East Windsor CT Trails Day hike
Sunday, June 2 at 10:00 AM
Scantic River State Park (end of Melrose Road, Broad Brook).
Take in the sights and sounds of a 2.5 mile hike on a multi-use trail along the scenic Scantic River. Meet near the historic Melrose Bridge (take Route 140 to Melrose Road in Broad Brook/East Windsor, proceed west to end of Melrose Road to River). Rain or shine (Questions – find us on Facebook at American Heritage River Commission)
Welcome to Syme Family Farm
“We only sell what we grow ourselves”
72 Windsorville Road
Broad Brook, CT
Spring has arrived! The greenhouse is full and we are feverishly planting and seeding on a daily basis. This spring we will again be offering our own hanging baskets, veggie plants, herb plants and annuals. We are also growing a lot of cut flower seedlings for our Cut Flower business, over 80 different varieties!
Open Friday-Sunday May 17th-19th
Open Friday-Sunday May 24th-26th
Open Friday-Sunday May 31st-June 2nd
Hours 10:00 am-5:oo pm
JUN 2-A fun event to raise money for Juvenile Huntington’s Disease. There will be raffles, too. Come and support this cause!
Celebrity Bartender Event
Fundraiser For Meg’s Fighting 4 A Cure
Fundraising event benefitting Meg’s Fight 4 A Cure for Juvenile Huntington’s Disease. On June 2, 2019 from 1-4. At Sofia’s Restaurant 136 Prospect Hill Road, East Windsor, CT 06088
Meaghan was a sweet fifteen year old girl that inherited the Huntington gene from her father. She passed away from the disease.
Her Mother is on a mission to raise funds to assist the University of California, Davis Campus, with their continued research, as well as to help families with terminally ill children obtain equipment or other opportunities not covered by insurance.
We will be participating in Connecticut Open House Day this coming Saturday! Thank you to Visit Connecticut for organizing this statewide event highlighting Connecticut’s amazing attractions!
Receive free admission with one paid admission, higher price prevails. To qualify for this Open House Day special, all visitors must show a valid Connecticut driver’s license.
Come out and support the Bulldogs- which encompasses East Windsor,Somers and Stafford-Please contact Sarah at 860-268-6600 to get tickets
Join author and historian Martin Podskoch on Saturday, June 15 at 1 p.m. at the Warehouse Point Library, 107 Main Street, East Windsor as he speaks about his recent book,
The Connecticut 169 Club: Your Passport and Guide to Exploring Connecticut. Marty has put together a guide to our state’s 169 towns, all written by local experts. Each entry includes highlights of the town’s location, history and interesting places to visit.
The perfect guide for a summer staycation! Books will be available for purchase and book signing. Gary Mazzone, local resident and author of the East Windsor chapter will also be in attendance and available at the book signing. For more information, check our webpage, www.warehousepointlibrary or call the library at 860-623-5482.
This Saturday, June 15, there is an opening reception at Agonist Gallery for “I AM YOUR BEST FRI3ND,” a multi-media production by Alexander Califournia. The reception runs from 6 pm to 8 pm and will include a film screening at 7 pm. There will also be drawings, poetry, music, and food.
“Behind-the-Scenes” tour will give visitors the opportunity to take a close-up look at some of the current restoration projects including Connecticut Company #3001, Brooklyn Rapid Transit #169 & Northern Ohio Traction & Light Co. #1500 ‘Northern’. Additionally, tour the grounds that are normally closed off to visitors with a Museum guide.
During your visit you will also learn more about our sixteen Firetrucks and Fire alarm office with a working 1904 Gamewell panel fire alarm system that is actively used at the Museum.
Get up close and personal as you climb aboard selected Trolleys from our incredible collection. Tour our Visitor Center full of historic trolleys. Pack a picnic lunch and come and spend some time with the family. You can ride the Trolley cars as many times as you would like!
Dads and Granddads receive FREE admission when accompanied by a paying adult or child.
Admission is $13.00 for ages 13 and up, $12.00 for seniors (62 and up), $11.00 for ages 4-12 and $4 for ages 3 and under. Museum Members receive half off admission.
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.