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  • 322) Central Connecticut State University students visit Squire's Tavern

    322) Central Connecticut State University students visit Squire's Tavern - July 13, 2007 A group of 16 students from the Central Connecticut State University visit the Squire's Tavern to learn about the building and the archeological work that has been done. The Historical Society is currently...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 07-13-2007
  • 321) July 4th Parade at Pleasant Valley and Open House at Squire's Tavern

    321) July 4th Parade at Pleasant Valley and Open House at Squire's Tavern - July 4, 2007 Historical Society members marched in the Independence Day parade held at Pleasant Valley. A fun time was had by all and the Star Band sounded fantastic as always. Also a special Open House was held at Squire's...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 07-04-2007
  • 320) Colebrook Historical Society visits the Squire's Tavern

    320) Colebrook Historical Society visits the Squire's Tavern - June 20, 2007 A group from the Colebrook Historical Society visits the Squire's Tavern. Walt Landgraf gives a tour of the Tavern and provides information on the restoration of the Tavern. Walt provides background on consultants used...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 06-20-2007
  • 317) Archeology students visit Squire's Tavern

    317) Archeology students visit Squire's Tavern - May 31, 2007 Dr. Ken Feder, archeologist at Central Connecticut State University, visited the Squire's Tavern with a group of students. Walt Landgraf gave the class a tour of the Tavern building and showed them pottery and glass shards recovered...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 05-31-2007
  • 316) Third grade students visit historic sites

    316) Third grade students visit historic sites - May 23, 2007 Barkhamsted Elementary School third grade students dressed in period costume spend the day visiting a variety of historic sites in the town of Barkhamsted. Included on the itinerary is the Squire's Tavern and the Barkhamsted Center Schoolhouse...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 05-23-2007
  • 315) Stencil Workshop at Squire's Tavern

    315) Stencil Workshop at Squire's Tavern - May 15, 2007 Historical Society volunteer Linne Landgraf hosted a stencil workshop at the Squire's Tavern. A group of seven people organized by the Salmon Brook Historical Society visited the Tavern to learn more about the wall stencils. In 2004 Linne...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 05-15-2007
  • 313) First regularly scheduled weekend hours at the Squire's Tavern!

    313) First regularly scheduled weekend hours at the Squire's Tavern! - May 6, 2007 The Squire's Tavern opened on Sunday, May 6 from 1:00 to 3:00 for our first regularly scheduled weekend hours. Each Sunday the Tavern will be open to the curious and those wishing to learn about a piece of Barkhamsted...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 05-06-2007
  • 250) Stencil consultant visits

    250) Stencil consultant visits - February 5, 2003 Historic stencil consultant and conservator Mary Lou Davis visits the Squires Tavern to inspect the wall stencils uncovered in 2002. Ms. Davis will be assisting the Historical Society in developing an appropriate stencil plan for one or more rooms in...
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 02-05-2003
  • 245) Squires Tavern tour

    245) Squires Tavern tour - January 18, 2003 Walt Landgraf gives a tour of the Squires Tavern to Barkhamsted Cub Scouts and parents. The visitors learned some of the history of the building and viewed the restoration progress.
    Posted to Work Log (Weblog) by Paul on 01-18-2003
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