The Foxborough Historical Society and Foxborough Historical Commission
The town of Foxborough Massachusetts was officially incorporated on June 10th, 1778 and named in honor of Charles James Fox, a British Whig who favored the independence of the American Colonies. The purpose of this website is to allow visitors to discover more about the town and its history.
The Foxborough Historical Society (FHS)The Foxborough Historical Society was originally formed in 1898 and is an all volunteer, not for profit organization, that strives to promote the history of Foxborough Massachusetts. The Foxborough Historical Society normally meets monthly, on the fourth Tuesday of each month, except during the summer months of June thru August. Regular meetings are held at 7:30 pm, in the Fuller Room lower level, Boyden Library.
The Foxborough Historical Commission (FHC)The Foxborough Historical Commission is an all volunteer organization that is appointed by, and reports to, the Foxborough Board of Selectmen. The Commission staffs Memorial Hall during museum hours: Wednesday nights from 7-9 PM and the second Saturday of each month from 9 AM - Noon. Admission to the Hall is free.
Please check back for updates - This website last updated 08/17/2016
Images appearing on this website may not be reproduced in any manner without express written permission from the Foxborough Historical Commission.