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Connecticut State Office of Tourism
Special events.
"A small city with a large sense of community, neighborhood spirit, and traditional values"
Valley calendar of events.
"The Heart of the Lower Naugatuck Valley"
Calendar of events.
East Haven
Community calendar.
"The life of New England."
"Calendar of events available from the home page.
The Downtown Hartford Page
"The heart of the Insurance City."
Calendar of events.
Greater Hartford Tourism District
"More than 350 years of heritage blend with an exciting view of tomorrow in Hartford, the Heart of Connecticut!"
Calendar of events.
Housatonic Valley Tourism
"Our towns were first incorporated in the 1680s. A pivotal point in the Revolutionary War, Danbury was burned in 1777 by the British. A significant battle raged in Ridgefield, and Generals Putnam and Rochambeau camped here. Yankee ingenuity flourished. Scrabble was invented here. The tea bag was developed here. Rubber was vulcanized for the first time here. Danbury was the world leader in the manufacture of hats and now is a world leader in space-age optical instruments. The Hubble Telescope, for example, was developed in Danbury, enabling scientists to probe the galaxy in detail never before possible. "
Calendar of events.
Litchfield County
"you will enjoy many rewarding opportunities for antiques, dining, shopping, and relaxing in the picturesque Northwest Hills of Connecticut."
No calendar of events.
Mystic and More!
"Put a little romance back in your life with a stay at one of our charming bed & breakfasts. Dine on sumptuous seafood by candlelight. Discover the perfect antique at one of the many shops in the 21 towns that make up Connecticut's Mystic & More! Explore America's maritime past at Mystic Seaport. Or just unwind as you gaze at dolphins and whales swimming at Mystic Marinelife Aquarium."
"Calendar of events through their home page.
The Mystic Tourist Information Center
"For a better Mystic"
Calendar of events.
Greater New Haven
"Serving •Ansonia •Bethany •Derby •East Haven •Hamden •Milford •New Haven •North Branford •North Haven •Orange •Prospect •Shelton •Trumbull •West Haven •Woodbridge "
Calendar of events.
New Haven
"New Haven, Connecticut, is a city that combines New England charm with a robust cosmopolitan life, alive with world-class architecture and memorable international cuisine. Located on Long Island Sound between New York and Boston, Greater New Haven fans out from an historic city center and harbor to scenic beaches and charming town greens. The city itself is a cornucopia of cultural riches in the performing and visual arts a nd outstanding educational opportunities, including Yale University, one of the most prestigious institutions in the world."
Calendar of events.
North Branford
Community calendar.
North Central Tourism District
"You'll find warm, personal service assuring comfort fit for a king, wherever you stay. That's our Yankee hospitality, pure and simple."
Calendar of events.
Northeast Connecticut Getaway Guide
"Northeast Connecticut's Quiet Corner."
Calendar of events.
"The rolling hills which make up the almost 18 square miles of Orange, located 7 miles west of New Haven, were once owned by he Paugusset Indians. In 1693 The Rev. Peter Pruden purchased these lands from the Indians for six coats, ten blankets, one kettle , twelve hatchets, twelve hoes, two dozen knives and a dozen small mirrors. Orange remained a simple farming community until the mid 1940's when postwar residential construction began."
Community calendar.
Under construction when last checked.
No calendar of events.
"Country settings, urban sophistication and the scenic splendor of New England combine to form a rich pattern of life."
Calendar of events.
Southeastern Connecticut Guide
"Welcome to Southern Connecticut and Southern Rhode Island!"
No calendar of events.
West Haven
"Connecticut's youngest City. West Haven is home to Connecticut's longest stretch of publicly accessible shoreline and seafood restaurants."
Community calendar.
"Beautiful forest land, open spaces and trails throughout, combined with wonderful schools, an educated populace and safe rural charm, make Woodbridge a wonderful place to live and do business. Combined with close proximity to New Haven and area highways, Woodbridge has the enviable combination of easy access and country living."
No community calendar.

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