Tuesday, March 4 at 6:30 pm

Behind Closed Doors: At Home in Stockbridge

Have you ever driven down streets in Stockbridge, passed an interesting house, and wondered why it was there and who had lived in it?  This winter, on the first Tuesday evening of each month, the Stockbridge Library’s Museum & Archives will offer a series of programs about the interesting people who have made their homes in Stockbridge over the years.  Behind Closed Doors: At Home in Stockbridge will feature current Stockbridge homeowners talking about the families who lived in their houses before them.  Each program will include stories of two existing homes, as well as one other home that has been lost over the years.


Join us in the Bement Room of the Stockbridge Library on Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. for the third program in the series, Stockbridge Suburbs.  This month, Cheryl Hutto will tell us about the owners of 3 Lahey Crossroads, and Rena Zurofsky will help us consider the mystery of where artist Ammi Phillips lived. Curator Barbara Allen will discuss a house that used to sit at the top of Yale Hill, and was described as a German Schloss.


Meet more personalities during the rest of the series:


Tuesday, April 1, 2014, 6:30 p.m.                  High style in the 18th century

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