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The Cheshire Historical Society is pleased to announce that Sunday visiting hours will begin on April 7 at the Hitchcock-Phillips House Museum.
The society is still showing the late Frank Papendrea's trumpet and mandolin, shown only briefly in December, and a selection of wash-drawings for the definitive book on Cheshire history, Landmarks of Old Cheshire by Kathleen Gagnon. Note that copies of this book are available for sale at the Society. The Hitchcock-Philips House Museum is located at 43 Church Drive. Hours are 2 to 4 p.m. on Sundays now through December with some holiday closures. The public is welcome and there is no charge for admission. Check the website — www.cheshirehistory.org — for details or phone (203) 272-2574 for more information or to set up a private tour for yourself or your organization.