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Even during this very eventful spring, the Holder Memorial will be open every Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon with free admission. Please visit us!
Spring Programs for 2020:
Thursday, March 26: "Clinton and the Cold War"
A slide-illustrated lecture of what was going on locally during the Cold War years--duck and cover, the Civilian Defense, town-wide sheltering, drills, and practices. 7 p.m. start; FREE to 2020 members. POSTPONED DUE TO GOVERNOR'S MANDATE
Wednesday, April 15: "The History of the Green Street Mills" with Terry Ingano. This slide-illustrated lecture will encompass a history of Lancaster Mills, Colonial Press, and the importance of that neighborhood in the founding of Clinton. 7 p.m. start; FREE to 2020 members. POSTPONED DUE TO GOVERNOR'S MANDATE
Monday, May 18: "A Tribute to Harold Vanasse" will be held at the historic Strand Theater. Bill McNally, Terry Ingano, and Judy Moynihan will lead a colorful presentation on our favorite DJ, politician, and do-gooder! Partially funded by the Clinton Cultural Council. Admission is $10 per person. 7 p.m. start
A special summer exhibit is coming! WORKERS OF WACHUSETT, from the Metropolitan Waterworks Museum will be on display throughout the summer at the Holder Memorial every Saturday morning from 9 to noon.
Check this website, Facebook, Twitter, and the Item for details on all of our programs.
ADMISSION TO ALL REGULAR PROGRAMS FOR NON-MEMBERS WILL BE $5 PER PERSON
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