Learn about the “Three Women Who Made Weston Weston” in this special exhibit at the Weston Historical Society and about current land conservation efforts in Weston from David Brant, Executive Director of Aspetuck Land Trust, and Cynthia Fowx, Conservation Outreach & Devil's Den Preserve Manager. Between 1895 and 1899 three women who would have an impact on Weston were born. They all lived well into the late 1900s dying between 1979 and 1991. They all lived full lives both in Weston and beyond. None of them ever had children. They are Alice DeLamar, Eva Le Gallienne and Katherine Ordway and this exhibition celebrates their lives and accomplishments. Thanks to their efforts, more than 1,100 acres of land were set aside for the public’s enjoyment.
The exhibit runs through October 30. For more information on the exhibit at Weston Historical Society: https://www.westonhistoricalsociety.org/three-women-who-made-weston-weston/