The Bradley Playhouse is a 111 year-old vaudeville theatre in the heart of the Putnam Antiques and Restaurant District in the “Quiet Corner” of Northeastern Connecticut. It is an amateur community theatre, operated by the members of the Theatre of Northeastern Connecticut, Inc. The NECT produces six season shows per year and several special fundraising events for the Bradley Playhouse Restoration Fund.
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.
High Flying Fun!
10 world class Olympic style trampolines
A qualified staff provide affordable lessons from beginner to expert levels.
Birthday or company parties for up to 40 participants.
Featuring a full complement of overhead safety harnesses, end decks and pitch pads.
Provides an intense, disciplined low impact workout.
West Thompson Lake Campground offers 24 campsites (11 basic sites, 11 premium sites with electrical and water hookups and 2 lean-to shelters.) Families will enjoy nature programs, hiking trails, children’s play area and horseshoe pit. A public boat ramp allows access to the 200 acre lake for boating and fishing.
The Three C’s announces its Art Youth Series, a lineup of theater, music, stories and fun for students. Most shows are based on Children’s Literature.
The Three C’s is a volunteer non-profit organization, dedicated to introducing students and teachers to the performing arts in a manner which is both entertaining and educational. All performances take place at Hyde Cultural Center in Woodstock, CT and are performed by Theatreworks USA from New York.
Visit us at http://www.TheThreeCs.org for more information.