The Harwinton Historical Society will grant a $1,000 scholarship to a Harwinton resident or an individual active in the HHS. Applicants must show an interest in history and/or the social sciences through coursework and/or experiences. Graduating high school seniors and students currently pursuing post-secondary education are encouraged to apply. Applications are available from the guidance departments of Lewis Mills, Wamogo, Oliver Wolcott Technical, St. Paul, and Northwest Catholic High School; or requested on line at firstname.lastname@example.org Applications must be postmarked by April 15, 2019.
Our mission is
to locate, procure, restore, preserve, publish and exhibit
whatever material relates
to the history of the town
of Harwinton, both past and present.
Society, Inc. was incorporated in 1970. Its collection
contains approximately twenty-five hundred items including
farm implements, carpentry and blacksmith tools,
furnishings, scrapbooks, photograph albums, clothing,
many CDs and books.
The Society is proud of its restored
1840 Schoolhouse, Barn Museum, Country Store,
Shop and operating Shingle Mill.
RESTORED SCHOOLHOUSE INFORMATION
BARN MUSEUM INFORMATION
BOOK PURCHASE INFORMATION
President - Bonnie Andrews
Vice Pres - Nancy Lyons
Secretary -Elaine Sederquist
Treasurer - Harry
Postal Mail -
Harwinton Historical Society
P.O. Box 84, Harwinton, Ct. 06791