The Westport Historical Society unveiled its latest exhibits this evening.
One honors the Gault family‘s 5 generations of ingenious, important service to our community.
The other exhibit celebrates the life of Tracy Sugarman, the beloved illustrator/author/social justice advocate who died in January at 91.
Whether you know a ton about Westport’s history or nothing at all, these shows should not be missed. They provide valuable insights into who we are as a community — and who helped get us where we are.
The exhibits run through September 2. But see them now.
A perfect time is Memorial Day. The Westport Historical Society is open — and it’s right next to Veterans Green, where the post-parade ceremony takes place.