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New Exhibit: Blue Collar, Pink Collar, White Collar

Amer_Thread tshirtThe Windham Textile and History Museum (the Mill Museum) presents our new exhibit on American Work Clothes from Colonial Times to the Present.  Come and see the new exhibit! 

This exhibit is funded in part by a grant from the Connecticut Humanities.




Holidays Around the World Tea and “Just Desserts”

just desserts flyer 2014Sunday, November 23; 4:00-6:00pm

A fundraiser to benefit the Windham Textile and History Museum’s programs featuring desserts from many countries served at beautifully decorated tables representing holidays in other countries. 





AdoptAWindowWTHM’s second building, the Dugan Mill, now needs sprucing up.

The Mill Museum would like to renovate/restore/repair these historic windows which are all in need of re-caulking, scraping, repainting, rope and weight replacement and in some case replacement of cracked glass.

Can you help us restore the 19 windows of the two floors of Dugan?

Click here for more details.


New J. Alden Weir Video

JaldenweirDr. Anne Dawson at Eastern Connecticut State University has created a web site on the great impressionist artist, Julian Alden Weir, and Windham, CT.  http://weirinwindham.org

In the late 1800s and early 1900s Weir lived in Windham Center (and elsewhere), married into a Windham Center family, and painted many Windham/Willimantic scenes.  The newest addition to the site is a video documentary called “Love at First Sight: J. Alden Weir in Windham CT, 1882-1919.”

Check out the video here: http://vimeo.com/106756172


Call to Artists – My Windham Project

My Windham

The Mill Museum has joined with several other people and organizations in the Windham/Willimantic area to work on the My Windham Project.

The purpose of the project is to promote Windham/Willimantic as an arts and culture community.  If you are an artist, check it out.




wyeth print flood gatesWyeth Prints For Sale

Local artist A. N. Wyeth has painted a new watercolor of the historic Willimantic Falls mill site, depicting the old stone flood gate that once controlled water flow from the Willimantic River into the head race for the old Number Three Mill, demolished in the 1920s.  Prints are $50 each. They are only available from the Windham Textile and History Museum.  For more information about this and other A. N. Wyeth prints, along with an order form, click *here*.


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