On-Going Exhibit: Blue Collar, Pink Collar, White Collar
“Blue Collar, White Collar, Pink Collar” is the history of work clothes. The items include both men and women’s garments, and represent numerous different types of labor, from mill work, to nursing, office work, and even baseball.
This program is affiliated with “Connecticut at Work,” an initiative created by Connecticut Humanities that explores the past, present, and future of work life in Connecticut.
Mother’s Day Program: Apron Strings – Tied to History
Saturday, May 16; 4:00 p.m.
at Dugan Hall (entry on Union Street)
Bring your mother! Bring an apron to show!
Tickets $10 Call for reservations 860-456-2178
Friendly’s + Mill Museum = Fun!
For anyone bringing a special coupon to Friendly’s on May 19 between 5 and 8 PM, 20% of the bill will go to the Mill Museum.
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?