The Essex Community Historical Society
PO Box 8388 Essex, Vermont 05451
The Essex Community Historical Society was established in 1991 to preserve the history of the Town of Essex, including the Village of Essex Junction, and to be an educational and research resource for the community. The Society Headquarters are located in the Harriet Farnsworth Powell Historical Museum at 3 Browns River Rd.. From the intersection of VT 15 and VT 128 in Essex Center, drive East on Browns River., the Museum is on the right.
The Essex Memorial Hall is located at #5 Towers Road. From the intersection of VT 15 and VT 128 in Essex Center, drive North on Towers Rd., the Memorial Hall is on the right. Many of the Essex Community Historical Society's "Tales & Treasures of Essex History" Programs are held at this facility.
Essex Community Historical Society
Board of Directors
2015 - 2016 (2 yr terms)
The Board meets on the third Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm, Jan. thru Nov.
President: Eva Clough
Vice-President: Thad Wolosinski
Secretary: Jan Kilmer
Treasurer: Ann Gray
Director: Alan Luzzatto
Director: Denise Groll
Director: Barbara Chapin
Webmaster: Chuck Willard
Ron Clapp was a long time Essex resident, educator, local historian and beloved member of the community.
He was a founding and life member of the Essex Community Historical Society and worked very hard to preserve the history of the Town of Essex through museum collections and recorded oral histories. He served on the historical society board and served three terms as the president. Ron was a vibrant member of the board and he was the glue that held the society together during our early years.
Essex Community Historical Society Sponsors for 2016
- Major Sponsor -
- Series Sponsors -
Fort Ethan Allen Industrial Park
Full Circle Gardens of Essex
- Program Sponsors -
Sweet Clover Market
- In Kind Donors -
Sam's Scoop Shop
West Meadow Farm Bakery
The webpage was updated on Oct. 05, 2016.