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Our 20th Anniversary Announcement

Fall 2021 marks the 20th anniversary of the Ridgefield Historical Society as a vibrant non-profit organization that preserves our town’s history and provides residents and visitors with a better understanding of the legacy of this community’s 300+ years.
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Fall 2021 marks the 20th anniversary of the Ridgefield Historical Society as a vibrant non-profit organization that both preserves our town’s history and provides residents and visitors with a better understanding of the legacy of this community’s 300+ years.

Through our extensive archival collection, we create diverse offerings that spark curiosity and encourage inquiry about our amazing town, our people, our architecture, our resources, and our history.

October 2021 – December 2022

To celebrate, we are planning a year-long series of fun and family-friendly events that tell our story, honor the visionary founders who saved our 18th Century headquarters, reflect on the relevant work we have accomplished over the last two decades, and announce new and exciting initiatives and partnerships that are yet to come.   

As we move into our next twenty years, we continue our efforts to foster public knowledge of Ridgefield’s heritage with programming that sheds light on what we have learned from the past, how it relates to the present, and how it shapes and inspires our collective future.

Votes for Women: The Road to Victory, Panel 8
Panel 8 – The Connecticut Movement

For more information, please contact info@ridgefieldhistoricalsociety.org.

20th Anniversary programming is generously supported by Lead Sponsors Liz & Steven Goldstone, with additional funding provided by Fairfield County Bank.

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