Oxford Town Hall

The Oxford Town Hall is the next building which houses the Library on the lower floor and the Senior Center in the meeting room.  One of our famous residents, Stephen B. Church who was an inventor, bequeathed close to one million dollars to the town to build a new town hall in his name. He was born in 1866, and exhibited the first gasoline engines at the Danbury Fair. He began the building and erection of wells operated by wind power and progressed to drilling deep driven wells (artesian wells) which became very popular for commercial and home use. The building is called the S. B. Church Memorial Town Hall.  

Also located on the grounds is the Gazebo which is the site for the summer concert series and Kirk's Pond behind the Gazebo.

Continue on Rt. 67 for 1.1 miles to Christian Street. The Josiah Twitchell House will be on the corner.

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63 Oxford Town Hall
(Photo by Markanthony Izzo)

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Oxford Gazebo

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