Pomfret Historical Society Events

THE POMFRET HISTORICAL SOCIETY AND TYRONE FARM PRESENT:

FIVE CONNECTICUT TROUBADOURS! 

A Last Green Valley “WALKTOBER” Family Event

Performances By:
SALLY ROGERS, HUGH BLUMENFELD, PHIL ROSENTHAL, KALA FARNHAM, KATE CALLAHAN

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22nd AT 4:00 P.M.
IN THE TYRONE FARM BARN, POMFRET, CT

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS:

  • Baegary Charitable Trust
  • 85 Main, Vanilla Bean Café, Metro Bistrot
  • Centreville Bank, Pomfret Proprietors, Loos & Co., The Woodstock Academy Alumni Association, Rectory School, Grill 37
  • Weiss, Hale And Zahansky, Pomfret Lions, Watercure Distillery, Pomfret Wine And Spirits, Pizza 101, Printing By Chase Graphics

Event Registration and Ticket Purchase

Please purchase your tickets and fill out the registration form in case we need to contact you for any reason. THANKS!

Adult Ticket Purchase & Youth Pass Reservation

Adult Tickets are $20.00
Youth [K—12 FREE ADMISSION WITH PASS]
Limited Seating - Advanced Tickets Recommended

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FIVE CONNECTICUT TROUBADOURS!



TICKETS & PASSES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE AT:
THE VANILLA BEAN, GRILL 37, WATERCURE FARM, POMFRET WINE AND SPIRITS, AND METRO BISTROT (SOUTHBRIDGE)

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Pomfret Historical Society Presents

HISTORY MATTERS : 2022 SPEAKER PRESENTATIONS

Open to the Public

FORTHCOMING at the Pomfret Community Center

Date Presentation
SEPTEMBER 10
SAT., 10 AM
COMMON SENSE: LAST  GREEN  VALLEY  GREENS  & COMMONS
with Bill Reid
OCTOBER 8
SAT., 10 AM
WALTER WOODWARD, CT STATE HISTORIAN
OCTOBER 22
4—6 PM
CONNECTICUT  TROUBADOURS AT  TYRONE FARM
A “WALKTOBER” Concert at Tyrone Farm in Pomfret
featuring five singer/musicians who have held the title of CT State Troubadour:
Sally Rogers, Hugh Blumenfeld, Nekita Weller, Phil Rosenthal, Kate Callahan
NOV. 12
SAT., 10 AM
COLONIAL FOOD SUPPLY AND FOODWAYS
with Caroline Sloat

 

RECENT PRESENTATIONS

Date Presentation
November HISTORY OF THE WOODSTOCK ACADEMY
with Robert Smith, Academy Historian
January HISTORIC POMFRET BOUNDARIES AND HOUSES
with Walt Hinchman, Historian, Rectory School and Pomfret School
February ANTIQUE PHOTOGRAPHY
with Hunter Neal
March THE WINDHAM (CT) TEXTILE MILL
with Bev York, Windham Mill Educational Consultant
April THE 1696 CHANDLER HOUSE
with Jay Livernois
MAY 14
SAT., 10 AM
THE NOTABLES & NOTORIOUS OF THE LAST GREEN VALLEY
with Bill Reid, Chief Ranger, The Last Green Valley
JUNE 11 SAT.
10 AM
TOUR OF WATERCOURSE DISTILLERY, RT. 44, POMFRET
AUGUST 13
SAT., 10 AM
THE HISTORIC MILLS OF POMFRET
with Dick Symonds

 

"Waking the Dead"

Archaeology, Genealogy and Archival Research of Enslaved Africans and Native Americans Four Workshops on research techniques and burial ground restoration featuring the enslaved Africans of Jonathan Randall from 1777 up to the Civil War.

Workshop included tours of historic sites and demonstrations on repairing and cleaning gravestones.

Series is funded by a grant from CThumanties. The Last Green Valley provided filming of all parts of the 4 days under the direction of Fran Kefalas.