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  • Windham Arts

    The Windham Area Arts Collaborative, Inc. is comprised of member arts organizations and several individual artists who have come together to foster and promote the arts and cultural life of the Windham region. Our goal is to maintain a multicultural, multidisciplinary, and ...

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  • Hebron Harvest Fair

    From a small district fair that ran for three days in 1971 and drew a few thousand people on the donated grounds on Wall Street in Hebron, a giant has grown. The detailed history of how it happened has been told many times, so let's take a look at what it has become in 33 ye...

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  • Nathan Hale Ancient Fifes and Drums

    The Nathan Hale Ancient Fifes and Drums, Inc. have been officially recognized as the reactivated 19th Connecticut Regiment of Foot - Continental Line. Organized in 1965, the group now is comprised of four units: The Field Music (Better known as The Nathan Hale Ancient Fifes ...

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  • Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts

    About Us: Jorgensen first opened its doors on December 6, 1955, when its inaugural concert featured the Boston Symphony Orchestra with Conductor Charles Munch. It quickly sold out. In a review of Jorgensen’s opening night, The Hartford Courant wrote, “Somethin...

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  • Connecticut Repertory Theatre

    Mission Statement: Connecticut Repertory Theatre is the producing arm of the University of Connecticut's Department of Dramatic Arts. CRT produces under a year-round contract with Actors' Equity Association, and serves as a cultural center for Connecticut and the New England...

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  • The Ballard Institute And Museum Of Puppetry

    A puppet is the artist's soul set free. The Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry (BIMP) is the State Museum of Puppetry for Connecticut. Located on the UConn Depot Campus in Storrs, the Museum preserves and exhibits puppets from around the world as well as those created...

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  • Community Voice Channel

    About Community Voice Channel:  Community Voice Channel is the non-profit cable access television center that serves the towns of Andover, Bolton, Ellington, Hebron, Marlborough, Tolland and Veron, Connecticut. Public Access Television was created to give community mem...

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  • Connecticut Archaeology Center

    In 1987 the Office of State Archaeology (OSA) was established as a part of the Connecticut State Museum of Natural History to provide local municipalities the technical assistance they needed to help preserve archaeological resources within their communities. In 2004, the Co...

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  • J. Robert Donnelly Husky Heritage Sports Museum

    Located in the new and expanded UConn Alumni Center in the heart of the University of Connecticut's main campus in Storrs, the Husky Heritage Sports Museum is the ultimate library documenting the wide-ranging successes of Connecticut's athletic programs. The state-of-the-ar...

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  • Contemporary Art Galleries

    Mission Statement To enhance the quality of UConn’s visual environment and support the educational obligations to which a world-class university aspires. Making contemporary art available to the university community and extending to the regional community by providing...

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  • Benton Homestead

    The Homestead, a 1720 house and the oldest still remaining in Tolland, was lived in by members of the Benton family for more than two centuries. It retains many original features such as paneling, wide board floors. All five fireplaces have been restored to use....

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  • Old County Jail And Museum

    About Us: During the 19th Century, Tolland was the hub of law and order for all of Tolland County. All those who broke the law in any of the towns of Tolland County were tried in the Courthouse, and, if found guilty of misdemeanors requiring jail time of up to one year, wou...

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  • New England Civil War Museum

    Our Mission The New England Civil War Museum and its library, works to convey the lessons of the American Civil War. We exist to perpetuate the memory of the Civil War and of those who helped to save the Union, through the preservation and display of relics of that war. The...

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  • Eastern Connecticut State University Performing Arts Department

    The Performing Arts Department offers a BA degree program as well as numerous performance opportunities in Theatre, Music and Dance. Courses in Performing Arts are also part of the General Education Requirements. Importantly, all students can become actively involved onstage...

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  • Connecticut State Museum Of Natural History

    About Us: As a member of the UConn community, the Connecticut State Museum of Natural History is part of a long academic tradition - a tradition founded not only on passing knowledge to future generations, but also on applying this knowledge to solve problems and improve th...

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  • Windham Theatre Guild

    About Us The Windham Theatre Guild is a non-profit organization that has been producing quality community theatre since 1985. Hundreds of community volunteers join us each year as we strive to offer live theatrical and musical productions and education in the performing arts...

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  • Birch Mountain Pottery

    About UsSince opening her studio in 1985, potter Susan Gerr has offered the community the opportunity to catch a glimpse into a working pottery studio, as well as purchase finished work displayed in the retail showroom. Other crafts, created by local craftspeople are also av...

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  • Manchester Symphony Orchestra And Chorale

    Our Mission: The mission of the Manchester Symphony and Chorale (MSOC) is to: 1) promote the performance of quality orchestral and choral music on a non-profit basis; 2) enhance the enjoyment and enrichment of its members; 3) contribute to the furtherance of the performing...

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  • Podunk Bluegrass Festival

    The Podunk Bluegrass Music Festival will celebrate its 12th year with one of its most outstanding line-ups to date. The festival will run from Thursday, August 2nd through Sunday, August 5th at Martin Park in East Hartford, Connecticut. People always ask, "How nice can this ...

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  • Hicks Stearns Museum

    The Hicks-Stearns house is an outstanding example of the architectural development of a home from the simple utilitarian design of the mid-seventeen hundreds to the highly ornate style of the Victorian period. The house is centrally, and beautifully located on the Historic T...

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  • Jillson House Museum

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  • William Benton Museum of Art

    MISSION STATEMENT: The William Benton Museum of Art, The University of Connecticut, has been established for the collection, preservation, research, and interpretation of works of art. The Museum exists for the University of Connecticut academic community, for the citizens ...

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  • Renaissance Revival

    About Us: The Renaissance Revival, based in Storrs, Connecticut, has been delighting its audiences since 1974. Specializing in vocal music of the 15th and 16th centuries, and performing in period costumes designed and created by its members, the ensemble offers at least t...

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  • Old Tolland County Courthouse

    The Courthouse was built in 1822.  It served all civil and criminal courts in the county until about 1890.  The second floor courtroom museum exhibits feature the growth of the town when it was the seat of Tolland County. Early civic buildings are rare in Connectic...

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  • Hebron Maple Festival

    The Maple Festival is held annually the second weekend in March throughout the Town of Hebron, Connecticut. Each year thousands of people come from miles around to enjoy and experience the weekend of maple related events. The goal for this event is to bring families togethe...

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  • Bright Spot Children's Playplace

    At The Bright Spot young children are free to create, to explore, and to play in a space created just for them. All of our art materials are non-toxic and many are made from all-natural ingredients. We've used zero VOC paint on our walls and BPA free floor mats with both you...

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  • Tolland County 4-H Fair
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  • Mansfield Drive-In
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  • University of Connecticut Planetarium
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  • Wickware Planetarium
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  • Coventry Fest
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  • National Puppetry Festival

     The Festival will include more than 20 national and international performances, 30 professional workshops and master classes, 6 exhibitions, a parade, outdoor spectacles and many unanticipated events across the UConn campus and in Storrs Center...

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  • Cast Children's Theatre

    CAST is a theater organization helping to preserve the arts in the greater Manchester area and beyond. CAST started as a small childrens' theater group run out of the home of its Co-Founder, Donna Mercier. In the beginning, CAST operated primarily during the summer, mounting...

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  • The MFA Puppet Arts Festival
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  • Hartford Funny Bone

    History:Funny Bone Comedy Club and Dinner Theatre has been the career launching pad for dozens of the familiar faces  of television and film. Such Superstars as Drew Carey, Jerry Seinfeld, Jeff Foxworthy, David Alan Grier, Ellen Degeneres, Chris Rock, Bobcat Goldthwaite...

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  • Winter Blues Fest
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  • Willimantic 3rd Thursday Street Fest
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  • Strawberry Festival
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  • Victorian Days
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  • Student Short Film Festival
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