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On Tuesday, August 25, the Friends of the Asa Waters Mansion will proudly host "Finding William Lewis" chronicling the life of a 19th century New Englander.

On Tuesday, August 25, the Friends of the Asa Waters Mansion will proudly host "Finding William Lewis" chronicling the life of a 19th century New Englander. A dedicated record keeper, William Lewis left an extraordinary account of 59 years of his life through three hundred documents which he penned between 1836 until a few months before his death in 1897.

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On September 25 & 26, 2015, The Friends of the Asa Waters Mansion proudly present "Vistas of Millbury and the BlackstoneValley,"

On September 25 & 26, 2015, The Friends of the Asa Waters Mansion proudly present "Vistas of Millbury and the BlackstoneValley," an art exhibit featuring the works of renowned plein-air artist MichaelGraves of Millbury, Massachusetts. The rooms of the Asa Waters Mansion will bethe backdrop for the outstanding artwork by Mr. Graves. Tour the first floor ofthis historical estate and you will virtually be "meandering through theBlackstone Valley."

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About Us

The Asa Waters Mansion, built in 1826, is located in the heart of Millbury, MA. Saved from demolition, and having recently undergone major restoration, this estate is now available for weddings, functions, meetings, and cultural events. The "Friends of the Asa Waters Mansion" organization is a non-profit (501.c.3) volunteer committee with a mission to raise funds for the restoration and preservation of this historic site.

The Asa Waters Mansion, located at 123 Elm Street in Millbury, Massachusetts, is listed on the National and State Registers of Historic Places.