Update: Unfortunately, we have had to cancel this event due to forecasted storms. Please stay tuned to our social media channels and e-newsletter for updates on future programming.
Celebrate the ongoing growth of the Connecticut Freedom Trail by helping to create the Hempsted Houses’ Freedom Garden by painting a freedom rock, and learning more about notable abolitionists like Martha and Mary Hempsted and the roles they played in advocating for the complete abolition of enslaved people on a special tour of the Joshua Hempsted House. The Connecticut Freedom Trail, founded in 1996, documents and designates sites that embody the struggle toward freedom and human dignity and celebrate the accomplishments of the state’s African American communities. Advance registration available, but walk-ins are welcome!
Please dress for the weather as parts of this program take place outdoors. In case of cancellation due to severe weather, registrants will be notified at the email address on file.
If you have any questions, please contact Site Administrator Lynette Fisher at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (860) 443-7949.