SPRING "FIRST SUNDAY AT THE MILL WORKS"
Come join us on Sunday, March 5th, from Noon to 5:00pm for the Spring Season “First Sunday at The Mill Works” sponsored by the Eastern Connecticut Center for History, Art, and Performance (EC-CHAP)!
Highlights include: Factory Tours; Open Artist Studios; The Gardiner Hall Jr. Museum.
Live performances with the Hall Memorial School ‘Select Chorus’, Interactive "Drum Ride" with Bob Bloom, and "Nat Reeves: Music, Images, and A Little Conversation".
Visit with local author Felix Giordano, and more! Enjoy period refreshments typical of the mid 19th century and begin the Spring Season with us in this local historic landmark.
Learn about EC-CHAP membership opportunities, and how you can become a CHAP! All activities are free to the public.
THE PACKING HOUSE: Performances
1:00pm: Hall Memorial School "Select Chorus"
2:00pm: Bob Bloom, "Take A Drum Ride", Interactive drumming activity
2:30pm: "Nat Reeves: Music, Images, and A Little Conversation"
NOON TO 5:00PM
THE MILL WORKS COMMUNITY - OPEN STUDIOS AND ORGANIZATIONS: Summer Sun Photography, Christopher Gunderson Design & Illustration, Jack Broderick Plein-Air Painter, Bruce & Sasha Press, Whalesong Arts, Solstice Counseling Center, St. Paul's Church.
GARDINER HALL JR MUSEUM (Suite 2106-A)
EASTERN CONNECTICUT CENTER FOR HISTORY, ART, AND PERFORMANCE (EC-CHAP)
FELIX GIORDANO, AUTHOR
EDMUND SMITH, MUSICIAN
For more information please call 518-791-9474.