email: info@rhhistory.org​

​Rocky Hill Historical Society

Academy Hall Museum 785 Old Main Street Rocky Hill, CT 06067​        

History of a River Town and its People

snail mail: P.O. Box 185

​​​phone: (860) 563-6704

Nonprofit 501 (C) (3)

Sec. 3. Program committee.  The Program Committee is charged with the arrangement and presentation of education programs.

Article V - Annual Meeting
The Society shall conduct an Annual Meeting during the month of May.


Article II - Meetings and Quorum

Sec 1. General Membership Meetings shall be held quarterly, with the Annual Meeting being held in May.


Sec 2. Special Meetings may be called by the President or at the request of three (3) members of the Executive Committee.


Sec 3. A quorum of 10% of all active members in good standing (i.e. membership dues paid) is required to transact Society business at any General Membership or Special Meeting.


Sec. 4. Notice of ten (10) days, including time and location, must occur for all General Membership Meetings, Special Meetings and Executive Committee meetings.


Sec. 5. A quorum of five (5) members is required for an Executive Committee meeting.


Sec. 6. Standing Committee meetings may be called at the discretion of the individual committee's Chairperson.

Sec. 7. A simple majority of members is required as a quorum for a Standing Committee meeting. 

Sec. 8. Society meetings shall be governed by the latest version of Robert's Rules of Order, except in those instances where the Constitution or these By-Laws prevail.

Participate in one of our events or join a committee and make your own 

RHHS members have been producing programs since 1962, with 239 programs presented over 54 years. That’s historic right? Each year we also participate in a number of annual community events. Check out the calendar.

In 2016, we continue with the purpose of providing a place, Academy Hall Museum, where people who are interested in the history of the Town of Rocky Hill, may attain a better understanding and appreciation of our local, State, Nation and American heritage.

The Society’s function is to discover and collect materials of historical significance. Since this collection function drives our programming, the first quarter of 2016 will be focused on organizing and cataloguing our vast quantity of artifacts. The rest of our calendar is filled with exciting historical events. Don't miss them.

 So do you want to make history? Come on down to Academy Hall on Tuesdays from 10:00-12:00 or Saturdays from 12:30-3:00 to volunteer. We’ll be there. Become a member if you are not already and look for the next Newsletter with specific dates of programs and events for the year.

Dr Burr's hat

Who is Dr Burr you might ask? Come down to Academy Hall and find out.