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Maple season is a wonderful time in Connecticut! From early February to late March, you can find Connecticut maple farms hard at work tapping the state’s first agricultural product – and you can find all of Connecticut celebrating alongside them. From fun events, to syrup farms, to signature maple treats, Connecticut is marvelously maple. So, make it a maple day (or month) and check out these great ways to celebrate maple season in Connecticut.
Featuring: A.C. Petersen Farms | Ambler Farm | Bats of Bedlam Maple Farm | City of Norwalk | City of Stamford | Craft 260 Beer Bar Bistro | Flanders Nature Center/Land Trust | Geronimo Bar & Grill | Gofer Ice Cream (Stamford) | Hungry Tiger Music Club & Cafe | Hydeville Sugar Shack | J House Greenwich | Lamothe's Sugar House | Litchfield Distillery | Lyman Orchards | Mia's Prime Time Cafe | New Canaan Nature Center | Northwest Park & Nature Center | Stamford Museum & Nature Center | Stamford Museum & Nature Center | Sweet Wind Farm Sugarhouse & Farm Stand | The North House | The Sloppy Waffle | The Vanilla Bean Café | Town of East Lyme | Town of Hebron | Town of New Milford | Town of Redding | Town of Watertown | Town of Westport
In Connecticut, it’s rare to find a bakery that doesn’t use fresh, locally-made ingredients for its delectable treats. A handful of pastry places also offer remarkable atmospheres, artisanal drinks, and seasonal goods like no other. Whether you want to munch on macarons in Wonderland or sip on tea next to a “fire breathing” dragon, these unique bakeries are worthy of a trip. With our Instagrammable Connecticut series, we’re inviting Instagrammers to share their eye-catching pictures! Check back often for new topics. If you have some photos to share, tag your photos with #CTvisit!
Featuring: Alice in the Village | City of Hartford | Lorca | NoRA Cupcake Company (Middletown) | Scratch Bakery | Sift Bake Shop | Sweet Cupcasions | Town of East Haven | Town of Glastonbury | Town of Watertown | Town of West Hartford | Town of Winchester/Winsted | Town of Windsor | Victoria Station Cafe
It’s no secret that plant-based meals, desserts, and even lifestyles are rapidly growing in popularity. Luckily, Connecticut’s plant-based scene is flourishing – and whether you’re eating for health, animals, the environment, or simply for the experience, there’s a lot to love. From fully vegan restaurants to vegan ice cream, herbivore options at omnivore spots and beyond, here’s where to find plant-based food in Connecticut.
Featuring: Arles & Boggs Vegan Eatery | Catch A Healthy Habit | City of Middletown | City of New Haven | Divine Treasures | Fire & Spice Vegan Restaurant | Flora | Fresh Fork Cafe | G-zen | Grass Roots Ice Cream | It's Only Natural (ION) Restaurant | Main Street Creamery & Cafe | Mystic Drawbridge Ice Cream | New Morning Market Juice Bar & Cafe | Parkville Market | Priam Vineyards | Right Path Organic Cafe | Salem Valley Farms Ice Cream | The Stand Vegan Cafe | Three Girls Vegan Creamery | Town of Canton | Town of Darien | Town of Fairfield | Town of Glastonbury | Town of Granby | Town of Manchester | Town of Mansfield | Town of Plainville | Town of Ridgefield | Town of Watertown | Town of West Hartford | Town of Westbrook | Town of Woodbury | Tulmeadow Farm Store and Ice Cream Shop
Connecticut is a state with rich history and remarkable innovation – and so much of it has been influenced by the Black individuals who live or have lived here. From historic monuments to Black-owned restaurants, boutiques, and other businesses, we’ve gathered ways to honor and support the Black history, culture, and businesses that make Connecticut special.
Since there are so many great businesses, we were only able to feature a sample, but encourage you to find even more at ShopBlackCT.com.
Featuring: Amistad Center for Art & Culture | Amistad Memorial | Ancient Burying Ground of Hartford | Black-Eyed Sally's Southern Kitchen & Bar | Capital Ice Cream | City of Bridgeport | City of Bristol | City of Hartford | City of Meriden | City of Middletown | City of Milford | City of New Britain | City of New Haven | City of New London | City of Norwich | Connecticut Historical Society Museum and Library | Connecticut Science Center | Connecticut's Old State House | Fire & Spice Vegan Restaurant | Harriet Beecher Stowe Center | Music Theatre of Connecticut | Mystic Seaport Museum | New Britain Museum of American Art | Prudence Crandall Museum | Rhythm Brewing Company | Ruby & Calvin Fletcher African American History Museum | Soldiers' Monument & Memorial Park | Soul de Cuba Café | The Bijou Theatre | The Russell | Tosca | Town of Bloomfield | Town of Cheshire | Town of Coventry | Town of Derby | Town of East Haven | Town of Enfield | Town of Fairfield | Town of Farmington | Town of Greenwich | Town of Hamden | Town of Simsbury | Town of Watertown | Town of West Hartford | Town of Windham | Town of Windsor | Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
Things To Do in Connecticut this Weekend: St. Patrick's Day Crafts, Maple Sugaring, Cardboard Sled Race
Online article highlighting things to do on St. Patrick's Day Weekend.
Published Date: 2020-03-13
Featuring: City of Bridgeport | City of Bristol | City of Danbury | City of Hartford | City of New Haven | City of Norwalk | City of Stamford | Lamothe's Sugar House | Mystic Aquarium | New Canaan Nature Center | Town of Bethel | Town of Darien | Town of Greenwich | Town of Middlefield | Town of Newtown | Town of Putnam | Town of Southbury | Town of Washington | Town of Watertown | Town of Westport | Town of Woodbury