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Hidden History Stories Of Connecticut

Jason Mancini loves the state of Connecticut.  He’s lived in the Nutmeg state for nearly all of his life except for a small time away in Rome.  He’s the newest director of Connecticut Humanities and is busy telling the state’s hidden history stories through multiple channels including helping to get these stories into the state’s Read more…

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The Goshen Players

The Goshen Players perform in the former Goshen Town Hall in a town with a 275 year history. Located at the corner of the rotary of Routes 4 and 63, the iconic building has been transformed into a performance space with a raised stage and opportunities for cabaret as well as theater style seating. The Goshen Read more…

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Get Your Connecticut History Right Here!

Since 1825, the Connecticut Historical Society has preserved the glorious and intriguing history of the Nutmeg state. There is a research facility which houses a myriad of comprehensive source materials, manuscripts and artifacts so whether you’re writing a book about the state or researching your family tree, a visit here is essential! There is a Read more…

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