Warwick, NY (WHS) – Are you looking to meet new friends, be part of a great team and have fun, while giving back to your community?
Gain a unique perspective on Warwick’s rich history as a volunteer at the Warwick Historical Society. WHS volunteers make new friends, gain a wealth of knowledge, attend special programs and provide essential support for the mission of the Warwick Historical Society.
The Society offers numerous and diverse opportunities that complement each individual’s interests and talents. Listed below are some of the currently available volunteer opportunities. If you have a special interest or skill that does not fall into one of the categories, please let us know and we will be sure to do our best to fit your needs.
- Archaeological Dig
- Clothing & Textiles
- Historic Tours
- Events & Marketing
WHS will be holding a volunteer training session for those interested in guiding tours on Sunday April 30 at 3pm. In addition, on Sunday May 7 at 3pm the Society will be holding a Volunteer Appreciation/Recruitment Day in Lewis Park on Main Street. If you are interested in volunteering in any way please come out for an afternoon of light refreshments and learn about some of the great opportunities that are available at WHS. Reservations are not required, but would be greatly appreciated. Please call 845-986-3236, ext 101 to RSVP.
Founded in 1906, the Warwick Historical Society’s mission has been to preserve and celebrate the vibrant history of the Town of Warwick and its people, and engage our communities through a variety of programs aimed at developing an understanding and appreciation of our unique historic heritage. The Society is a private non-profit organization that received no tax money and relies solely on individual contribution.
For more information, or to become a member of the Warwick Historical Society, please call 845.986.3236, ext 101 or visit www.warwickhistoricalsociety.org.
What Lies Beneath?
Warwick, NY (WHS): A 15×20 foot stone building? Buried 6 feet underground? A hidden chimney? Two hidden cisterns? A GPR-located buried mystery feature? Hundreds of artifacts? Could it be that the Warwick Historical Society’s SHINGLEDIG team has unearthed important, even unprecedented, new information about the colonial days of Shingle House? And if so, when will they share it with the public? These questions were answered on Sunday, March 26 at 2pm at “SHINGLEDIG: SEASON THREE”, featuring finds, photos and information from the 2016 digging season at Shingle House, along with the 2016 well-dig and summer camp at Baird’s Tavern. (See photo, below)
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