On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Truro Historical Society, I want to thank the voters of Truro for unanimously approving Community Preservation Act funding for the next phase of the renovation of the Highland House Museum. It is heart warming to know that the people of Truro understand the importance of preserving the Highland House as Truro’s Museum.
The Truro Historical Society, which manages the Highland House Museum and the Cobb Archive, works year round to honor and preserve the history of Truro and the Outer Cape. We are a non-profit organization (separate from the Truro Historical Commission, which is a part of Truro town government) and depend on the generosity of our members, donors and business sponsors to carry out our mission.
May is Truro Historical Society Membership Month and we hope that you will take this opportunity to join our organization. Membership includes unlimited visits to the Highland House Museum, private tours conducted by Truro Historical Society Board members and the opportunity to host your own event at the Museum. Most importantly, your tax-deductible membership helps us to continue to create exhibitions, lectures, and events that celebrate our rich and continually changing history! (Please visit our website to learn more: www.trurohistoricalsociety,org)
Please join us by becoming a member; there is no better way to show your love of Truro and the Outer Cape!
Truro Historical Society