Cornwall Historical Society

7 Pine St., Cornwall, CT 06753.

(860) 672-0505. A great starting point for exploring the Cornwall area, with walking tours, local history publications, lectures and family programs. Research by appt. year-round. Summer exhibits in converted Victorian Barn. Open Sat. 10 – 4 & Sun. 1- 4.

Denis Curtiss, Sculptor, Sculpturedale

3 Carter Rd., Cornwall Bridge, CT

Rte. 7, (4 mi. north of Kent, next to Kent Falls)  (860) 927-3420. Life-size representational animals and dancers in steel or bronze, joyous and enlivening, studio and outdoor sculpture garden. Weekends or by appointment year-round.

Executive Livery, LLC

249 Old Middle St., Goshen, CT 06756.

(860) 491-3955. We provide comfortable, courteous door-to-door transportation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by appointment. Let us help you secure your travel plans for airports, trains, bus stations, cultural events, appointments, night-on-the-town, or casinos. Call toll free 1-877-V-Livery or (860) 854-8379.

Goshen Farmers Market @ Miranda Vineyard

42 Ives Rd. , Goshen, CT 05756.

(860) 307-5426. Local residents, weekenders, savvy chefs & tourists flock to the lively market that pops up outside this picturesqueConnecticut vineyard, in the rolling Litchfield Hills. Every Saturday, July -September from 10am to 1pm, market tents cast their shade across an extraordinary variety of fruits & veggies as well as local meat, food items, wooden & fiber crafts, local honey, maple syrup, hand crafted soaps, flowers & more – musical entertainment & kids activities as well.

Goshen Farmers Market @ Miranda Vineyard

42 Ives Rd. , Goshen, CT

(860)307-5426. Local residents, weekenders, savvy chefs & tourists flock to the lively market that pops up outside this picturesqueConnecticut vineyard, in the rolling Litchfield Hills. Every Saturday, July -September from 10am to 1pm, market tents cast their shade across an extraordinary variety of fruits & veggies as well as local meat, food items, wooden & fiber crafts, local honey, maple syrup, hand crafted soaps, flowers & more – musical entertainment & kids activities as well.

Goshen Farmers Market @ Miranda Vineyard

42 Ives Rd. , Goshen, CT 06756.

(860)307-5426. Local residents, weekenders, savvy chefs & tourists flock to the lively market that pops up outside this picturesqueConnecticut vineyard, in the rolling Litchfield Hills. Every Saturday, July -September from 10am to 1pm, market tents cast their shade across an extraordinary variety of fruits & veggies as well as local meat, food items, wooden & fiber crafts, local honey, maple syrup, hand crafted soaps, flowers & more – musical entertainment & kids activities as well.

Goshen Historical Society

21 Old Middle St., Rte. 63, Goshen, CT 06756.

(860) 491-9610. The Academy Building (1824) exhibits emphasize the history of Goshen and showcase collections of former citizens. Open Tues. 10 - noon April-Oct., and by appt. Four Saturday Summer Programs. Free.

Goshen Players, Inc.

2 North Street, Goshen, CT 06756.

(860) 491-9988. Dedicated to the production of theatrical works, both classic and contemporary, that entertains, enlightens and enriches. We showcase local talent and encourage volunteerism and broad community participation. We are dedicated to our tradition of philanthropy and the preservation of our home, the Old Goshen Town Hall.

Housatonic Anglers Guide Service

26 Bolton Hill Rd., Cornwall, CT 06753.

(860) 672-4457. Rob Nicholas, FFF Certified Casting Instructor, operates Housatonic Anglers (since '93), the longest running guide service on the Housatonic. Rob specializes in guiding and instruction only. His in depth knowledge of the Housatonic & other local streams will make your day of fly-fishing a memorable one. Float and walk/wade trips on a variety of beautiful rivers include a delicious homemade lunch. Our season runs from mid April to Nov., 7 days. All trips include equipment, custom tied flies and leaders. Rob and his wife Nell are always happy to recommend accommodations in one of the area's fine Inns or B&B's.

Ivy Mountain State Park

Goshen, CT

Goshen. From Jct. Rte. 63 and 4, take Rte. 63 north for 0.6 mi., turn right on Ivy Mountain Rd. take for 1.3 mi. to the trailhead at the end of the road. Hike to summit to pick wild blueberries in early summer.