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15th Annual Brass Button Award and 1st Waterbury Clock Award Ceremony

BRASS BUTTON AWARD The Annual Brass Button Award recognizes the outstanding contributions of individuals in the greater Waterbury area who, like the Museum, are dedicated to the cultural and social enrichment of their community. Each year, the Museum’s Board and past awardees nominate a person, couple, or family who go above and beyond in their efforts to reshape and help the greater Waterbury community. This year the Mattatuck Museum proudly honors, long-time community supporters Al Vagnini and Liz LaCava. WATERBURY CLOCK…

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June 27, 2024 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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BRASS BUTTON AWARD
The Annual Brass Button Award recognizes the outstanding contributions of individuals in the greater Waterbury area who, like the Museum, are dedicated to the cultural and social enrichment of their community. Each year, the Museum’s Board and past awardees nominate a person, couple, or family who go above and beyond in their efforts to reshape and help the greater Waterbury community. This year the Mattatuck Museum proudly honors, long-time community supporters Al Vagnini and Liz LaCava.
WATERBURY CLOCK AWARD
New this year, this award recognizes outstanding community building, this year’s recipient is ― Virginia “Ginny” O’Rourke.
Recipients will be celebrated with a reception and awards ceremony on Thursday, June 27, 2024 from 6pm to 9pm.
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Questions or ticket inquiries? Contact Jen Johnston, Interim Director of Development at 203-753-0381 x110 or jennifer@mattmuseum.org.
 

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