2013 WINTER LECTURE SERIES
Canton Historical Society Museum
Lectures are held at the Canton Community Center
(Rear of Canton Public Library)
Dyer Avenue, Collinsville on Sunday afternoons at 2:00 p.m.
Admission: $5, $4 members of the Canton Historical Soc.
January 27 TAVERN SIGNS: Art and Advertising in Early America
Richard C. Malley, Head of Research and Collections
Connecticut Historical Society Museum, Hartford
February 10 THE ROOTS OF JOHN BROWN: His Canton Connections
Nora McCarsky, Chair of Social Studies Department
Canton High School and Intermediate School
February 24 HISTORY OF IRON MAKING IN NORTHWEST CONN.
Walter Michaels, Retired Engineer and Author of book on the above subject containing his original paintings
March 10 SO YOU THINK YOU HAVE SEEN….WHAT?
Changes in Wildlife in the Farmington Valley
Jay Kaplan, Director, Roaring Brook Nature Center.
Solicitation for the benefit of Canton Historical Society Museum by:
Town of Canton
4 Market Street
PO Box 168
Collinsville, CT 06022