Easton boys, girls and adults are needed to help clean up the Bradley-Hubbell House to prepare for its first open house on June 8.
The Easton Historical Society will host the cleanup Saturday, May 14, from 9 a.m. to noon. Volunteers will be asked to rake and pick up twigs outside, dust and vacuum inside, and clean up the barn and garage.
The Bradley-Hubbell House will host its first open house June 8 for third-graders from Samuel Staples Elementary School. The first open house for the community will be June 12. Open houses will continue every other Sunday.
The house, located at 535 Black Rock Turnpike, was turned over to the Historical Society by the Bridgeport Hydraulic Co. It was built in 1816 for Aljah Bradley, his wife Elizabeth Dimon Bradley and their eight children. In 1917, the Hubbell family added modern features such as running water to the kitchen.
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