Historic Bus Tour in Celebration of Redding’s 250th Anniversary
Saturday October 21, 2 – 3:30 p.m.
Come join local author and historian, Dan Cruson, for a bus tour of Redding that highlights many historic locations that were featured in Mark Twain Library’s town-wide-read of “My Brother Sam is Dead”. Starting at the farm we will travel past the location of Meeker’s Tavern, the Anglican Church, Col. John Read’s house, Putnam Park, Gallows Hill, and more.
Recommended for 5th graders thru adults
$25 per member, $30 per non-member
Please register here or by calling (203) 938-2117.
A SPECIAL SCHOOL’S OUT PROGRAM!
Spend a Fascinating Afternoon with a Schaghticoke Council Member
Tuesday November 7
Walk & Talk: 12 – 2 p.m.
Native American Snack: 2 – 2:30 p.m.
Native American Storytelling: 2:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Native American lifeways, past and present, will be shared during a intriguing walk and talk with an esteemed member of the Schaghticoke Council. Darlene Kascak, Education Coordinator, from the Institute for American Indian Studies, will take us through our encampment and museum and provide new insights into CT’s indigenous people.
Immediately after the walk and talk participants will be offered a Native American snack!
Walk, Talk, & Snack is recommended for 5th graders through adults.
Storytelling is for people of all ages.
Storytelling is Free!
$15 per member, $20 per non-member for Walk, Talk, & Snack
Please register for the Walk, Talk, & Snack here or by calling (203) 938-2117.
Please register for Storytelling here or by calling (203) 938-2117.