Lyme and Camp Pinnacle – Recollections with Stuart Wallace

Lyme and Camp Pinnacle – Recollections with Stuart Wallace

Please join us for dinner and a talk with Stuart Wallace at Loch Lyme Lodge on Thursday August 30th. Dinner starts as early as 5:30pm. Stuart’s talk will start shortly after dinner in the barn, we estimate around 7:30pm.

Please email Loch Lyme Lodge or call 603-795-2141 to reserve a spot for dinner. We will be serving from our standard evening menu, and specials with a New Orleans theme. BYOB.

Stuart Wallace is Professor of History at the NHTI—Concord’s Community College. He is the former Director of the New Hampshire Historical Society, former Director of the New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources, and former Director of the Christa McAuliffe Planetarium.  He is currently completing a one volume history of New Hampshire.  He also spent 16 summers between 1954 and 1975 as a camper and counselor at Camp Pinnacle.  He lives in Concord with his wife Ruth Weeden Wallace whose grandparents once owned the Lyme Hardware Store.