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Gather around the fire on grounds once walked by Windsor’s enslaved people to share in the dramatic reading of James Mars’ personal account of his life in 19th-century Connecticut. Firelight, the place of storytelling in traditional African communities, is the setting for this powerful experience. Read the words or just listen to this audience-led reading of James Mars’ personal narrative, and share in an understanding of Juneteenth’s meaning to those enslaved in early Connecticut.

FREE. Registration encouraged.

Rain date: June 20.

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