In the interest of protecting our patrons, staff, and volunteers in the midst of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak, we have been advised to cancel/postpone all in-person programs until further notice.
In-person programs will resume as soon as possible.
Click here to register for any of the following programs or call the Museum at 860-868-7756.
Virtual History Programs
Since we can not meet in-person during the coronavirus pandemic we will be hosting virtual history programs on Zoom. Please join us every other Monday at 10am for Readings from the Archives. Museum staff will read a research paper about a Washington topic from the museum’s archive, share related photos, and a brief discussion with the audience will follow. To attend and participate in these recurring programs, click on this link: https://zoom.us/j/604149844
Apr 20, 2020 – “A History of Calhoun Street” by Mrs. Helen Fenn Whitehead in 1938. Access the Zoom recording here and enter this password: 1o?B?6.E
May 4, 2020 – “The Sister Susie Society” by Dorothy Abbot Loomis in 1930. Access the Zoom recording here and enter this password: 2D&2#&*9
May 18, 2020 – “Reminiscences of Dr. Remus Fowler, his Family, and House” by Edith Heath Rossiter in 1912. Access the Zoom recording here and enter this password: 5f@yfUo!
June 1, 2020 – “The Story of the Wesley House” by Fanny Palmer in 1911.
June 15, 2020 – “A Sketch of the Judea Female Seminary” by Amy Kenyon in 1911.
June 29, 2020 – “Old Time Industries in Washington” by Edith Heath Rossiter in 1915.