The Millerton Inn shares food and memories

The historic Millerton Inn will be the setting for the North East Historical Society’s first “Dine Out for History” night on Sunday, Jan 27. The building was built in the mid–1850s by school teacher, business owner, postmaster and eventually lawyer E.W. Simmons. It has undergone a number of incarnations including the above, when it was the home of A.F. Hoag, MD, in the early 20th century.  Photo Courtesy of the North East Historical Society

MILLERTON — Meals in Millerton will be especially satisfying during a five-time “Dine Out for History” event at some of Millerton’s favorite eateries, with 10 percent of the profits going to the North East Historical Society. 

The special evenings are part of the Society’s efforts to raise funds to expand its facilities, digitize its collection and increase its outreach, particularly to educators.   

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