Putnam Elms The story of Putnam Elms spans more than two hundred years of American history. Built when our county was in its infancy, it represents a homestead with an unbroken lineage of descendants.
Open Saturdays from 1 to 4 June through October
191 Church St.
Brooklyn, CT 06234
World War I Centenary Display
The history of World War I and its connection to members and guests of Putnam Elms is the focus of this special display. The display opens for the season on Saturday, July 4th.
“America’s Role in World War I” A program on the American Doughboy will be presented on Saturday, October 3rd at 2:00.
Genealogy Workshop for Beginners Saturday, September 12th from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Genealogy can be fun and exciting. Participants will learn how to use various research methods to record and preserve their family history. A demonstration of how to collect and organize information will be given by Putnam Elms staff members Cynthia Dias and John Laskey. To register call: (860) 774-1567. Registration is free.