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Enjoy one of our dinners and lectures in a historic Glastonbury home

 2017 Dinner Lecture Series

Reservation(s) Required for the Dinner Lecture Series.
Seating is Limited.
Price of each reservation is $60 per person. 
Please call the Historical Society to make reservations 860.633.6890

Sunday, June 11, 2017 - Dinner Lecture
W​ill be at the home of Joe & Jean Greene in the historic 
Red Hill area. Joe and Jean have been collecting pattern glass goblets for many years and have acquired 3500, one of the most extensive collections in the United States. A large portion of 
their collection is on display in a room with custom cabinetry, designed to enhance their unique features. The Greene’s lovely home will also be open for your enjoyment. A talk about the 
history of pattern glass in America will be given Joe Greene.  

Sunday, September 24, 2017 - Dinner Lecture
Dinner Lecture will be at the home of Sarah & Jack Lavallette, 94 High St., known as the Charles Strunz House (1899). Charles Strunz was a manager for the Glazier Mill on Matson Hill Rd. The speaker will be Sarah Pettingell whose family once owned 
the home. 

Parking will be noted upon arrival. 
Tour of the home & grounds/Social Hour: 4 pm - 5 pm 
Dinner & speakers: 5 pm – 6:30 pm
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 2016 Dinner Lecture Series


Sunday, June 5, 2016 - Dinner Lecture
Dinner Lecture will be at the charming farm house of
Julie and Ken Horton built c. 1760,
known as the "Treat-Horton House."

Parking will be noted upon arrival. 
Tour of the home & grounds/Social Hour: 4 pm - 5 pm 
Dinner & speakers: 5 pm – 6:30 pm

Sunday, September 11, 2016 - Dinner Lecture (postponed)
Dinner Lecture will be at the charming home of
Jack and Sarah Lavalette built 1899,
known as Charles Sturnz House.

Parking will be noted upon arrival. 
Tour of the home & grounds/Social Hour: 4 pm - 5 pm 
Dinner & speakers: 5 pm – 6:30 pm
Historic photo of the Bastes Tavern in Glastonbury, CT on file at The Connecticut Historical Society
Historic photo of the Bastes Tavern in Glastonbury, CT on file at The Connecticut Historical Society