Join us for the 2023 Annual Conference!
Community Matters: Linking Past and Present in Meaningful Ways
Monday, June 5 at Central Connecticut State University
We are excited to welcome Connecticut's history and museum community back to our home base at CCSU in New Britain this year. We'll be in a larger, more spacious building, with an airy atrium for our exhibitor hall, and plenty of space for sessions, networking, breakouts, and more—not to mention convenient free parking in an adjacent garage.
Registration is now open! Exhibitor and sponsor opportunities are also still available. Learn more, check out the schedule, and sign up today.
Sponsor the CLHO 2023 Conference
Advertise your organization or business while supporting the League's conference. Sponsorship packages include advertising in conference e-blasts, the conference program, and the opportunity to include collateral in the conference tote bag.
For more information, visit our sponsorship page.
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Since 1950, CLHO has strengthened and sustained members by sharing knowledge and experience, and promoting best practices among museums, historical societies and all who steward Connecticut's heritage collections.
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