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Foods of our Founders

Sunday Series will focus on “Foods of our Founders” In what promises to be a lively afternoon, self-proclaimed foodie Lola Chen will …

Civilian Conservation Corps Camps

CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS CAMPS BOOK TALK & SIGNING Join the Kent Memorial Library and the Kent Historical Society as they welcome Martin …

Rods and Chains

Sunday Series focused on “Rods and Chains” and the unsung hero who surveyed Litchfield County Who gave the landscape of Kent and …

A Trio of Grants

A Trio of  Grants Upgrades the Kent Historical Society’s Archives and Art Storage The Kent Historical Society recently completed a renovation project …

Florence Maybrick

Arsenic and Injustice ~ The Trials of Florence Maybrick By Brian Thomas Her tale stretched from Alabama to England, and ended on …

The Howling Wilderness

“The Howling Wilderness: Western Connecticut in the 18th Century” This video is the entire talk from Jan. 22 Michael Everett, the President …

Oral History: Stories from the Past

Oral History:Stories from the Past By Lynn Mellis Worthington   Capturing historical remembrances through individuals is a program that is alive and …