Carmon Community Funeral Homes of Windsor and Windsor’s American Legion Gray-Dickenson Post #59 will host its annual Wreaths Across America wreath-laying ceremony on Saturday, December 18th at 12 p.m. at the Windsor Veterans Memorial Cemetery on East St. All are invited to attend this special event that will be held on the same day as more than 2,500 similar wreath-laying ceremonies will be held across the U.S., at sea and abroad. Last year, more than 500 wreaths were placed by volunteers in Windsor.
“This year’s annual ceremony in the Windsor Veterans Memorial Cemetery will feature a color
The Windsor Lions Club is holding our second annual, no contact Breakfast Sandwich "A Go Go" on December 18th from 8:00-11:00am with all proceeds going to Windsor's Project Santa. This drive through fundraiser will be held at LP Wilson, 599 Matianuck Ave., Windsor, Ct. Join us for some cheer, and let the Lion elves serve you a delicious, freshly made breakfast sandwich.
Holiday Display to Benefit Windsor Food & Fuel Bank
Windsor Man's Holiday Inflatable Lawn Wonderland is Twice as Big as Last Year to Benefit the Windsor Food & Fuel Bank
A popular local holiday display is even bigger this year! Windsor resident Jason Santos again his sharing his love for the season by showcasing his front lawn with 65 inflatable holiday characters and music, while collecting food for the Windsor Food & Fuel Bank at the same time. From now through December 25 - Christmas night, everyone is invited to come view his outdoor wonderland at 25 Tiffany Drive in Windsor, Conn. The colorful display is open every night from 4:30 p.m.
All are welcome to join us for a talk and discussion with Pamela Atwood MA, CDP of Atwood Dementia Group on Thursday, December 16th. The discussion will begin at 5:00 PM with a light supper to follow. If you'd like to attend this discussion, please RSVP to the Caring Connection at (860) 547-0251.
Meetings start on 3rd Tuesday of the month. Come see what we are all about....Shad Ball, Comedy Night, High School Scholarships, Bingo, Santa Event, and so much more! For more info or questions, email us at email@example.com.
The club meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month from September to May. Typically, general meetings are held at Union Street Tavern, located at 20 Union Street, Windsor, CT. During this current pandemic, we are meeting virtually. Contact us to get the link! Meetings begin at 7:00 PM.
Voices Against Lyme Disease a 501(c)3, based in Windsor, CT is continuing their Support Group for those with a tickborne illness or a family member and friends. This group meets on the first and third Saturday of every month and is free to anyone wishing to join us. We use strict COVID 19 guidelines for our meetings. In addition, to support discussions we also provide up to date research information on tick borne illnesses, awareness and prevention.
Women’s Craft Show Weekend: Saturday • Dec 18 • 10am – 3:30pm and Sunday • Dec 19 • 11am – 3:30pm The Windsor Art Center is hosting the WOET Marketplace, a group of phenomenal women artists whose work is high quality and stunning, yet affordable. You’ll find original works including jewelry, mudcloth totes and scarfs, holiday table runners, handmade ornaments, journals, art clothing and other accessories. Feel the warmth and joy of connection with the artists, and friends!
Participating Artists: Jackie Bright, Kim Cannon, Linda Jones, Brenda Lee, Linda Martin, Andrea Montgomery, Martha Simp
Dr. George B. Curry will be sponsoring the 28th annual “Visit with Santa Claus” at the Wilson Fire Department, 50 Pine Lane, Windsor (at the corner of Rt. 218 & Pine Lane) on Saturday, December 18th from 10:00am to 12:00pm. All children will receive a gift from Santa and a picture with Santa Claus. For more information contact (860) 688-1218.
Gallery Day on Saturday, December 18 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. will feature a special free showing of the Society’s two changing exhibit galleries. Experience A Home Away from Home: Greater Hartford’s West Indian Diaspora and Bound Together: The Complexities of Black-White Relations in Early Windsor at the stately Chaffee House museum, as well as 100 Years of Windsor Historical Society in the main museum building. Open for a rare self-guided experience, Society staff and docents will be on hand to answer questions and discuss these evocative history experiences.
Stop by FTDT from 11 am to noon on Friday to learn about First Town projects and hear how you can get involved! Our office is located at 161 Broad Street. We look forward to talking with you. Please RSVP at 860-247-8982.
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