HAMPTON FALLS — In September 1938, a massive hurricane roared through Long Island and New England causing over $400 million in property damage. New Hampshire alone suffered $12 million in damage, excluding timber losses which were incalculable.
On Thurs., September 12 at 6:30 p.m., the Hampton Falls Free Library will host Michael Maler, from Historic New England, who will explain what made this storm unique. In this illustrated lecture, learn about the impact and aftermath of the Hurricane of 1938. All are welcome!
Hampton Falls Free Library is located at 7 Drinkwater Road. For more information, call 603-926-3682.