Cultural Connections- Directory
Your Directory to arts and culture in Southeastern CT
Otis Library provides free and open access to information, ideas, and services that anticipate our community’s personal, educational, and professional needs. The library enriches our region by maintaining a safe and welcoming environment and by offering resources that promote lifelong learning.
P.E.A.C.E. Works Group LLCWebsite
P.E.A.C.E. Works stands for Pan-African Elder And Child Enrichment. All of our events and activities aim to strengthen the community and be a voice for the voiceless. Harriet Tubman: A Woman with a Railroad, is arguably the best post-Civil War portrayal of this revolutionary hero.
Preston Historical SocietyWebsite
The Preston Historical Society is dedicated to preserving Preston’s history and rural identity while promoting and enhancing community life for future generations.
Preston Public LibraryWebsite
Preston Public Library is a destination where people pursue interests, expand ideas, learn new skills, interact with members of the community and enhance their quality of life. The Library offers a variety of material in different formats as well as cultural, educational, and instructional programs.
1998, Colchester, CT - Priam Vineyards was founded by Gloria Priam and a former business partner, opening the winery in April of 2003. In 2010 the winery completed a solar panel installation making it the first winery in New England to be completely solar powered.
Progressions Music Therapy ServicesWebsite
Progressions Music Therapy Services provides music therapy services throughout Eastern CT and at our clinic at the Old Mystic Mill. Serving individuals and groups of all ages and ability levels to achieve personalized goals through music.
Roger Tremblay, PhDWebsite
Integrating Art and Technology, I create graceful abstract imagery and animations using original mathematical algorithms. My digital display walls, interactive video projection art, light sculpture and fine art digital prints have been exhibited at numerous venues and juried art shows.
Salt Marsh OperaWebsite
Our goal is to grow opera through breathtaking performances and educational partnerships with local schools. We bring stories to life for audiences regardless of previous opera experience, crafting productions to transfix and enchant long-time opera enthusiasts and first-time visitors alike.
Samuel Huntington Trust
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Sankofa Education and Leadership, Inc.Website
The mission of Sankofa Education and Leadership is to prepare, recognize and reward marginalized and under-served youth in the Greater Norwich Area Educational District in Eastern Connecticut to exemplify scholastic, artistic, technological and leadership excellence.
Sh8905Artistry is where Art is Created, Held, Traded and sold. This space to hold your Art for upcoming exhibits and quick last minute touchups with supplies offered.
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.
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.
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.
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