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A Haunting at Mill Hill!

A Haunting at Mill Hill!

by admin on August 16, 2014

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A Haunting at Mill Hill!

SOLD OUT!

Friday, 10/12/2018 & 10/19/2018, 7:30pm & 9:00pm

Saturday, 10/13/2018 & 10/20/2018 , 6:00pm, 7:30pm & 9:00pm

Tours are approximately one hour

As the sun sets the spirits come out to play…

Take a lecture-lit tour through the old Mill Hill graveyard!

Hear chilling tales based on real events from Norwalk’s hidden past

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Space is limited!

SOLD OUT!

Friday, 10/12/2018 – 7:30pm & 9:00pm

Friday, 10/19/2018 – 7:30pm & 9:00pm

Saturday, 10/20/2018 -  6:00pm, 7:30pm & 9:00pm

Purchase tickets online click here

Early Bird Tickets through 10/11/2018: Adults:/Teens: $18, Child (8-12): $15

Regular Admission: Adults:/Teens: $20, Child (8-12): $18

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The net proceeds support the Norwalk Historical Society’s education programs and cultural exhibits.
The Norwalk Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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Mill Hill Historic Park,
2 East Wall Street
Norwalk, CT
Follow signs for parking across the street
No on site parking.

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Fashion After the Revolution

Saturday, November 3, 2018

2:00pm

 

Its been 235 years since the official end of the American Revolution.

How did becoming an independent nation influence fashion?!

The Revolution is over but in wartime we vowed to give up foreign imports. Now its peacetime, and our fervor has fizzled. Lets get some more of those imported goods we used to enjoy- like pretty fabrics!

Fashion was at the center of the debates surrounding what it meant to be American in the decades after the Revolution. How did citizens of the new nation navigate this political minefield when every choice was filled with symbolic import? Who aspired to fashion as set in Europe, who achieved it, who adapted it, who eschewed it? How did Americans build credibility on the world stage maintaining their principles without looking like country bumpkins?

Purchase Tickets online click here

$4.00 for current DAR members (must show DAR ID when checking in at event)

$8.00 for the general public

About Alden OBrien

Alden OBrien received her BA in Art History from Barnard College and her MA in Museum Studies in Costume & Textiles from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. She has been at the DAR Museum since 1990, first as curator of costume and later taking charge of quilts and most recently, samplers and needlework. She has curated numerous exhibits on costume, toys, and quilts, most recently An Agreeable Tyrant: Fashion After the Revolution, with its accompanying catalog.

Sponsored by the Norwalk Historical Society and the Norwalk -Village Green Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution

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Mill Hill Historic Park,
2 East Wall Street
Norwalk, CT
Handicapped & limited mobility parking on site only.
All others, follow signs for parking across the street.

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World War I Memorials of Connecticut

Saturday, November 10, 2018

2:00pm

Join historian Richard Franklin Donohue for a lively lecture and discussion about World War I memorials in Connecticut, with a special emphasis on Fairfield County memorials.

As the First World War ended, American communities hurried to memorialize the great efforts of their sons and daughters.  Changes in cultural and civic ideals since the American Civil War led to extensive public discourse about what memorials should and should not be.  Government leaders, artists, historians, and the monument industry itself promoted ideas from simple tablets to monoliths rivaling those of Egypt and Rome. Memorials throughout Connecticut exemplify this entire range of monumental styles.

Having visited and cataloged more than 220 monuments throughout the 169 towns in Connecticut, Richard Franklin Donohue will display images of the monuments and explore trends in their design and placement, with special emphasis placed on Norwalk and the surrounding areas.

Donations
At the event, we will be accepting donation items for the VA Connecticut Healthcare System. Please consider donating some of the following:

Toothpaste, toothbrushes, Bic-style razors, shaving cream and body wash
Men’s t-shirts, underwear and socks. All sizes needed!

Members of the American Legion Post 12 Auxiliary Poppy Program will also be accepting donations.

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Purchase Tickets online click here

$5.00 – general admission

FREE for Veterans and Active Military

(Please have proper identification card to be checked at door)

About Richard Franklin Donohue

Richard Franklin Donohue is the Town Historian of his hometown of Cromwell, Connecticut.  His original research has formed the basis of museum exhibits, traveling lectures, and living history programs on topics ranging from 18th-century slavery to Civil War-era Classical music performances to early 20th-century Mechanical Banks.  As President and Program Director of the Cromwell Historical Society for nearly fifteen years and a teacher in both public and private schools for twenty-five, he strives to enhance his towns interest and participation in local and national history.  In addition to his work with history, Richard is a tenor soloist specializing in Middle English Carols, Bach arias, and German Lieder and is the director of the 1876 Singing Society at Mystic Seaport.

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Mill Hill Historic Park,
2 East Wall Street
Norwalk, CT
Handicapped & limited mobility parking on site only.
All others, follow signs for parking across the street.

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Norwalk Historical Society Museum

141 East Avenue
Norwalk, CT
Front entrance accessible only from the Norwalk City Hall parking area at 125 East Avenue, Norwalk, CT
The Museum is in the red brick house with double blue front doors, next to the Norwalk Health Department

Museum Hours

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Regular Hours

Wednesday – Saturday, Noon – 4:00pm. Closed on holidays and special events.

Admission

Adults: $5, Seniors (age 65+): $3, Student (ages 6-22) – $3, Child under 5 y ears old – Free!

Gift Shop

Visit the Museum Gift Shop for one-of-a kind hand crafted items by Connecticut artists,

Norwalk Historical Society themed items, books, vintage children’s toys & games

Current Exhibits

Norwalk Historical Society Museum – 141 East Avenue, Norwalk, CT

(Entrance from the Norwalk City Hall parking area, 125 East Avenue, Norwalk. Located next to the Norwalk Health Dept. in the red brick house with double blue front doors.)

* Norwalk Collects: Celebrating Four Historic Collections, curated by Elizabeth Pratt Fox

* Norwalk: Portrait of Diversity, photography by Tony Velez

* Eating off the Landscape: The Farrington-Lockwood Dessert Service, curated by Elizabeth Pratt Fox

* Self and the World: Experiencing 19th-Century Photography in Norwalk, curated by Elizabeth Avery and graphic designs by Scott Kuykendall

* New Deal, New Day: WPA Artists at Work and Play, curated by Valerie A. Cooper, Picture That Art Consultants

* Destination Norwalk: African-American Migration from the South, 1940-1970, curated by Kathleen Motes Bennewitz

*Margaret Hoyt Smith: Norwalk’s First Female Architect, curated by Lynn Friedman

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Mill Hill Historic Park – 2 East Wall Street, Norwalk, CT


Located on top of Mill Hill overlooking the head of the Norwalk Harbor.  Contains the 1835 Town House (Meeting House), 1826 Downtown District Schoolhouse (Little Red Schoolhouse), c.1740 Governor Fitch Law Office, Mill Hill cemetery (3rd oldest in Norwalk) and a Colonial Herb garden.

Current Exhibits

Preserving and Observing: Two Centuries of Norwalk Art, curated by Sophia Gevas

Mill Hill Historic Park Hours

The grounds are open year round Sunrise to Sunset.

The Mill Hill buildings are open during special events and by appointment for group tours (minimum 6 people, $5/person).  See “Guided Group Tour – Mill Hill Buildings

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Fodor Farm – 328 Flax Hill Road, Norwalk, CT

Fodor Farm Exhibition, curated by Elizabeth Pratt Fox
Open during special events

 

 

June 30, 2018

Open:  Noon – 2:00PM

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