The City of Bristol recently began working with SeamlessDocs, a provider of online services for government agencies. Working in conjunction with the City of Bristol Information Technology Dept., SeamlessDocs has converted more than 100 paper-based forms into online services for citizens and staff. “With this switch to online services, Bristol citizens can now complete a wide … Continue reading This Connecticut Town Wants to go Paperless
Editors Note: This event was incorrectly posted on the City of Hartford's tourism website. Occasionally Connecticut Roundup promotes events from their website. We apologize for the error. Filled with haunted history, dark tales, and Victorian traditions surrounding seances and spiritualism, these nighttime tours are as educational as they are goosebump-inducing. Participants will hear lots of … Continue reading The Mark Twain House Will Offer a Haunted History Tour For One Night Only!
Donors to Wheeler honored retired President and Chief Executive Officer, Susan Walkama, LCSW, by contributing more than $38,000 in her name, spurred on by the challenge of an anonymous $25,000 matching gift. The total raised to support the program, between the match and the contributions, exceeds $63,000. Walkama retired on November 1 after nearly 40 … Continue reading Fundraising Campaign Beats Challenge Goal, Raises 63K Total for Nutrition Programming
Join Imagine Nation, A Museum Early Learning Center for their annual museum-wide celebration of all things engineering! From the Egg Drop Challenge and small appliance take apart station to 3D Pens, a Pancake Bot, Gooey Gravity, and more, ABB engineers will work with children as they explore the world of science and engineering. Engineers Day … Continue reading Celebrate National Engineers Day at Bristol Museum
Rushing water often helps us to feel peaceful and less stressed, and many people seek out these natural beauties to rejuvenate themselves. Maybe it’s the sound of the water, knowing how powerful nature is, or something else entirely. There is certainly beauty in cascading water that rolls from any height over limestone or other rocky … Continue reading Stay Calm and Check Out These Relaxing Connecticut Waterfalls
Looking for something to do in Connecticut in January? Whether you want something active, relaxing, cultural or nature-oriented, we have you covered. Learn more! Active Adventure 1. Try snowshoeing. Rent snow shoes from Housatonic River Outfitters and hit the Appalachian Trail and Mohawk State Forest. At Winding Trails in Farmington, you can rent snow shoes, skate skis, and cross-country skis. 2. … Continue reading 34 Things to Do in Connecticut This January
Connecticut is the third smallest state by area, in the USA, and has the highest per-capita income. The capital city is Hartford. It is also known as Constitution State, the Provisions State, The Nutmeg state, and the Land of steady habits. Connecticut has a strong tradition with maritime, having the Connecticut and Thames Rivers, along … Continue reading 100 Remarkable Things to do in Connecticut
Ring in the New Year at one of Connecticut’s festive New Year’s Eve and First Night celebrations! Be sure to plan an entertaining outing of celebration and cheer with family and friends this year. Here’s what’s in store for welcoming in the New Year: Family Fun Celebrations Celebrate the New Year through the arts at First … Continue reading List: Grown-up & Family Fun New Year's Eve Celebrations in Connecticut