The Historical Society of Glastonbury (HSG) brings you “Connecticut Made” presented by Cynthia Parzych, on Tuesday, March 27th at 7:30pm at the First Church Congregational, 2183 Main Street in Glastonbury. This is the second of four free presentations open to the public which the HSG sponsors throughout the year. Join Connecticut native Cynthia Parzych and learn about the spiritual “road trip” she took while researching and writing her book Connecticut Made: A Unique Guidebook to Local Resources and Cottage Industries Learn about creative craftsmen, artisans and entrepreneurs that reside in Connecticut and what motivates their loyal supporters. This talk will inspire you to take your own road trip to visit local businesses, discover local history and have fun finding out what goes on in Connecticut. About Cynthia Parzych Born and educated in Connecticut, Cynthia Parzych is a writer, book publisher, editor and professional chef. She lives in Glastonbury where she runs her publishing company and a food business. She utilizes the produce grown on her property and sourced locally to make sauces, soups, pesto, pickles, vinegars, jams and marmalades all sold from her house and farm stand. This presentation is FREE and open to the public. Parking is in the rear of the Church. Come in the bottom rear door or the side door facing the driveway. Phone 860-633-6890 or visit www.hsgct.org for events and more information.