Remembering World War 1: Sharing History, Preserving Memories

May 4th, 2017

Bring your stories, letters, diaries, photos, and other artifacts related to World War 1 and have them digitized to be included in the WW1 collection of the Connecticut State Library. The event is a collaboration of the State Library, Scoville Memorial Library, the Williams-Parsons American Legion Post #70, and the Salisbury Association Historical Society.

Saturday, May 13 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Scoville Memorial Library.

The Hot Shots will perform period music on the lawn. A ceremony will plant new memorial trees at Washinee Park. Jane Muir Sellery will be available for complementary thirty minute genealogical consultations on the hour and half hour beginning at 10 am. Sellery, a member of the Salisbury Historical Society (Salisbury Association), is also the Consulting Genealogist to the Salisbury Town Historian and the Vice President of the Connecticut Professional Genealogists Council

For more information, call the Scoville Library at 860-435-2838.