Community Bulletin Board
- Cactus Show at NVCC ~ April 1 & 2
- New Home for 'Quilts that Care'
- Poetry Slam Competition
- Environment-Wise Symposium at Post
- Educator Appreciation Days at Barnes & Noble
- A.L. Davroe Book-signing
- Hartley on Manufacturing
- Easter Bunny Express
- Love a Lilac
- Improving Air Quality
- What's Happening in Waterbury and Beyond
- TURN to a Historian at the Litchfield Historical Society
Naugatuck Historical Society
April 3, 6-8pm First Thursdays, The Great Depression in Naugatuck
Local historian Gregg Pugliese is coming to the museum to share the story of how the Great Depression altered life in Naugatuck. Explore photos and history from this time period. At the Naugatuck Historical Society, 195 Water St, Naugatuck, CT 06770. For more information email email@example.com Free for members or students with ID. Sponsored by Ion Bank Foundation.
First Thursdays offer additional evening hours and a unique Museum experience each month for families. With the recent partnership with the Foundation we are able to offer expanded programs, opportunities and activities for families. First Thursdays this year will include hands on activities for children, new exhibits, presentations and performances all because of the sport of the Naugatuck Savings Bank Foundation.
Savor CT 2013 has been rescheduled for February 23, 2013 at 7pm because of the recent blizzard. Savor Connecticut is a tasting and presentation at the Naugatuck Historical Society Museum. Guests will be able to sample the flavors of Connecticut, including different wines, beers and food. They will enjoy a presentation and exhibits featuring the History of Connecticut Foods by authors Eric Lehman and Amy Nawrocki sponsored by Mountview Plaza Wines and Liquors.
June 14th at 7:00pm the Naugatuck Historical Society is welcoming Richard Radune author of Sound Rising a book that challenges our perception of Long Island Sound in many surprising ways.
Admission is free for members, $5 for non-members.
“In silence they walk. With lightning speed they strike. Hidden from our view their beauty and behavior exists for almost no person to see…”