Did you hear THAT?

Historian Dennis D. Picard reads Edgar Allen Poe’s The Tell-Tale Heart in North Granby’s Lee Cemetery.

Stroll Through Granby History

You may have noticed the temporary signs in front of 32 houses from the town green down Salmon Brook Street to just below the Salmon Brook Historical Society.

Granby’s first female state representative

The stone house at 109 West Granby Road is where Helen Green lived all her life. Green was the first woman from Granby to represent the 7th District in the state legislature and she dedicated her life to public service and education.

Take a Stroll Through History

In this time of the pandemic, the Salmon Brook Historical Society has found a way to stay outdoors while sharing Granby’s history. Stroll Through Granby History is an opportunity to both walk and learn while being appropriately distanced from each other because it is all done outside.

The hospital on Salmon Brook Street

From 1921 to 1946, the house at 225 Salmon Brook Street was owned by Dr. Ernest Pendleton. From 1921 to 1928 Dr. Pendleton lived on the first floor with his family and ran a hospital on the second and third floors.