D'Agostino Helps Curate CT Open House Event

D'Agostino Helps Curate CT Open House Event


Student Volunteer Curator, Chris D'Agostino, curated the Connecticut Open House Day event held on June 12 at the Cheshire Historical Society. D'Agostino focused on everyday items from colonial and Victorian time. Society President, Diane Calabro, said that D'Agostino, who will be going into a sophomore year at Albertus Magnus College, did an excellent job. "He did an outstanding presentation and really engaged the people who came to visit us." Calabro added that almost 60 people came to the Society's Open House event.  Retired Cheshire High School teacher, Judy Kollias, provided tours of the Hitchcock-Phillips House. Author Ron Gagliardi was on site to sign his book, Images of America: Cheshire. Jim Vibert spoke to visitors about colonial woodworking and the importance of farming in Cheshire.


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