Historical Happenings

| No Comments

Here are some historically-related programs that are going on around Greenwich:

 

Greenwich Preservation Trust Lecture - Tuesday - March 27 - 7pm - Bruce Museum

Donovan D. Rypkema, a real estate and economic development  consultant, will talk about "Historic Preservation and the Economy: recent Lessons From Connecticut and Beyond".

 

Everyday Heroes: Greenwich First Responders - Until August 26th - Bush-Holley Historic Site

Come see this exhibit, which is dedicated to the Police, Firemen and EMT workers who keep us safe.

 

Slaves in the Attic - March 30th - 7 to 8:30pm - Bush-Holley Historic Site

Mr. Joseph McGill will stay overnight in the attic of the Bush-Holley House to experience what his ancestors (slaves) felt.    A panel discussion will precede his overnight vigil.

 

Online Civil War Items Auction

Between now and March 22, RR Auction will be auctioning off letters, autographed photos and other items from the Civil War online.   Check it out: http://www.rrauction.com/.

Christopher Shield's Blog

Don't forget to check out HSTG Archivist Christopher Shield's blog, accessible through the HSTG website: 

www.hstg.org . 

Leave a comment

We want to hear from you. Feel free to post comments, questions and other thoughts but please remember:

  • Stay on topic.
  • Be polite and respectful
  • Don’t post copyrighted materials
  • Please don’t post content that installs viruses, worms, etc.
  • No spam please.

Please see our Comment Guidelines page for more information.

About this Entry

This page contains a single entry by Carl White published on March 14, 2012 4:25 PM.

Greenwich's Rachel Carson was the previous entry in this blog.

The O'Neil Outdoor Theater is the next entry in this blog.

Find recent content on the main index, or to browse all entries look in the all entries list or the archives.