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Blue Slope Country Museum, Inc.
138 Blue Hill Road
Franklin, CT 06254
United States

Sandy Staebner
museum@blueslope.com
860-642-6413
860-377-3740
Fax: 860-642-4647

Museum of Agriculture and History located on working dairy farm in SE Ct. Tours and age appropriate educational programs for pre-k through golden years. Family Summer Events include Monthly Campfire programs and Square Dances in June, July & Aug. Large annual fundraising event in early October, fun for all ages.

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Serving: Eastern CT
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Warner Theatre Center for Arts Education
68 Main Street
Torrington, CT 06790
United States

Leslie Budny
lbudny@warnertheatre.org
860-489-7180

The mission of the Warner Theatre Center for Arts Education is to provide high-quality and affordable training in theatre arts for all members of the community. The Center is committed to making the arts an integral part of every student’s life and accomplishes this by offering a wide variety of courses, all taught by a professional faculty. Whether a student is exploring an area of artistic interest for the first time or is seeking more comprehensive training, the Warner Theatre Center for Arts Education is Northwest Connecticut’s premier resource for arts education.

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Serving: Avon, Burlington, Canton, Farmington, New Hartford, Norfolk, Barkhamsted, Simsbury, Bethlehem, Cornwall, Cornwall Bridge, Goshen, Kent, Morris, New Preston Marble Dale, Harwinton, Torrington, Washington, Litchfield, Washington Depot
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The William Benton Museum of Art - University of Connecticut
245 Glenbrook Road, Unit 3140
Storrs, CT 06269-3140
United States

Tracy Lawlor, Education Coordinator
tracy.lawlor@uconn.edu
860-486-4520
Fax: 860-486-0234

The Benton is Connecticut's state art museum, located on the University of Connecticut campus at Storrs. The museum offers exhibitions of 15th-21st century art taken from its own collection of 6,000+ works, as well as faculty and MFA installations, traveling exhibitions, gallery talks, campus art walks and musical performances.

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Serving: New England and New York
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