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Our 2015 Keeney Cultural Series Concerts Continue March 8
The Savage Brothers will continue our Keeney Cultural Series concerts Sunday, March 8 at 4:00 pm.  The Savage Brothers is a Hartford based band established in 1984 featuring a two piece horn section and two brothers of the same last name…Savage. The band has performed over 4000 shows all over New England, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Mexico. The Savage Brothers have shared the stage with such acts such as Tower of Power, Joan Osborne, James Cotton, Southside Johnny, Lisa Lisa, The Guess Who, Marshall Tucker, and John Cafferty. They appeal to audiences of all ages with modern renditions of a wide range of songs we all love. BYOB and enjoy the cocktail table cabaret style seating with a friends and family.For more information please contact us or view the press release.
2015 Keeney Lecture Series Welcomes Frank Winiarski March 9
The 2015 lecture series will delight your scholarly interest in the Connecticut State Prison, correctional reform and the Wethersfield’s involvement in the Pequot War. Monday, March 9 at 7:00 pm we will welcome Frank Winiarski, local prison expert.  He will be lecturing on “A Concise History of the Wethersfield State Prison”, an informative look at the prison and some of the individuals connected with it. Tickets are free to members of Wethersfield Historical Society and $5 to non-members at the door. For more information please contact us or view the press release!
10th Annual Taste of Wethersfield Saturday, April 11, 2015, 7-9pm
Silas 10Our tenth year of hosting the Taste of Wethersfield will offer exciting new restaurants as well as some of the old favorites, a wide array of wines, beers and cocktails as well as live music and a silent auction all for one price.  Visit the event page more information or view the press release.
Castle On the Cove: CT State Prison and Wethersfield Exhibit Open!
 The newest exhibition at the Wethersfield Museum at the Keeney Memorial Cultural Center is all about the Connecticut State Prison while it operated in Wethersfield.  View a reconstructed prison cell and explore the history of this state institution. Find out more information on our exhibition page!  We would like to thank the William and Alice Mortensen Foundation, the Robert Allan Keeney Memorial Fund at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, the Farmington Bank Community Foundation and our members for their generous funding.