News Published: Aug 14, 2019 - 7:35:17 AM

The Fall Party @ Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center Supports Schools Throughout Fairfield County

By The Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center (KTM&HC)

Font size: Small Big
Email this article
 Printer friendly page
Share this article:
facebook Yahoo! MyWeb Digg reddit Furl Blinklist Spurl
Buy the "As seen on" mug
Third-grade students from Farmingville Elementary School are eager to learn about farm life in Colonial Ridgefield from Catherine Prescott of KTM&HC. (contributed photo)
The Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center (KTM&HC) is abuzz with activity for its 2nd not-to-be-missed Fall Party. And although it will be the coolest place to be on September 14th, the underlying reason for the party cannot be overstated.

For many years KTM&HC has been a gathering place where people enjoy each other’s company while immersing themselves in over 300 years of local and regional history. It is also a living classroom for students throughout Fairfield County. Each year KTM&HC offers nearly 2,500 students Pre-K through Grade 12, including Title 1 schools in Danbury and Bridgeport, full-day, immersive, curriculum-aligned school programs in social studies, humanities, and civics.

According to Hildegard Grob, executive director at KTM&HC, “We collaborate with classroom teachers to develop programs that fit their student’s needs for understanding history and civics using our historic site, stories, and resources. It’s a true partnership and we are always ready to help teachers create unique and exciting experiences for their students. We couldn’t do it without the funds raised through the Fall Party.”

KTM&HC Fall Party Committee from left to right, Christine Boris, Lisa Terry, Jenn Hansen, and Josh Fischer take a break from planning this year’s not-to-be-missed event. (contributed photo)
The Fall Party invites people to unwind in a fun atmosphere filled with spirited music, elegant food, local drinks, games, a live and silent auction, and more. The Fall Party Committee, comprised of the ever-enthusiastic Christine Boris, Josh Fischer, Jenn Hansen, and Lisa Terry will take the party to new heights this year in the lush Sunken Garden and Garden House, classic Carriage Barn, historic House Museum, and brand-new state-of-the-art Visitor Center. If last year’s inaugural party is any indication, September 14th promises to be a magical night.

Tickets are on sale now, with sponsorship opportunities available.

For tickets, sponsorship opportunities, and more information about this not-to-be-missed Fall Party, please visit

For detailed information about our education programming, visit

© Copyright by Canaiden. Some articles and pictures posted on our website, as indicated by their bylines, were submitted as press releases and do not necessarily reflect the position and opinion of, Canaiden LLC or any of its associated entities. Articles may have been edited for brevity and grammar. Photos without a credit line are "contributed photos".

Josephine Sanges sings Harold Arlen at the Magnolia Room
Inspirational Survivor and TEDx Speaker Discusses Memoir at Bernard’s Restaurant Author Luncheon Series
Stamford High School Juniors Allie Findeisen and Panos Ketonis Achieved Perfect ACT Scores
Minks to Sinks Presents Check to Family & Children’s Agency
SBA Recognizes FY19 Most Active Surety Companies and Agencies
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Features Talk by Carol Anderson on Voter Suppression at Westport Country Playhouse on Sunday, January 19
A New Young Writers’ Competition entitled, What in the Mansion is This? to be launched at the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum
Stamford Museum and Nature Center welcomes Thomas D. Mangelsen

Top of Page is part of the Canaiden Online Media Network.
Connecticut Plus Online | Stamford Plus Online | Norwalk Plus Online | | Best of Norwalk | Best of Stamford | Hauterfly Magazine |

Copyright ©2005-2010 Canaiden,LLC All Rights Reserved.