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ZOOM EVENTS

 JUNE – JULY

WALKING TOURS

JULIA DE BURGOS PARK

THE LORAX

JUNE 5, 10-11:30AM

SATURDAY STROLL

WILLIMANTIC BRIDGES

JUNE 12 10-11:30 AM

Bring $10 CASH

A family event. Bev York from the Mill Museum will read the Lorax by Dr. Seuss at Julia de Burgos Poetry Park at 10 a.m. The park is located at the corner of Jackson Street and Curbstone Way.

Children are invited to bring a poem to share. Sponsored by the Mill Museum.  FREE.  Donations are always appreciated.

 

MASKS REQUIRED

The Racial Revolution: History 101 

Third  of three programs teaching American History through visiting local  19th century sites.

A slow-paced out-of-doors walking tour which will last approximately 3 hours. 

A tour through Norwich of sites important to African American freedom and civil rights.   $15   

This project kicks off to honor National Sewing Machine Day.

For a $25 donation to the Mill Museum you will  receive a matted photo of a vintage toy machine, a pamphlet sharing its story and a lovely lace sewing machine ornament as shown in the top photo.

Click on the donate button above to make your choice of one of the fine machines in our collection.

WEDNESDAY EVENING WALK

EXPLORE THE THREAD MILL

JUNE 16, 6-8:30PM

PAINTING IN

THE PARK

JUNE 19, 3-6:00PM

SPINNING BEE WITH PEGGY CHURCH

JUNE 26, 10AM – 1PM

Bring $10 CASH

Paint in the Park

Join The Mill Museum’s Educational Director,

Bev York, and explore the exterior of the Thread Mill Properties.

 

Approximately 90 minutes.

 $10

 

See the bottom of this page for additional information.

 

Mill Museum Educator, Bev York, is gathering artists for a painting party with Bev instructing. Teens and adults are welcome.

Meet at Heritage State Park across from the Museum.

Bring your own refreshments, a chair and an easel or a small table.

There will be art supplies.

Approximately 90 minutes.

See the bottom of this page for additional information.

Our popular Spinning Bee is back and will be held inside Dugan Hall, windows wide open, SOCIAL DISTANCING & MASKS REQUIRED. 

DRESS FOR OPEN AIR

PLEASE – For the sake of Spinners with pre-existing conditions, If you have not been vaccinated, don’t participate until you have had your shots and it is safer for all involved.  FREE,

DONATION APPRECIATED

WHERE THEY STOOD – 3

THE RACIAL REVOLUTION

JUNE 26 10AM – 1PM

JULY EVENTS ARE

BEING PLANNED

 

BRATTLE BOOK PRESENTATION & VALUATION

AUGUST 25, 6:30-8:30 PM

Price Tiers Walk Tours

we are composing

our itinerary

Price Tiers Guest Lecture

The Racial Revolution: History 101 

Third  of three programs teaching American History through visiting local  19th century sites.

A slow-paced out-of-doors walking tour which will last approximately 3 hours. 

A tour through Norwich of sites important to African American freedom and civil rights.   $15   

Stay tuned as we arrange July Events . . .




 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Brattle Book Appraisers will be at the Mill Museum with a presentation about rare and collectible books.

Guests can bring one book and have it appraised by the certified professional.

Attendees get an early bird chance at the Crazy Quilt Book Sale, not open to the general public until the 27th.

SOCIAL DISTANCING & MASKS REQUIRED.

CRAZY QUILT BOOK SALE

August 27-29 10AM – 4PM

NIGHTMARE on MAIN

PHOBIA

OCTOBER

The Mill Museum will hold a book sale in the Faith Kenton room of Dugan Hall, Union Street Entrance, on Aug. 27-29 (Fri. through Sun.), with a Bag Sale at the end of the final day to move the last books out.

Please don’t drop off books at eh museum without an appointment.  Contact themillmuseum.org to donate books.

Free.  Cash donations gratefully accepted.

This year’s theme is PHOBIA; things which make your skin crawl or force you to jump out of your seat and run from the room.

Tickets will go on sale as soon as we have further details.  The event will be held inside the American Thread Mill.

Donate to help us make this exhibit bigger and better. 

Volunteer if you want to be part of it.

Prepay here, on the Mill Museum website, via the links above.

or e-mail

themillmuseum@gmail.com
to reserve and pay.

FOR WALKING TOURS – 

PLEASE PRE-PAY or bring exact cash.  Bev can not make change at the site.

The tour starts promptly.  Parking may be limited.   Participants should caravan or carpool. 

Bring water & snacks.

Itineraries with be emailed to people who prepay.

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. 

 

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