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Sad Story - Happy Ending

Since 2012 when the beloved Twin Oaks of Sharon were felled, twenty-nine artists have been hard at work turning the wood into art and utensils. Their work is on display at the at Hotchkiss Tremaine Gallery this coming Saturday. The exhibit, Reflections Twin Oaks Artisan Gala Opening

The Sharon Land Trust started in 1982 in an effort to preserve the land, culture and heritage of rural Sharon, CT. When development threatened the Twin Oaks Field, the board of director’s, lead by Larry Power, set out to save its beauty for future generations.

With the help of generous residents, The Sharon Land Trust bought the 70-acre property in 1998, continuing its land acquisition for conservation. The Sharon Land Trust now holds over 1037 acres with a membership of more than 300 families.

The Sharon Land Trust plays a supporting role in the Sharon community, regularly hosting events. Reflections opens at 5 pm on October 23rd, admission $45. To purchase tickets or for further information, please visit The Sharon Trust website below.