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245 Main Street

Deep River, CT. 06417

Curator Hours

10 AM - 12 Noon

Tuesday & Thursday

245 Main Street

Deep River, CT 06417

Curator Hours

10 AM - 12 Noon

Tuesday & Thursday

Author: Rich Forristall

It promises to be another active season at the DRHS with many events planned for the upcoming months. Cindi Stannard, Board of Trustee Treasurer, will be presenting a talk, “Winthrop—-In Its Early Days” at the Carriage House on Thursday April 27th at 7:00 pm. Free to all that are interested in attending.  The Winthrop section of Deep River is being […]
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4th. Annual Festival of Trees Sponsored by Deep River Historical Society Dec. 1, 2 & 3 Thursday, Friday & Saturday 5-8 pm Mark your calendars Lights will be glowing in the beautiful rooms of the Stone House and Carriage House as it is decorated for the Festival of Trees, Trains & Traditions. A special train layout is being designed by Trustee member Frank Santoro […]
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College students home over the Thanksgiving break? House guests that have eaten more turkey than they wanted to and looking for something to do? Free entertainment and getting to know more about our town can all be accomplished during the extended hours at the Stone House post Thanksgiving! Alternative to Black Friday Holiday shopping and/or football for those that want […]
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Congratulations to Chester Vintage Baseball team for this years win. Another great day and great game in Deep River as players and families came together to enjoy the friendly Tri-Town historical baseball competition at Devitts Field. Essex and Deep River will be back to win next year. Thanks to our guys, Aaron “Pigpen,” Rick “Used to Quick,” Shawn “The Tick,” Angus […]
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Standing room only at Tom Elliott’s talk on Wed night. A wonderfully informed talk about the manufacturing of planes in Winthrop. Tom surprised the entire room when he donated his collection of Denison planes to the Deep river Historical Society. An overwhelming reaction to such a generous gift.   Thomas Elliott, well-respected architect, from Westbook, CT presented a program on […]
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Ladies representing various time periods from 1790 to 1910 gathered on the Stone House veranda on Sunday Aug 28th. Dressed in actual vintage and authentically reproduced clothing and accessories, the ladies spoke with visitors about their projects, their clothing, the history and their sewing techniques. Many of the visitors that attended the event were able to get advice and discuss their own […]
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Open Hours
The historical society is open throughout the summer, Saturdays and Sundays 2 - 4 PM.
Upcoming Events
  1. Strawberry Social

    June 11 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm