The Waterford Inne will host the Waterford Historical Society on June 8.

WATERFORD — The Waterford Historical Society will host its annual meeting and the first program offering of the season on Thursday, June 8 at the Waterford Inne, 258 Chadbourne Hills Rd., Waterford.

The evening will begin with a meet-and-greet reception at 6 p.m. The annual meeting will follow at 6:30, along with a program about the Chadbourne family and home presented by WHS trustee Nancy Marcotte. Members of the Vanderblue family, current owners of the Inne, will also contribute to the presentation. The historic Waterford Inne is a 19th century farmhouse that was the home of the Chadbourne family for generations. The Inne is now owned and operated by the Vanderblue family. Besides looking after the 17 acre property, they offer their overnight guests organic farm-to-table dining and local beverages. Attendees at the annual meeting will have an opportunity to learn more about the current Inne and its offerings.

This event marks the first of a series of programs organized by the Waterford Historical Society and offered monthly through November, usually on every second Thursday. The events are free, and the public is enthusiastically invited to attend. A complete schedule of events and further information about the WHS are available at, or on the Waterford Maine Historical Society page on Facebook.

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