Danbury Museum Hosts Town Historian & His New Book on Bethel

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Bethel town historian Patrick Wild is the author of the recently released book, "Historic Tales of Bethel". Photo: Jason Rearick / The News-Times

On Saturday, February 25 from 1 to 3pm, Bethel Town Historian and author, Patrick Tierney Wild will be on hand at the Danbury Museum & Historical Society to tell us about his new book, Historic Tales of Bethel. Wild will recount the trials and triumphs that have given this New England town its charm, from the tumultuous days of the American Revolution to the early decades of the fast-paced twentieth century.

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Bethel town historian Patrick Wild is the author of the recently released book, "Historic Tales of Bethel". Photo: Jason Rearick / The News-Times On Saturday, February 25 from 1 to 3pm, Bethel Town Historian and author, Patrick Tierney Wild will be on hand at the Danbury Museum & Historical Society to tell us about his new book, Historic Tales of Bethel. Wild will recount the trials and triumphs that have given this New England town its charm, from the tumultuous days of the American Revolution to the early decades of the fast-paced twentieth century.

“We’re happy to be hosting events for local history authors and topics of interest to avid readers here at the Danbury Museum & Historical Society and we look forward to adding more to our calendar over the coming months,” stated Brigid Guertin, executive director of the museum.

These ‘Locally Grown Author’ events are made possible through the kind assistance of Savings Bank of Danbury and are free and open to the public.

 


The Danbury Museum & Historical Society
was formed in 1947 to acquire, preserve, exhibit and interpret New England’s past; focusing particularly on the heritage of Danbury.  Situated in downtown Danbury, the museum preserves the John and Mary Rider House (c.1785), the Dodd Hat Shop (c. 1790), the Marian Anderson Studio and the Charles Ives Birthplace.  Huntington Hall, a modern exhibit building houses the museum offices and research library.

For more information, call (203)743-5200, email info@danburymuseum.org or visit danburymuseum.org.

 


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