Programs & Events

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

Fall Harvest Market

Sunday, October 3, 2021 (Rain Date October 10)

We will hold our 35th annual classical car show at Palmer Field, Route 66, Washington Street in Middletown, CT.

In addition to the ever popular classic cars on display, the show will feature an expanded Fall Harvest Market. Opportunities are available for vendors such as antique dealers, vintage purveyors, crafts people, folks downsizing, and food trucks.

The Market will be from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. with set up beginning at 7:30 a.m.

The Fall Harvest Market is being held at a prime location with thousands of cars passing by each day. The classic car show, a perennially popular event, draws a large crowd and vendors are sure to do a brisk business.

Booths are 10' by 10' ($40) or 20' by 20' ($50). Customized size and pricing available upon request. Pre-registration is required.

Further information is available by contacting Maria Holzberg, organizer at [email protected]

Registration form

 

 

St. Sebastian Feast Exhibit

Coming in September

Please search your photo albums, your attic, and your memories to contribute to our upcoming St. Sebastian Feast exhibit!

Thank you to Downtown Middletown, CT for sponsoring this exhibit, and to Saint Sebastian Church, Middletown, for their support.

May be an image of one or more people, outdoors and text that says 'A Century ofDevotion: The St. Sebastian Feast in Middletown 1921- 2021 COUAYTY HISTORICAL LNDN 1O61 AOGUN MIDDLETOWN,C CONNECTICUT Exhibit to Open September 2021 Do you have photos or objects to loan of the St. Sebastian Feast in Middletown? Would you contribute a story for the exhibit? Please email mchs@wesleyan.edu, or call Jesse Nasta, Executive Director, 860 346 0746'

 

Here From the Beginning June 8

Join our Executive Director Jesse Nasta on June 8 to learn more about the history of LGBTQIA+ history here in Middletown and throughout Central Connecticut at his Middlesex County Historical Society/Middletown Pride talk. Jesse has found photos and ephemera reaching back over 100 years, to 1901, which reclaims shared history and shows how PRIDE has been "Here From the Beginning". Register: bit.ly/38H9xGy
This event is free, but registration is required.

 

 

Garden Party

We are thrilled to be hosting an in person Garden Party Friday, June 11 at 5 p.m. Your ticket will support our programs, while you enjoy the beautiful flowering back garden of the home of the Middlesex Historical Society, the Mansfield House on Main Street, Middletown. There will be complimentary food and drink, fancy hats, laughter and the long overdue opportunity to greet friends - old and new.

 

 Join us! http://bit.ly/MCHSCTGardenParty2021