Were the Puritans allowed to listen to music? When and why were drums and bugles so important? Where did your Windsor grandparents go to dance? Who are the famous Windsor musicians of yesteryear, and who is carrying on the musical legacy today? Answers to all these questions and many other melodious surprises await you at the opening of the special exhibit Puritans, Polkas, and Pop: Music in Windsor.
Windsor Historical Society invites you to join the fun on Wednesday, November 16 from 6 to 8 PM for an exhibit that will tingle your senses and rock your memories as you explore Windsor’s diverse musical heritage from its earliest days to the present. Special musical accompaniment provided by the Windsor Fife and Drum Corps, soundtracks with a take-home Windsor playlist, and thematic refreshments will be on hand for all to enjoy!
FREE. Drop in any time between 6 and 8 PM.