Ridgefield History Club
A monthly gathering to share memories and recollections of our town.
The Ridgefield History Club, a program of the Ridgefield Historical Society, debuted in May 2023 at the Scott House, the headquarters of the Society.
The History Club will meet regularly throughout the year on the third Tuesday of the month at 10am to discuss the history of Ridgefield and all its villages, including Branchville, Titicus, Farmingville, and Ridgebury. All are invited to attend this free program.
The Ridgefield History Club is an informal story telling session (it’s not a presentation or lecture) where everyone sits in a circle and shares their memories related to a specific topic in Ridgefield’s history. The discussion will be recorded and catalogued in the Historical Society’s archive to preserve memories about all of Ridgefield’s people, places, and events for future generations. You can watch recordings of our past meetings on our Facebook page.
Attendees are encouraged to share their stories with the group or just come and listen to the fascinating conversation about our town’s past. All are reminded to bring related photos and objects about Ridgefield’s history for ‘show and tell.’
Because parking at the Scott House is limited, registration is requested to attend. Carpooling is encouraged.
Ridgefield, Connecticut 06877
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