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New Expanded Hours at CHS

Published on behalf of Andrea Rapacz, Connecticut Historical Society:

Announcing Expanded Schedule at the CHS – Library and
Waterman Research Center Now Open Tuesdays and Wednesdays

The Connecticut Historical Society is pleased to announce its new, expanded hours for visitors and patron services.

Connecticut Humanities offering series of workshops for museum professionals and nonprofit organizations

Connecticut Humanities kicks off a series of workshops for Connecticut nonprofits in January 2015. No matter the size of your organization, or where it is developmentally, you are welcome to join your peers and learn from experts in the nonprofit industry. Workshops will cover a variety of topics, including: strategic planning and leadership, audience building, and nonprofit management.

New Social Studies Frameworks for CT Elementary/Secondary Schools

A draft Social Studies Frameworks for Elementary and Secondary Schools is
now under consideration by the State Board of Education. The vote is
expected on 3 December.

The CT Council for the Social Studies strongly encourages all members of
the CT Social Studies community to take a look at the Frameworks and send
comments to the Board.

You can find our more about the Frameworks here:

Call for Papers: Trans-Atlantic Dialogues on Cultural Heritage: Heritage, Tourism and Traditions

With apologies for cross-posting

We are pleased to announce the International Conference: Trans-Atlantic Dialogues on Cultural Heritage: Heritage, Tourism and Traditions, 13-16 July 2015, Liverpool, UK

Call for Papers

Library of Congress to Present on Chronicling America in Hartford in November

The Chronicling America Historic Newspaper Database: An Introduction for Connecticut Genealogists

A Presentation by Nathan Yarasavage from the Library of Congress

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

10 am to 11:30 am

Hearing Room 1B, Legislative Office Building

(Allow time to go thru new security gate.)

300 Capitol Ave., Hartford CT 06106

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