As part of the Town's 300th Anniversary Celebration, the "Friends of Whitehall" organization and the Hopkinton Historical Society hosted "The History of Woodville and Lake Whitehall" exhibit. "Topics covered included the taking over of Lake Whitehall as a back-up reservoir, the many industries that made Woodville a successful village economy, the history of prominent Woodville families, especially the Wood family who first settled in this area in the early 1700s and whose last descendant left Woodville just a few years ago, the Reservoir House, the Mineral Springs, and many other topics." Displays included photos and description of various houses from the 1800's, descriptions of industry in Woodville and various maps of the area throughout time.
"It is a exhibition with posters, photographs, displays, and artifacts. There was also a small display about Friends of Whitehall, including the plaque that was just awarded from the state DCR.
Watch the video below to get a glimpse of the display and hear from Gail Clifford and Steve Warren from Friends of Lake Whitehall.