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Passionate Puritans: Love & Marriage in Colonial New England;

Education/Lectures

Denison Homestead Museum, 120 Pequotsepos Road, Mystic, CT , 06355

Come enjoy traveling back in time for an unforgettable afternoon full of tales of love, marriage, and tragedy in southern New England.  Join writer and independent scholar, Katherine Dimancescu, as she offers an intriguing look at colonial courtship and marriage. Her engaging presentation will also highlight local and regional colonial history blended with true stories of
intrepid couples who were among New England's courageous early settlers. Seating is limited. Reservations recommended. $5.00 Suggested donation.

Sunday, March 22 2pm  “Udder Destruction”  Presented by Lindsay Randall of the Robert S. Peabody Museum of Archaeology A fascinating look at the role of dairy farming in the creation  of conflicts in 17th century New England. Members free, non-members $2.;

Education/Lectures

Lebanon Historical Society Museum, 856 Trumbull Hwy, Lebanon, , 06249

Sunday, March 1
2pm
From Bonnets to Bell Bottoms: A Century of Connecticut Fashion
Presented by Karen DePauw of the Connecticut Historical Society
Learn about 100 years of fashion history, from the 1860s to the 1960s.
Members free, non-members $2. Refreshments Served.
Held at the Lebanon Historical Society Museum
located at 856 Trumbull Hwy., Lebanon
For more information call 860-642-6579
museum@historyoflebanon.org
www.historyoflebanon.org

Sunday, March 22 2pm  “Udder Destruction”  Presented by Lindsay Randall of the Robert S. Peabody Museum of Archaeology A fascinating look at the role of dairy farming in the creation  of conflicts in 17th century New England. Members free, non-members $2.;

Education/Lectures

Lebanon Historical Society Museum, 856 Trumbull Hwy, Lebanon, , 06249

Sunday, March 1
2pm
From Bonnets to Bell Bottoms: A Century of Connecticut Fashion
Presented by Karen DePauw of the Connecticut Historical Society
Learn about 100 years of fashion history, from the 1860s to the 1960s.
Members free, non-members $2. Refreshments Served.
Held at the Lebanon Historical Society Museum
located at 856 Trumbull Hwy., Lebanon
For more information call 860-642-6579
museum@historyoflebanon.org
www.historyoflebanon.org

Technology Help Sessions

Monday, Mar. 2, 2015, 6:00 pm

Education/Lectures

Bill Memorial Library, 240 Monument Street, Groton, CT , 06340

A new free service offered by the Bill Memorial Library in Groton starting in March! Mondays from 6pm-8pm and Thursdays 2pm-4pm, staff will be on hand to answer questions about e-readers, tablets, computer programs, and internet use. Email staff.billmemorial@gmail.com to set up a 30 minute appointment!

New London History Series

Tuesday, Mar. 3, 2015, 7:00 pm

Education/Lectures

Public Library of New London, 63 Huntington St., New London, CT , 06320

Contact: Madhu Gupta 860-447-1411 x 3 mgupta@plnl.org
Join New London historian Sally Ryan and learn more about the history of New London. This series of programs runs on Tuesdays from March 3 through April 7.

March 3 —The CT Colony and Pequot War

March 10—New London’s Early Years: 1646 –1775

March 17—The Revolutionary War

March 24—Whaling 1820-1860

March 31—Railroads and the Industrial Revolution

April 7—1938 Hurricane to the Present

The Series is Free but Registration is requested.

Island Life: The Ecology of Our Barrier Islands

Thursday, Mar. 5, 2015, 7:00 pm
Island Life: The Ecology of Our Barrier Islands;

Education/Lectures

Old Lyme Town Hall, 52 Lyme St., Old Lyme, CT , 06371

Guest Speaker: Biologist Kris Vagos and Shaun Roche of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Naturalist Corrie Folsom-O'Keefe of Audubon Connecticut
Connecticut's shoreline is one of the most developed places on the east coast, but there are still a few natural areas that remain where specific wildlife thrive. Charismatic bird species like great egrets, American oystercatchers, and glossy ibis return to Connecticut's undeveloped barrier islands to nest and raise their young. Nearby marshes and mudflats teem with fish, shellfish, snails and other life to help maintain the delicate balance of our estuary.

Join us as we explore the natural history of this unique habitat through an interactive presentation followed by Q&A.

Technology Help Sessions

Thursday, Mar. 5, 2015, 2:00 pm

Education/Lectures

Bill Memorial Library, 240 Monument Street, Groton, CT , 06340

A new free service offered by the Bill Memorial Library in Groton starting in March! Mondays from 6pm-8pm and Thursdays 2pm-4pm, staff will be on hand to answer questions about e-readers, tablets, computer programs, and internet use. Email staff.billmemorial@gmail.com to set up a 30 minute appointment!

Mother-Infant Breastfeeding Support Group

Friday, Mar. 6, 2015, 10:00 am
Mother-Infant Breastfeeding Support Group;

Education/Lectures

Women and Family Life Center, 96 Fair Street, Guilford, CT , 06437

This is an informal support group for moms and infants. In the comfort of a small group, you may discuss anything from breastfeeding challenges to pumping and going back to work. Older siblings welcomed. Pre-registration required. No fee. Visit www.womenandfamilylife.org.

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