Owls Head resident Marla Rogers, the second speaker in the Camden-Rockport Historical Society’s Maine Living program, will discuss playing with brothers and sisters in the shadow of a lighthouse on Sunday, Feb. 7 at 2 p.m. at the society’s Cramer Museum.

The daughter of a keeper at several New England lighthouses between 1927 and 1953, Rogers grew up in three of them. Her experiences make a fascinating tale. The title of her program is “Lighthouse Memories.”

Her father, Archford Vernon “Ted” Haskins, was stationed on Boston Head Light in Boston Harbor from 1927 to 1937. He was transferred to Great Point Light on Nantucket Island for the next three years, then moved with his family to Sankaty Head Light, also on Nantucket. Rogers was born at Great Point Light. Then it was on to Owls Head Light, from which Haskins retired in 1953.

“The best thing about living on a lighthouse was we had our parents with us 24/7 except when we started school,” Rogers said. “Also it led to a very special bonding with siblings.”

She had three brothers and three sisters. Rogers will present slides illustrating lighthouse life. She serves as a docent at the Maine Lighthouse Museum in Rockland.

Refreshments also will offer a taste of Rogers’ early life: bites of grilled cheese sandwiches with hot chocolate and lighthouse cookies — a traditional Sunday night snack for the Haskins family.

On March 7, Eva Murray will offer a slide talk titled “Not at All the Simple Life.” One of fewer than 100 year-round residents of Matinicus Island, Murray writes of life on the far-off island with its challenges both positive and negative. On April 11, fiddle maker and musician Kip Yettaw of Port Clyde will present “The Art of the Fiddle.” The program will feature traditional bluegrass music and information on handcrafting fiddles.

The Maine Living talks will be held at the museum at the Camden-Rockport Historical Society’s Conway Homestead-Cramer Museum complex, just off Route 1 at the Camden-Rockport town line. Admission is $5 or $3 for society members. For more information, contact Marlene Hall, executive director of the historical society, at 594-8047 or crmuseum@midcoast.com.