The Historical Society has been invited to Matt School House for a Community Needs Assessment concerning the future use of the historic school house.
The meeting will be conducted on Tuesday, October 1 at 5:30 pm and Thursday, October 3 at 5:30 pm. We will forgo our regular monthly meeting so that our members can attend these meeting and give your input into how the school can best benefit the Matt Community. This gives you the opportunity to choose which night is most convenient for you.
The school is located at 5710 Namon Wallace Road
Nov. 5 – 7:00 pm
The Sherrill House
The Sherrill House Native American and Pioneer Heritage Center located on Old Federal Rd will house Native American and Pioneer artifacts and relics as well as providing demonstrations of varying arts and skills that helped both groups survive during trying times.
Genealogical research will be available also.
We are raising the funds to complete the restoration so that it may be open to the public as soon as possible for everyone to enjoy.
Please visit our GO FUND ME page and support this effort to preserve our native American and pioneer history
Online Bookstore is Here!
We are proud to announce that the online bookstore of the Historical Society of Cumming/Forsyth County is open.
Every book and publication that is available for sale at the Society’s Headquarters is now be available for purchase online.
Payment can be paid through PayPal or with any other major credit card.
The Historical Society of Cumming/Forsyth County, Inc. is a non-profit organization founded to educate the public, to encourage historic research, to protect historic buildings and sites, and to preserve the cultural heritage of Forsyth County.
Join Us and Bring History to Life!
If you are interested in the history of Forsyth County, Georgia and her county seat, the City of Cumming, please join the Historical Society of Cumming/Forsyth County.
More information about joining the Historical Society is on the New Membership Page.