Join Brian Gillie, the performer who brought you The Roots of Rock'n'Roll on Thursday, November 21st at 6:30 for this look into the greats hits of Hollywood and Broadway! This is a must for all musical and screen lovers!
Registration begins November 1st. Call 860.489.6684 to register or email Jessica at firstname.lastname@example.org
Reliving the 1940s: Those Were the Days by the CT Historical Society
Friday, November 15th at 6:30
Register beginning November 1st!
Learn how the world looked to a boy growing up in a time when kids were free to roam. Recall when radio held center stage and big-band sound dominated music and how World War II changed everything. Also, see what amazing things can be learned from the 1940 Census. You’ll be entertained, whether it’s a reminiscence or a new introduction. Brought to you by Dick Tomlinson and Carol Whitmer, CHS Board Members.
On Thursday, November 7th from 6:00pm – 7:30pm discover the life and work of Eugene O'Neill.
American Playwright and Nobel laureate in literature, O’Neill brought a darker side to the theatre; a more introspective view of the human soul. Creating such works as A Long Day’s Journey Into Night, Desire Under the Elms, Strange Interlude and more, O’Neill is highly recognizable and as interesting a man as the characters he created.
Call 860.489.6684 to register or email Jessica at email@example.com
Friday, October 25th at 7:00pm
Register today by calling 860.489.6684 or email Jessica!
Step back into old Salem Village. The year is 1692 and the townspeople are in mass hysteria. There are witches among them!
You will trace the beginning of the accusations up through the year-long trials that led to many innocent deaths. Travel back in time during this amazing event and judge the innocent and guilty of Salem!
This is an interactive event great for all ages, but a children do require parent/guardian accompaniment.
John E. Cook, Conspirator!
Thursday, October 17th at 6:30 / Register today!
Join author, Cynthia Goetz as she discusses John E Cook. Cook, a stone-cutter’s son from Haddam, Connecticut became a Captain in John Brown’s army and helped light the spark that ignited the Civil War. Goetz illustrates Cook’s journey from his earliest days in Haddam, including his time spent listening to the fiery sermons of Henry Ward Beecher, through the battlefields of Bleeding Kansas, to his adventures with John Brown at Harper’s Ferry and his final escape and capture on the Underground Railroad. Goetz, who resides in the boyhood home of John E. Cook in Haddam, has done considerable research on Cook – the man whom John Brown considered a traitor to the cause, but whose tombstone describes him as a “noble patriot”.
To register, please call 860.489.6684 or email Jessica at firstname.lastname@example.org
Attendance at juvenile programs is limited to children of the age group for which the program is intended and their caregivers.