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Alexey von Schlippe GalleryWebsite
The Alexey von Schlippe Gallery at UConn Avery Point organizes and hosts four art exhibitions each year. The exhibits feature either historical or contemporary art, and are planned with both the university and local communities in mind.
Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH)Website
The Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH) is the oldest Irish Catholic Fraternal Organization in America. The mission is to enhance awareness of Irish history and culture, while supporting charitable local organizations. The John P Holland division was named after “The Father of the Modern Submarine”.
Art on Groton Bank
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Artists in the Country
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Artists' Cooperative Gallery of WesterlyWebsite
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Avery Memorial AssociationWebsite
The Avery Memorial Association is a family genealogical organization which cares for the Memorial site of the Avery Hive, the first burial ground in Groton, and the Ebenezer Avery House, a makeshift hospital after the 1781 Battle at Fort Griswold.
Built c. 1800, the Avery-Copp House Museum is a time capsule of domestic life as experienced over the past 200 years. Our purpose is to engage the public in learning about the history of Groton and the surrounding community.
Bill Memorial LibraryWebsite
The Bill Memorial Library is a full-service public library located in the historic Groton Bank neighborhood. Our collection holds over 21,000 items, and we offer public computers, technology assistance and varied programming for Adults, Children, Teens and Families. The library is housed in its original 1890 Richardsonian Romanesque building and includes a museum collection of fine art and natural history artifacts that are on view on a rotating basis.
Brookside Farm MuseumWebsite
Open: June- August, Friday-Sunday, 12 pm - 4 pm, or by appointment. Closed July 4th Weekend. On the National Historic Register as the Thomas Avery House, this Greek Revival farmhouse features mid-19th century life onward through the story of the Avery, Smith & Harris families. (Formerly known as the Smith-Harris House)
Chelsea Groton FoundationWebsite
Chelsea Groton Foundation, Inc. was formed in 1998 as a Section 501(c) (3) organization. The Foundation has awarded over $2.3 million in grants to hundreds of scientific, educational and charitable organizations located within the Bank’s Connecticut and Rhode Island market area.
Since 1983, The Chelsea Players has presented over 70 plays and concerts in Norwich. We prefer plays accessible yet non-mainstream, including work by local playwrights. We welcome members interested in community theater and the arts.
Child & Family Agency of Southeastern Connecticut, Inc.Website
CFA is a nonprofit agency providing childcare, and physical and mental health services for children in school, office and home based settings. Providers weave the creative arts into their work as educators and health providers to support children and families creating happy, productive lives.
Our Mission is to promote the well-being and development of all children and their families, in particular to give priority to the unmet needs of children lacking physical, emotional and intellectual care and nurturing.
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