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!
Good sports from ten teams answer funny, challenging questions while wearing imagina
Rubber duckies as art? Starting this journey 25 years ago, artist Lucy Sander Sceery used a lighter approach for this body of work. This quirky exhibit of photographs, paintings, prints and assemblage is asking the viewer to think about a deeper question: While appearing similar, aren’t the rubber ducks and their subtle differences a metaphor for mankind? Lucy Sander Sceery will speak about the inspiration for this series of artwork. FREE
Tired of cooking? Come join the Windsor Police Cadets for their Annual Spaghetti Supper, to be held snow or shine on Saturday, February 22, 2020 at Trinity United Methodist Church, 180 Park Avenue, Windsor, CT from 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM. The cost of tickets is $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for children. For advance tickets, contact Officer Nicole Alberti @ (860) 983-3508. Tickets are also available at the door.
Windsor’s Caring Connection Adult Day Health Center is hosting an Open House on Thursday, February 20, 2020 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM to share how their services can provide respite for caregivers, and the best possible care for your elderly family member. The event is free. A light dinner and opportunities to meet the staff, experience the program and a raffle will be held at the Caring Connection facility located at 330 Windsor Avenue in Windsor. Stop in to see our beautiful facility and learn about the new creative arts program, entertainment, special events and the daily programs th
Make this year the year you join the Monday Morning Book Club for a lively discussion of Go Tell It on the Mountain by James Baldwin. Discussions are held at the Main Library on the fourth Monday of every month from 10:30 to 11:30 AM downstairs in Meeting Room 2. Books are available at the Lending Desk, one month prior to each meeting. Free. 860-285-1918.
Windsor's Blazing Spirits with NE First are hosting the CT State Championship of Robotics at Windsor High School. There are 24 teams competing for a chance to go to World Championship. Free to the public. Food will be sold.
Team Paragon 571 is a FIRST Robotics organization in Windsor, CT. The team is comprised of students from Windsor High School and surrounding areas.
The Team is very excited to have our Build Site at the Roger Wolcott School, located at 57 East Wolcott Ave.
Meetings are held every other Tuesday at 6:30 PM. See our events calendar for more detail. P
Learn why a new generation of well informed youths are coming together to question and protest against the growing threats to their future.
Join us for an exchange of thoughts at a free public forum, sponsored by the Windsor Conservation Commission, on Monday, February 24, 2020 at the Windsor Public Library from 7:00 pm-8:30 pm on the topic of Youths Combating Climate Change. Hear from CT university students: Sena Wazer and Mitch Kvedar and State Representative Bobby Gibson.
Share your views and learn their view on challenges to be met. People of all ages invited. A few hours of your time ca
Sunday February 23 at 11:15 am, after worship, we will be joined by Professor Kathy Hermes from CCSU for a special Second Hour Program titled “Uncovering Their History: African, African American and Native American Burials in Hartford’s Ancient Burying Ground, 1640-1815.” The Ancient Burying Ground is Hartford’s oldest historic site and the only one remaining from the seventeenth century. From 1640 until the early 1800s, it served as Hartford’s primary graveyard. Dr. Hermes and her team unlocked the stories of the Native, African, and African American people buried here.
Please join us each month for coffee and conversation to promote information sharing, camaraderie, and education as to benefits and entitlements Veterans may be eligible for.
The Coffee Hour will be led by Wayne I. Rioux, Veterans Liaison for Hartford Health Care at Home. Wayne is an Army Vietnam Era Veteran and a retired Connecticut State Police Lieutenant. Wayne brings 6 years of experience in sharing information and assisting Veterans with benefits, entitlements, including financial assistance. WHEN: 4th Thursday of each month, 8:30 AM. WHERE: Windsor Senior Center, Café Lounge
UPDATE: Instead of hot meals, we'll be preparing frozen meals that you can pick up or we will deliver to you at this time. Thank you.
Original info: Hot lunches for people age 60 and above are provided by CRT and served at the Senior Center Monday through Friday at noon. Please make a reservation by noon the previous day by calling 860-285-1843 or sign up when you’re at the Senior Center. Please make a $2.50 donation if you can. Cost of lunch for guests under age 60 is $5.00. If you need to cancel, please let us know so we can give the meal to someone else.
Join us at The Tavern at Keney Park on Wednesday, February 26th at 6:30 pm for a 5 course chef tasting. Paired with moonshine hand crafted cocktails, and wine. Tickets are $40 per person reservations are required, please call 860-757-0658 for reservations or more details on this event.
Enjoy the sounds of the award-winning Windsor High School Choral Department, under the direction of Ms. Tracee White, as they pay tribute to legendary artist, Aretha Franklin! Admission is Free!! At Windsor High School auditorium, 50 Sage Park Rd, Windsor, CT.