Sunday, September 19,2021
Presented by Richard DeLuca
“Memphremagog or Bust!”
How Connecticut’s geological history sparked a New
England canal battle, focusing on the Farmington
Canal which ran though East Granby
Begins at 2:30 pm following 2:00 pm business meeting
Sunday, November 7 2021
Presented by Beth Caruso
Author of two historic novels:
One of Windsor: The untold Story of America's First Witch Hanging and
The Salty Rose: An Insider's view of How New Amsterdam Became New York
***Sunday, January 30,2022,****
***PLEASE NOTE, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN MOVED TO APRIL 24, 2022***
"Animal Myths, Legends & Folklore"
Presented by Brian Kleinman, owner of Riverside Reptiles Education Center
Brian will bring live reptiles native to CT and discuss myths and legends associated with them.
Co-Sponsored with the East Granby Land Trust
Sunday, March 20, 2022
Presented by State Historian , Walt Woodward
Creating Connecticut: Critical Moments That Shaped a Great State
Woodward, a gifted story-teller brings the history we thought we knew to life in new ways,
both serious and light-hearted.
Sunday, May 22, 2022
Presented by Marty Podskoch
This author and historian will give a presentation on his newest book:
Connecticut Civilian Conservation Corps Camps: History, Memories and Legagcy
Programs take place at the East Granby Senior/Community Center, 20 Center St.
East Granby, unless otherwise noted. All Programs begin at 2:30 pm following a 2:00 pm business meeting.