Featured Events

March Exhibit - Julia's World - 3/4/2017

Lunchtime Lecture: Research Update on Julia Roper - 3/17/2017

Spring Clean Like a Colonist! - 4/2/2017

Museum Closed Today - 3/15/2017

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Special Events & Programs

Looking for a program for your toddler or a great way to spend an evening? Then look no further! All of Stanley-Whitman House specials events and programs are listed right here on this page.

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Children's Programs

3/15/2016

Children's Birthday Parties

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5/15/2016

Girl Scout & Brownie Programs

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5/15/2016

Boy Scout & Cub Scout Programs

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4/12/2017

Come On In! School Vacation Week Activities

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4/30/2017

Children's "May Day Basket" Tea

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Adult Programs

4/22/2017

Dooryard Garden Society Spring Clean-Up Day

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5/13/2017

Dooryard Garden Society Planting Day

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5/21/2017

Flower Arranging Workshop with Haley Billip

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6/17/2017

Dooryard Garden Society Work Day

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Special Events

6/25/2016

Connecticut's Historic Gardens Day

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3/4/2017

March Exhibit - Julia's World

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3/15/2017

Museum Closed Today

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4/1/2017

April Exhibit - Paintings & Drawings by Carol & Peter Ganick

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4/7/2017

Historic House Stories

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4/9/2017

Stone by Stone: The Stone Wall Restoration Project

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5/3/2017

May Exhibit - Art by Alice Wong & Beverly Hollis

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5/14/2017

Mother's Day: Mothers Admitted Free!

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6/1/2017

June Exhibit - Paintings by Anne Pingpank, Marianne Flynn & Amy Conover

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6/10/2017

Connecticut Open House Day

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6/18/2017

Father's Day: Fathers Admitted Free!

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Tours & Lectures

3/17/2017

Lunchtime Lecture: Research Update on Julia Roper

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3/19/2017

The Story of Julia Roper

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4/2/2017

Spring Clean Like a Colonist!

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4/7/2017

House Tour: Death of the Smith Boys (Group)

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4/7/2017

The Death of the Smith Boys, 1729

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