Check out these links to photos by talented photographer and Canterbury Historical Society president, Linda Orlomoski: https://plus.google.com/u/1/photos/117869324181898663918/albums/6059080653447665857 https://plus.google.com/u/1/photos/117869324181898663918/albums/6059107586502626769
We couldn’t put on this event without volunteers. Thanks to everyone who stepped up and helped out in any way.
Many thanks to these 2014 Old Home Day Sponsors, whose generosity allows us to keep this fall community celebration free to both exhibitors and attendees:
- Brooklyn Country View Restaurant
- Canterbury Mini-Storage
- Ed’s Garage, Canterbury
- Big Y, Plainfield
- Westminster Tool, Plainfield
- Quinebaug Kennels, Canterbury
- Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Waterford
- Willimantic Waste
- Hart’s Greenhouse & Florist, Canterbury
- Stop & Shop, Norwichtown
- WalMart, Lisbon
- Better Val-U, Canterbury
- Frito-Lay, Dayville
Special thanks to these talented performers who kept the live music flowing throughout the day:
- Mystic Brass Quintet
- Army Sergeant Major Franklin D. May
- Still Pickin’
- Dave Orlomoski with Gordon Titcomb & Dave Aston
- Everett St. Louis with Jack Kerouac & Friends
And sincere gratitude to Canterbury’s dedicated fire police and constables for keeping everyone safe—they’re the best.
Check out coverage of Old Home Day by Denise Coffey in the Reminder News (http://www.courant.com/reminder-news/killingly-edition/rnw-kp-p2-canterbury-old-home-day-0919-20140915-story.html), and on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/CanterburyHistoricalSociety.CT).