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* History of the Ames Iron Works
History of the Ames Iron Works
Time: 11:00 am
Contrast a shaded walk along a flat trail beside the Housatonic River with the smoky history of the same land. A representative of the Salisbury Association Historical Society will share the history of the works and the people who produced the most powerful cannon of the Civil War.

* Walking Tour of Sycamore Field
Walking Tour of Sycamore Field
Time: 1:00 pm
Sycamore Field is a beautiful field that borders the Housatonic River and Route 7. Join representatives from the Salisbury Association Land Trust for a walk along the edge of the field to the river and hear about the flora and fauna, the history of the area, and about the Housatonic River.
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* Salisbury Youth Jobs Program
Salisbury Youth Jobs Program
Time: 4:00 pm
What did you do during the summer when you were in the early years of high school, too young to get full-time summer employment, but too old for camp and day care? For more than 30 years, hundreds of youthful residents of Salisbury have had the opportunity to learn the duties and responsibilities of employment through the Salisbury Summer Job Program. With work at the Town Grove, Salisbury Central School, Scoville Library, and other local institutions, participants established a place in and connection to the community. The Salisbury Association Historical Society and Scoville Memorial Library are hosting an opportunity to share stories. Selections from the Salisbury Oral History Project will also be read. Please join us.
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