To Preserve and Share Farmington’s
The Farmington City Council has established the Farmington Historical Society and Museum as its Historical Preservation Commission. The Society’s mission is to provide the Council advice and guidance on historic and preservation issues, and to acquire and preserve historic memorabilia regarding the City of Farmington, its environs and its citizens.
The Masons, The City of Farmington, The Bank of Farmington and the Museum Board have jointly enabled us to lease our new Museum site at 144 East Fort Street, for use as a Farmington museum.
Students: $ 5
Lifetime Membership: $100 or more
Annual memberships begin the month donated for twelve months. An annual membership entitles you to a quarterly newsletter, a 10% discount on all publications or merchandise the society may sell from time to time, and the enduring thanks of your fellow Farmingtonians for your help in preserving our history.
Corporations encourage their employees, retirees, and directors to join them in the financial support of charitable and cultural institutions. Matching gifts multiply the value of your contribution and are potentially important sources of funding for the Museum.
The Farmington Historical Society has received IRS approval as a 501 (c) (3) organization and can now accept matching gifts. Additionally you may take your donations to the Museum as a charitable contribution on your income taxes.
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The Farmington Museum is Now open at our new location, 144 East Fort Street!!
Admission is Free
(But Donations are Gratefully Accepted)
To schedule your visit or arrange a group visit, please call Rosalie Williams: 245-2258 or 224-2258 (cell)
Norma Seaman at 245-9037
. Or E-Mail The Farmington Museum
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Please contact either of the following members if you would like to donate Farmington memorabilia for the museum:
Dave Giagnoni Dave's E-mail
Bill Wilson Bill's E-mail
All donations at the following levels will include an annual family membership, discounts and newsletters. Donors at the Benefactor or Sponsor levels will have their names engraved on a plaque in the museum unless they elect to remain anonymous.
Sustaining Donor $125 and above
Contributing Donor $250 and above
Benefactor $500 and above
Sponsor $1,000 and above
Bequests are a
simple, straightforward means to create a legacy that will allow The
Farmington Museum to continue as a center of Farmington heritage and
tradition. You may wish to share the following suggested wording
with your attorney: