Cultural Connections- Directory
Your Directory to arts and culture in Southeastern CT
Slater Library & Fanning Annex
Slater Memorial MuseumWebsite
The Slater Museum awakens visitors to the richness and diversity of the human experience through art and history. The Museum displays and interprets the best examples of fine and decorative art, representing a broad range of world cultures of the Americas, Asia, Europe and Africa.
Sound Community ServicesWebsite
A not-for-profit organization dedicated to educating, empowering, and creating opportunities for individuals with behavioral health & substance abuse diseases. We support achievement of client centered, wellness focused services including: Clinical, Employment, Social Rehab, Residential, Community, Behavioral Health Homes, and Additional Partnering Programs.
Southeastern Connecticut Community OrchestraWebsite
SECCO connects and supports volunteer musicians, inspiring them to share their joy of music through the practice and performance of symphonic literature in community spaces.
We aspire to perform all our activities in alignment with the shared values of accountability, respect, transparency, teamwork, inclusion, and community.
We are a nonprofit group comprised of local volunteer musicians.
Southeastern Connecticut Enterprise RegionWebsite
seCTer is the full-service regional Economic Development Agency for the southeastern Connecticut Economic Development District, including eighteen municipalities in New London County and the Town of Windham. seCTer offers a variety of services and resources to stimulate and support economic development within the region.
Southeastern Connecticut Television Inc. (SEC-TV)Creative Ground Website
Southeastern Connecticut Television, (SEC-TV) is a 3000 square foot, non-profit media center in Groton, CT with a 30 x 30 television studio, iMac edit stations, green screen, portable HD cameras and audio equipment available for rental.
Southeastern Connecticut Women's NetworkWebsite
Southeastern Connecticut Women's Network meets on the third Wednesday of every month for luncheon. The Network provides its members and guests with an opportunity to meet business and professional people in the community to exchange general and career information.
Sprague Historical SocietyWebsite
The Sprague Historical Society consists of residents dedicated to preserving Sprague Town history. The Sprague Historical Museum is located on the third floor of the historic 155-year old Grist Mill. The Museum welcomes everyone stop by and spend time perusing the displays, pictures, and books.
St. Jude Common
St.Jude Common is a non-profit housing facility for senior citizens. It employs one individual who is responsible for recreational programming. This individual works with local crafts people, artists and musicians to provide cultural opportunities and programming for its residents.
Stanton-Davis Homestead Museum
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Stonington Community Center, Inc.Website
The Stonington Community Center (COMO) campus includes the main building, athletic fields, racquet facilities, a children's garden, playground, pond, duBois beach, Sandy Point beach, MakerSpace, pottery studio, and Thrift shop. It provides community events, youth/adult programming, award-winning childcare and community meeting space.
Stonington Free LibraryWebsite
The Stonington Free Library's mission is — to enrich lives and build community by bringing information, ideas and people together.
Stonington Historical SocietyWebsite
The Stonington Historical Society was founded in 1895 and operates three historic museums/libraries: Old Lighthouse Museum (1840), Captain Nathaniel B. Palmer House (1851), and the Woolworth Library & Research Center. Our mission is to preserve, interpret, and celebrate the history of all of Stonington.
Thames River Heritage ParkWebsite
The Thames River Heritage Park is a collection of national and historic sites along the Groton and New London shores of the Thames River linked by a water taxi that tell the stories that shaped our region and our nation.
The Chamber of Commerce, Windham RegionWebsite
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The Light HouseWebsite
The Light House, was created in 1992, to provide community base functional academics and life skills for children and adults with disabilities with the mission "to educate and prepare for life". Programs for all ages and abilities, call 860_4556_7626 for information.
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