The Windsor Feud is a live game show fundraiser held by the Windsor Chamber of Commerce in support of its community, education and business programs, all to support Windsor. Saturday, February 29, 2020 from 5 to 9 p.m. Join our live studio audience or watch from home on Win-TV or windsorcc.org!
Pledge online now or call 860-285-1883 as you watch the show to support your favorite team, the charity of their choice, and the Chamber!
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Join the Windsor Human Relations Commission in celebrating Black History Month by attending a free screening of the 2019 film, Harriet.
The extraordinary tale of Harriet Tubman's escape from slavery and transformation into one of America's greatest heroes, whose courage, ingenuity, and tenacity freed hundreds of slaves and changed the course of history. Staring Cynthia Erivo and Leslie Odom, Jr. RATED PG-13.
Windsor Town Hall - 6:30 pm - Free Admission and refreshments
Jazz Guitar Concert with Eric Elias Presented by Connecticut Guitar Society
Sunday • February 9 • 2pm • at Windsor Art Center CGS Member/WAC members: $15.00 Non-Members: $20.00 • Student: $10.00 Purchase tickets online at ctguitar.org or pay at the door
Eric Elias is one of America's outstanding young guitarists. Whether performing as a soloist or with small combos, Eric presents a blend of jazz, blues, and folk music. He has been described as having a folk and world music sound with a "straight ahead" style. Playing at clubs and festivals, Eric has toured from London to Toronto and acros
In conjunction with monthly blood pressure screenings, several informational blood pressure programs will be offered.
The first talk is on March 4th from 1:00 - 3:00 pm called Blood Pressure Classifications & Importance of Blood Pressure Control presented by Atique Azam Mirza MD, Cardiologist who works with several regional hospitals. The talk will take place at L.P. Wilson Community Center 599 Matianuck Ave, Windsor, CT .
* Please follow this link below to pre-register on Town of Windsor website. There is no charge for these programs:
Join us on Thursday, February 6, 2020 from 5:30 PM to 7 PM in the Society’s library for our Genealogy Support Group (moved from October 3). Just starting out? Experienced but stumped? Want access to Ancestry.com? Family history researchers find that historical artifacts and documents become pieces of a complex and fascinating puzzle that shows you where you came from and who you are. Inevitably, experienced as well as inexperienced genealogists hit snags. Society staff members have been helping family history researchers – beginners and experts for many years. Most genealogy researchers are he
Many Connecticut residents know that Native Americans lived here before the early seventeenth century onset of European settlement. Did they disappear after the Pequot War of 1637 to re-emerge in the 1980’s with the building of Foxwoods Casino? Or were they always here? On Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at 7 p.m., please join us at Windsor Historical Society for a fascinating presentation by Dr. Jason Mancini, Executive Director of Connecticut Humanities. Mancini has explored account books, military, customs, and maritime records, town records, land records, narratives and literature such as The
On February 8th, 8 am to 1 pm, the Vintage Radio & Communications Museum will hold its first Swap Meet of 2020. This is an event where collectors of vintage communications equipment from all over the Northeast come together to show their collections. There will be plenty of opportunities to sell, swap, trade or just look and learn from these experienced collectors. This meet will be the second event held in our new, spacious Multipurpose Room. The museum will be open throughout the meet so visitors will get a chance to tour the exhibits as well. The museum is located at 115 Pierson Lane i
Have you ever wanted to play a game like Dungeons and Dragons, aka Role Playing Games (RPG)? Did you play in high school and want to start again? Do you want to try out new systems without spending the money on the materials? Come to our RPG nights at the Bean. This is a free event but please bring a nonperishable food item for the Windsor Food Bank. Registration is required through the Town of Windsor Recreation Department; click here to register. The coffee shop will be closed so please bring your own snac
This wonderful winter event for the whole family will include a large bonfire, a chance to meet & greet the CT Valley Siberian Husky Club dogs, real pelts and skulls for you to see up close, and a live raptor show as we learn about local wildlife and how they adapt to the cold. The winter fun continues with kids’ contests, games, and prizes. Refreshments will be for sale. Children age 2 and under are Free. $3.00 per person (Windsor residents), $5.00 per person (non-residents). Call 860-285-1886 for more information.”
Looking for one on one help with your job application? Look no further than the Main Library. Job Application Appointments are for half an hour from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM on Monday, February 10. Please call 860-285-1925 to reserve your spot.
What does life without cable look like? Are you ready to Cut the Cord? Join us at the Windsor Public Library and hear from a staff member who has made the change. We’ll talk about the differences between streaming services and broadcast options. Drop in to Meeting Room 1 from 7:00 to 8:00 PM on Monday, February 10 and get your questions answered for free. 860-285-1918.