About Canterbury Historical Society
The Canterbury Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Membership is open to everyone interested in the organization’s objectives and willing to uphold its policies and subscribe to its bylaws, without regard to race, color, creed, sex, sexual preference or orientation, disability, or national origin.
Membership dues are:
Annual: $10 per person (payable each January)
Lifetime: $100 per person
Please consider becoming a member.
You don’t have to be a member to attend our monthly meetings, which are free and open to the public, and—following a brief business session—feature a history-themed program. If you are not a society member, you’re very welcome and we hope you’ll check us out. Bring a friend along.
The society does not have a street address, museum, or phone number. But you can reach us using the Contact page on this website.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors has nine members, who serve for one calendar year beginning in January. The 2021 board members are:
Linda Orlomoski, President
John Baldwin, Vice President
William Kivic, Treasurer
Amy Orlomoski, Past President/Recording Secretary
Judy Moffitt, Corresponding Secretary
Joann Brustolon, Curator
Alton Orlomoski, Member-at-Large
Emily Logee, Member-at-Large
Of course, in 2020 COVID put a temporary end to our regular monthly meetings, but we plan to resume our normal monthly meeting schedule in September 2021.
We invite you to join our email list for meeting and special event notices by sending a request using the email form on the Contact page on this website. We don’t share your contact information, and you can opt out at any time.
Click for a list of upcoming meetings and events, here for the current Bylaws, and here for our Collection Policy.
Please note the Canterbury Historical Society does not offer genealogical research services, but the nearby Killingly Historical Society, in Killingly, Connecticut, does. See http://www.killinglyhistorical.org/.
Canterbury Old Home Day 2023 Still Seeking Participants
It won’t be long before Canterbury’s Old Home Day will be returning to the Town Green (aka the front lawn of the First Congregational Church) on Saturday, September 30th from 10 am to 3 pm and there are still openings for those who would like to participate as a...