Menotomy Hall

Menotomy Hall and The Eureka

Menotomy Hall
Menotomy Hall

In 1906, Menotomy Hall was demolished to make room for Arlington’s grand new Town Hall, realized in 1913. The humble Menotomy Hall housed much Arlington history with its ground floor bakery churning out bread and rolls for nearly one-hundred years while its upper story helped raise congregation after congregation for area churches. The large meeting space served for services for Methodists, Congregationalists and Episcopalians while their own sanctuaries were being built. And, finally The Arlington Veteran Fireman’s Association, founded in 1899, and its proud old pumper “the Eureka” were Menotomy Hall’s final tenants.

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