Summer "First Sunday at The Mill Works"
Come join us on Sunday, June 4th, from Noon to 5:00pm for the Summer 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, and more.
Live performances in The Packing House with the Hall Memorial School ‘Select Chorus’ and 'Falcon Treble Singers', Ed Smith, local artist and performer, and Ines Herrmann, International singer/songwriter.
Presentation by local author and historian Richard Symonds in the Gardiner Hall Jr. Museum.
Visit with resident artists and local guest artist and EC-CHAP member John Starinovich. Enjoy period refreshments typical of the mid 19th century and begin the Summer Season with us at 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
1:30pm: Hall Memorial School "Select Chorus" and "Falcon Treble SIngers"
2:00pm: Ed Smith, local musician and artist
3:00pm: Ines Herrmann, International singer/songwriter for Muzik Muzik Label
Gardiner Hall Jr. Museum: Historical Presentation
2:30pm: Richard Symonds
NOON TO 5:00PM
THE MILL WORKS COMMUNITY - RESIDENT ARTISTS AND ORGANIZATIONS: Christopher Gunderson, Carol Mackiewicz, Jessical Regele, Bruce & Sasha Press, Jack Broderick, Summer Sun Photography, Martha Ennis, Brian Sneeden, Ali Larew, St. Paul Church
LOCAL ARTIST & EC-CHAP MEMBER JOHN STARINOVICH
GARDINER HALL JR MUSEUM (Suite 2106-A)
EASTERN CONNECTICUT CENTER FOR HISTORY, ART, AND PERFORMANCE (EC-CHAP)
For more information please call 518-791-9474.