The Scotland Historical Society are the conservators of the Edward Waldo House which has a very long history in Scotland. Built in 1715, it remained in the Waldo family until 1975 and has a wonderful story to tell. The 10 acre property is also home to the Society’s annual Farm Day event, held on the third Saturday in May
Hours: By appointment
The Vanilla Bean Cafe offers a full menu with breakfast on weekends and a partial breakfast menu on weekdays. Lunch is served 7 days a week and dinner is served 5 nights a week-Wednesday-Sunday (Always vegetarian selection and many times seafood).
From grilled items, salads, build your own sandwiches and daily specials, lunch has something for everyone. Dinner is an excellent choice with focus on local products and home style entrees.
We offer live entertainment including many popular folk and bluegrass acts.
Hours: Monday and Tuesday, 7 a.m.-3 p.m., Wednesday and Thursday, 7 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday, 7 a.m.-9 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m.-9 p.m.
The Last Green Valley is tow things-it’s the 35- town National Heritage Corridor in eastern Connecticut and south-central Massachusetts, and it’s also your member-supported, non-profit stewardship organization working locally to celebrate our heritage, conserve our natural resources and respect our working lands.
TLGV is a membership organization that reflects the interest of a broad-based, grassroots constituency through a democratic process. The Board of Directors are elected by the membership at the annual meeting. Members participate in all committees, which is where the work of the organization is conceived and executed. Members include individuals, families, businesses, non-profits, corporations, regional and state entities, congressional delegations, and our 35 towns.
It is the role of the TLGV: 1. Promote partnership at the local, regional, state and federal levels to accomplish the mission and maximize limited resources. 2. Act as an educator/facilitator to motivate independent actionsthat will accomplish the mission and maximize limited resources, and 3. Take action through specific projects or programs when TLGV is the only or most appropriate entity to bring about initiation jor successful completion of critical work.
Bass fishermen love this 200 acre lake created by impounding the Quinnebaug River. The seasonal campground offers some sites with water and electricity. The 18-hole disc golf course is very popular. Hiking trails, boating, canoeing, restrooms with showers, and group picnic shelters are included in the ammenities. Interpretive programs. Snowmobile use is permitted in winter.