UPDATE: This program has been canceled.
Most museums have exhibit opening parties, as did Windsor Historical Society for the opening of The Changing Face of War: Windsor Responds to World War I. The Society’s staff found so much of interest in [...]
The Kibbe/Sipple Correspondence Collection consists of 26 letters written by Windsor resident Fred S. Kibbe to Mrs. Jessie Taylor Sipple during his World War I service in the US Army as part of the American [...]
With Christine Pittsley, Project Director for Remembering World War I Project at Connecticut State Library. The Society’s Windsor Reacts to World War I exhibit shows how our town contributed to and commemorated the war effort; Pittsley will provide perspective on other Connecticut towns and cities.
The four short sketches below are examples of how World War I touched Windsor and its residents. For more stories, visit the Society’s exhibition "The Changing Face of War" on view in the our Hands-On Learning Center until September, 2017.
Join Society Executive Director Christine Ermenc at the entrance of Palisado Cemetery for a tour commemorating Windsor residents who served on World War I’s battlefields and assisted at the home front. Discover the stories of [...]
Trench warfare. U-boats. Doughboys. These are what typically come to mind when you consider World War I. But the George Wolf Collection at the Society goes beyond the typical and details the experiences of [...]
Please join us at Windsor Historical Society at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, October 10 for a fascinating and sobering evening with Dr. Matthew Cartter, Connecticut State Epidemiologist and Director of the Connecticut Emerging Infections Program, [...]
On the 100th anniversary of the ending of World War I, discover compelling stories of Windsor men and women who served in the armed forces and on Windsor’s home-front with Society Director Christine Ermenc. $6 [...]