Revolutionary Times Discovered - Field Trip for Homeschooled Children
Field trip to the Lebanon Historical Society for homeschooled children.
Check in at the First Congregational Church at 12 noon
Pick up at the Alden Tavern Public Parking Lot at 3:15 pm
Cost – $8/child or free to Family Membership holders
Registration & pre-payment required
Images & Memories of Amos Congdon: Woodsman
A presentation by documentary and artistic photographer,
Co-sponsored with the Four Seasons Model T Club
This program is free to members of the Lebanon Historical Society and the Four Seasons Model T Club.
Non-members admission if $5, payable at the door.
Connecticut's Historic Gardens - 7:00 pm
Learn about the history and beauty of 15 distinctive historic sites and gardens that
have charmed and inspired visitors for a century or more.
This program is co-sponsored with the Lebanon Garden Club and will be held at the Lebanon Historical Society.
John Adams & Thomas Jefferson - A Presentation by George Baker
A portrayal of John Adams by George Baker
"Painting Patriotism, Healing Wounds: The Art of Col. John Trumbull
Talk by State Historian, Walt Woodward
"Dark Sky Over Lebanon" - POSTPONED TO FRIDAY 8/3/18
Dark Sky Over Lebanon
An exploration of our planetary neighbors
9:00 – 10:30 pm
POSTPONED TO Rain date, Friday, August 3, 9:00- 10:30 pm
Changes in Lebanon's Landscape - What Would Thoreau Think?
A Talk by Robert M. Thorson
Wed., June 6 at 7 pm
Culinary & Medicinal Plants of the Colonial Period
Illustrated presentation by Master Gardener, Debra Hultgren.
Program is free for Historical Society and Garden Club members
and $2 for non-members.
~ Refreshements ~
History of Connecticut Beer Making - **SOLD OUT**
Will Siss the “Beer Snob” and author of “Connecticut Beer, A History of Nutmeg State Brewing” will give a talk on the history and present state of Connecticut brewing. A tasting will follow his program.