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Dixie's Land music sheet
Abe Lincoln's Songbook

Sunday, February 20 at 2 pm
Presented by Peter PIacquadio and muscians

Come hear the music which Abraham Lincoln loved. Brass trio with narration.

At the Carriage House.
Free to members. $5.00 for not-yet members.

Sherlock’s Books

Sunday, March 27 at 2 pm
Presented by Bob Madison

What books influenced Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, his detective created Sherlock Holmes, and the ever-congenial Dr. Watson? For the answers, come hear the results of Bob Madison’s research.

At the Carriage House.
Free to members. $5.00 for not-yet members.

Open House

Saturday, May 28 at 2 pm

Annual Open House with free tours for all and the opening of the season’s featured exhibit of Victorian children’s clothing.

Carriage House
Free to members. $5.00 for not-yet members.

Reminisce with Gert

Sunday, June 5 at 2pm

Join us as Gertrude Smith shares her memories of the history of the trust. She and her husband Isaac were part of the history for over forty years of the museum’s development. “We’ve come a long way, baby.”

Carriage House
Free to members. $5.00 for not-yet members.

Riverbend Cemetery carving

Down by the Riverside

July and August, Date TBD
Presented by Museum volunteers

Museum volunteers will share insights into the monuments in the old section of river Bend Cemetery along the river. Parking is most available near the office. For who wish to be closer, drive past the office toward the river. We will all meet at the Middleton Mausoleum on the North side of the cemetery.

Riverbend Cemetery.
Free to members. $5.00 for not-yet members.

 

Who Was ‘Crazy Harry’?

Sunday, September 18, at 2 pm
Presented by Suzanne Matteson

Suzanne will share her research on Harry Babcock, whose portrait is featured in both the Museum house and the Stonington Historical Society Palmer Mansion.

Carriage House
Free to members. $5.00 for not-yet members.


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