The Ham Supper has been a Starksboro Meeting House tradition since revitalization efforts began in the 1950's.
The first few suppers were put on at the Meeting House in the basement. As popularity grew, they were moved to the Town Hall, where they were held for many years. When the Library was moved to the Town Hall, they were held at the Baptist Church for several years. The Ham Supper is now served at the Robinson Elementary School to take advantage of a more spacious dining room and kitchen.
The supper, held in the fall, is traditionally a great success and covers most of the ongoing expenses for the Meeting House.
Details of the Ham Supper are posted as they become Available.
Directions to the Ham Supper.
Ham Supper at the Town Hall