Hopkinton Historical Society

Our organization

The Hopkinton Historical Society is a non-profit organization that was established in 1951 to celebrate the history of the Town of Hopkinton, Massachusetts, protect the Town's historical artifacts, explain early New England life, and educate the public about the rich history of this small and ever-changing town.  We sponsor several educational, social, and fundraising events throughout the year, and the Society maintains an active archive of documents that are critical to preserving the Town's history for future generations. 

Whether you are a current resident of Hopkinton, a descendant from past generations, or simply an interested history buff, we invite you to become a member of the Hopkinton Historical Society, tour our historical archives and museum, make geneaological inquiries, and share stories and information about Hopkinton past.  For information about joining the Society, click on the "membership" web page.


 


Operating Year: May 2017 - April 2018


Board of Directors
President: Anne Mattina
Vice President: Len Holden
Curator: Vacant
Secretary: Tina Berlad
Treasurer: Mary Arnaut
Board Member - 1: Ray Gendreau
Board Member - 2: John Palmer
Board Member - 3: Ann Click
Board Member - 4: Vacant
Board Member - 5: Jean Bertschmann
Board Member - 6: Nanette Kenrick