Prepay here, on the Mill Museum website, via the links above or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve and pay.
FOR WALKING TOURS –
PLEASE PRE-PAY or bring exact cash. The staff can not make change at the site.
The tours start promptly. Parking may be limited.
Participants should caravan or carpool.Bring water & snacks.
For the safety of our patrons, volunteers and staff, all upcoming activities will continue to be “masks only” until we feel everyone is vaccinated and we all are truly clear of Covid-19.
All Month Long in May, 2022Join us in collecting used clothes and small household items during the month of May. These items will be sold to Savers to benefit the Museum in early June. Bring your used clothes in garbage bags to the museum during our open hours.
Call or email us with any questions!
Hobby Hats: Women in the Army
Sunday, May 15th 2022 at 2pmJoin Chelsey Knyff, the museum’s Curatorial Director partnering with BHistorical, a local nonprofit dedicated to educating on Women’s roles in the military on this special presentation! Learn about how the Women’s Army Corps was formed and the social implications of this move. See original artifacts including clothing, equipment, and other items that women used overseas and on the home front.
Drop-In Spinning Bee
May 28th, 10am-1pm, 2022
Drop-in Spinning Bee with Peggy Church. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. The Mill Museum’s second floor, Willimantic. Stop by and bring your wheel. Vaccinations required. All skill levels and visitors are welcome. Free admission. For information, directions, or just to let us know you're coming, email email@example.com.