The Westwood Historical Society has many great programs for the coming year. The dates and speakers are noted below, but be sure to watch this website/page, our Facebook page and the local papers for more about each program.
Note that two of this fall’s programs were presented by two long-time Westwood residents: John Pritchard and Jerry Cronin. Skip Wells, another Westwood resident, will be speaking in the spring!
All programs are held at the Fisher School, 830 High Street, Westwood, MA.
February 2020 Program: Norfolk County Register of Deeds, William P. O’Donnell
Thursday, February 6, 7:30 p.m.
Norfolk County Register of Deeds, William P. O’Donnell will speak about the historical nature of the Norfolk County Registry and the efforts made to modernize and computerize the vast number of real estate records. After his talk, he and his staff will be available for questions — and you may use on-site work stations to check the status of a mortgage discharge, print a copy of your deed and see how the Registry’s Database works. (This program is jointly sponsored by the Westwood Historical Commission and the Westwood Historical Society.)
Click here for a copy of the flyer, providing more information.
March 2020 Program: Repeating Historical Trends in the Stock Market
Tuesday, March 10, 7:30 pm
Skip Wells, a Wall Street analyst and Hedge Fund manager, will share his extensive knowledge about trends in the Stock Market.
April 2020 Program: Photo Detective
Tuesday, April 14, 7:30 pm
Maureen Taylor is an international speaker on how photos and photography intersect and inform genealogy and history.
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as Each Event Gets Closer