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A Night of Queer History

March 30 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Lighthouse, Wilton Pride and Wilton Historical Society present a night of Queer history at Wilton Historical Society! Come to Wilton Historical Society on Thursday, March 30 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. to learn about Queer history broadly through a fun game of Jeopardy and Queer history locally from lifetime Wiltonian and CT marriage equality advocate, Jeffrey Busch.

There will be a game of Jeopardy, a short presentation by Bush and plenty of gay cheer.
You will be randomly assigned to a Jeopardy team, so there is no pressure if you come alone. Bring just yourself, bring your friends and bring your parents. All are welcome at this special event!

Busch is a native Wiltonian who grew up and raised his family here. A lifelong advocate for social justice, Bush and his husband, Stephen Davis, were one of the seven couples that successfully sued Connecticut for the right to marry. He worked as a public interest attorney and an administrative judge. He is currently the owner of the Wilton business, Nantucket Spider. In his role as a justice of the peace, he greatly enjoys marrying other couples.

This event is for LGBTQ+ people and Allies of ALL ages. Registration is a must. Register online.

To learn more about Lighthouse, visit the Lighthouse website.

To learn more about Wilton Pride, visit the Wilton Pride Facebook page.

To learn more about Wilton Historical Society, visit the Wilton Historical Society website.


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Wilton Historical Society
224 Danbury Road
Wilton, CT
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