Do you have any special family recipes? What is your favorite holiday treat? Tune into this episode of Objects Tell Stories to explore some historic recipes from recipe books in the CHS collection. Then, try your hand at making some holiday treats and writing down your favorite holiday memories in a special cookbook!
Recently, the CHS was featured in New England Magazine’s 12 Exhibitions to Visit in Connecticut this Summer. During the tumultuous period of the 1960s, people of various races, religions, ages, genders, and classes contributed to an integrated and hugely influential civil rights movement – both in Connecticut and around the entire nation of the United States of America.
One of the great things about working at CHS is the organization’s commitment to the legacy of the past, as well as paying attention to the legacy we are leaving to the future. The CHS Green Committee is made up of a rotating group of members who are interested in helping to promote environmentally friendly practices throughout museum operations. Each member of the committee has big dreams for what CHS can do within its everyday business practices, as well as what CHS can contribute to the local ecosystem where our building