Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden Tour

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Thursday August 18

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12:00 PM  –  12:30 PM


Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden
9 Main Street North
Bethlehem, CT 06751

Explore the life of Caroline Ferriday, a 20th-century philanthropist who championed human rights and social justice causes around the globe and in Connecticut, where she worked with survivors of Ravensbrück concentration camp. A visit to the five-acre site includes the 18th-century residence, built by evangelical Reverend Joseph Bellamy, grounds, and Ferriday's formal parterre garden. Visitors will discuss the ways that beliefs and values can guide one’s actions by interpreting the lives, actions, and commitments of the house’s former residents. 

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