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 A Storied Past:

     Rowayton’s Plaqued Houses
    Curated by Andrea Letters
   Photography by Rick Pank
A Storied Past: Rowaytons Plaqued Houses

Opens Sunday, March 24th   1:00 - 3:00 pm

Open Sunday, April 7th  1:00 - 3:00 pm

Open Sunday, April 14th  1:00 - 3:00 pm

Robert Barclay and friend behind Pinkney

     Stella Gillman Eakin and her husband

           East Beach early 20th Century

  Howard Evory on Pennoyer Street c. 1920

    Reliance Hook & Ladder, today RAC

 Lynch family at home at 78 Wilson Avenue

          265 Rowayton Avenue c. 1890

    Capt. Wm and Josephine Craw House

          Scofield barn on Flicker Lane  

2024 Peter Rabbit.jpg

Beatrix Potter: Conservationist and Artist

Sunday, April 21st  2 pm

Rowayton Community Center 
33 Highland Avenue

A talk by Tom Verde


A tie-in to the exhibit on

Beatrix Potter

at the Morgan Library

Creator of unforgettable animal characters like Peter Rabbit, Jeremy Fisher, and Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle, the beloved English children’s book author and illustrator Beatrix Potter (1866–1943) rooted her fiction in the natural world. Studying botany and mycology established her abiding interest in the life sciences where she enjoyed a second act as a sheep breeder and land conservationist, ultimately bequeathing 4,000 acres of farmland to the National Trust.

Admission: $5; members no charge.

Beatrix Potter
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