March, 2017

History of Connecticut Freedom Trail
March 15, 2017


Annual "No Small Courage" Symposium
May 20, 2017

The Prudence Crandall Museum and Friends of the Prudence Crandall Museum, Inc., Symposium brings together scholars and historians to discuss a variety of topics relevant to the life and legacy of Prudence Crandall, Sarah Harris and the more than 20 other African-American young women who attended the Canterbury Female Boarding School between 1831 and 1834. Speakers for 2017 include educator, author and Crandall biographer Prof. Jennifer Rycenga; Educator and author Prof. Anna-Lisa Cox. Additional participants to be announced.

Contact Name: Kazimiera Kozlowski, Museum Curator
Contact Phone: 860-546-7800 ext 8
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Ticket Information:$25. which includes workshop materials, box lunch, and admission to the Prudence Crandall Museum.

Location Name: Canterbury Community Center
Location Address: 1 Municipal Drive
Location Phone: 860-546-7800

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