2021-2022 Officers

President: Stan Freeda
Vice-President: Paul Turner
Secretary: Joyce White
Treasurer: Sharon Turner
Museum Curator: Kyle Leach
Auditor: open

Contact Us: FarmingtonNHHistory at gmail.com


The Farmington Historical Society collects, preserves, and protects the stories, records, and artifacts relating to the Town of Farmington in order to discover, document, and record the history and evolution of our Town.  The Society believes that by showcasing our past, and providing opportunities to share and learn from those experiences, we can help develop community and belonging for our members and fellow citizens of the Town of Farmington.


Annual dues are $10.00
New members are always welcome.
Our monthly programs are free and open to the public!
Download a Membership Application.
ByLaws of the Farmington Historical Society, Inc. (2015)
Robert's Rules of Order Online

Membership Meetings
Our meetings are always open to the public! The Society has chosen not to meet in person for the pandemic, and conducts a lot of business online and over email. Check our calendar for specific meeting dates.

Our programs are always free and open to the public! The Society has chosen not to host any programs during the pandemic. Check the calendar any scheduled events or programs.

Ongoing Community Programs
The Society operates and manages the Museum of Farmington History at the Goodwin Library.
The Society annually awards a $500 scholarship to a graduating Farmington High School senior. The Society published the pictorial book Images of America - Farmington, available at the library for $16.99.  We also have a written History of Farmington NH, available at the library for $5.00.

Genealogy Records
The Historical Society does not maintain historical records of residents and families previously living in Farmington.  The Goodwin Library does have a few records from local cemeteries.  While we welcome questions of any kind, and will try to answer them as best we can, please contact the town offices and Goodwin Library first, if you are conducting genealogical searches.  They are more equipped to help you with your genealogy questions than we might be.