Fourth of July parade, 1928 Old Canterbury/Plainfield bridge in winter, c.1920 Canterbury Green looking to the northeast, c.1950 Setting the Rochambeau Memorial March marker, May 2006 The Willoughby house at the intersection of Routes 14 & 169, c.1930 Walter Papuga at his Westminster Hill Store, c.1960 Preserving the Cleaveland Cemetery gate, 1976 The Asa Bacon Homestead, c.1900 Recess at the Green School, c. early 1900s Carpenter's hoops ready for delivery, c.1920s Calvary Chapel, c.1940s Butts Bridge under construction, 1936 Near Old RT 14 Quinebaug Bridge, c.1912 Arthur Bennett's sawmill, c.1920 Charles Barstow with buggy, c. early 1900s John Warner Barber print of Canterbury Green, 1835 Jonathan Wheeler House -- built 1760 Dr. Helen Baldwin & family, c.1945 The Flood of August 1955
 
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Friday, December 13th 2013 at 6:00 PM (not our usual 7:00!), brief business session followed by dinner
 
Location: Community Room of the Canterbury Town Hall - 1 Municipal Drive, Canterbury, Connecticut, 06331  
   

Holiday Potluck Supper

You're cordially invited to join us for the annual holiday potluck supper, which is free and open to the public. The cost of admission is only a dish of any sort for the potluck meal, and donation of a non-perishable food item for Canterbury Cares, our local food pantry. We never worry about a balanced potluck meal—we just eat whatever shows up. Once a year, what could it hurt? Please bring and share your favorite dish of any description, and invite a friend to come along.

There's no program planned, just a brief business session followed by dinner and visiting.

The Canterbury Historical Society's regular monthly meetings are on the second Friday of the month, except for July and August, when we take a summer break. We are happy to send email announcements of meetings and events to nonmembers. If you do not receive notices and would like to be added to our list, please send a note, including your full name and the email address where you wish to receive notices, to info@canterburyhistorical.org.

 

 

Cliff Williams with saw rig, c.1920s The Prudence Crandall House, c. early 1900s First Congregational Church, December 1963 First Congregational Church fire, December 1963 Ford (Fort) Ned remains, 2002 Frink & Wright Store, c.1930 Canterbury Grange, c. 1920s Teacher Happie K. Tracy, c. 1950s Fly rod maker Hiram Hawes, c. 1920s Henry Larkham & friend, c. 1900s Canterbury Plains, c. early 1900s Statue of Moses Cleaveland in Cleveland, Ohio Bennett's skunk farm on Graff Road, c.1920s

 

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