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 Annual Spring Tea – April 15th at 4:00 pm

The Windham Textile and History Museum (also known as the Mill Museum) will be having its annual Spring tea intea sipper just a few weeks. On Sunday, April 15, at 4:00 p.m. (tea time), we will be hosting “Tea … and Just Desserts,” tea and homemade desserts with a Spring theme. Deb Hultgren will join us and speak on herbal teas. In the Museum’s historic Dugan Hall, a restored 1920s American Thread Company meeting/program room in a building constructed by the Willimantic Linen Company in 1877. $12 per person. The Mill Museum is located at 411 Main Street / 157 Union Street in Willimantic, CT. Reservations recommended; for reservations, call 860-456-2178 or email themillmuseum@gmail.com



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Take a guided tour of the Mill Museum every Second Sunday of the Month. Our knowledgeable Museum Staff Historians will transport you to another time and place. 2:00 pm on every Second Sunday.

 Saturdays at the Mill Museum

1st Saturdays at 1 p.m. Hysterical Historicals

If you love Willimantic history come by for an informal meeting. There is discussion and show and tell about local history. Bring mystery photos, family letters, business mementos to evoke memories. Free. Coffee.

2nd Saturdays at 2 p.m. Kids’ Club

Kids Club is designed for school-aged children from age 5 to 12. Younger children are welcome to participate with their parents. The programs are planned by Bev York, the Museum’s Director of Education. Events are open to non-members at a small fee.

3rd Saturdays at Museum Lyceum

A new topic of interest every month

4th Saturdays Spinning / Fiber Arts – 

Every 4th Saturday – 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Bring your spinning wheel or your knitting and drop by for this Spinning get together. Organized by professional weaver Peggy Church (email peggychurch@earthlink.net).

4th Saturdays Mill of the Month

Each month we visit and learn about area Mills.


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