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152 years of Celebrating Agriculture. The Woodstock Agricultural Society, Inc. proudly supports and promotes the diversity of agriculture at its annual fair. The 50 acre fairgrounds are brimming with locally grown and raised livestock, produce, educational displays, working demonstrations, and much more. Always Labor Day Weekend.Featuring the Brunn Barn Agricultural Museum Complex, Barnyard Baby’s Birthing Center, Open Horse Show, Concessions, the Mid Way, Main Stage Entertainment, Contests, Go Kart Racing and so much more.
“Enriching, Inspiring, Accessible. Bringing professional performing arts to our community.” Now in our 39th season, P/A brings high quality, accessible and affordable professional performing arts to northeast CT. Our own flagship programs are our FREE Children’s Educational Opera and Children’s Educational Symphony programs. Through our artistic partners, Salt Marsh Opera Company and the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, local school children are introduced to the creative artistry, discipline, beauty and storyline in productions of the opera and of the orchestra. The students learn about the art form, the narrative and the music through a multi-media study guide provided to teachers. Each participating class is visited by the artists for an in-school workshop prior to the performances. In the spring, the children attend live, fully-staged productions of the opera or symphony at the Hyde Cultural Center.
The Edward Waldo Homestead is a vernacular saltbox house on Waldo Road in Scotland. It was built in 1715, by Edward Waldo, on land along the Shetucket River. He had purchased it in 1702. The house, which later had two wings added, remained in the Waldo family until 1971. Daniel Wa5ldo, who was born in the house in 1762, served as a Chaplain of the House of Representatives from 1856 until his death in 1864. Also born in the house was Samuel Lovett Waldo (1783-1861), portraitist, art critic, and a founder member of the National Academy of Design. When its last owner, Ruth Waldo died in 1975, she bequeathed the house to the Antiquarian & Landmark Society and the surrounding fields to the Connecticut Forest and Park Association. The house is now a museum operated by the Scotland Historical Society. Each year, the surrounding fields host the Sccotland Connecticut Highland Games.
Kleen Escape Adventures is a family owned and operated escape room located right over the frog bridge in Willimantic Connecticut. As we explored escape rooms all around the country we decided that the quiet corner needed to experience this phenomenon! This is how Kleen Escape Adventures was born.
The Putnam Dance Center, founded in 1996, offers a complete program of dance education for all levels from beginners to advanced. Our goal is to develop coordination, grace, physical fitness and time management while building self esteem and confidence. Through positive reinforcement our students wil gain a lifelong appreciation for music dance and the arts while creating friendships and memories that will last a lifetime!