Lectures

Letters of Litchfield: A Historic Reading

6:30 pm

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You are invited to a very special performance by the Theater Company of the United States. “Letters of Litchfield: A Historic Reading” will bring to life Litchfield’s history as talented performers read aloud real letters, diaries, newspaper blurbs and other written words selected from the Litchfield Historical Society’s archives. From the humorous to the poignant, discover the history of Litchfield in a fun and captivating way. The performance will be followed by a reception. Hosted by LCC and Litchfield Historical Society. (snow day is Feb. 6)

Women's Forum: "Creating a Garden"

2:30 pm

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The Women's Forum of Litchfield welcomes all! “Creating a Garden” Cameron Bove, Horticulturist and Organic Framer, will talk about the challenges and fun of creating gardens. The event will be open to non-Forum members with a $10 fee at the door, which includes a High Tea reception. The contacts for more information are 860-567-3966 and womensforumoflitchfield.org.

"The Impact of Slavery on America" lecture

2:00 pm

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Mark Albertson, historical research editor at Army Aviation magazine & historian for the Army Aviation Association of America, Mr. Albertson is a long time member of the US Naval Institute and has authored several books, published and spoke on numerous articles on history and current events. He will be discussing the 400th Anniversary of Dutch traders bringing the first 20 Black “laborers” to Colonial America and the influx of blacks from Africa, victims of the Slave Trade.

Women's Forum: "Beethoven Unvarnished"

2:30 pm

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The Women's Forum of Litchfield welcomes all! “Beethoven Unvarnished” Dr. Vincent de Luise, Cultural Ambassador of the Waterbury Symphony Orchestra and Assistant Professor at the Yale School of Medicine, will provide us with a fascinating tour of Beethoven’s life, his music, his illnesses, his “Immortal Beloved” and his eternal legacy. The event will be open to non-Forum members with a $10 fee at the door, which includes a High Tea reception. The contacts for more information are 860-567-3966 and womensforumoflitchfield.org.

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