Community Bulletin Board
- Effort to Make CT a Better Place to Bike/Walk
- Loughran Heads CCF Development
- Waterbury Residents Save on Prescriptions
- $25,000 Grant to Mattatuck Historical Society
- Exchange Club to Host P.R. Specialist
- Easter Seals Aid Fund & Scholarships
- Scholarship Opportunity for High School Seniors
- Legislators Announce Funding for Waterbury
- Opening for 3 Spring Exhibitions at Museum
- Music @ The Matt: Pianist Julian Toha
- Palace Theater's April Events
- Public Hearing to be held for 'Common Core'
Join the Mattatuck Museum for the opening reception of three spring exhibitions on Thursday, March 13, 2014 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. The opening celebration will feature a conversation with museum curator Dr. Cynthia Roznoy, artist Stephanie Brody-Lederman and collector Ken Ratner at 6:30 p.m. Mary Daniel, curator of Fancy This will also talk about costumes in that exhibition.
Visit the Mattatuck Museum on Sunday, March 9, 2014 for Community Free Day. The second Sunday of every month is always free admission from noon-5 p.m. All of the museum galleries and exhibitions are open to families and visitors of all ages with special family programming planned for the day.
This month join Museum Director Bob Burns for a discussion on the beautiful changing exhibition, Albert Bierstadt in New York & New England, on view at the Mattatuck Museum through March 2, 2014.
Visit the Mattatuck Museum for Second Sunday – Community Free Day
Visit the Mattatuck Museum on Sunday, February 9, 2014 for Second Sunday Community Free Day. The second Sunday of every month is always free admission from noon-5 p.m. All of the museum galleries and exhibitions are open to families and visitors of all ages with special family programming planned for the day.
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.