Join us for a Business After Hours at Windsor Federal Savings Wilson branch located at 321 Windsor Avenue from 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm on November 14. Network with other businesses, enjoy food and drink, great raffles and more!
At Windsor Federal Savings, we put community first. “Neighbors helping neighbors” is much more than a tagline for us; it speaks to our culture, and values, as an organization. We’re here for you – our customers, neighbors, and communities.
Our customers and communities continue to invest in us, and we in them. We listen and respond to you. As a Mutually Chartered In... more
The Windsor Chamber of Commerce’s Holiday Breakfast will take place on Wednesday, December 6 at Bart's Beanery. There will be a raffle and refreshments.
Please bring a $20 gift card for Project Santa. Unwrapped toy donations are also being collected.
Call 860-688-5165 for more information.
YPW Holiday Connect
YPW Holiday Connect Wednesday, December 13 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Windsor Art Center on Mechanic Street in Windsor. Our guest speaker will be Jody Terranova.
Jody Terranova, DO is a pediatrician at Burgdorf Clinic in the north end of Hartford. She is also an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics for the University of Connecticut School of Medicine and supervises medical students and pediatric residents as they see patients in the clinic. Residents from Connecticut Children's Medical Center spend one day a week in the clinic for three years and provide primary care to children fr... more
The annual New England Chamber of Commerce Executives (NEACCE) Conference is an opportunity for Chamber executives to expand their professional development while connecting with Chamber professionals to share ideas and best practices. The conference is being held in Windsor, CT this year at the Hartford Windsor Marriott.
Highlights: * Keynote Speaker: Consul General for New England, David Alward, on the importance of trade between the US and Canada. * Panel Discussion: Economic Challenges Facing New England States, with speakers from throughout New England * 60 Ideas in 60 Minutes, a fast p... more
Train Station Progress
State Prepares for Mid-2018 Launch of the Hartford Line, Offering Frequent Rail Service Between New Haven, Hartford, and Springfield
Governor Dannel P. Malloy today joined Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) Commissioner James P. Redeker and numerous federal, state, and local officials to celebrate the grand opening of the newly constructed train station in Wallingford. Located at 343 North Cherry Street, the station will immediately begin providing service to existing Amtrak trains and soon will begin serving trains on the CTrail Hartford Line, the passenger rail service currently under construction and scheduled to launch in the middle of next year that will provide commuters with more frequent train service between New Haven, Hartford, and Springfield. “We are getting closer each day to launching a commuter rail line between New Haven, Hartford, and our friends in Springfield, and today’s opening of the new station in Wallingford marks a major milestone in the evolution of the much-needed service,” Governor Malloy said. “Creation of the Hartford Line will provide those working, living, and traveling along this corridor with fast, safe, and reliable rail transportation – providing greater attraction for businesses, stimulating job creation, and improving our overall quality of life.” read more