November 17, 2019

Exhibit at Lyme Public Hall Showcasing Changes, Continuing Traditions of the Town Ends Today

This photo of the one-room school house on Brockway Ferry Rd. in Lyme, CT is one of the exhibits at the Lyme Public Hall exhibition titled Vanishing and Enduring Lyme.

LYME — The exhibit Vanishing and Enduring Lyme will be on view at Lyme Public Hall Thursday through Saturday, July 4 – 6. Photographs and documents from the Lyme Local History Archives recall the mills, farms and river enterprises active in 19th century and early 20th century Lyme as well as one-room schools and rural post offices.

Lyme institutions that have changed over time but endured, such as the Lyme Public Hall and Lyme Grange #147, are also highlighted. 

Admission is free.

Exhibit hours are:
Thursday, July 4,  9 a.m.-2 p.m.;
Friday, July 5  1-4 p.m.;
Saturday, July 6. 1-4 p.m.

This exhibit is a project of the Lyme Public Hall and Local History Archives. 

The Lyme Public Hall is located at 249 Hamburg Rd (Route 156) in Lyme, Conn. 

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