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This listing was prepared well in advance of the events below. Many of the events have since been postponed or cancelled as a precaution to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, now a pandemic. If you must (or choose) to attend any of these events, we suggest you call and verify that it will be taking place as planned.
July 4 in Norwich, Connecticut:
Be Revolutionary—Event features Sons of Liberty presentation, signing of the Declaration of Independence. living history presenters, and more. For more information: Leffingwell House Museum, (860) 889-9440.
August 14 in Norwich, Connecticut:
Living History Begins Outdoors—Event features Colonial home crafts, living history presenters, and more. For more information: Leffingwell House Museum, (860) 889-9440.
August 20 to August 22 in Mystic, Connecticut:
The Wooden Boat Show—Show features more than 100 traditional and classic wooden boats of every type on display, from hand-crafted kayaks to mahogany runabouts, to classic daysailers and schooners and includes demonstrations and workshops throughout the weekend and exhibitors offering items for sale including maritime art, antiques, tools, books, nautical gear, and more. For more information: Mystic Seaport Museum, (888) 556-5799.
October 2 in Wethersfield, Connecticut:
39th Annual Old Wethersfield Arts and Crafts Fair—Fair features artisans selling their wares and includes music and more. For more information: Wethersfield Historical Society, (860) 529-7656.
Artists appearing in the 20201 Directory of Traditional American Crafts have been selected, and the best of their handiwork has been photographed at Cedar Grove, an 18th Century house museum operated by the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Look for the Directory in our August 2021 issue.
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