Dover Sunday Program

DOVER SUNDAY will be celebrated at the museum in New London Sunday July 24th featuring over 20 wedding dresses from 1906 through the 1980’s.  There are several 2-generation gowns, one worn by sisters, and even dresses representing 3 generations.  Not all are white and in the war-time era, more practical garments were selected.  See whose dress has the longest train, the one made of curtain fabric, and another whose wedding jewelry is displayed with the dress. The program will include the presentation of newspaper accounts of many of the weddings and a number of photos. There is no admission and the program begins at 1:30.  The museum is open Saturdays and Sundays, 1-4 p.m.