The Unionville Museum will be presenting a special spring 2014 exhibit “Union School: Celebrating 75 Years (1939 – 2014)" and is seeking school related items and memorabilia from local residents to be a part of the show. The exhibit will be a part of the 2014 town celebration that marks the 75th year that the Union School building has served as an elementary school for the children of Unionville.
If residents have memorabilia such as class photos of students, faculty and staff, textbooks, trophies, prizes, report cards, or uniforms and are willing to loan or donate them to the Museum, they are asked to contact the museum at 860-673-2231 or visit www.unionvillemuseum.org for more information. Items will be accepted through Saturday, March 1st at 15 School Street, Unionville. The exhibit will open on Sunday, March 9th and will run through June 14th.
Celebrating 30 years, the Unionville Museum aims to foster an appreciation of the history, culture and traditions of the village of Unionville, Connecticut. The museum collects and preserves artifacts from its history and uses these artifacts to interpret and present Unionville's story through special exhibits, programs and events. Visit www.unionvillemuseum.org