A Scott House Celebration: RHS turns 20
Saturday, October 2, 2021 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm EDT
Rain date: Sunday, October 3.
Free parking nearby at the Grove Street Office Park at 38A and 38C Grove Street.
Join us under the tent to celebrate the Historical Society’s 20th Anniversary kick-off event with live music by the Ridgefield High School Jazz Ensemble and Dan Bonis and Ed Accardi, refreshments, quilt-making demonstration, Historical Society information tables including the Battlefield Project with CT Relic Hunters and Ridgefield Women to be Remembered with Dr. Darla Shaw, coloring station, historical books and maps for sale, The Scott House … Restored exhibit, Ridgefield trivia contest, commemorative program in honor of our founders, Chez Lenard hot dog cart, community corner featuring Ridgefield Library and the Ridgefield Historic District Commission among others, self-guided tours of the Scott House, and more.
|1 – 4 pm||Quilt-making demonstration, information tables, coloring station, book sale, exhibit, Chez Lenard hot dog cart, community corner, self-guided tours of the Scott House|
|1:30 – 2:45 pm||Live music with Dan Bonis and Ed Accardi|
|2:30 pm||Ridgefield Trivia Contest* answer sheets due, with prize-winners to be announced by Jack Sanders at 2:45|
|3 – 3:30 pm||Commemorative program with a lemonade toast and snickerdoodles|
|3:30 – 4 pm||Ridgefield High School Jazz Ensemble|
*based on Jack Sanders’ book Five Village Walks, Available at Town Hall, Books on the Common, and the Scott House.
For more information, email Kathryn Tufano, Development and Marketing Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
20th Anniversary programming is generously supported by Lead Sponsors Liz & Steven Goldstone, with additional funding provided by Fairfield County Bank.