APRIL

Saturday, April 8 2017 :: Ham and Bean Supper

What: Ham and Bean Supper
Sponsors: Canterbury Community Center Friends of Prudence Crandall Museum, Inc. and the Canterbury Lions Club
Where: Canterbury Community Center
When: Saturday April 8, 2017
Time: 4:30 – 7:00 pm
ham and bean dinner

MAY

Saturday, May 6 :: Friends of Prudence Crandall Museum, Inc.
Annual Meeting and Board of Directors Election

Where: Prudence Crandall Museum
When: Saturday May 6, 2017
Time: 1:00 – 3:00 pm

The Public is invited to attend.
 

Saturday, May 13 :: Museum Docent Training

When: Saturday May 13th  10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Where: Prudence Crandall Museum

Lisa Joseph, Museum Guide, will lead an in-depth tour of the museum, focusing on
the “A Place at the Table” installation, the portrait of Prudence Crandall, and the museum
collections.

*Note: Docents are required to work at the museum at least 1 day each month from May
through November, and additional training days during the season.

Saturday, May 20 :: Saturday Symposium

Saturday Symposium – Canterbury Community Center

 

download flyer here

download flyer here

Symposium: Participants will attend the Symposium, “Lives and Legacies”

When: Saturday May 20; 10 am – 4 pm
Where: Canterbury Community Center – 1 Municipal Drive, Canterbury, CT 06331

Admission: $ 25.00 (includes training materials and tickets to the Symposium)

For more information or to register, Please call the Prudence Crandall Museum at 860-546-7800.

The presenters are:

 

Saturday, June 10 :: Annual Open House Day

Free admission. Free make-a-whirlygig activity sponsored by the Friends of the Prudence Crandall Museum, Inc.
 

 

July 29th :: Music at Twilight

 

Where: Lawn of the Museum
When: 5:00-7:30 pm
Performing: Lara Herscovitch

 

 

Biography

“Pure musical poetry” (The Courier), Lara Herscovitch’s music is an original blend of modern folk with blues, jazz & pop influences. With a voice “clear and smooth like expensive liquor” (Northeast Performer), her music is “expertly written prose, songwriting at its best; good for your ears AND your soul” (Sound Waves). Former Connecticut State Troubadour, Lara brings a charm, authenticity, and love of performing that resonates with diverse audiences. She has extensive experience as a policy social worker, and has worked in the US, Latin America and Asia – focusing on education, community development, and juvenile justice. Echoes of these themes resonate throughout her music. Lara has appeared as a guest on A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor and tours from Maine to Miami.
“Singer-songwriter Lara Herscovitch doesn’t write songs just for the ears, but also for the heart and soul.” (Daily Journal, Tupelo MS).

 

 

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Friends volunteers of all ages in period clothing, celebrating the 4th of July in the annual Canterbury parade.

Friends volunteers of all ages in period clothing, celebrating the 4th of July in the annual Canterbury parade.