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Written By Himself: The Life of James Mars, A Slave Born and Sold in Connecticut

Windsor Historical Society's Chaffee House 108 Palisado Ave, Windsor, CT

Celebrate Juneteenth this year like never before. 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 […]


Opening Reception for People of Windsor Exhibit

Be the first to view the Society’s newest exhibition featuring fascinating photos of Windsor people from across the decades. Music, refreshments, drinks, and more. FREE


Teaching with Poetry: Incorporating Poetry into Your Curriculum, with Antoinette Brim-Bell

Windsor Historical Society 96 Palisado Ave, Windsor, CT

With Connecticut State Poet Laureate Antoinette Brim-Bell. Teachers of all disciplines will enjoy this professional development opportunity to integrate poetry (and history) into your lessons. Classroom materials provided. Advanced registration required. $25 per participant. Register […]


To Cure or to Kill: Medicines of the 18th Century

Explore fascinating examples of the life-giving and fatal qualities of early herbal remedies with horticulturist Gordon Kenneson. Rain or shine. $10. Advanced registration encouraged. Register here

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