Historic Wallingford hosted a public meeting on October 12 to discuss the development of a National Register of Historic Places nomination and the use of historical census data for a residential historic district in north Wallingford.
Learn more and view a recording of the meeting here.
Historic Wallingford is hosting a public meeting to discuss the development of a National Register of Historic Places nomination and the use of historical census data for a residential historic district in north Wallingford.
Date: Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021
Time: 7 PM
Where: Virtual, via Zoom
FREE, registration required
The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the National Register process and what designation means for property owners, and to present early findings of historical census research. An in-depth analysis of census data will be used to reveal a richer story of the ethnic roots and occupations of early Wallingford residents. A second public meeting to unveil the nomination is planned for later this year.
Historic Wallingford is celebrating our “reopening” from the pandemic with a neighborhood treasure hunt. This fun, self-guided activity is a chance to get outside and explore Wallingford’s historical architecture and flourishes of art with friends and family.
So go for a walk along N 45th!
The treasure hunt leads you through the business district along N 45th, and sometimes just to the north or south, to solve clues and discover things about the history of Wallingford. Click here to learn where to get your map!
This activity is ongoing through September 15, 2021.
Here is a a wonderful video overview of Wallingford that was made in the 1980s by the then-board of the Wallingford Community Council (WCC) – Mary Turner, Reg Hearn, and Vince Lyons.
In the 2000s, it was edited converted to DVD format by Karen Buschow and Tom Veith. In 2018, the WCC gave permission to Historic Wallingford to share the video.