Archive for the Display Case Category

HK Youth & Family Services

April’s display case features information on Haddam-Killingworth Youth & Family Services. HKY&FS offers support to families and children from elementary through high school, including counseling, early childhood resources, the Healthy Communities-Healthy Kids Coalition, a summer program, and more. Explore this essential group’s offerings further at their website: […]

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Plein Air Watercolors

The March display features watercolors and decorative gourds created by local artist Virginia Nedza. Virginia Nedza came from Middletown and has lived in Killingworth for almost 11 years. She has explored art through oils, acrylics, pastels, and now watercolor. Ginnie studied drawing and painting under Adam Wasicki […]

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Visions of Haiti

February’s display case features the art and culture of Haiti. This collection was kindly provided by resident Dolores Caturano. Dolores visited Haiti in 1999, as part of the Outreach to Haiti program through the Diocese of Norwich. The display features photographs of the people and landscapes of […]

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Birds & Barns of Killingworth

January’s display case features an extended show of Sandy Smith’s oil paintings, with new additions to the December collection. Barns on River Road and Route 81 are featured, as well as scenes to remind us all of the warmer months: cyclamen blooms, Hammonasset in summer, and a […]

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Killingworth Landscapes

December’s display case features the sites and scenes of Killingworth, as painted by local artist Sandy Smith. This is the 9th year we have hosted Sandy’s beautiful artwork, and this year’s array includes the last dairy farm in town, the brook off Titus Coan Road, and local […]

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To Bee or Not To Bee

In October’s display case, artist and jeweler Gloria Nilsson brings awareness to the plight of the honeybee in her brand new jewelry collection titled “to Bee, Or Not To Bee”. The Honey Bee, the great pollinator we cannot live without, becomes her muse for creating unique, sculptural […]

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Oil Paintings by Daniel Dahlstrom

During the month of September, the Killingworth Library will feature oil paintings by Daniel Dahlstrom. The public is invited to a reception for Dan at the library on Saturday, September 13th from 10am to noon. Light refreshments will be served. Dan Dahlstrom is a Connecticut native, was […]

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Memories of WWI

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of World War I, the display case at the library will feature memorabilia from one man’s experiences toward the end of the conflict. Sergeant Percy Winslow Eustis served with the U.S. Army from fall of 1918 through spring of 1919. He first […]

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Portals by Joseph Brunjes

Joseph Brunjes is a Wilmington, NC native who currently lives in Killingworth, CT. Joseph was a first prize winner in the 2014 Images photography competition and exhibition for his large format portraits of musicians. Primarily a film photographer, Joseph attended a wet-plate collodion workshop in December of […]

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Tea Caddies

Tea Caddies are simply storage containers for loose tea leaves. At first they were made of pottery or porcelain resembling medicine bottles, shaped either round, square or flat-sided, with lids serving as measuring devices. The tea box or “caddy” came later towards the end of the 18th […]

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