"History Field Trip for Homeschooled Children"
Field trip to the Lebanon Historical Society for homeschooled children.
Program begins promptly at 10 am at the First Congregational Church.\
Cost = $8/child
Registration and pre-payment is required to participate.
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.