I moved a few months back, and since then, have been trying to make the monthly meeting of my new local metal detecting club. Something always seemed to interfere with my plans, but finally, Wednesday night, I was able to attend, and join “The Yankee Territory Coin Shooters” in Wethersfield, CT. Read More »
Posts in category Local Events
Saturday, October 26, 2013 at 10:30 AM Mr. Anthony Lauriano’s lecture will be “Introduction to Genealogy”. Read More »
Events that are local to Fairfield County, CT–I assume no liability for errors or omissions, please check the websites or call ahead to double check times, date’s, locations, etc…
September 22 – Brookfield’s Second Annual Farmfest – The Brookfield Museum and Historical Society together with the Brookfield Conservation Commission is presenting the communities second annual Farmfest on Sunday, September 22nd, 2013 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Gurski Farmstead on Route 133. There will be vintage tractors and trucks, and antique machinery, as well as exhibits by the Historical Society, Conservation Read More »
I’ve decided to put local events together in one post, so those of you who don’t live in the area are not inundated with a bunch of local events you can’t attend. Read More »
Family History Hunt – scavenger hunt throughout Ridgefield , April 1 through June 1. The Family History Hunt is a wonderful opportunity for children of all ages to explore Ridgefield and learn about local history throughout our community. Sponsored by the Keeler Tavern Museum. Family History Hunt books will be available at Keeler Tavern Museum and many locations in town. The book will guide you to sites of historical interest and provide information and thought provoking questions that are designed to broaden your knowledge of local history. Your completed Family History Hunt book will entitle you to prizes and a special invitation the Keeler Tavern Museum’s 300th birthday party on June 15, 2013. Check the Keeler Tavern Museum website for more details.
Ever wonder how much that vase or broach that Great Aunt Mary left you was worth? Bring it over to the Appraisal Day and find out. We will have four appraisers with various backgrounds ready to let you know. There is a small fee of $10 per item and photographs of large items will be accepted. Read More »