Health officials tell us that outdoor spaces can be safer than indoor ones during the pandemic. What creative uses are Connecticut history sites finding for their grounds, gardens, and neighborhoods? How are they enforcing safety when people gather? What lessons about outdoor programming are we learning that will continue to affect our practices into the future?
We'll hear from Briann Greenfield (Executive Director, Harriet Beecher Stowe Center), David Rau (Director of Education and Outreach, Florence Griswold Museum), and Laurie Masciandaro (Site Manager, Roseland Cottage) about what they've been doing at their sites, and then open things up for a broader conversation. Bring your ideas and questions!
Connecticut League of MuseumsCentral Connecticut State University, Department of History1615 Stanley StreetNew Britain, CT 06050(860) email@example.com
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