WOODSTOCK – The Woodstock Historical Society held its annual History Day on Aug. 6. Eleanor Koskela, Alma and Florence Merrill and Vicki and Paul Billings put up tables for the craft fair in the parking lot.

Inside Curator Larry Billings set up a large print of the Sistine Madonna and a sculpture of the praying hands along with an afghan his mother, President Mary Billings, made as the main exhibits. Jewelry and postcards were added attractions. He also supplied a dozen pink roses.

The drawing for the loon wall hanging by Joyce Howe was won by Bettina Roberts. About 30 people signed the guest book.

The museum will be open from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturdays until the end of August.

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