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The Cornwall Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and presentation of the history of Cornwall and its people.
7 Pine Street, Cornwall
Inspired by the founding of the Garden Club of America, nine Litchfield women founded this garden club in September of 1913. The club offers a variety of educational and informative programs to the public, such as open public meetings on floral design and horticulture, and highlighting the club’s long tradition of contributions to the community in civic beautification, projects and conservation education.
Founded in 1856, The Litchfield Historical Society is dedicated to collecting, preserving and interpreting Litchfield County’s history through its historic house, museum and research library.
7 South Street,
Building bridges between the past, present and future through programs, collections and exhibitions is the mission of the Sharon Historical Society.
18 Main Street, Sharon
Alliance Française is a non-profit organization that promotes French culture and language. In addition to language lessons, they also offer cultural and economic discussions, French literature discussions, scholarship awards, language skill games, and lectures discussing French films. Membership is open to everyone interested in French. To become a member, contact them at the website below.
1 Pomperaug Office Park, Suite 301, Southbury
Founded in 1999, ASAP! is a social profit organization recognized as the place for high quality and innovative learning experiences. We believe that when we honor children’s imaginations, invite them to create, encourage them to take risks, and trust their resourcefulness, they will become the empowered, resilient, and compassionate adults the world really needs. Serving nearly 10,000 students throughout CT each year, ASAP! promotes equality, diversity, and inclusion in all its programs.
Bee Brook Road, Unit B, Washington Depot
A great resource for local artists and art lovers, this association holds wonderful exhibitions in their art gallery and offers studio courses, workshops, lectures and special events. Membership is open to individuals and families.
4 Bryan Memorial Plaza, Washington Depot
The goals of the members of the Washington Garden Club are to stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening and to restore, improve and protect the quality of the environment. Growing winter squash at the Judea Community Garden, maintaining the Gunn Museum Panel Gardens, adding bulbs and plantings along the River Walk & Pavilion are just a few of the hands on projects the WCG is involved in.
P.O. Box 228, Washington Depot
The Golden Button Arts & Craft Studio is for people of all ages. From painting nights for adults (with cocktails and snacks) to children’s birthday parties, machine sewing classes, crochet, hand sewing, woodland arts, needle felting, and even family art nights, there’s something for everyone. The founder, Kate Gorham, is a painter and crafter, herself, working in many different mediums from paint to fibers. Kate always welcomes you with a smile, is very creative, and really fantastic with kids and adults. As a teaching artist, she passes on her passion and experience to her students inspiring them to create and enjoy the process. See our article on the studio here.