Courant Community Newspaper Article on Our November 5th Tour of Canterbury Green National Historical District

On November 5, the Canterbury Historical society hosted a group of visitors from UConn as part of the university’s planned outings to visit all 169 towns in Connecticut.

The Courant Community article about the tour is at this link.
http://www.courant.com/community/canterbury/hc-kn-1117-canterbury-history-walk-20161115-story.html

More about the tour on its webpage  on this site.
http://canterburyhistorical.org/?event=canterbury-historical-society-hosts-walking-tour-of-canterbury-green-national-historic-district-with-UConn

A few photos on Facebook.
https://www.facebook.com/pg/CanterburyHistoricalSociety.CT/photos/?tab=album&album_id=10154020013618372

Courant Community Newspaper Coverage of Our Walktober Event on the Historic Clark Property

On October 28, 2016, the historical society once again participated in The Last Green Valley’s annual Walktober event, welcoming visitors to the historic Captain John Clark in property in Canterbury for a walk and talk. Thanks to reporter Denise Coffey of the Courant Community newspaper for this coverage of the event.
http://www.courant.com/community/canterbury/hc-kn-canterbury-walktober-1110-20161108-story.html

A Few Photos of the Narrated Walk in the National Historic District, November 5, 2016

Our guests for this walking tour hosted by the Canterbury Historical Society were from the Connecticut State Museum of Natural History and Connecticut Archaeology Center at UConn.

See a few photos and a brief description of the walk at the following link.
https://www.facebook.com/pg/CanterburyHistoricalSociety.CT/photos/?tab=album&album_id=10154020013618372

See the walk’s webpage at this link.
http://canterburyhistorical.org/?event=canterbury-historical-society-hosts-walking-tour-of-canterbury-green-national-historic-district-with-UConn

Visitors leaving the historic one-room Green district schoolhouse to begin the narrated walk
Visitors leaving the historic one-room Green District Schoolhouse to begin the narrated walk (photo by Jim Olson)