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Does Food Have a Gender?

Does Food Have a Gender?

Food is an indispensable part of culture and a symbol of profound social and political realities. Using Virginia Woolf’s essay, "A Room of One’s Own," as a jumping point, Food Historian,  
Friday, March 13th Paranormal Investigation

Friday, March 13th Paranormal Investigation

Join renowned New England paranormalist and Old Slater Mill interpreter Carl L. Johnson for a guided, after-dark investigation of the historic 1793 Old Slater Mill factory, with a stop in  
OCHM After Hours: Game Night

OCHM After Hours: Game Night

Grab your friends, and join us for a night of awesome tabletop games! OCHM After Hours offers low-key, hands-on fun for local history lovers. Developed in conjunction with the Museum’s art  
SHAKE RATTLE & ROLL Dueling Pianos

SHAKE RATTLE & ROLL Dueling Pianos

Our show runs every Saturday night, 52 weeks a year and is the longest running Dueling Pianos show in NYC history (now in its 10th record-breaking year!) An all-request, rock n  
PURE PRAIRIE LEAGUE

PURE PRAIRIE LEAGUE

From their beginnings in mid-60s Ohio, as a group of friends playing cover tunes, to the present-day unit featuring founding member/pedal-steel innovator John David Call, veteran bassist Mike Reilly, propulsive  
Exhibit: The Hypogean Tip by Rachel Owens

Exhibit: The Hypogean Tip by Rachel Owens

A new exhibit with connections to our local history explores both Bridgeport’s and our larger nation’s past, and will run from Feb. 6 through March 21, 2020. The show is  

Deciphering U.S. Census Codes for Genealogy

Join us as the library for a webinar given be genealogist Thomas MacEntee. Participants will learn the history of “coding the census” and how this information can improve genealogy research.  
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