Calendar of Events

Behind the Scenes Tour of the Collections Lab

Join us for an exclusive members-only look at the collections of the Sharon Historical Society & Museum.  The museum's collection comprises over 3,000 historical objects, an extensive archive of 19th and 20th-century photographs, and historical documents to illuminate the history of Sharon. On this tour, you'll see up-close textiles, tools, furniture, artworks, medical instruments, and more.  This tour is free for members.…

Recent Acquisitions Tour

Join the curator for a tour of the recent acquisitions exhibit! More details will be announced soon!

Panel Discussion: Rethinking Farming Amidst Climate Change

Reinventing Farming is an oral history program about how small farmers in our region are finding niches amidst climate change, industrial farms, and large supply chains. Visitors are invited to engage with issue-based videos, an exhibit of changing farming implements, including photos of local farms over time, and moderated panels with local farmers and agriculture…

CT History in Colonial Times & Beyond (Lecture 1)

The Sharon Historical Society is partnering with EdAdvance to promote adult education! In this two-part course (taught by Curator Brandon Lisi), students will survey milestones in Connecticut's history from the colonial period to the mid-19th century. Classes will be held at the historical society and on Zoom. To register, please visit EdAdvance's course catalog. This…

$50

CT History in Colonial Times & Beyond (Lecture 2)

The Sharon Historical Society is partnering with EdAdvance to promote adult education! In this two-part course (taught by Curator Brandon Lisi), students will survey milestones in Connecticut's history from the colonial period to the mid-19th century. Classes will be held at the historical society and on Zoom. To register, please visit EdAdvance's course catalog. This…

$50

Panel Discussion: Reinventing Marketing and Distribution of Farm Products

Please join us on April 23rd for the third of four panels in the Reinventing Farming Project featuring Megan Haney of Marble Valley Farm, Melissa Cherniske of Kent Land Trust, James Shepherd of Smokedown Hops Farms, and Rick Osofsky of Ronnybell Dairy. More details will be announced soon!