We are excited to welcome Connecticut's history and museum community back to our home base at CCSU in New Britain this year. We'll be in a larger, more spacious building, with an airy atrium for our exhibitor hall, and plenty of space for sessions, networking, breakouts, and more—not to mention convenient free parking in an adjacent garage.
For more information about the 2023 conference, including the schedule at a glance and other updates as they come, please visit our 2023 conference page.Registration
The basic conference registration is $90 and includes a boxed lunch and additional refreshments in the morning and afternoon. Discounted rates are available for CLHO members ($75), conference presenters ($55), students ($45), and others. CLHO member organizations may register up to six people at the discounted member rate.
Registrants will be asked to choose from the following boxed lunch choices as part of their registration:
Advance registration closes May 31. Attendees may register at the door the day of the conference at a higher rate, but may not receive a lunch.
- Classic Turkey Club: Smoked turkey with Swiss cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise on sourdough bread
- Smoked Ham, Brie and Apple on Sourdough: Smoked ham with brie cheese, Granny Smith apple, baby arugula and Dijonnaise on sourdough
- Mindful Quinoa Salad: Quinoa with tomato, red pepper, hominy, cilantro and sherry vinaigrette over mixed greens (gluten free/vegan)
Optional Field Trips
For a small additional charge, conference attendees may also choose to attend one of two optional fields trips to local museums during the afternoon (2:00–3:00 pm): the New Britain Industrial Museum and the New Britain Museum of American Art. Field trip registration is on a first come, first served basis, and must be completed separately from conference registration.
To learn more about the field trip options and sign up, please visit the field trip registration page.
Special Thanks to our Lead Sponsors for this year's conference:
William G. Pomeroy Foundation