History is told through stories about the people and places from the past. You don’t have to attend a lecture or read a history book to hear these stories. Join us as we stroll through downtown Warner where local actors will share a few tales about Warner’s history and the people that lived and worked there. Along the way you’ll be entertained with stories about a telephone operator, a spiritualist, women writers and poets, business men and African-American soldiers. Our walk will end at the Upton-Chandler House for refreshments and a view of their latest exhibit. Where: New Hampshire Telephone Museum 1 Depot Street, Warner, NH 03278 603-456-2234 When: Friday, July 27th at 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Doors open at 6:30 PM. Programs begin at 7:00 PM. $7/members $10/non-members Looking for more information? Give us a call [603-456-2234] or 'Follow' us on Facebook for more details on this event and all upcoming events. Also, we recommend that you sign up for our newsletter so that you get all event updates and changes. This year's 4th Phriday at the Phone Museum Series is being proudly sponsored by the law offices of Upton & Hatfield; "Supporting New Hampshire Communities Since 1908".