225th Anniversary of the Washington - Rochambeau Revolutionary War Route.
Friday, June 30 through Sunday July 2, 2006
March to Victory Weekend- Ridgefield

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The Discovery Center at Ridgefield

THE DISCOVERY CENTER AT RIDGEFIELD
P O Box 926, Ridgefield, CT 06877

Telephone: 203-438-1063
E-mail: jdbnkou@comcast.net
Web Site: www.ridgefielddiscovery.org/

The Discovery Center offers programs that focus on nature, science, history, culture, education, and the arts. From historical narratives to nature walks to canoeing to events with live animals or birds, our programs appeal to people of all ages and interests. Membership and participation is not limited to Ridgefield, and we encourage members of all neighboring communities to participate in our programs.

As part of the March to Victory weekend, guides from the Discovery Center at Ridgefield will point out the sights during shuttle bus rides to the encampment. These sites will include the location of the long-vanished liberty pole, the Ridgebury Episcopal Church, and the home of Thomas Boughton, who served as a teamster in the French army and accompanied it all the way to Yorktown.

 

 

The Discovery Center at Ridgefield


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The 225th Anniversary of the American Revolution
Aquarion Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism
The Connecticut Humanites CouncilThe Friends Of The Ridgefield Library Association KIWANIS
Ridgefield Bank
The Russell Wadsworth Lewis Trust
March to Victory Weekend
Friday, June 30 through Sunday July 2, 2006 - Ridgefield, Connecticut
www.ridgefieldvictorymarch.org
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