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Wethersfield Historical Society's
Free Outdoor Keeney Koolers Summer Concert Series
This year's free outdoor concerts will be held on Tuesday evenings July 12, 19 and 26 at 6:30 pm on the front lawn of the Keeney Memorial Cultural Center, 200 Main Street.  Bring a lawn chair or blanket and food and drink to enjoy.  In the event of rain, the concert will be held in the Keeney Ballroom.
July 12 - Number Nine - Beatles music
July 19 - The Argiro Quintet - jazz
July 26 - Latanya Farrell - soul, blues, jazz and dance classics

Chamber of Commerce
Awards 4 Scholarships!

On Wednesday June 1, at Wethersfield High School, Chamber Scholarship Committee members,  John Cascio of the CT Funeral Directors Assoc. and Kerri Abronzino of Liveright Wellness were pleased to present the Chamber winners with their awards. 
The winners were, Carissa Peckrull,
Jack Malizia, Karey Friedman, & Nick Huynh.
We had 21 well qualified applicants this year, and as always, the Committee gave it their all! Many thanks to, Peter O'Keefe, Fran Proto, Dana Spicer, John Zubretsky, Kerri & John.
Congratulations Graduates!
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New 'Digging Deeper' Tour Examines Revolutionary 
Soldier's Life
at Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum
Seconds after the nine-pound musket is raised to Anthony Riccio's shoulder onlookers are momentarily riveted by a brilliant flash, billowing smoke and a resounding blast. As the scent of gunpowder clears, a connection with the past is made; a sense of living history is complete. Riccio's 18th-century musket demonstration serves as the finale of the new "Soldier's Life" Digging Deeper Tour at the Webb-Deane-Stevens (WDS) Museum. Offering an in-depth view of the life of a typical Revolutionary War soldier, the first of such tours will take place on Saturday, July 9, 2016, at 10:30 a.m., and 1:30 p.m. Admission is $15 per person. Space is limited and advance-ticket purchase is recommended. For tickets visit: http://webb-deane-stevens.org/tour-tickets/ .
Tour a Garden by One of America's First Female Landscape Architects on
Connecticut Historic Gardens Day, June 26

The public is invited to view a small piece of the world as it was seen through the eyes of Amy Cogswell-one of the first female landscape architects in the United States and designer of  the Colonial Revival Garden at the Webb-Deane-Stevens (WDS) Museum. On Sunday, June 26, 2016 from noon to 4 p.m., the WDS Colonial Revival Garden will be one of 14 historic gardens highlighted for Connecticut Historic Gardens Day. 
In celebration of Connecticut Historic Gardens Day, WDS garden guides will give free tours of the garden, show copies of Cogswell's original garden plans, and discuss her vision for the space. There will be a PowerPoint display, "A Year in the Cogswell Garden," and refreshments will be served. Optional WDS Museum house tours will be offered at a discount for the day, and Elizabeth O'Brien will be on site with her rare and centuries-old art of creating elegant, handcrafted paper silhouettes, for $25 per seating.
For more information on the Webb Deane Stevens Colonial Revival garden, visit: http://webb-deane-stevens.org/colonial-revival-garden/ . For more information on Connecticut Historic Gardens, visit: www.cthistoricgardens.org .