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Sharon Historical Society & Museum will host the ‘Let Them Eat Cake’ benefit on July 2 from 5:30-7 pm at 18 Main Street in Sharon. 

Sharon Historical Society & Museum will host the ‘Let Them Eat Cake’ benefit on July 2 from 5:30-7 pm at 18 Main Street in Sharon. Sharon, CT – Let Them Eat Cake is a festive cocktail reception and cake auction which…

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The Sharon Historical Society will be holding Living History Day

On Saturday, July 27, from 1-4 pm The Sharon Historical Society will be holding Living History Day. Kids of all ages can play a variety of historic games and participate in crafts that bring to life what it was like…

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The Sharon Historical Society & Museum Announces Call for Works“Wind & Water”

The Sharon Historical Society & Museum Announces Call for Works “Wind & Water” Juried Exhibition Open Call  Gallery SHS – July 20 through August 30, 2019 SHARON, CT: The Sharon Historical Society & Museum is pleased to announce an open…

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Obituary, Caroline Ann Paton

Caroline Ann Paton ​American Folksinger, Folklorist Founder with Sandy Paton and Lee Haggerty of Folk-Legacy Records, now a part of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. Caroline Ann Paton (née Swenson), aged 86, of Sharon, CT died on March 18th,…

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Guided Tour of Early Graves in Hillside Cemetery

Guided Tour of Early Graves in Hillside Cemetery Sharon, CT:  On Saturday, March 30 at 2 PM, the Sharon Historical Society & Museum will host a free public guided tour of the oldest part of Hillside Cemetery. The tour will include visits to…

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Curators’ Tour and Sharing Memories of the legendary Dr. Jo Evarts at “Sharon Cures: Centuries of Medicine in One Small Town” exhibit on February 16, 2019

Curators’ Tour and Sharing Memories of the legendary Dr. Jo Evarts at “Sharon Cures: Centuries of Medicine in One Small Town” exhibit on February 16, 2019 Sharon, CT:  On Saturday, February 16 at 2 pm the Sharon Historical Society & Museum…

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Obituary, Craig Leon Gobillot

SHARON- Craig Leon Gobillot, age 66, of Gay Street, passed away peacefully on November 14, 2018, at Sharon Hospital. He was the loving husband of Susan (Cheney) Gobillot and beloved father of Garrett Michael Gobillot. Born on January 4, 1952, in Sharon, he was…

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Be a Better Gardener, Garden Tool Maintenance: A Gratifying Autumn Activity  

Garden Tool Maintenance: A Gratifying Autumn Activity   Maintain garden tools at the end of the season to ensure easy digging next spring. By Thomas Christopher Pretty soon, I’ll be hanging up my spade and shovel for the season. Before I do, though, I’ll want to…

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The Sharon Historical Society & Museum Announces the Opening of “Anything Goes!” Juried Exhibition and Sale

The Sharon Historical Society & Museum Announces the Opening of “Anything Goes!” Juried Exhibition and Sale The Gallery @the SHS – October 27 through December 14, 2018 SHARON, CT: Gallery SHS of the Sharon Historical Society & Museum presents “Anything…

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Autumn Events Benefiting Women’s Support Services

Autumn Events Benefiting Women’s Support Services [Sharon, CT.] – (October 2018) – Local artists and entrepreneurs are using their talents to promote a cause they feel passionately about – ending domestic violence. Sallie Ketcham’s show, Derivations, opens Saturday, November 3 at North Elm Home…

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Obituary, Gaelen Michael Schwindt

  Gaelen Michael Schwindt, age 22, passed away unexpectedly in an automobile accident in Sharon on October 3, 2018. The beloved son of Julie Hill Schwindt and of Jeffrey T. Schwindt, he was the cherished younger brother of Connor and Brianna Schwindt,…

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Be-a-Better-Gardener, Let the Bugs Help You in the Garden!

  Let the Bugs Help You in the Garden! Encourage predatory insects like ladybugs, which prey on pests commonly seen in vegetable gardens.   By Thomas Christopher               When I was first learning to garden many…

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The Sharon Historical Society & Museum Announces Call for Works “Farm to Table”

The Sharon Historical Society & Museum Announces Call for Works “Farm to Table” Juried Exhibition Open Call  Gallery SHS – July 14 through August 24, 2018 SHARON, CT: The Sharon Historical Society & Museum is pleased to announce an open…

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Local Radio Stations Collaborate to Host New Show

  Local Radio Stations Collaborate to Host New Show Veteran talk show host Leonard Lopate is returning to the airwaves with a new radio project Leonard Lopate at Large … lively hour-long, in-depth discussions providing overview and context to topics usually covered…

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Zoos and Conservation, Free Public Program at the Cary Institute 

  Zoos and Conservation, Free Public Program at the Cary Institute  On Friday, May 4 at 7 pm, join the Cary Institute for a conversation on conservation with Dan Ashe, President of the Association of Zoos & Aquariums (AZA), and Dr….

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