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Dec
22
Sun
Christmas at Cornerstone @ Cornerstone Church of Broad Brook CT
Dec 22 @ 10:00 am – 11:15 am

Join us for a wonderful Christmas Service at Cornerstone Church in Broad Brook, CT.

*Great Worship with our Praise Band and Singers
*Advent Calendar Gift Give Away
*Inspirational Sunday Talk by Pastor Greg Stokes
*Ending with a candle light service that will warm the hearts of all who attend

Public invited
Nursery provided

www.cornerstonechurchct.com

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Winterfest 2019 @ CT Trolley Museum
Dec 22 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Connecticut Trolley Museum presents Winterfest 2019 and the “Tunnel of Lights” beginning Friday, November 29th. Winterfest will be open from 5PM until 9PM Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights from Thanksgiving Weekend through New Year’s Eve. Santa will be onsite in a historic caboose for photos and to give a small gift to each child until he has to fly back to the North Pole on Christmas Eve. Admission prices are $15 for adults, $14 for seniors (62+), $11 for children (ages 4-12), $4 for children (3 & under).

Winterfest and the “Tunnel of Lights” is celebrating its 41st operating year as a family holiday tradition. Halls are decked both inside and outside with over 15,000 light bulbs. Outside, closed trolley cars transport jolly guests down a tunnel of lights as they sing traditional Christmas Carols with their trolley car operators. For an open air view of the “Tunnel of Lights,” one open sleigh car is lit up entirely with holiday lights. Be sure to dress warm and bring blankets.
Inside the Visitor Center is a Winter Wonderland where Santa meets and greets children inside a historic caboose. Multiple model train layouts, both large and small are located in the main hall.

For more information about Winterfest and the Tunnel of Lights, call (860) 627-6540 or visit www.ct-trolley.org

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Dec
24
Tue
Service of Eucharist and Carols at St Johns Episcopal @ St Johns Episcopal Church
Dec 24 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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The Service of Eucharist and Carols will be at 7 p. m. on December 24 at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 92 Main Street, East Windsor, CT 06088.

All are Welcome!!

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More info contact (860) 623-3273

Dec
27
Fri
Winterfest 2019 @ CT Trolley Museum
Dec 27 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Connecticut Trolley Museum presents Winterfest 2019 and the “Tunnel of Lights” beginning Friday, November 29th. Winterfest will be open from 5PM until 9PM Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights from Thanksgiving Weekend through New Year’s Eve. Santa will be onsite in a historic caboose for photos and to give a small gift to each child until he has to fly back to the North Pole on Christmas Eve. Admission prices are $15 for adults, $14 for seniors (62+), $11 for children (ages 4-12), $4 for children (3 & under).

Winterfest and the “Tunnel of Lights” is celebrating its 41st operating year as a family holiday tradition. Halls are decked both inside and outside with over 15,000 light bulbs. Outside, closed trolley cars transport jolly guests down a tunnel of lights as they sing traditional Christmas Carols with their trolley car operators. For an open air view of the “Tunnel of Lights,” one open sleigh car is lit up entirely with holiday lights. Be sure to dress warm and bring blankets.
Inside the Visitor Center is a Winter Wonderland where Santa meets and greets children inside a historic caboose. Multiple model train layouts, both large and small are located in the main hall.

For more information about Winterfest and the Tunnel of Lights, call (860) 627-6540 or visit www.ct-trolley.org

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Dec
28
Sat
Winterfest 2019 @ CT Trolley Museum
Dec 28 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Connecticut Trolley Museum presents Winterfest 2019 and the “Tunnel of Lights” beginning Friday, November 29th. Winterfest will be open from 5PM until 9PM Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights from Thanksgiving Weekend through New Year’s Eve. Santa will be onsite in a historic caboose for photos and to give a small gift to each child until he has to fly back to the North Pole on Christmas Eve. Admission prices are $15 for adults, $14 for seniors (62+), $11 for children (ages 4-12), $4 for children (3 & under).

Winterfest and the “Tunnel of Lights” is celebrating its 41st operating year as a family holiday tradition. Halls are decked both inside and outside with over 15,000 light bulbs. Outside, closed trolley cars transport jolly guests down a tunnel of lights as they sing traditional Christmas Carols with their trolley car operators. For an open air view of the “Tunnel of Lights,” one open sleigh car is lit up entirely with holiday lights. Be sure to dress warm and bring blankets.
Inside the Visitor Center is a Winter Wonderland where Santa meets and greets children inside a historic caboose. Multiple model train layouts, both large and small are located in the main hall.

For more information about Winterfest and the Tunnel of Lights, call (860) 627-6540 or visit www.ct-trolley.org

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Dec
29
Sun
Winterfest 2019 @ CT Trolley Museum
Dec 29 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Connecticut Trolley Museum presents Winterfest 2019 and the “Tunnel of Lights” beginning Friday, November 29th. Winterfest will be open from 5PM until 9PM Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights from Thanksgiving Weekend through New Year’s Eve. Santa will be onsite in a historic caboose for photos and to give a small gift to each child until he has to fly back to the North Pole on Christmas Eve. Admission prices are $15 for adults, $14 for seniors (62+), $11 for children (ages 4-12), $4 for children (3 & under).

Winterfest and the “Tunnel of Lights” is celebrating its 41st operating year as a family holiday tradition. Halls are decked both inside and outside with over 15,000 light bulbs. Outside, closed trolley cars transport jolly guests down a tunnel of lights as they sing traditional Christmas Carols with their trolley car operators. For an open air view of the “Tunnel of Lights,” one open sleigh car is lit up entirely with holiday lights. Be sure to dress warm and bring blankets.
Inside the Visitor Center is a Winter Wonderland where Santa meets and greets children inside a historic caboose. Multiple model train layouts, both large and small are located in the main hall.

For more information about Winterfest and the Tunnel of Lights, call (860) 627-6540 or visit www.ct-trolley.org

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Dec
30
Mon
Open Skate Event (Open to East Windsor Residents) @ Enfield Twin Rinks
Dec 30 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

East Windsor Parks and Recreation

We hope you will join us for our annual Open Skate Event at Enfield Twin Rinks on Monday, December 30th! East Windsor Parks & Recreation has rented out a rink from 11:00am-1:00pm and skating is just $5.00 per person (pay at the door – cash only please).Image may contain: one or more people, people playing sports and text

Jan
1
Wed
10th Annual New Years Day Hike! @ Scantic River State Park-
Jan 1 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Jan
11
Sat
Asnuntuck Saturday Registration @ Asnuntuck Community College
Jan 11 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Jan
14
Tue
Monthly Business/ Board of Directors meeting @ Performance Kars Unlimited (Collision Specialists)
Jan 14 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

The Monthly Business/Board of Directors meeting will be held at 5:30 pm this Month at Performance Kars Unlimited 5 Stoughton Road East Windsor Ct 06088.

. Discussion to include Upcoming TVCA Events (for Our members to Network Regionally with 5 Neighboring Chambers) and This Years EWCC’s Calendar which will include a celebration at Our 25th Annual Meeting.& Awarding this Years 2020 Business of the Year.

( Announcement of this Winner will announced shortly)

EWCC Members and those with an Interest in Supporting Business and the Economic Future of East Windsor are Encouraged and Welcomed to attend.

East Windsor “Where the Sun Rises” on Business & Community!