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Upcoming Programs

A number of programs are in the works for the Fall.  Details to follow.

Save the Date!   Sunday, October 18, 2015 at 3:00 pm.  In collaboration with Massachusetts Archaeology Month, Kim Zunino will again be leading her popular Cemetery Tour.  Rain date, October 25.  More information to follow.


1:00 pm       Election of Officers.  Members please arrive promptly by 1:00 to assure we have a quorum.

                     The election will be followed by the presentation of the Samuel Hunt Award, given to the

                     volunteer(s) who live up to the Mission of the Society.

2:00 pm      Presentation by Mr. William Pavao on the history of the Ella Flemings School.

This talk is free and open to the public

Want to learn more?

Society members are available every 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, from 1 - 5 pm, at the Tewksbury Library History Room, 300 Chandler St.,  Tewksbury, Massachusetts.

or  email us here

Tewksbury Historical Society

Tewksbury, Massachusetts
Founded 1993

For more than two decades we have worked to preserve, document and educate the community about our local history.  We would welcome your participation.

About Us

A lot of Tewksbury, Chelmsford, and Dracut history now belongs to Lowell.  The Lowell Parks and Conservation Trust is preserving Tewksbury history because they can, with help from those towns! 

Read more here....

Parchment Document about Tewksbury Revolutionary War Veterans Is Being Preserved in Lowell


Meeting Location: The "Green Room" in the Morris Building (The old administration building where the Public Health Museum is located.) on the grounds of Tewksbury Hospital.  People entering the East Street entrance should go to the first parking lot on the right and park.  The parking lot is next to the Chapel and next to that is the Morris Building.  The "Green Room" is at the rear of the building.  Follow the temporary signs to get to the Green Room.

Click here to read the full press release

Our featured speaker is Bill Pavao, who is just finishing up a book on the Ella Fleming School.  He will speak with emphasis on the relationship between the Lowell Teachers College (UMass Lowell) and the Ella Fleming School that is located on Andover Street in front and to the right of the Dewing School.  

22nd Annual Meeting and Election of Officers

Saturday, June 27, 2015

1 - 4:00 pm 

​This presentation is free and open to the public

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