Visit the Amasa Day House and explore the 1st floor furnished largely with objects owned by members of the Day family, including toys and locally produced ceramics and silver, and admire the original 19th-century floor and stair stenciling.
At 1 pm, come see Kandie Carle, of the East Haddam Stage Company, and Marc Casslar, of the Vintage Dance Society of CT, as they grace the grounds of the Amasa Day House. They will be highlighting social dances circa 1860, including the Waltz, Polka and Schottische!
The event will be held rain or shine and is free to the public. Donations welcome to support the Amasa Day House. Registration for timed entry is recommended at at https://ctl-amasa-day-ehfc.eventbrite.com; same-day on-site registration will be allowed only if the event has not reached capacity.
In order to protect the health of our staff, visitors, and community, all visitors are required to wear masks within our historic interiors due to the smaller spaces and limited airflow that is common in historic buildings. Masks are encouraged for outdoor programs where distancing is difficult.