2:00 PM, Sunday, September 15, 2019
Trumbull Historical Society Board Member and historical fashion enthusiast Mallory Huron takes you through three tumultuous decades of women’s fashion. During this one-hour program, you will see how women’s clothing evolved from the confining corsets of the Edwardian area into the loose and carefree styles of the 1920s; and how World War I was the catalyst to this irreversible change.
If you love the Downton Abbey era of fashion, you’ll be fascinated by this trip through some of the most formative years of women’s fashion. The talk will also touch on the various historical events that shaped fashion sensibilities of the era.
SAVE THE DATE!
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2019
The Trumbull Historical Society's Annual Blaze!
Lots of Family Fun.
Stay tuned for details.
10:00 am - 12:30 pm, Saturday, June 1st, 2019
Indian Ledge Park Road, Trumbull, Connecticut 06611
Join us, Trumbull Nature & Arts Center, and Denali for a moderate hike through the beautiful and historic Pequonnock River Valley from Indian Ledge Park to Old Mine Park and back. Experience waterfalls, woodlands and streams. Hike along the old Housatonic Railroad for a portion. See the scant remains of Parlor Rock Park -- one of the first amusement parks in the U.S. Visit the remnants of a 150-year-old mill along the banks of the Pequonnock River. Play Trail Bingo and win prizes sponsored by Denali Outdoors. This is a very child-friendly hike. As always, we will do our part to keep the outdoors clean by collecting trash along the way.
Meeting Place: Indian Ledge Park Rd., Trumbull. Next to the dog park.
Rain Plan & Registration Details:
Rain date: Sunday, June 2, 2019 - 10:00am
Pre-registration is RECOMMENDED
The Bee is composed of a group of women who meet in the evening of the last Monday of every month. We work on projects (knitting, sewing etc.) or just chat. It's very relaxed. If you can make the meeting, fine, if not there's always next month. And.......we offer tea (or coffee) and cookies.
If you'd like to have your name added to our calling list, send name and email address to the Trumbull Historical Soc. office at (203) 377-6620.