Apr
10
Sat
Dinosaur Bones in East Windsor? @ ZOOM Event see info below
Apr 10 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

The Warehouse Point Library will be Celebrating Dinosaurs this April..

Did you know the first dinosaur bones found in North America were discovered in East Windsor?  East Windsor resident, Nancy Masters, will discuss the story of where the bones were found, facts about the Anchisaurus and how this area became a treasure trove of dinosaur fossils on Saturday, April 10 at 10:30 a.m.  for the Warehouse Point Library, 107 Main Street, East Windsor.

To receive the link for East Windsor’s Anchisaurus, an interactive Zoom program, register on the library’s website, www.warehousepointlibrary.info.  A recording of the lecture will be available April 11 on the website.  For more information contact the Library at 860-623-5482.

Library Association of Warehouse Point

107 Main Street

East Windsor, CT  06088

860-623-5482

Apr
11
Sun
Second Sunday at Bassdale Plaza @ Bassdale Plaza
Apr 11 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

May be an image of text that says 'Arts and Craft Fair Second Sunday Each Month Time: 1-4 pm Location: Bassdale Plaza Live Music Fu Trucks'

 

Spring is here, dark and long winter is behind us, let’s find Joy!

Bassdale Plaza is  starting a Brand New Community Event:

 “Second Sunday at Bassdale Plaza”.

On the Second Sunday of the Month running from 1-4P, The Bassdale Plaza invites the entire Community (FREE) to enjoy Live  Music, Artists, Crafters and food truck service.

“The Bassdale Plaza wanted to let the Community have a fun, safe, and uplifting place to come” Helen Bass commented.

Helen continued” the Best thing about Bassdale Plaza is we open space, lots room for safe distancing. I am picturing, music playing by 150 house, people can just sit on the grass and enjoy being together but with lots space”.

“There are so many who makes beautiful Crafts and Artists in Our Community and we thought this would be a great time to assist them in displaying and selling their wares.

It will be **Free to vendors to come and sell their items.(**all we ask is donation of can goods for Our Local Food Pantry)”.

Perhaps they can make some money. It’s our way help our community in these hard times” Helen said.

Looking for (Great Opportunity):

  1. Musicians; solo or band
  2. Vendors -artist and craft, must be homemade, handcrafted – uncommon or even unique. Booth is Free.!
  3. FOOD TRUCKS! must have a great food!

To sign up or for More information please contact/

Helen Bass, 860-977-6766

Apr
17
Sat
Season Opening of Community Gardens @ East Windsor Community Gardens
Apr 17 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

They Really Do Plow the Gardens with the Horses and Plow!May be an image of 1 person, horse, outdoors and text that says 'Feeling a little frisky like our friends here? Anxious to get outside and enjoy the Spring season? ******************** The East Windsor Agricultural Commission Invites you to join them on Saturday, April 17, 2021 at 12:00 noon for the season opening of The Community Gardens. Join us for plowing demonstration mask Please continue to follow COVID safety practices and wear and space yourself feet apart. Rain date Saturday, April 24h, 12:00 noon. Join us as we welcome bountiful harvest. (Plots will be available for use May 1ã)'

Apr
21
Wed
 Dinosaurs, Tails and Tales, a Virtual Program @ Virtual Tour from warehouse Point Library
Apr 21 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

The Warehouse Point Library will be hosting Dinosaurs, Tails and Tales, a Virtual Program on Wednesday, April 21 at 11 a.m.

Join a Dinosaur Rock expert for a fun and educational Jurassic journey, complete with museum-quality life size specimens such as Dinosaur skulls, claws, eggs and footprints as the backdrop to exploring the world of dinosaurs and fossils.

This will be an unforgettable field trip filled with learning and laughter. Advance registration is required; please sign-up on the library’s website,  www.warehousepointlibrary.info

May
15
Sat
Spring Fling (Beer & Wine Tasting) @ CT Trolley Museum
May 15 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Sample wine and beer from local wineries and breweries while enjoying all the Museum has to offer including live music. Stay posted for which Food Trucks will be on-site. Cost will be $20 for adults and seniors (21+) which will cover admission to the museum and the tastings. Children ages 3 and under free, ages 4-12 $8 and ages 13+ $11.
Additionally, take as many trolley rides as you would like operated by period dressed motormen. Learn historic information about each car you ride and how the museum began. Inside the Visitor Center you will find static trolley cars and artifacts and a gift shop to buy that ‘special’ souvenir. On the same grounds is the Connecticut Fire Truck Museum complete with antique fire trucks and apparatus. All activities, tastings and Fire Truck Museum entrance is included with your admission price.
The event runs from 11am-3pm with the museum open 10:00am-4:30pm. For more information visit www.ct-trolley.org or call 860-627-6540.
The Connecticut Trolley Museum is located at 58 North Road (Rt. 140) and is a short 15 minutes north of Hartford or a short 15 minutes south of Springfield.

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Cocktails on the Chicago 303 @ CT Trolley Museum
May 15 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Take a ride on the Chicago, Aurora & Elgin Railroad 303 known as the “Roarin’ Elgin” or the “Great Third Rail”. Enjoy signature drinks from the early 1900’s time period while learning more about the 303. More details to follow-