Wednesday, March 2 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, the Stockbridge Library’s Museum & Archives will once again 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 on Wednesday, March 2, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. in the Jonathan Edwards Room at the First Congregational Church (4 Main Street, Stockbridge) for the second program in our 2016 series, A Study in Contrasts.  Stockbridge began with houses on the Hill and others on the Plain. Even today there is a contrast between the two areas.  Jim & Cathy Daily will share the long history of their home, Windemere, at 8 Prospect Hill Road. Jack Spencer will explain the emergence of Church Street, including his house at #14.

 

$5 suggested donation.

**Please note that this event will take place in the Jonathan Edwards Room at the First Congregational Church (4 Main Street, Stockbridge).



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