Plumb Memorial Library to host programs celebrating Shelton history
The Plumb Memorial Library in Shelton will be hosting a four-part series of programs celebrating Shelton’s past through the renowned Shelton Bicentennial Quilt. The program is co-sponsored by the Plumb Memorial Public Library and the Sarah Riggs Humphreys-Mary Silliman Chapter, NSDAR.
The Bicentennial Quilt contains 44 squares in a quilt about 112" wide and 71" long. It was created in 1976 to show a history of Shelton over the years. It will be used to depict the four topics of the series: the history of recreation, farming, manufacturing and transportation.
Light refreshments will be served and registration is required.
To register, please contact the Plumb Memorial Library at(203) 924-1580 and RSVP is appreciated.