4/4/2011 - Mattactuck Museum & Arts History Center :: Upcomming Events April 7 - April 9

April 4, 2011

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Center for the Arts & History 




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Now open at the

Mattatuck Museum!

Offering artful, casual fare

by Bourassa Catering 


Monday through Friday
11:00 am - 2:00pm 


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   We would like to let you know about all of the wonderful and exciting things happening at the museum. We hope you can join us for some of our upcoming Programs, Events and Exhibit Openings!

All Local Jazz First Thursday Presents:

The Gomez & Sadlon Jazz Duo

April 7, 5:30-7:30pm 



The Gomez & Sadlon Jazz Duo performs a wide range of music that features a repertoire of popular jazz, pop, rock and even some country musical selections from the American Songbook. Guitarist, Thom Gomez started performing in rock and show bands at an early age. Saxophonist/flutist Rick Sadlon graduated from the music school at University of North Texas and won several outstanding jazz soloist awards. Rick is currently the Director of Music for the Darien public schools.

Members: $7

Non-members: $15 

Purchase a membership at Jazz First Thursday and admission is free!

Cass Gilbert and the

Future of Downtown Waterbury

Saturday, April 9 9:00am-2:00pm


The Mattatuck Museum  will bring together city leaders, architectural historians and urban planners to engage in a conversation with business people and area residents on how the newly restored City Hall can be a catalyst for attracting new business, new residents, and new jobs to downtown Waterbury.


Among the presenters are Allen Plattus, Barbara Christen, and Matt Hofstedt who demonstrate how we can learn from other American cities that have used their historic buildings to reinvent their city centers. Barbara Christen is the co-editor of Cass Gilbert, Life and Work: Architect of the Public Domain. Allen Plattus is a professor of architecture and urbanism at the Yale School of Architecture and the founder of Yale Urban Design Workshop and Matt Hofstedt is the Associate Curator of the U.S. Supreme Court, designed by Cass Gilbert. The program will be moderated by Kevin Taylor who is the Senior Project Manager of the Waterbury Development Corporation who was the administrator for the City Hall restoration. Mr. Taylor will engage the audience and the panel in creating a plan for the economic rebuilding and historic preservation and adaptive reuse.


The program will run from 9am-12:30pm followed by lunch provided by the BMuse CafĂ© and tours of City Hall for symposium participants  from 1:00-2:00pm.


Registration is required.  

Members: $15

Non-members: $20 

Lunch is included in the registration fee.


The program is funded by the Connecticut Community Foundation and the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation. 

Waterbury City Hall Tours

 Saturday, April 9 3:00-4:30pm 


Tour Waterbury's beautifully renovated City Hall with a knowledgeable Mattatuck Museum docent.


Tour Times:

3:00pm, 3:30pm, 4:00pm and 4:30pm


These Tours is free to the publilc.

Space is limited, so please be sure to register soon.

Register Now!


Mattatuck Museum

Center for the Arts & History

144 West Main Street ? Waterbury, CT 06702 ? 203.753.0381