Local History On Tap: Weekly Updated Virtual Programming
While we are temporarily closed, we are creating new content viewable online such as exhibits, interviews, and podcasts. In addition, we will be linking to hidden gems here on our website as well as on Facebook. We are also thrilled to be a part of Ridgefield Streams, a new website dedicated to Ridgefield’s incredible arts & cultural organizations. Don’t forget to join our mailing list, and please enjoy the content below, which will be updated weekly!
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Dr. Darla Shaw gives a brief overview of what she has in mind for her upcoming series of podcasts, Change Agents: Ridgefield Women to be Remembered.
We speak with Terry McManus, archivist, historian, and creator of the beautifully illustrated A History of Ballard Greenhouse and the Garden and Conservation Trust.