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Historical Parker Village Tour This Weekend


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Map of the Parker Village Tour
Map of the Parker Village Tour

The Westford Historical Society will host a self-guided Parker Village tour on Sunday, 3 May  2015, from 1 to 4 pm. The tour will cover areas throughout Parker Village and the southern part of Westford. Featured stops will include the Parkerville School House and Aaronap Cellars, on Carlisle Road, and the Samuel Fitch House, on Powers Road. The tour ends at Kimball Farm where special prizes will be available for tour participants.

“Parker Village, also called Parkerville, was a Colonial farming neighborhood in Westford,” said Museum Director Penny Lacroix. “In 2002 the Parker Village Historic District was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. We are excited to offer this tour showcasing the unique old houses and features of the area”

This year is the second in a series of village-centric themes for the Westford Historical Society and Museum. A temporary Parkerville exhibit is also on exhibit in the Museum. Next year’s theme will be Graniteville.

The tour is free to all and no reservation is needed. A guide of historic and architectural information will be available prior to the event at the museum, 2 Boston Road, and on their website. See www.westford.com/museum to download a copy.


For more information about this topic, please contact Penny Lacroix by calling 978-692-5550, or e-mail Penny at museumdirector@westford.com.​

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