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Narragansett Historical Society Open General Membership Meeting
All are welcome to the Open General Membership Meeting of the Narragansett Historical Society (NHS). Special Guest Speaker, Joseph Waller, will present "Narragansett and the Narragansett: The Archaeology of Salt Pond." Mr. Wallter will report on the recent archaeological discoveries at a 1100AD-1300AD Narragansett Indian village located at the head of Point Judith Pond. He will discuss the historical and archaeological significance of the findings, as well as the importance of the site to the Narragansett.
Please join us to hear what plans the NHS has for 2013 and how it is trying to preserve and promote Narragansett's rich history.
Light refreshments will be served. Information on membership and volunteer opportunities will be available.
More About The Towers
The Towers, a landmark of the Narragansett waterfront, is all that remains of the Narragansett Pier Casino, which was constructed from 1883 to 1886. A fire at the turn of the century destroyed the casino, but the Towers survived. In the 1950s, the property was turned over to the state and deeded to the town. Today, the Towers are open for public events and private functions, typically during the summer months. For booking information and an events schedule, visit the Towers' Web site.
Other events here
- Social Dance Classes at The Towers Weekly on Wednesdays, 6:00 pm–9:00 pm