Last chance to see this exhibit at the Windsor Art Center is Saturday, March 5!
The Windsor Art Center is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition entitled Art from Across The Tracks: A Celebration of our “Studios” which will run January 15 through March 5, 2022. This exhibition includes works by resident studio artists at Windsor Train Station:
Andres Chaparro- paintings inspired by jazz LeaAnn Cogswell- representational sculpture of human and animal forms Cathy Doocy- explorations of composition and color using the vernacular of landscape painting Michelle Hawran- paintings inspire
Beat the winter doldrums! You don't need an expensive grow light system or outdoor greenhouse to get a jump spring/summer plants!
On Saturday, January 29 from 3:00 - 4:00 pm, local resident gardener and chairperson of the First Town Downtown Windsor Monarch Project, Suzanne Urban, will show you how to make your own mini-greenhouse and share her own tips on successful winter sowing.
The cost is $20 per person. Add $10 per additional family member. Seeds, organic soil and supplies will be provided.
Register early as socially distanced space is limited! We'll be at Bart's Drive In Restaurant
Are you a book enthusiast? Do you want to know what the next best book to read is? Are you part of a book club and are looking for the next title to discuss? Join the Main Library in our Meeting Room 1 in person for a Book Buzz Event to discuss books and reading on Sunday, January 23 from 3:00 to 4:30 PM. Registration Required. Free. 860-285-1918. To register, please visit https://www.windsorlibrary.com/adult/sign-up-for-a-program/
Our priority is to provide the best experience possible while following all COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions to keep you and your loved ones safe. Please call
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.
Swim lessons will begin on Saturday, January 29th and will continue every Saturday through March 12th. Swim lessons are held at the indoor pool at Windsor High School. Learn this critical lifelong skill from Windsor Recreation Department's finest lifeguards.
When/Where: Windsor High School Indoor Pool. Times vary depending on lessons. Ages: Varies depending on lesson/activity.
Drop off your homemade Valentine’s for Veterans no later than 5:00 PM on Friday, January 28th and we’ll make sure the cards get distributed to local Veterans’ organizations for Valentine’s Day. This activity can be a teachable moment for youth to learn who veterans are and why they are so important to our community. Cards must be dropped off at L.P. Wilson Community Center by 5:00 PM. 860-285-1946.
Join long time Society member and researcher Al Boehm for the fascinating story of how changes in the British royal government and the historic Charter Oak incident shaped Windsor’s 17th-century development and doubled the town’s buildable land.
This virtual program is presented in two parts via Zoom on consecutive Thursdays, January 20 and January 27 from 7 to 8 PM.
The Main Library invites you to our Needle Felting Workshop in person from 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM lead by Ewe & You owner Rachel Schuster. We’ll make a short garland of colorful hearts. Registration Required. Free. 860-285-1918. To register, please visit https://www.windsorlibrary.com/adult/sign-up-for-a-program/.
Our priority is to provide the best experience possible while following all COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions to keep you and your loved ones safe. Please call the Reference Desk at 860-285-1918 for updates on our COVID protocols.
We will host Patty Servaes of the Elder Benefits Resource Center. In partnership with Stonebrook Village, Patty will share the “Family Guide for the VA’s Basic Pension with Aid & Attendance in Assisted & Independent Living”. Wartime veterans and their surviving spouse may be eligible to receive a non-service connected pension known as Basic Pension with Aid and Attendance or Widow/Death Pension (Aid and Attendance).
Tuesday, January 25 at 9:30 AM during Coffee Connection in the Senior Center Cafe.
Bring Your Gadgets to the Geeks is back at the Windsor Public Library every Tuesday afternoon between 2:30 PM and 4:30 PM in Meeting Room 2, on the lower level. Drop in with your device and your questions, as always the advice is free.