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Heritage: Artifacts from the Salisbury Association Iron Collection

On permanent display are numerous artifacts of the local iron industry, including an 18th century cannon, an Ames Ironworks lithograph, and the Holley Manufacturing Company’s pocket knife display from the

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Academy Building, 24 Main St
Salisbury, CT 06068 United States
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Celebrating 50 Years: The Art of Aging

October 15 - November 30 “The Art of Aging” is a tribute to the first 50 years of Noble Horizons. It celebrates the many people—staff, residents, supporters, and volunteers—who helped create the tri-state’s premier senior living community.

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Academy Building, 24 Main St
Salisbury, CT 06068 United States
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Vintage Christmas Display

On display December 1 through 31. Enjoy a collection of vintage Christmas decorations, cards, and memorabilia.

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Academy Building, 24 Main St
Salisbury, CT 06068 United States
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Free Holiday Concert

Special concert of traditional music and carols performed by the celebrated artists of The Salisbury Four.

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Congregational Church of Salisbury, 30 Main Street, Salisbury, CT,

Waging a Good War: A Military History of the Civil Rights Movement 1954-1968 by Thomas E. Ricks

New York Times bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize winner Thomas E. Ricks offers a new take on the Civil Rights Movement, stressing its unexpected use of military strategy and its lessons for nonviolent resistance around the world. Presentation and discussion led by Peter B. Kaufman. In person or on Zoom.

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The Reading Room, Scoville Memorial Library,

Fen, Bog, and Swamp by Annie Proulx

Novelist Annie Proulx, who has often focused on environmental issues in her fiction, considers wetlands in her new non-fiction book, Fen, Bog, and Swamp. Vivian Feist Garfein and Dr. Michael W. Klemens will speak about the book and lead a discussion on wetlands, considering Proulx's book as a point of departure. In person and on Zoom.

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Wardell Community Room, Scoville Memorial Library,

Acknowledgment: We are grateful to Joseph Meehan and Louis Hecht for their beautiful photographs used throughout the website. Many thanks also to Carolyn Grimaldi, John Harney, Leo Nadeau, Don Perdue, Scott Whelan, and trustees too numerous to mention who provided other photos.