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Centers for Culture and History in Orleans

Centers for Culture and History in Orleans
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About Us

The VISION of the CHO is to bring history and culture to life, thus inspiring a shared sense of community and pride in the rich heritage of Orleans. Founded in 1958 as the Orleans Historical Society, it consists of "The Meetinghouse" and "The Hurd Chapel" located at 3 River Road serving as a gathering place for learning, activities and interesting programs and also can be rented for special occasions. The Gold Medal CG 36500 Motor Lifeboat active-duty service has come and gone now, but it and its incredible story live on (located at Rock Harbor in season). For more than 40 years, the Orleans Historical Society/CHO has had the honor of restoring, operating and preserving this treasure listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Now the CHO has the duty to see it better protected and preserved to inspire many generations to come.
For Membership and Newsletter information contact us at: chocenters.org

Highlights

  • Non-Profit Organization
  • Museum
  • Event Venue
  • Educational Opportunities
  • Activities & Attractions

Events

Peter Hunt: Inventing a Life...From Provincetown to Orleans
Peter Hunt: Inventing a Life...From Provincetown to Orleans
  • Discover the work of Cape Cod folk artist Peter Hunt at our exhibition's grand opening on Sunday, June 30, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the CHO Meetinghouse.
  • Sunday Jun 30, 2024

Rep/Contact Info

Judy Hiestand

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