In Her Own Words

Academy Building 24 Main St, Salisbury, CT

This exhibit features interviews of contemporary Salisbury women and is an illustrative sampling of the nearly 400 oral histories in the collection.

Salisbury’s Olympians

Academy Building 24 Main St, Salisbury, CT

Exhibit highlights the town's Olympic ski jumpers and Nordic skiers, and Salisbury's illustrious 96-year ski jumping tradition.

Annual Meeting Video Conference

Register in advance for this meeting: Click here to register via Zoom After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Slavery in Salisbury

Salisbury School students have been investigating the history of slavery in Northwestern Connecticut. The students, as historians, will present their findings on ZOOM.

Volunteer Day!

Academy Building 24 Main St, Salisbury, CT

Light trail maintenance, cutting vines, and planting trees on some of our Land Trust properties. Meet at the Academy Building at 9:00am. Please register in advance: Email: Phone: 860-435-0566 Gloves and bug spray highly recommended Children must be accompanied by an adult

Student Projects from Coloring Our Past – The Troutbeck Symposium

Academy Building 24 Main St, Salisbury, CT

The Troutbeck Symposium was a student-led collaboration uncovering local civil rights history through student created documentaries, exhibitions, and artwork. Some of that work is now on display in the Academy Building through the month of May.

Annual Bird Walk

Enjoy a guided morning walk at Schlesinger Bird Preserve with Shelley Harms, Executive Director of Salisbury Association and an avid birder. Bring binoculars.

Explore the Pope Preserve

Preserve entrance on Route 44 north of the town of Salisbury.

Hike the gently rising loop trail with John Landon. Meet at the entrance on Route 44 next to Lions Head condos.

The Coming of the East/West Railroad

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

Dick Paddock, a member of the Historical Society, will give an illustrated talk about the impact of the east/west railroad on the Salisbury/Lakeville community. In person and virtual.