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Have you made your Connecticut summer bucket list yet? See how the Connecticut Office of Tourism and Fox 61 are teaming up to make sure you don’t miss a second of the fun this summer in Connecticut.
Featuring: Abbott's Lobster in the Rough | Calf Pasture & Shady Beach | City of Milford | City of New London | City of West Haven | Farmington River Tubing | Gillette Castle State Park | HighFlyer Zipline at Foxwoods Resort Casino | Infinity Music Hall (Hartford) | Lime Rock Park | Martha's Herbary | New England Carousel Museum | Railroad Museum of New England/Naugatuck Railroad Company | Sonny's Place | The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts | The Mark Twain House & Museum | Town of Bolton | Town of Canton | Town of Coventry | Town of Rocky Hill | Wickham Park
Nothing says "spring is here!" quite like the start of baseball season. And depending on where you go in Connecticut, you may find locals rooting for major league teams from New York or Boston. However, you will also find professional and minor league teams drawing fans to local ballparks all over the state—not just for the sports, but for family-friendly events that include music, food, giveaways and fireworks. Tickets are reasonable, the fun is contagious. And now that the capital city Hartford has its own team and a brand new ballpark, there’s never been a better time to enjoy America’s favorite pastime by cheering on Connecticut teams!
Featuring: 23.Sportcafe | Bear's Smokehouse (Hartford) | Chelsea Piers Connecticut | City Steam Brewery Cafe | East Side Restaurant | First and Last Tavern (Hartford) | Great Brook Sports | Hank's Dairy Bar | Hartford Yard Goats | Junior's | Mortensen Dairy Ice Cream Shops | New Britain Bees | Olympia Diner | R&B Sports World | Safari Golf | Sea Unicorns | Sonny's Place | SportsCenter of Connecticut | The Only Game in Town | These Guys Brewing Company | Vaughan's Public House
When October rolls around, Connecticut’s your go-to place for all things fun and frightful. While Halloween may look different this year, we can still enjoy the tricks and treats we love, safely! All month long, Connecticut towns are offering safety-friendly experiences for the bravest souls, the little ones, and everyone in between. And in a year unlike any other, you’ll find attractions have gone the extra mile to not only follow safety guidelines, but create entirely new and creative experiences. From drive-through events to spooky outdoor thrills, we’ve gathered a list of ways to celebrate Halloween in 2020.