Film (2 for 1): Connecticut Towns: Iron & Ivory in Connecticut: Watch two films about Connecticut’s industrial history: Visions of Iron, 2008, produced by the Sharon Historical Society, followed by, Legacies of White Gold, 2005, directed by Gary Ribchinsky. USA. 65 min total. Not Rated.
After the screening stay for a discussion with author and Connecticut Humanities discussion facilitator David Garnes.
CT At Work: A Connecticut Humanities Initiative
Since the fall of 2013 the Connecticut Humanities Council has led a statewide initiative to engage residents in an in-depth exploration of CT at Work.
Saturday, July 12, 2pm | Bill Cunningham New York
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Big Bash Colt Festival: Tour of the Samuel & Elizabeth Colt Collections: Join Alyce Perry Englund, Richard Koopman Associate Curator for American Decorative Arts, on a tour through the Colt Collection. Meet at the Information Desk by the Museum Shop; free with admission.
At 10:30am join us for an all-ages tour of objects on view related to Samuel Colt.
Preview your visit with our new slideshow of Colt Collection objects here.
The Big Bash Colt Festival is a city-wide celebration of Samuel Colt’s 200th birthday, showcasing Hartford’s rich collection of historic Colt assets and materials.
Movies & Music: Ninotchka: In this comedy, a hardcore Russian woman sent to Paris on official business finds herself attracted to a man who represents everything she is trained to detest. 1939. USA. Not Rated. B&W. Directed by Ernst Lubitsch. Starring Greta Garbo and Melvyn Douglas.
Members receive FREE admission and one free drink. Regular film admission prices apply to non-members.
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MOVIES & MUSIC UNDER THE STARS: On Friday evenings in July and August join us for live music, food, and a classic film under the stars outside in Gengras Court!
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