How can you help the Haddam Historical Society? The Haddam Historical Society relies on volunteers for many tasks, from cataloging collections to weeding the garden.
We currently have an active and vital group of volunteers who help out in various ways including making kites with fifth graders, writing articles for the newsletter and guarding doors at the Connecticut Spring Antiques Show. However, the Society could always use more help!
We have a number of volunteer opportunities that range from short-term commitments to regularly scheduled hours. We also offer community service hours to middle school and high school students. If one of the activities below interests you, please use the form at bottom to contact us. You may also have a talent that you would like to share with us—give us a call!
|Volunteer for our Connecticut Spring Antiques Show, a highly regarded show in the Antiques World. It is one of the Society’s major fundraisers, and we need many volunteers to make this prestigious event a success.
|The Thankful Arnold House:
|Lend your time to maintaining the house with other antique home aficionados.
|Work with the public and share the interpretation of the Thankful Arnold House with its visitors.
|Gardens and Grounds:
|Help tend the herb garden, where extra hands are always needed.
|Bring Haddam’s history to area school children by helping with the Society's ambitious education programs.
|Share your passion for event and party planning.
|Join our fundraising efforts, where there is always a need for enthusiasm and expertise.
|Help spread the word on the Society's many activities.
|Assist with cataloguing and preserving the Society’s archives and artifacts.
|Assist with mailing, filing and other office tasks.
|Bring your experience and enthusiasm to one of the Society’s projects such as building a Court House replica float or sponsoring a Civil War encampment.
|Offer your ideas, skills, or interests to help our Society achieve its goals.