Tuesday, March 28 at 6:00 pm -- Beginning as an agricultural community, Weymouth evolved into a bustling shipping port and a manufacturing town with numerous shoe factories and an iron works. Later, it became a seaside vacation community, a postwar suburb, and finally a modern town with public transportation, a respected hospital, and a great school system.
The authors: Debbie Sargent Sullivan is president of the Weymouth Historical Society. Erica Jill Dumont is executive director of the Wellesley Historical Society. They have gathered images from the Weymouth Historical Society, as well as private collections. Come hear the authors discuss their new book - a pictorial history of the Town of Weymouth.