Events & Programs
Stanley-Whitman House has a wide range of annual and special events, as well as community and education programs. See below for a selection of upcoming events, and browse individual program pages for more in-depth listings.
Please note: Programs and events are subject to change. Please check our website and social media pages often for cancellations, additions and modifications.
Special Exhibit through May 20
Come see the work of Hartford-born artist and teacher Lucinda Bliss.
Indigo: An Exploration of Genealogy and Place explores colonialism, Farmington history, and the partial and false narratives of American identity that continue to permeate the ways we conceptualize national identity and our experience of place. The works are exhibited in the Lidgerwood Education Building’s Spear Community Art Gallery, with three structural pieces installed in the historic house.
S-WH Celebrated 300 Years in 2021!
On the occasion of its Tercentenary, the Museum presented the following online Symposium in four parts (below) highlighting its illustrious builder and past residents, presented by esteemed historians Betty Coykendall, Lisa Johnson, and Sherra Palmer.