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Word count: 850 words, Reading time: 3.4 minutes"Warner Historical Society Talk to us! Home Programs & Resources Black History Walking Tour Boston Post Cane Burnap District - Mink Hills Cemetery Information Davisville Genealogy Research Photo Tour of Warner Tory Hill Authors Series WHS Collections About Business & Foundation Support Contact History of the WHS WHS Board WHS Buildings > Main Street House Lower Warner Meeting House Upton Chandler House Museum Shop & Support Online Store Barn Sale Donate Items Donate Funds Membership Volunteer WHS Wish List Winter 2024 Newsletter Welcome! The mission of the Warner Historical Society is to bring together people interested in the history of Warner, NH, to identify and preserve landmarks, documents, artifacts and other items of historical significance to the town, to keep alive our heritage by recording the history and incidents of the past and present, and to support education about the history of Warner. Become A Member The Warner’s 250th Birthday committee will host a spaghetti dinner and a “Snow Train Era” program fundraiser on February 24th beginning at 5 pm at the Warner Town Hall. We thank Reed’s North for co-sponsoring this event. Doors will open at 4:30. The program will begin between 6:30-6:45 pm. There will be a 50/50 raffle and announcements of upcoming 250th events, and Rebecca Courser will be hosting the snow train program. Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for children under twelve. 250th lawn signs ($15) and magnets ($3) will be available for sale. For questions, call Rebecca at 603-456-3997.Join us at Reed's North on Wednesday, February 18th, from 5 to 8 pm for a Historical Warner-in-Winter-themed evening. A portion of the proceeds from that evening's sales will benefit the Warner Historical Society. We'll also have tickets to our annual MadgeTech, Inc. sponsored raffle on hand for purchase. Tickets are $1 each or six for $5. The top raffle prize is $500 and will be drawn on April 4th. We'll see you there!Warner 250th Anniversary Celebration QuiltsThe town of Warner is celebrating its 250th anniversary in 2024. The Warner Historical Society’s summer exhibit will reflect events in Warner’s history. We are inviting quilters of all ages to participate by creating a quilted wall hanging depicting quilt patterns or scenes of Warner’s history. Ideas might include showcasing a business, a covered bridge, a home, or a farm. Or perhaps a natural feature such as Mt. Kearsarge, the Minks, Tory Hill Rock, or the Warner River. Events like the snow train era, Fall Foliage Festival, Warner’s agricultural fair, or the Festival of Trees. The historical society has hundreds of photographs if you need inspiration (firstname.lastname@example.org). Funds raised will be used for the 250th birthday events.Start planning your piece now! Quilted pieces need to be submitted for hanging by April 1, 2024. Let the Warner Historical Society (email@example.com, 603-456-2437) know your ideas beforehand so we can plan where the hanging will fit in the exhibit. Please fill out the attached form with your contact information and subject material. Let us know if you are willing to allow your piece to participate in the silent auction fundraiser, which ends October 13, 2024. Visit the Up-ton Chandler House Museum, 5 East Main Street, as many times as you want and participate in the silent auction. You do not need to be a resident of Warner to participate in this event!Requirements:Quilt or Wall Hanging: Three layers quilted as in a traditional quilt or two layers and tied as in a traditional comforter. The back can be one fabric or many, but the back must present a finished surface. A label needs to be attached to the back with the title, date, name of the maker, and any other.comments by the maker concerning the work.Fabrics: Your choice of color, prints, solids, etc.Techniques: Traditional methods of sewing fabric together by hand or machine, patchwork piecing, applique, raw edge applique, etc.Embellishments: Beads, embroidery, etc., as long as they do not present a hanging problem.Edge Finish: Traditionally applied bindings or other techniques to secure a finished edge.Hanging: Traditional 3” fabric sleeve, rod pocket, attached to the back by the maker.Size: Not to exceed 48” in any dimension.Shape: Square or rectangle preferred so the quilt won’t present a hanging problem.We reserve the right to not accept an entry that doesn’t meet the theme or presents a problem with regards to hanging. This is not a contest and will not be juried or judged.To participate: Click below to download the application. Fill it out and return it to the Warner Historical Society at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail the completed application to the Warner Historical Society, PO Box 189, Warner, NH 03278 quilt_application_june__1_.pdfFile Size: 210 kbFile Type: pdfDownload FileCall us at 603-456-2437 or e-mail email@example.comBarn Sale Hours:May-October, Tuesdays 1pm-4pm & Saturdays 9am to noonWatch for announcements about Barn Sale Pop-Ups in the off-season! 15 W. Main Street Office Hours:Tuesdays, 1pm to 4pm or by appointmentUpton Chandler House Museum (10 W. Main St) Hours:Early summer to October, Tuesdays 1pm-4pm & Saturdays 10am-1pm.Appointments Available Throughout the Week - Call Kris at 603-456-2437Warner Historical SocietyPO Box 189, 15 West Main StreetWarner NH 03278Member of MUSEWarner Historical Society - NH Telephone Museum - Mt. 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