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Collection of New Haven Museum
Greater New Haven
"Fun, Fascinating and Made in the Elm City: ‘From Clocks to Lollipops: Made in New Haven’"
Venue: New Haven Museum
Dates: September 18, 2014 - December 31, 2015

From the Colonial era to the present day, New Haven has produced an astonishing variety of goods, including hardware, carriages, automobile parts and accessories, firearms, corsets, clocks, carpeting, rubber overshoes, clothing, musical instruments, and candy - just to name a few.  From Clocks to Lollipops: Made in New Haven” features a wide-ranging and sometimes humorous look at the production of consumer goods in New Haven over the past three centuries.


Francis Oliver Hale in uniform
River Valley
"Hale Family Memorabilia"
Venue: Museum on the Green
Dates: February 1, 2015 - November 30, 2015

Passed down to the last male descendent of Francis Hale. The Hale family is one of the more prominent family’s known throughout the history of Glastonbury. The Hale family descends from Samuel Hale, one of the founders of Hartford. Samuel was one of the original settlers, immigrating before 1635. 


German Child's Sewing Machine c. 1900
Fairfield County
"Tropical Luxuriance: The Mansion’s Conservatory, 1868 to 1880"
Venue: Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum
Dates: April 8, 2015 - January 6, 2016

The mansion's newly restored Conservatory is the centerpiece of a colorful new exhibit entitled, Tropical Luxuriance: The Mansion’s Conservatory from 1868 to 1880. Accessed directly from the Library, this small, but distinctive, glass room has been brought to life with a rich installation of silk plants designed by Danna DiElsi, owner of the Silk Touch, and era appropriate pots and furnishings.


Maisiakasauris knopfleri, a small dinosaur
Fairfield County
"Madagascar: Ghosts of the Past"
Venue: Bruce Museum
Dates: April 11, 2015 - November 8, 2015

Have you ever seen a theropad dinosaur? How about apygmy hippo? Or a snub-nosed crocodilian? You can at this exhibition at the Bruce Museum.


Litchfield Hills
Elephant's Trunk Country Flea Market
Venue: 490 Danbury Rd.
Dates: April 12, 2015 - November 29, 2015

Offers antiques and collectibles with food concessions. Plenty of parking, no pets allowed.


Carl Sandburg by Nell Dorr
Litchfield Hills
"Between Two Worlds: The Photography of Nell Dorr"
Venue: Gunn Memorial Museum
Dates: May 3, 2015 - October 31, 2015

This retrospective exhibit commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Horace Mann School's John Dorr Nature Laboratory in Washington and the 75th anniversary of the Dorr Foundation.


Litchfield Hills
Venue: The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
Dates: May 3, 2015 - October 25, 2015

Discover intriguing, specially commissioned installations and never-before-seen works by six artists.


Prudence Crandall House
Mystic Country
"Lives and Legacies: Prudence Crandall's African-American Students"
Venue: The Prudence Crandall Museum
Dates: May 3, 2015 - October 31, 2015

New exhibit that focuses on the lives of the African-American young women educated at the Canterbury Female Boarding School, 1833-1834.


Mystic Country
Connecticut College Arboretum Tours
Venue: Connecticut College Arboretum
Dates: May 9, 2015 - October 31, 2015

Free Saturday guided tours begin May 9 continue through October 31 (no tour May 16 or July 4). Tours start at 10 a.m. and last approximately 90 minutes. Meet at the blue sculpture near New London Hall. No registration required.



Space Suit
River Valley
"Connecticut: 50 Objects/50 Stories"
Venue: Connecticut Historical Society
Dates: May 18, 2015 - October 24, 2015

A 1798 map of Connecticut's Western Reserve, which extended to Ohio. A brass button display. A lithograph of P.T. Barnum's life. A textile union charter. A vintage radio and headphones. A fedora hat. These are just a few of the items that are now on display in this exhibit.

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