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Proceeds help Southwick Historical Society, Inc.


Sunday January 24, 2020--2 P.M.

Program: "Southwick 250--Plymouth 400

In the Footsteps of the Pilgrims"

Presented by Patricia Odiorne

Location: Southwick Town Hall Auditorium



Thursday March 25, 2020--7 P.M.

Program: "Paddy on the Railroad"

Presented by Dennis Picard

Location: Southwick Town Hall Auditorium



Thursday April 29, 2021

Catered Dinner 6:30 P.M.

Program: Ne'er Do Wells (Musical Group)

Presented by Stan Svec and Friends

Location: Southwick Congregational Church

488 College Highway, Southwick

Reservations required--$17 per person

Checks to Southwick Historical Society,

P.O. Box 323, Southwick

Call Ruth at 569-2012 with questions.



Thursday May 27, 2021

Annual Meeting (Dues can be paid at this meeting)

Program: "Citizens Restoring Congamond"

Presented by its President Michelle Pratt

Location: Christ Church United Methodist Church Hall

222 College Highway, Southwick

Sunday October 18, 2020   2:00 P.M.

Program: “Sarah the Fiddler”

Location: Whalley Park Pavilion, Powder Mill Rd. Southwick

All Covid-19 restrictions observed

Supported in part by the Southwick Cultural Council, a local agency supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.


The Society accepts any gift of historical articles. All donations are tax deductible.


Call 413-569-0436 for more information.





86-88 College Hwy, Southwick, MA 01077


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Help Tell Southwick’s Story

We are asking our residents to make their family's story a part of Southwick's story. Did you grow up near the lake? You might have a photo. Did you work harvesting tobacco? You may have a story. Photos of Historical events like the Flood that drain Congamond's North Pond. How about the Rec Center, School Events, Fireman's Carnival, Parades, The Farms, Golf Courses, Businesses, Camping, Smith's Beach, Powder Mill, or Downtown? If you would like to help us, please contact us at The Southwick Historical Society, Inc!