Bob Steele’s Century

June 6       12 noon – 1 PM

A lunch and learn program at Windsor Historical Society.  Radio Hall of Fame broadcaster Bob Steele was well known to millions in Southern New England as the morning voice of WTIC for half a century. Known for dry humor and his “word of the day”, Steele brightened mornings and delivered music, news, weather, and features from 1943 to 1991.  He left voluminous scrapbooks, photographs, diaries, cartoons, drawings, and yes, his jokes.  This presentation by Bob’s son, Phil Steele will give you the chance to see the man behind the microphone -- and learn a little area history too!  Cost: $6 adults, $5 seniors and students, WHS members $4.  688-3813 for more information.




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