The Camden-Rockport Historical Society will hold its Annual Membership Meeting Wednesday, Aug. 21 at the Mary Meeker Cramer Museum on the historic Conway House grounds.

The meeting will begin at 7 p.m., with a presentation by members of the Megunticook Watershed Association. The association will publish its first book this year, a collection of old stories, memories and snapshots collected by members of association — more a family album than a formal history.

Topics range from the first dam in 1771, Lake City in 1884, the building boom of the 1890s, Camp Merestead (now Camp Bishopswood), the old Fish Hatchery, and the famed "Mrs. Libby's", the individual and community efforts to preserve land and wildlife, and favorite picnic sites of yesterday and today.

A business meeting, including the annual election of officers will immediately follow the program. Refreshments will be served after the meeting and members will have an opportunity to view the current museum displays including a selection of quilts, civil war memorabilia, and the Edna St. Vincent Millay exhibit.

The meeting is open to members and the general public.

The Historic Conway House Complex is located just south of the Hannaford store at the Camden-Rockport town line. For further information, please call 236-2257.