Education is a central part of the Lebanon Historical Society mission and program.
Each year, LHS offers an expanding variety of different programs for school and home-school groups. Staff and volunteers also plan and conduct special programs for children when school is not in session during vacation weeks, over the summer, or after school. These programs explore aspects of local history and provide an opportunity for children to get their hands into the past through crafts and activities. All the school and vacation programs are readily adapted for use with Scout, 4-H or other extra-curricular groups.
The Historical Society also offers hands-on learning experiences for adults. These range from craft workshops to sessions on caring for family heirlooms to how-to programs on genealogical research. The annual program schedule includes lectures, dramatic presentations, round-table discussions, and chats with interesting folks from the community.
For further information, please select one of the links below or contact the Museum at 860-642-6579 or
Programs for schools and youth groups
Vacation week, summer, and after-school programs
Programs for adults
Suggested Revolutionary War Websites for Kids
Fun Historical Activities for Families