Shaker Elder Henry Clay Blinn (1824-1905) was neither a soldier nor a spy. Those are two roles the Shakers disavowed. But he was a tinker and a tailor. And a typesetter, printer, writer, editor, and publisher.
On Saturday, December 3 at 4:00 p.m., Canterbury Shaker Village will host Concert & Cocktails, a holiday string quartet concert with Symphony NH, the first of several ‘Merry Merry Canterbury’ events. Concert & Cocktails is made possible with support from Coaches Collective International, Cambridge Trust, and Betsy & Bruce Stefany.
Renowned New York-based artist Lesley Dill brings historical and literary figures from America’s past to life in Wilderness: Light Sizzles Around Me, a new exhibit at Canterbury Shaker Village that opened May 28.
This summer, students in grades 8 – 10 will have the unique opportunity to work in a new STEM lab guided by highly trained science instructors in Introduction to
Caring for the Nature of Canterbury Shaker Village Director’s Note: This is the inaugural blog highlighting the learning and volunteer efforts of the Natural Resources Stewards program, which now delivers […]
Leslie Nolan of Fairfield, Connecticut, has been named to lead Canterbury Shaker Village as Executive Director effective February 3, 2020. Nolan was Executive Director of the Wilton Historical Society in Connecticut from […]
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