Ledyard Congregational to host History Day Oct. 20
Ledyard — The Ledyard Congregational Church is hosting a townwide history day from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 20. Ten historic locations around town, including the church meetinghouse and loft, the Bill Library history room, and the Way Station, will be open for tours with guides in period clothing.
After the tours, the church will host a clam chowder dinner with live music by the church band and skits depicting key events in the town's history.
All activities are free, with donations accepted. For information, call (860) 464-9926. The church is located at 722 Colonel Ledyard Highway in Ledyard.
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