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Essex Steam Train & Riverboat

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The Essex Steam Train & Riverboat is a unique historic attraction in the Connecticut River Valley. Taking people on exciting excursions through the Connecticut River Valley, the steam locomotive pulls vintage coaches through New England towns and the riverboat takes visitors past historic landmarks.


Eugene O'Neill Theater Center

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The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center is the nation's preeminent theater development center. The O'Neill is dedicated to the creation of innovative new works and support of artists, enriching the lives of artists, students, teachers, and audiences.


Fairview - Odd Fellows Home of CT, Inc.

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Fields of Fire Adventure Park

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Set on 50 acres of beautiful Connecticut Woodlands, Fields Of Fire Adventure Park provides an outlet for outdoor activity and entertainment. In addition to our Aerial Adventure Park we also have space for music and visual art events.


Florence Griswold Museum

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Called “Giverny in Connecticut” by the Wall Street Journal and a “must-see” by the Boston Globe, the Museum features the restored Florence Griswold House, a gallery for changing exhibitions, education and landscape centers, a restored artist’s studio, thirteen acres along the Lieutenant River, and gardens.


Garde Arts Center

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Glen Metcalfe

I am an active musician that plays regularly in the New London area and has a studio in New London. I am currently interested in hosting and organizing cultural events in the city of New London.


Goodspeed Musicals

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Combine stunning views of the Connecticut River and a charming historic building with the best musicals you’ll see outside of NYC. It's a two-time Tony Award-winning theater that produces top-notch musicals at The Goodspeed in East Haddam and The Terris Theatre in Chester.


Groton Public Library

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The Groton Public Library brings people, information and ideas together to enrich lives and strengthen our community. Area residents have access to materials in a wide variety of formats, research assistance, programs and partnerships providing instructive and cultural experiences.


Hempsted Houses

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This landmark property tells the stories of three great populations whose paths collided in early New London: the Native Americans, the Europeans who arrived in the 1600s, and the enslaved Africans who were brought here about the same time.


Hispanic Alliance of Southeastern Connecticut

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Integrated Day Charter School

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Interdistrict School for Arts and Communication

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ISAAC is an independent, non-profit, public charter school located in New London, Connecticut since 1997. ISAAC serves 270 middle school students from 13 towns throughout Southeastern Connecticut. ISAAC inspires students through the arts, communication and exploration to be courageous citizens who are difference makers.


Jonathan Edwards Winery

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Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center

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The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center is a non-profit performing arts organization located in a historic building in Old Saybrook. The Kate presents music, theater, opera, dance, comedy, film, and children’s programming. A small museum honoring Katharine Hepburn is located in the lobby.


La Grua Center

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Founded in 2007, La Grua Center is a nonprofit cultural center in Stonington Borough offering a wide range of concerts, lectures, and art exhibitions in an intimate, acoustically distinctive space flooded with natural light and vaulted ceilings.


Leffingwell House Museum

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The Leffingwell House Museum, circa 1675, shows a two room home changing into a pre-revolutionary tavern, ending as a gentleman's residence by 1776. Interpreters evoke the independent spirit and lifestyle of early America using displays of original artifacts from 1645 to the Civil War.


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