• Ames Room Exhibit 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mystic
  • Books by the Banner 10 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. Groton
  • Preschool Drop-In Story Time 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Mystic
  • Annual Juried Show 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mystic
  • Heritage walking tours 11 a.m. - Noon Stonington Borough
  • A Celebration of the Battle of 1814 exhibit Noon - 4 p.m. Stonington
  • Noank Summer Art Exhibition 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. Noank
  • DIY-ology Thursdays 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. Groton
  • Sciencetellers: Dragons and Dreams 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. Mystic
  • STEMtastic Thursdays 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. Groton

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  • A banner year in the City of Groton   Published Jul 24, 2014
    The City of Groton has received a new makeover, thanks in large part to a new initiative, spearheaded by the Groton Business Association. Titled “The Bridge Street Banner Program,” the effort seeks to beautify the City of Groton and promote … more ...
    MYSTIC — After almost five years of construction, the Mystic streetscape project is coming to a close. “We are at that point where it’s time for final paving,” said Project Manager Rick Norris, of the Groton Department of Planning and … more ...
    MYSTIC — After more than a decade of planning, design, permitting and approval, work is ready to begin on Central Hall. “It’s been a long time,” said Rod Desmarais, a partner in Historic Mystic LLC, the group trying to rebuild … more ...
    STONINGTON — Every month the Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce highlights a member business deserving of special recognition in the community. For the month of July, Finest Kind Signs, located at 256 South Broad St. in Pawcatuck, has been named … more ...
    Every August, the streets of Downtown Mystic are flooded with a bevy of paintings, photographs and sculptures as the Mystic Outdoor Art Festival gets under way. This year, the 57th Mystic Outdoor Art Festival will be held along two miles … more ...
    The Cove is set for a comeback   Published Jul 6, 2014
    MYSTIC — Twenty years ago, Lu and Les Lupovich were on vacation at the Arches and Canyonlands National Parks in Moab, Utah. The two shared a common interest in Native American culture and art, and their annual vacation generally meant … more ...
    Connecticut has launched the second annual award-winning Connecticut Fan-Favorite Town program to shine a spotlight on the state’s unique towns and experiences. The socially-driven program calls for people to vote for the Connecticut town that they think most embodies the … more ...
    While most Mystic residents are familiar with some of the area’s larger events, such as the Mystic Outdoor Art Festival, there are a number of new events this year, as well as some smaller events that many residents have not … more ...
    Mystic Pet Shop is on the move   Published Jun 18, 2014
    MYSTIC — The store sign has been installed, the gates are up things are almost ready to go; The Mystic Pet Shop is moving. Formerly known as Stonington Feed, the store, now officially Mystic Pet Shop, is moving from 44 … more ...
    Decades ago, Jennifer Rider loved trying on her grandmother’s 1920s-era dresses, which she stored in an old steamer trunk. For 30 years, those dresses remained packed away, crumpled and nearly forgotten, until a few months ago when Rider, recently engaged … more ...

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    The Greater Mystic area has been abuzz this June with a variety of ribbon-cutting ceremonies for new and re-vamped businesses. Local favorites such as Stonington Vineyards, as well as new additions, including the Southeastern Connecticut Television Community Access Studio and … more ...
    MYSTIC — Monday, June 9, was a day to celebrate — one of Mystic’s fundamental destinations is back in action. Harbour House restaurant at the Inn at Mystic is now open with its numerous one-of-a-kind water views for all to … more ...
    Crawl puts everyone on the same page   Published Jun 13, 2014
    Summer is here and tourists are once again flocking to the greater Mystic area, and with so much to do, who could blame them? Mystic’s thriving tourism industry boasts a wealth of cultural experiences, museums, outdoor activities and family entertainment. … more ...
    MYSTIC — The Mystic Garden Club has been named as the recipient of the June 2014, Business of the Month by the Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce. The club is a nonprofit organization that encourages the love of gardening and … more ...
    Summer is officially here, and the City of Groton is celebrating with a new initiative called “Summer in the City.” The program, which kicked off May 31 at the Zbierski House grand re-opening event, is designed to promote a variety … more ...
    NEW LONDON — Dime Bank, a state-chartered, mutual bank headquartered in Norwich, has become the first corporate sponsor of the National Coast Guard Museum to be built in New London. The bank has donated $15,000 to support the building of … more ...
    MYSTIC — On May 13, the Greater Mystic Visitors Bureau, which oversees the Mystic Country tourism website Mystic.org, received $100,000 from the state Office of Tourism for its 2014 advertising campaign. The ads will target Connecticut, Rhode Island, Worcester and … more ...
    Balestracci joins Chelsea Groton Bank   Published May 7, 2014
    GROTON — Chelsea Groton Bank is pleased to announce Richard Balestracci has joined its commercial lending department as Senior Credit Analyst. He is based at the bank’s 904 Poquonnock Road office in Groton. “We’re thrilled Rich has joined Chelsea Groton’s … more ...
    Sailing the Sidewalks   Published Apr 25, 2014
    MYSTIC — Owners Nicole and Dan Lapolla have managed to turn their shop, Wide World of Bagels, into a successful business. Both began working there three years ago and the two quickly became a couple. One year later they bought … more ...
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