An open house in May gave another opportunity to show off the Studebaker engine, and the progress made by Andy, Nate, and George in reconstructing the Mill’s old circular saw.
Woodstock third graders once again participated in a hands-on presentation about Chamberlin Mill as a lead-in to their study of local history.
Eventually we hope to be able to invite the third graders to see the Mill in operation!
A site development plan was undertaken by J&D Civil Engineers, LLC, with guidance from the Mill’s building committee. Thanks to J&D for reducing the fee for this non-profit project.
At Chamberlin Mill's open house this May, visitors lean in to see the studebaker engine and the saw under reconstruction. (Left photo) Dave Haines, Former Head of SPOOM: Society for the Preservation of Old Mills, talks with Nate Rosebrooks about the engine.
Look for Chamberlin Mill on the Connecticut Humanities Council’s website with the following link: www.connecticuthistory.org. The story of “Chamberlin Mill: A Woodstock Survivor” has been added to this very interesting roster of places, people, and events connected with Connecticut history.