Colonial Life Series: Weaving Thru History

April 28th: The Colonial Life Series Continues with "Weaving Thru History"

Weaving was already an ancient art in the colonial era, but how did it evolve and what were the advancements made by the 18th century that allowed colonial women to provide their families with linens & clothing? Join Glebe Director, LoriAnn Witte, for this virtual presentation about the history of weaving and its effect on the production of necessities, decorative arts and fashion.

Date: Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Time: 6:30 pm

Location: Zoom

Program Fee: Free - Donations Gratefully Accepted

Registration: Follow link to Eventbrite for Tickets.

Sponsored by: The Women's Giving Circle of Connecticut Community Foundation

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November - April: The Museum is closed for the season. The Museum will reopen for regular tours in May 1st.


May - Mid-October: The Glebe House Museum will be open for guided tours Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 1:00 - 3:30.

The Museum Shop is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 1:00 - 4:00 for information and purchases. 

The Gertrude Jekyll Garden:  Open year round, 7 days per week, dawn-dusk, for self-guided tours.

*Please follow proper "social distancing" when visiting. 

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Garden Suggested Donation - $2.00

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