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    Concord Museum & Louisa May Alcott House - Tuesday, December 10

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    Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum: Three Centuries of Christmas. Register by November 30! Experience three centuries of Christmas in fascinating detail and see how the American holiday season has evolved since the 18th century. Located in the heart of Connecticut’s largest historic district, the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum in Wethersfield provides the quintessential New England holiday experience.

    Spend a day with us at the MET on March 9th Explore the Metropolitan’s special exhibit Matisse: In Search of True Painting. (day trip)

    Miss Florence Griswold’s boardinghouse in the village of Old Lyme, Connecticut was the setting for one of the largest and most significant art colonies in America. Enjoy a guided tour of the Florence Griswold Museum featuring the restored late-Georgian-style boardinghouse, gardens and the changing exhibits and discover how Connecticut played a pivotal role in the vanguard of the Tonalist and Impressionist movements. Lunch at the Old Lyme Inn is included.

    The Springfield Museums Travel Program is spending the week barging in Holland. In addition to sight-seeing, the group is plein air painting with artist Doug Gillette.

    Wednesday, February 26, 2014 we will travel to Clinton MA to visit the Museum of Russian Icons and the Gallery of African Art

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    At the Clark Institute, tour the special exhibit Van Gogh and Nature, featuring 53 works by Van Gogh from museums and private collections around the world.

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    “The power of finding beauty in the humblest things makes home happy and life lovely." ~Louisa May Alcott

    Mystical Forest, Hungary