December at the Museum
Thank you to all who stopped by the Museum on Saturday, December 4th to purchase items from our Museum Store and from local author and illustrator Rick Labadia and local artist Alison Murphy. We appreciate the support.
New items in the store this year include the Unionville Depot Holiday Ornament, the 2022 Unionville Museum Souvenir Calendar and newly designed note cards made from black and white photographs from the Museum's collection that have been colorized. You can buy these items and more through our Museum Store on this website, or at the Museum during exhibit hours (Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 2-4 through January 9th with the exception of holidays).
Restaurant Exhibit Extended through January 9th
Our current exhibit – “Soda Fountains, Luncheonettes & More Unionville Restaurants from the 1800s to 2021” has been extended through Sunday, January 9th at the request of residents who want to give family and friends visiting for the holidays an opportunity to enjoy it. The exhibit will be open on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 2-4 pm except for holidays. Click here for more information on this popular exhibit.
Light Show and Holiday display
through January 9th
The Museum has once again transformed its building and grounds at 15 School Street with a FREE festive light and holiday display for all to enjoy again this year. The FREE outdoor display will be lighted from 5-11 pm daily from December 4th through January 9th. All are invited to stop by to enjoy the scene and take photos or selfies with an outdoor holiday display of Santa and snowmen.
Still Need a 2022 Calendar?
Copies of our 2022 Calendar are still available through the Museum Store and at the Museum when it's open for an exhibit. The calendar features photos from our collection, a view of what Unionville was like in 1922 and news items from 1922 editions of the Farmington Valley Herald.
The Calendar is made possible through the support of many local businesses which we greatly appreciate.
New Museum Store Items