The Monroe Historical Society hosts a variety of events during the course of the year.
Below is a listing of our upcoming events.

Monroe Historical Society Presents: 

Monroe Historical Society’s 2018 Fall Fund Raiser

photo from a previous sale

Textile & Tag Sale
September 14 & 15, 9-3 and Sunday 16, 11-3
at the historic Eliot Beardsley Homestead 
31 Great Ring Road.

The Textile Sale held in the barn offers yards and yards of fabrics, sewing notions, patterns, finished linens and knitting and crafting supplies too.
Our Tag Sale which is held on the grounds and under the tents includes household and historic items, small furniture pieces, books, some vintage clothing, children’s toys and games and many more collectibles.
The Monroe Historical Society is a nonprofit organization.
Please come shop. Help us continue to preserve and present our community’s history

The Legend of Hannah Cranna and Other “Not So Spooky” Stories.

Monday, October 29th
Edith Wheeler Memorial Library
4:30 PM

In the late 1700’s Monroe had about 1,000 residents, perhaps none so infamous though, as Hannah Cranna. Come hear the legend of the “witch” of old Monroe, along with a collection of other Halloween stories. Costumes optional.
Stories are suitable for all ages. An Adult must accompany children.

No Fee
Registration information coming soon

Monroe Historical Society
Annual Meeting and Elections.

November 4, 2018
More information to follow.

Photo from a previous sale

Monroe Historical Society Christmas Fair  

Friday 11/23/2018, Saturday 11/24/2018 and
Friday 11/30/2018, Saturday 12/1/2018



The society (est. 1959) is a volunteer-driven 501c3 nonprofit. Donations are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. Printed receipts, listing items, are distributed to donors.