Historical Commission

The Historical Commission appointed by the Selectmen is a three to seven member board that works to promote, preserve and develop the town’s historical assets for present and future use.  In addition, the Commission oversees the operations of our Historic Town Hall.

Mission StatementIn accordance with the Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, Section 8D, for the Preservation, Protection and Development of the historical and archeological resources of the Town of Boylston, the mission of the Historical Commission is to:

  • Identify historical as well as archeological sites
  • Encourage the protection and preservation of town artifacts that comprise the rich tapestry of our town’s past
  • Encourage historic activities & historic events, including but not limited to: tours, interactive programs, presentations and educational activities.
  • Educate the community on historic preservation through working collaboratively with other Town boards, Historical organizations, and the community, at large.
  • Advertise, prepare, print and distribute books, maps, charts, plans and pamphlets deemed necessary for the purpose of protecting and preserving historic places,
In addition, the Historical Commission at the request of Town of Boylston oversees the operations and management of our ‘Historic Town Hall. 


Name Term Title
Nancy Filgate



Bruce Filgate



David Bottom


Judith Bottom


Patricia Bartram


Judith Haynes




Historical Commission Calendar

Frequently Asked Questions

Contact Info
Hours of Operation:
Meetings are on the Third Thursday of each month at 6 p.m in the Fuller Library at the Historic Town Hall, 7 Central Street

Town Hall
221 Main Street
Boylston, MA 01505
United States
See map: Google Maps
Meetings - When: Third Thursday of each month
Meetings - Where: Fuller Library at the Historic Town Hall, 7 Central Street
Meetings - Time: 6:00 PM