Americans are often not well informed about countries that influence our foreign policy primarily because of the paucity of media coverage. These lectures/discussions will focus...

Pandemic Portraiture: Reflections of Healing" is a CT FY22 grant-supported program taught by portraitist ShawnaLee Waterbury-Kwashnak to a select group of Connecticut youth artists who created portraits inspired by their witness of healing during the pandemic. The project culminated in a virtual art show and this book, which captures experiences during the midst of turmoil and will be of interest for historians for generations to come. It includes a section for readers to record their own reflections of healing.
  This program was produced with the support of the Department of Economic and Community Development, Office of the Arts, which also receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

Join Historian and author John Cilio for a presentation about the history and significance of Pearl Harbor.

Join former First Selectman of Southbury Ed Edelson for a talk on the Southbury story from 1937 when the town stopped the Nazis from making a camp in the town.