The staff of the Phelps-Hatheway House invites you to join them on Sunday afternoons in August, starting at 2 p.m. Noted scholars in the fields of historic gardening, woodworking and Native American culture will present a lecture followed by summer treats. Tours of the historic museum are included in admission.
About 30 people gathered by the performance platform at Babb’s Beach on May 31 for the grateful celebration honoring Nelson Babb and his family. They also celebrated the new flagpole installed by Citizens Restoring Congamond (CRC).
If you are of Polish descent and attending college this fall, you may be eligible for a $1000 scholarship! The Polish American Journal Foundation (PAJF) is a non-profit organization that promotes Polish and Polish American culture and traditions across the country.
This summer the Suffield Historical Society is displaying a new exhibit at its King House Museum entitled “Clothing From the Attic.” Professionally mounted by consultant Stacey Danielson with help from summer intern Myra Edmonds, a student of fashion history and design at NYU, the exhibit highlights some of the best pieces of a collection which has been in storage for many years.
It’s time that FOFAH begins the preparation of Hilltop Farm to host Farm Fest weekend with a dinner on Saturday and an agricultural festival on Monday, Labor Day. The Annual Harvest Dinner & Silent Auction is scheduled for Saturday, August 31.
Alex Scott is gone, a victim of childhood cancer. But her lemonade stands live on, raising funds to fight that vicious adversary, and a group of dedicated local women called Driving for a Cure held an event in Suffield on May 18 to support the cause.