The Connecticut Store

140 Bank Street, Waterbury, CT 06702.

(800) 474-6728. Fax: (203) 753-4128. The Connecticut Store - The FLAGSHIP OUTLET for the incredible manufacturing excellence that is Made In Connecticut. Wiffle - Ball, PEZ, Woodbury Pewter, Bovano of Cheshire, Alynn Neckwear, Liberty Candle, Waterbury Button, AKA Collectibles, and many more - All Made Right - Right Here in Connecticut!

The Gary The Olivia Theater at The Abbey of Regina Laudis

273 Flanders Rd., Bethlehem, CT

203- 273-5669. The Gary-The Olivia Theater at the Abbey of Regina Laudis is a place where professional and amateur alike come to perform in a unique and transforming environment. Built in 1982 through the generous support of actress Patricia Neal, this open-air theater, surrounded by the lush Connecticut countryside seats approximately 300 people. "There’s a heavenly quality about The Gary-The Olivia Theatre. This roofed outdoor summer theater never fails to draw audiences from far and wide. Built in 1982 on the grounds of the abbey for the Benedictine nuns, it is always a surprise to find the contemporary theater next to a barn that houses an 18th century crèche that belonged to the King of Sardinia in 1720." Joanne Greco Rochman - columnist, critic, feature storywriter and English professor.

The Golf Course at Crestbrook Park

834 Northfield Rd., Watertown, CT 06795.

(860) 945-5249. One of Connecticut' highest ranked 18-hole municipal golf courses on 236 beautifully landscaped acres. Our course offers a challenge for all skill levels. Restaurant "The Sunset Grille at Crestbrook Park", full Pro Shop, 5-acre practice facility, swimming pool, tennis courts, playscape and pavilion on grounds. New! "Tee it Forward" – Golfers can speed up play utilizing tees that provide the greatest playability and enjoyment. Great for the new or experienced golfer. Group and private lessons available.

Thomaston Historical Society

158 Main St., Thomaston, CT 06787.

 (860) 283-2159. On the 6th floor of town hall, the Museum exhibits holds many artifacts donated by membership including furniture, paper memorabilia and an outstanding collection of Seth Thomas Clocks. Sat. noon – 3. May-June, Sept. - Oct.

Waterbury and the All American Valley

Waterbury Symphony Orchestra

160 Robbins Street, Waterbury, CT 06721.

(203) 574-4283. We continue to grow and expand both in artistic merit and vision. We are proud to present highlight after highlight, all performed by extraordinary soloists and of course our own brilliant musicians.

Watertown Historical Society Museum

22 Deforest St, Watertown, CT 06795.

Jct. Rtes. 63 and 6. (860) 274-1050. Displays depict the town's industrial, social and cultural history. Victorian parlor, collections of locally made items & memorabilia. Research Library. On grounds Nova Scotia Schoolhouse Museum. By appt.