Join Miss Jill, Miss Jeni, and Miss Jessica as we prep the young'ens for the Vintage Baseball Game held at Fuessenich Park on Sunday, August 3rd at 5:00pm
Presented by the Torrington Historical Society; Torrington Parks and Rec; and Torrington Municipal Historian, Ken Buckbee!
From 5:00-6:00pm the Library team will:
--Read about some pesky bats at the baseball field!
--Hold a wiffle ball toss, a three legged race, and pin the ball on
-- Have a "ball" with some crafty baseball activities!
Library activities recommended for ages 3 and up! All Library activities are free with the admission to the game!
To learn more about this family-friendly event, please click, "read more" below!
Vintage Baseball Game
Sunday, August 3rd at 6:00pm
5:00pm is the warm-up Home Run Derby and Kid's Fun with the Torrington Library
The event will feature...
--"Abraham Lincoln" throwing out the first pitch and mingling with the crowd.
-- Tom Hooker Hanford singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" and entertaining the
crowd with music from the period.
-- Connecticut Civil War Round Table members, men & women dressed in 1800s style
clothing, mingling with the crowd.
The Vintage game is recommended for all ages. Adults are a $5.00 admission and kids under the age of 10 are free! The game will be played by 1860 rules and attire and is between the Simsbury Taverners and the Connecticut Picked Nine!
Hit a home run with your kids this summer and enjoy this one-of-a-kind summer event! Rain date is Sunday,August 10th.
All proceeds benefit the Torrington Historical Society.
Sponsored by Torrington Savings Bank and Brooks, Todd, & McNeill
Did You Know?...
Three organizations involved with the Vintage Baseball Game have been in Torrington since the 1860s or earlier?
Can you guess which organizations they are?
Below are the three organizations that withstood the test of time and have been Torrington staples since the 1800s! Congratulations to all of these organizations!!!
Mask Update: Masks are required for all program attendees despite vaccination status.
Attendance at juvenile programs is limited to children of the age group for which the program is intended and their caregivers.