Meet Deputy Director, Christopher Wigren as he travels the state promoting his new book, Connecticut Architecture: Stories of 100 Places

In his guide, Wigren introduces readers – visitors and residents alike – to 100 places that reflect the diversity of Connecticut. Our state boasts some of the oldest and most distinctive architecture in New England, from colonial churches and Modernist houses to refurbished 19th-century factories. Read more about the book.

Upcoming dates:
January 28, 7:00: Miller Memorial Library, Hamden
January 30, 6:00: Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, at Waterbury City Hall, Waterbury
February 3, 2:00: Blackstone Memorial Library, Branford (snow date February 10)
February 12, 7:00: Pequot Library, Southport
February 15, 7:00: Essex Library, Essex; Centerbrook Architects series
February 16, 2:00: Norwich Heritage Trust, at Buckingham Memorial Library, Norwich
February 24, 3:00: Litchfield Historical Society, Litchfield
April 7, 1:00: Manchester Historical Society, Manchester
April 8, 6:00: Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County, at Norwalk Historical Society, Norwalk
April 10, 6:30: Torrington Historical Society, Torrington
May 17, 12:00 noon: State Historic Preservation Office conference, New Haven
June 5, Time TBD: Guilford Keeping Society and Guilford Library, at Guilford Library, Guilford
June 18, Time TBD: Berlin Historical Society, at Berlin Congregational Church, Worthington Ridge, Berlin
July 13, 11:00: Bill Memorial Library, Groton (Connecticut Authors Trail event)