Outside Swap Meet Space
$10 per space (April, June, September)
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The museum had the privilege to donate in a very small way to a wonderful program run by Ed Cutler and his family right here in Windsor, CT. Ed takes old benches that he spots in his travels and refurbishes them and donates them to disabled vet
Inside Swap meet Space $15
Interested in becoming an amateur radio operator?
Check out the Education page for information regarding classes.
This is the new owner of our bench, Chris Roseberry and his fiancee, who live and work at a resort for disabled vets in Rome, ME. Thank you Ed Cutler and family!!
Outside Swap Meets - April, June, September
Inside Swap Meets - December, February
The award also covers other, energy efficient ideas such as:
• The Transpired Solar Air-Collector, a porous “window” panel that directly fan-heats inside space.
The Air to Air Heat Exchanger to bring in freshly heated outside air in exchange for stale air inside.
• The Omega Rail, a strong, light weight, minimally visible overhead rapid pedestrian transfer scheme.
All these examples benefit society and the environment in multiple ways!
Click here to download the schedule as a pdf
Museum's Old Bench
Longtime volunteer, Ed Sax has been presented the Seabury chapter of the Earth Charter Group’s “Sustainability Achievement Award of Excellence”. The Earth Charter is a declaration of fundamental principles for building a just, sustainable, and peaceful global society.
Benches for Heroes
If you know of a disabled vet who would like a bench or an old bench that would be a candidate for the Benches for Heroes project, contact Ed at email@example.com or visit his Facebook page
Swap Meet : Purchase Your Space Online
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Just in time for winter - hand knitted winter hats! in our online store!
Museum Volunteer Receives Earth Charter Award
Swap Meet Dates 2019
Ed earned the award for the Solar Adaptive Exterior Wall he built by hand-for the east wall of Vintage Radio and Communication Museum which has lowered the interior energy consumption dramatically by its seamless thermal mass recovery effect.