Shop for Special Holiday Gifts December 4, First Thursday
On Thursday, December 4th, Windsor Historical Society joins Windsor businesses participating in the Windsor Chamber of Commerce First Thursdays.  The Societyís main building will be open free of charge from 10 Ė 7 p.m.  See the Societyís exhibition Faces of Windsor.  Also on view is the Four Centuries of Windsor History exhibition in the Societyís South Gallery.  Pick up the Images of America: Windsor photo history book or one of the Windsor Storytellers volumes, a Windsor 1633 tee-shirt, mug or pie plate, matted art photographs of Windsor by Len Hellerman, or the Doors of Windsor poster.  Choose from a selection of small wooden replicas of Windsorís historic buildings or select toys and games popular with children for centuries.  Indulge your senses with soft holiday music and delicious non-alcoholic wassail and home-baked sweets.  Shopping for holiday gifts used to be a pleasure.  Experience that for yourself at Windsor Historical Society on December 4th.
Close out Windsorís 375th birthday year with Windsor-themed gifts for yourself, friends, and family members.  And remember that our doors are open to you year-round, Tuesday through Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  We love helping Windsor residents connect with Windsorís fascinating history at Windsor Historical Society. 
The Windsor Historical Society is located at 96 Palisado Avenue (Route 159). Normally, general admission is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors and students, and free to children under 12 and WHS members.  Call (860) 688-3813 or visit us on the web at for directions to the Society and more information about programs.




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