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  • Cassidy Hill Vineyard

    Experience the natural beauty that is Cassidy Hill Vineyard. On fertile land overlooking the rolling hills of eastern Connecticut, we produce an eclectic collection of New England styled wines....

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  • Coventry Farmers Market

    Market Hours: SummerJune 4, 2017- October 29, 2017Sundays,11AM - 2PMLocation: Hale Homestead, 2299 South Street...

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  • Coventry Grange #75
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  • Coventry Republican Town Committee

    Our principles are guided by the conviction that less taxation and regulation on individuals and businesses, smaller and more efficient government and protection of individual rights and family value lead to prosperity and a higher quality of life.  We believe that the ...

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  • Coventry Rotary Club
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  • Graveside Manor
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  • Hickory Ridge Tree Farm

    Hickory Ridge Farm was established in 1945 by Martin and Lena Visny. It was accordingly named for the plentiful Hickory trees growing on the hillsides. Hickory Ridge Tree Farm came to be in 1960 with the first planting of White Spruce and Scotch pine seedlings by their son R...

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  • Hunt Christmas Tree Farm

    Features: - 1/2 mile stone covered loop road. - Free tree removal bag. - Santa everyday. - Some Blue Spruce growing in 15 gallon pots. Hours: Friday after Thanksgiving to December 24th...

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  • Maynards Farm
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  • Nathan Hale Homestead

    Today the Hale's family home is a museum open seasonally for tours and education programs. The property is visited annually by around 3,500 people. Its mission is to preserve the legacy of Capt. Nathan Hale through education programs, living history experiences, and the inte...

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  • The Fresh Air Fund

    The Fresh Air Fund, an independent, not-for-profit agency, has provided free summer experiences to more than 1.7 million New York City children from low-income neighborhoods since 1877. Each summer, over 4,000 inner-city children visit suburban, rural, and small town communi...

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