The New Canaan Historical Society Holiday Open House

New Canaaan Historical Society 13 Oenoke Ridge Road, New Canaan, CT

This year’s New Canaan Historical Society Holiday Open House will be held on Saturday, December 10th and offers a full day of fun, festive, family activities. Deborah O’Connor will be back after three years to hand cut heirloom quality silhouettes. Appointments are available from 9:00 am until noon. Individual, group or pet sittings cost $30 per sitting. Copies are $15 each. They make the perfect holiday gift!

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Tom Nissley to Speak on Ferris Hill House

New Canaaan Historical Society 13 Oenoke Ridge Road, New Canaan, CT

Join us as Tom Nissley presents the preservation history and the future of the house located on the corner of Canoe Hill Road and Ferris Hill Road that was recently saved from demolition by him and his wife Emily. Saved: An Iconic House takes place September 19th at 7:30 pm in the Lindstrom Room at The New Canaan Historical Society. Included will be: What one can do to preserve historic structures and what is an easement.

The house is haunted by the history of those who lived there: Hoyts, Burwells, Morses, Birdsalls, Carters, Benedicts, Boutons and Stevens. Residents whose names are found over and over again in papers and documents that comprise the history of New Canaan.

Free

Tom Nissley to Speak on Ferris Hill House

New Canaaan Historical Society 13 Oenoke Ridge Road, New Canaan, CT

Join us as Tom Nissley presents the preservation history and the future of the house located on the corner of Canoe Hill Road and Ferris Hill Road that was recently saved from demolition by him and his wife Emily. Saved: An Iconic House takes place September 19th at 7:30 pm in the Lindstrom Room at The New Canaan Historical Society. Included will be: What one can do to preserve historic structures and what is an easement.

The house is haunted by the history of those who lived there: Hoyts, Burwells, Morses, Birdsalls, Carters, Benedicts, Boutons and Stevens. Residents whose names are found over and over again in papers and documents that comprise the history of New Canaan.

Free

Tom Nissley to Speak on Ferris Hill House

New Canaaan Historical Society 13 Oenoke Ridge Road, New Canaan, CT

Join us as Tom Nissley presents the preservation history and the future of the house located on the corner of Canoe Hill Road and Ferris Hill Road that was recently saved from demolition by him and his wife Emily. Saved: An Iconic House takes place September 19th at 7:30 pm in the Lindstrom Room at The New Canaan Historical Society. Included will be: What one can do to preserve historic structures and what is an easement.

The house is haunted by the history of those who lived there: Hoyts, Burwells, Morses, Birdsalls, Carters, Benedicts, Boutons and Stevens. Residents whose names are found over and over again in papers and documents that comprise the history of New Canaan.

Free

Tom Nissley to Speak on Ferris Hill House

New Canaaan Historical Society 13 Oenoke Ridge Road, New Canaan, CT

Join us as Tom Nissley presents the preservation history and the future of the house located on the corner of Canoe Hill Road and Ferris Hill Road that was recently saved from demolition by him and his wife Emily. Saved: An Iconic House takes place September 19th at 7:30 pm in the Lindstrom Room at The New Canaan Historical Society. Included will be: What one can do to preserve historic structures and what is an easement.

The house is haunted by the history of those who lived there: Hoyts, Burwells, Morses, Birdsalls, Carters, Benedicts, Boutons and Stevens. Residents whose names are found over and over again in papers and documents that comprise the history of New Canaan.

Free