Topsham: Yesterday and Tomorrow
November 1 – November 30
Yesterday – in the Highlands Community Room
This month our exhibit reflects on Topsham’s past with a photo history of the Rackley family. Stephen Rackley moved to Topsham in 1832 and was the first of four generations of dairy farmers. The original farm house still stands along US 201. The lives and times in which they lived will broaden the appreciation of what makes Topsham the town it now is. In conjunction, the Topsham Historical Society will feature the Rackleys in their November program.
Topsham Historical Society
Four Generations of Topsham Farmers
Tuesday, November 14, 6:30pm
Tomorrow – in The Crooker Gallery
In the Gallery, we are sharing the ideas expressed for the Town of Topsham Comprehensive Plan at the recent Find/Meet/Plan Your Topsham event in the lower village from October 19 – October 23. Come and see what Topsham could look like a decade from now. To find out more or to add your two cents worth come to the public meeting at the library.
Topsham Comprehensive Plan Meeting
Find/Meet/Plan Your Topsham Public Meeting
Monday, November 13, 6:30pm – 9pm