Free First Saturday
Enjoy Free First Weekend at the CHS! Free First Saturday includes admission to the Museum galleries all day. Please note that free admission does not include the Waterman Research Center.
Inspire Center – New Theme!
The Inspire Center brings history and problem-solving together in a hands-on creative space for visitors of all ages! June's challenge is to invent a new way to keep your clothes clean!
Join the CHS for a day of fun for all ages! Enjoy a variety of bicycle-related games, crafts, and activities, and then play your way through The Bicycle Game!
French Canadian Jam
Get acquainted with French Canadian traditional tunes at this monthly jam session at the CHS, happening Saturday afternoons on First Free Weekends! New players and new listeners are always welcome! If you would like to join in, please get in touch with jam organizer, Joe Lavariere, at [email protected].
Free First Sunday
Enjoy Free First Weekend at the CHS! Free First Sunday includes admission to the Museum galleries all day. Please note, the Waterman Research Center is closed on Sunday.
Facets of Indian Culture
We are pleased to welcome Layavinyasa back to the CHS to share Facets of Indian Culture, an exciting opportunity for all ages to experience Kuchipudi dance, and learn more about the cultural values and beliefs that permeate this art form. Kuchipudi is a south Indian classical dance form accompanied by Carnatic music. Dancers dramatically interpret songs with spiritual themes, utilizing many symbolic gestures and rhythmic movements to embody the mythic figures of the songs. To…
Short Attention Span Literary Club
This month we discuss “Recitatif," Toni Morrison's only short story
Summer Concert Series: The Jedda La Rue Quartet
Join us for an outdoor concert featuring music from The Jedda La Rue Quartet! About the Band The Jedda La Rue Quartet is presented by Anne Marie Williams, better known as “Jedda,” who crafts a masterful collaboration through intergenerational connections and multi-talented performing artists. One of Jedda’s local mentors is living legend Emery Austin Smith—jazz pianist, arranger, and composer—who first encouraged her to vocally venture into those known and loved, “classic standards.” Jedda magically connects…
Journeys 旅途 : Boys of the Chinese Educational Mission Gallery Talk
Drop in to learn more about the stories shared in Journeys 旅途 : Boys of the Chinese Educational Mission.
The Nation That Never Was: Reconstructing America’s Story, with Kermit Roosevelt
Join us as legal scholar Kermit Roosevelt III challenges us to re-think how we understand the Founding documents.