MONDAY, AUGUST 18 - 6:00PM
at the ALBANY TOWN HOUSE
Yard Sale Donations Needed
The Albany Improvement Association is accepting donations for its Fall Yard Sale, proceeds
of which will help fund the installation of a water and septic system at the Albany Town Hall. Housewares, home furnishings, clothing, jewelry, small appliances, sports equipment
and tools are among the items needed.
Please call 824-2568 for further information.
Book the Albany Town House for your meetings, functions, family gatherings, bridal or baby showers, etc. Contact Bob O'Brien at firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to help us with the 2014 GOALS, send us your tax deductable donation. Click here for details.
Albany Town House
Albany Township Town House Restoration Project
Keeping a small piece of history alive!
We have found a little history about Albany township. The earliest date found regarding Albany Township dates back to December 29, 1788 when twenty-four men signed an instrument binding them to the purchase of a tract of land lying between Sudbury, Canada and Waterford.
After completing a survey, Samuel Titcomb classified the area as "Township Number Five" on February 18, 1791.
These men settled into the area and became leading men in the community.
To learn more about Albany Township, Maine, look under HISTORY above.
The Town House
At the bottom of the winding Hunts Corner hill is the Albany Town House established September 11, 1848.
We are always seeking more information pertaining to this Albany Town House. What it was used for, and any other information. Please contact us if you have an information. Thank you!