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.
WTHM Lyceum: Prudence Crandall’s Legacy
Donald E. Williams, Jr., attorney and former Connecticut State Senate President, will present a talk and book signing on his recent publication.
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?
New J. Alden Weir Video
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