Join local genealogist Joanne Polanshek for a presentation on the life of Jeffrey Brace (Boyrereau Brinch) and his connections to St. Albans, Vermont on Saturday, September 2 at 2:30pm in the Bliss Room at the Saint Albans Museum. This lecture is free and open to the public.
“Born in West Africa around 1742, Jeffrey Brace was captured by slave traders at sixteen and shipped to Barbados, Continue reading “The Life of Jeffrey Brace”
Did you recently get married and have all of your left over wedding items taking up space? Are you wondering how you can make back some of the money you spent? Sell your leftover wedding items to future brides!
Are you getting married and trying to find those special new or gently used items for your wedding? Come find your something old, something new (to you), or something borrowed at the first ever Saint Albans wedding flea market!
Check out our upcoming alternative bridal show/flea market – Something Borrowed – on Saturday, August 20 in the Bliss Room. Continue reading “Something Borrowed – an alternative wedding show/flea market”
Gen. George Stannard has been called “Vermont’s most significant Civil War hero.” He was also a well-known community leader and entrepreneur. Join members of the Restoration Committee/Milton Historical Society as they share the history of his-post war home, as well as future plans for this vital local historic preservation project on Wednesday, August 24 at 7pm in the Bliss Room at the Saint Albans Museum. This special event is free and open to the public.