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Windsor on the Move: Wilson and Deerfield

L.P. Wilson 599 Matianuck Ave, Windsor, CT

Sharing Stories in Windsor Neighborhoods - Wilson, Deerfield, Matianuck Windsor Historical Society turns 100 this fall and hopes to mark this with milestone a celebration of the whole Windsor community. “We really want this to [...]


Windsor on the Move: All Together Windsor

Palisado Green 96 Palisado Ave., Windsor, CT

A celebration of the diverse stories and cultures that make up our great town! This fall, Windsor Historical Society has been celebrating its own centennial through smaller events in each of the town's five traditional [...]

Jumping for Our Dreams

330 Windsor Avenue Community Center 330 Windsor Ave., Windsor, CT

Lace up your sneakers and jump into a day of spirited family fun as WHS, in partnership with Windsor Public Library’s Wilson Branch, celebrates the beauty and tenacity of the Black experience! Explore music, movement, [...]


Fishing for Fun!

No bones about it – it’s time for some shad-themed fun! Children pre-K to grade 5 will enjoy fin-tastic outdoor activities including fishing for prizes, shad painting, shad cooking demonstration, and more! COVID restrictions will [...]


Connecticut Open House Day 2022

Stop by Windsor Historical Society to celebrate the beginning of the summer season and enjoy our great exhibits, historic homes, and more! Visit our special exhibit, 100 Years of Windsor Historical Society, and our gift [...]


Canceled Vacation Victuals: Hearth Cooking for Kids

With Becky Hendricks. Special spring break hearth cooking programs just for young people ages 12 and up. Young cooks will learn authentic historical food preparation and cooking skills while preparing some sumptuous treats to enjoy! [...]


Fishing for Fun!

No bones about it—now’s the time for shad-themed outdoor fun! Children pre-K to grade 5 will enjoy fishing for prizes, shad painting, shad cooking demonstration, and more! And, since the [...]

$7 – $15

Homeschool Days: Colonial Life in Connecticut

There will be two sessions running concurrently, one for grades K-6 and one for grades 7-12. Grades K-6. How did families in colonial Connecticut store food without refrigeration? What did students learn in school and [...]



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