SUNDAY, NOV 19th ON-SITE PROGRAM 1:00 - 4:00 PM NATIVE AMERICAN TRADITIONS
SATURDAY, DEC 2ND 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM HOLIDAY HOUSE TOUR
Holiday House TOUR SATURDAY DEC 2nd 11:00-4:00PM
Spend the day visiting beautiful homes from various time periods. Advance ticket purchase advised. Tickets/programs can be picked up the day of the event starting from 10:30 AM or later at the Trumbull Historical Society. Refreshments will be served during that day. Tickets are $40 for non-members $35 for members. Not a member? You can join by going to the Donate/Volunteer/Become a Member page and then click on Membership to sign up on-line For questions, please send email to: email@example.com
9:45 - Meet at the Parking Lot Hike begins @ 10:00 AM.
This is a family friendly event. Bring the kids!
FUN FACT: Old Minepark was once commonly calledSaganawamps, where local tribes gathered quartz to make tools.It became the location for a tungstenmine from 1828- 1920 and then for a few years in the 1940's
THURSDAY JUNE 22nd @ 7:00 PM IN RECOGNITION OF PRIdE MONTH.... WE ARE PLEASED TO BE PARTNERING WITH TRUMBULL'S EQUITY, DIVERSITY, AND INCLUSION TASK FORCE (EDIT) FOR OUR JUNE PROGRAM.
OUR GUEST SPEAKER, EVE GALANIS, WILL FOCUS ON LGBTQ+ HISTORY and THE RESISTANCE MOVEMENTS THAT TOOK PLACE IN CT. SHE HAS PRESENTED AT HISTORICAL CONFERENCES INCLUDING YALE UNIVERSITY'S ETHNIC STUDIES SYMPOSIUM AND THE NATIONAL COUNCIL ON PUBLIC HISTORY, AND WAS A FEATURED GUEST ON NPR.
Looking for something to do on Mother's Day weekend? Bring your special person to our Victorian Tea
$40 per person
Finger Sandwiches, Desserts and Assorted Teas Dress Casual or Fancy, Festive Hats encouraged
New Program: "From Edwardian Elegance to Flapper Frivolity: How Makeup and Hair Evolved During the Early 20th Century Trumbull Historical Society Board Member and historical costuming enthusiast, Mallory Huron, will give a 25 minute presentation on the evolution of women's hair and makeup during the early 20th century, and how these changes aligned with cultural and societal shifts that took place during the formative eras.
Sarah Jack, witch trial victim descendant and cofounder of the Connecticut Witch Trial Exoneration Project will present about the women in THE Connecticut Colony who faced accusations of covenanting with the devil to cause harm to neighbors. Learn about how efforts to exonerate them started and what is happening now.