Community Bulletin Board
- Waterbury Girls Club Seeks Alumnae
- Toy Drive at New Opportunities, Inc.
- Films on Civil Rights at Historical Society
- Waterbury Speed Skater trains for '18 Olympics
- 'Hearts for Holy Land' Raises $1,300
- Habitat for Humanity Announces New Director
- Food Network Winners Champion 'Dora's Hope'
- Miracle on 34th Street at Thomaston Opera House
- “Click It Or Ticket” for Seat Belt Use
- New Opportunities Inc. Toy Drive
- Palace Theater Announces December Shows
- Dr. Lavoie Speaks at Forman School
Join the Mattatuck Museum for the next installment of the Cinema Fall Film Series which features movies that take place in Connecticut. This program has been developed in conjunction with the current exhibition Norman Sunshine: The Conversation Pieces. Dr. J.D. Connor of Yale University will introduce each film and lead a discussion.
Six-year-old Christian Mullins prayed as the coffin of a former slave named Fortune was lowered into a grave in Riverside Cemetery last night in Waterbury, thus ending 200 years of disrespect.
Fortune was a slave in the 18th Century and when he died under mysterious circumstances in Waterbury, in 1798, his master, Dr. Preserved Porter, boiled him, and used his skeleton in his medical practice.
The Mattatuck Museum has announced that Cathy and Jim Smith will be this year’s honorees of the Brass Button Award Celebration on Friday, September 20, 2013. The award ceremony, sponsored by Webster Bank, American Savings Foundation, Warburg Pincus, KPMG LLP and Secor, Cassidy & McPartland, P.C., will be held at the Museum beginning at 6:00 p.m. The event will include a cocktail reception with remarks by Museum Board Members and the presentation of the award by Senator Joan Hartley followed by a seated dinner in the Museum galleries. The Brass Button Award recognizes outstanding contributions of individuals in the greater Waterbury area who are dedicated to the cultural and social enrichment of their community.
Join the Mattatuck Museum for the opening reception of an exciting exhibition of on Saturday, September 21, 2013 from 5:00Norman Sunshine: The Conversation Pieces-7:00 p.m.
Accomplished painter, print-maker, sculptor and noted theatrical set designer, Mark Beard is a master of fiction. See him here as he takes on the persona of painter Bruce Sargeant in Alter Ego: Bruce Sargeant|Mark Beard. View the world through the lens of a camera and reshapes your idea of the “everyday” with Strange Beauty: The Photography of Carolyn Marks Blackwood and discover the beginnings of one of America’s most beloved styles in The Origins of Preppy: John Meyer of Norwich.
The Mattatuck Museum invites Connecticut residents to discover - and rediscover - their exciting art and history collection on Saturday, June 8, 2013 during the 9th Annual Open House Day. The Mattatuck Museum will offer free admission for everyone, with docent-led tours for both adults and families throughout the day.
The Mattatuck Museum welcomes the Pierce Campbell Jazz Trio to Jazz First Thursday on June 6, 2013 from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. for an evening of great American jazz!
American Master Prints from the Collection of Dr. Dorrance Kelly
The Mattatuck Museum welcomes Robert K. Newman, gallerist and print expert at The Old Print Shop, New York for a gallery tour and demonstration on Tuesday, April 23, 2013 at 5:30 p.m.
Join the Mattatuck Museum for Cinema Spring beginning with a screening of Home of the Brave: When Southbury Said ‘No’ to the Nazis on Sunday, April 28, 2013 from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. The movie will conclude with a discussion featuring filmmaker Scott Sniffen and others in the documentary including Rev. Shannon Rye Wall from the South Britain Congregational Church.
The Mattatuck Museum will feature the ever-popular Claudia Hughes performing with fellow vocalist Bob Hughes and the Mark Templeton Trio at the First Thursday event on April 4, 2013 from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. All are invited to come and enjoy a lovely evening of Jazz at the Mattatuck.
Claudia and Bob Hughes