The Danbury Museum & Historical Society launched their latest exhibit, "Collections, Community, & Conversation...Continued this winter.
The cases in Huntington Hall, the museum exhibit space, are filled with a wealth of interesting objects gleaned from the collections of individuals from The Greater Danbury area. On display is an eclectic mix of objects including vintage bottle openers, robots, custard cups, Disney memorabilia, militaria, pottery, bells, buttons, kites and much more.
The exhibit will be open to the public Wednesday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Collections will be on display through March 21, 2015.
In addition, the museum will be hosting several free documentary film programs on the subject of craft, collecting and object appraisal throughout the exhibit run. A schedule of events and additional information will be available on the museum website
About the DMHSA:
The Danbury Museum & Historical Society was formed in 1947 to acquire, preserve, exhibit and interpret New England's past; focusing particularly on the heritage of Danbury. Situated in downtown Danbury, the museum preserves the John and Mary Rider House (c.1785), the Dodd Hat Shop (c. 1790), the Marian Anderson Studio and the Charles Ives Birthplace. Huntington Hall, a modern exhibit building houses the museum offices and research library.
For more event information www.litchfieldhills.com