Perley Grimes Recognized

At the Annual Meeting of the Trust, past President Perley Grimes was recognized  by the Trust with gratitude for his years of devotion to its goals and his uninterrupted service as a Board member and Officer.

In Memory of Ellen R. Keeny

In cooperation with Oliver Wolcott Library, a lecture was sponsored in memory of GLPT past President, Ellen R. Keeny.  “The Color of Change: Paint and Pattern in Litchfield History” was presented by Rachel Carley.  The lecture combined Ellen’s love of the Trust and of color.

Beauregard Addition Recognized

At the Annual Meeting of the Trust, David and Deborah Beauregard, 272 South Street were recognized for their architecturally appropriate addition to an historic home.

Bosson Optical in Talbot’s Space

Bosson Optical, a long-time business in town, has moved and is now occupying the eastern side of the ground floor space in the Agricultural Building that was formerly occupied by Talbot’s.

Jail Renovation – Uses Study

The complete Study is now available for download here: Download Complete Jail Renovation Study (large file-please be patient)  

Oppenheimer in Talbot’s Building

The second floor space in the Agricultural Building is occupied by Oppenheimer and Co., Inc.  As a leading investment bank and full service investment firm, Oppenheimer is dedicated to providing independent financial advice, a full spectrum of traditional and nontraditional products and solutions and responsive client service to individuals, families, corporate executives, businesses, and institutions.  […]

Oliphant Opens in Talbot’s Space

Occupying the western side of the ground floor space in the Agricultural Building (formerly occupied by Talbot’s) is Oliphant, a bright, whimsical boutique filled with colorful jewelry, fabulous gifts, textiles, furniture, and custom rugs. Oliphant is owned and operated by Cara Hotchkiss, who also designs the jewelry.  Ms. Hotchkiss’ designs span the continuum from vintage […]