History Events

The Redding Historical Society Annual Fall Membership Meeting is:

September 20th, 2009 from 2pm to 4pm at the Lonetown Farm Museum at 43 Lonetown Road, Redding, Connecticut.

Come to view the Mark Twain Quilt and tour the Museum & Barn.

All members are encouraged to attend.


The Redding Antique Car Show

58th Annual Fall Meet Antique Car show
Fairfield County Region HCCA &AACA

Sept.12, 2009 10:00AM-3:00PM

Redding Historical Society
Lonetown Farm & Museum Route 107
Redding, CT

All unmodified vehicles through 1958*
* Motorcycles * Trucks * Flea Market

Admission: Adults $6:00 Children 12 and under free

All admission fees benefit The Redding Historical Society.

Please contact David@203-526-6777 or reedwd@aol.com Or Karen at 203-247-7906 or ktomko13@optonline.net For Flea Market call: Ralph@203-322-5279



September 4-7, 2009 is the Mark Twain Library Book Fair at the Redding Community Center from 9AM to 5PM.

On Saturday, September 12th, sometime between 10am and 11am, Fifty (50) Fairfield County Concours exhibit cars will be at Lonetown Farm in Redding, Connecticut.

Get to the annual car show early this year!


Nutmeg Tour for Autism
Approximately 50 of the Concours exhibit cars will participate in a tour through Westport, Southport, Fairfield, Easton, Redding, and Weston, Connecticut. The cars will travel a prescribed route with media and spectator stops.

The tour will start at the St. Vincent’s Health Services Westport Campus (formerly Hall-Brooke) at 47 Long Lots Rd. in Westport at 9:30am and return to the Fairfield County Hunt Club at 174 Long Lots Rd. at approximately 4:00pm.

Our first stop will be at the Redding Historical Society (Rt 107 in Redding, CT) for the AACA & HCCA annual fall Antique Car Show for a brief tour.

Our noontime stop will be at the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art in Ridgefield, CT. We will stop there from approximately 11am until 1pm. Some of our featured artist Timothy White’s work will be on display and we will have a museum tour and lunch catered by Chez Lenard.