Harwinton Historical Society To Sponsor Program on Reconstruction Following the Civil War at The Harwinton Library

09/14/2014 to 09/21/2914

80 Bentley Dr,, Harwinton, CT Phone: 860-485-9113.

Although the Union proved victorious in the American Civil War, the fruits of that victory were still in doubt. The era of Reconstruction (1865-1877) was the crucial completion of that conflict. Fundamentally, it would determine the future of the United States by attempting to resolve two dilemmas: how to admit the defeated southern states back into the Union and how to prepare 4 million ex-slaves for equality and citizenship. Dr. Karl Valois, Professor of History at the Torrington branch of the University of Connecticut will lead the discussions of these topics at the Harwinton Library on two consecutive Sundays: September 14 and 21, 2014 from 2:00 PM to 4:15 PM. All are invited. There is no fee or prior attendance requirement although donations are always gratefully received. We hope to see you there!

Gallery 25 Hosts CT Clay Artists

08/02/2018 to 08/31/2018

11 Railroad St., New Milford, CT 06776. Phone: 860-355-6009.

Meet the CT Clay Artists at a wine and cheese reception, Saturday, August 11, 2018 from 5-8PM.  This unique gallery exhibition includes a display of diverse ceramic art, as well as other high-end art media, in a charming New England town setting.  Enjoy the restored 1886 Railroad Station, surrounded by many acclaimed restaurants.  The show runs the entire month of August.  Thursday and Sunday noon to 5.  Friday and Saturday, noon to 8.

With guidance from the New Milford Commission on the Arts, Gallery 25 was founded in the fall of 2014 as a cooperative-style art gallery representing local and regional award-winning artists and artisans. Gallery exhibitions, both then and now, include a wide variety of unique fine art and fine artisan creations in a wide range of media.  

Renewing interest and growth in the local art scene is a priority of the gallery and its member artists. 

Gallery 25 is conveniently located at 11 Railroad Street at the historic train station in New Milford, Connecticut.  For further information: http://newmilfordgallery25.blogspot.com  (phone 860-355-6009). Admission is free. Ample free parking is available.