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|Event:||Memorial for CT Witch Trial Victims|
|Date:||May 26th, 2017.|
|Time:||6:00 PM to 8:00 PM|
|Location:||Northwest Park, large pavilion|
|Contact:||Katherine Spada-Basto Phone: 860-342-5307 Email: email@example.com|
[Windsor, Connecticut] On the anniversary of America’s first witch hanging a commemorative ceremony has been planned to honor all eleven of Connecticut’s witch trial victims.
The event will acknowledge the 370th Anniversary of the hanging of Alice Young, the first person hanged for witchcraft in New England and to learn about the resolution that cleared the names of Alice Young and Lydia Gilbert both of Windsor on February 6, 2017.
This non-denominational memorial service is open to anyone who is interested is honoring the lives of Connecticut’s eleven witch-hanging victims.
The event is being held in Windsor’s Northwest Park at the large pavilion, which is behind the Connecticut Valley Agricultural Museum. Public parking is in the park’s main lot and handicap and senior parking is next to the Nature Center in the park’s campus area. There will be signs pointing to the gathering. Kindly refrain from bringing alcohol or drugs. Light refreshments available for suggested donation of $5 or more.
Learn more by visiting CT WITCH Memorial Facebook page, the Days to the Gallows Facebook page or the One of Windsor Facebook page as well as the website www.oneofwindsor.com.