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Stanley Moroch discusses the Hurricane of 1938
The Hurricane of 1938 is considered one of the most destructive in New England’s History. Here is a rare account from our Town’s past official Historian. Stanley’s contribution to the preservation of the Town’s history was tremendous. He is missed dearly by those that knew him.
Destruction along Railroad Avenue
Part 1: The storms comes when on a school bus
Part 2: Trapped on a school bus
Part 3: Eye witness account of the destruction
NEW program at the Colchester History Museum!
Join us on the first Saturday each month for a history-themed activity, FREE for our visitors to enjoy.
“The Colchester History Museum is excited about our new ‘First Saturdays’ program,” said museum administrator Joanie DiMartino. “It’s a great opportunity for visitors of all ages to visit the museum and participate in an activity that is fun, hands-on, and rooted in our history.” DiMartino noted that the First Saturdays programs are informal, so that visitors can stop by anytime during the 11 am to 2 pm open hours, and stay as little or as long as they like. “Just as the museum is self-guided,” she continued, “the ‘First Saturdays’ programs, led by one or two members of our volunteer staff, are free-flowing. We hope to generate interest in an activity or topic–there’s no pressure to be perfect, we just encourage visitors to try something different, an activity either once done or inspired by the past!”
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