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     The Hartford Historical Society is a non-profit, educational institution founded in 1987 by fourteen dedicated residents of the Town of Hartford, Vermont.

The Society’s Goals are to foster interest in local history, to serve the public as well as its members, and to encourage the preservation of the material culture of the Town of Hartford.

     The society offers four educational programs a year, in September, November, April and June. These programs are open to the public and are free of charge. In addition, the society operates the Garipay House, at 1461 Maple Street in Hartford Village. The Garipay House was bequeathed to the Hartford Historical Society in 1994 by the late Loretta Michota Garipay. An Open House is held on the second Sunday of each month (May to September) from 1:30 to 4 PM, and the first Tuesday of each month (May to October) from 6 to 8 PM. The public is welcome to enjoy our displays of items pertaining to the history of Hartford.


Our own Martha Knapp has prepared presentations for children of all ages and can either come to your school or the schoolchildren can come and visit the Garipay House and learn about our rich local history. Public schools, private schools and home schoolers are all invited to contact Martha at (802) 296-3132.

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