Artisans Guild of Norfolk

9 Station Place, Norfolk, CT 06058.

(860) 542-5055. Artful objects from the practical to the whimsical. Locally crafted. Carefully selected. Always something new. Featuring jewelry, knits, woodenware, pottery, savories, handmade greeting cards, children's book and toys and season & holiday works. Ample free parking. Call for hours.

Bear Mountain

Campbell Falls

Old Spaulding Rd., Norfolk, CT 06058.

Norfolk. 5 miles north of Haystack Mt., Rte. 272, left on Old Spaulding Rd. Trails wind thru woodland to splashing cascades. Picnicking, stream fishing, hiking. (860) 482-1817. Charge: none.

Dennis Hill

Norfolk, CT 06058.

Norfolk. Rte. 272. A unique pavilion (1,627 ft.) provides a panoramic view of the Litchfield Hills. Picnicking, hiking, x-country skiing. (860) 482-1817. Charge: none.

Falls Village-Canaan Historical Society Office

44 Railroad St., Falls Village, CT 06031.

P.O. Box 206. (860) 824-8226. Among the displays at the museum are artifacts from the local railroad lines, the Ames Iron Works, war items, domestic displays, and local business artifacts. Genealogy and local history research material is available. Open by appt. while museum is being renovated.

Green River Gallery

1578 Boston Corners Rd., Salisbury, CT

1578 Boston Corners Rd., Millerton, New York 12546. (518) 789-3311. Green River Gallery offers 19th and 20th century American art, with emphasis on the art of ERIC SLOANE. Paintings, bronze sculpture and early American furniture, appraisals, consulting. Located in a historic 1775 Colonial just North of Millerton. Year-round, Sat. 10-5, & Sun. 12-5, or by appt.

Haystack Mountain

Rte. 272, Norfolk, CT 06058.

Norfolk.  Rte. 272. Views of the Berkshires & peaks in New York from a 34 ft. stone observation tower (1,716 ft.). Tower 1/2 mile trail from parking lot. Picnicking and Hiking. (860) 482-1817. Charge: none.

Infinity Music Hall & Bistro

20 Greenwoods Road West, Norfolk, CT 06058.

Rte. 44. Box Office (866) 666-6306. Live intimate concerts year-round featuring great musicians of many genres – everything from Leann Rimes, Judy Collins, and Todd Rundgren to Spyro Gyra, and Toad the Wet Sprocket – all in an acoustically pristine, beautifully renovated 19th century Music Hall. With 300 seats there isn't a bad seat in the house. Creative American cuisine is served in the Bistro before every show or dine in the full service Mezzanine during the show

Johnnycake Books

12 Academy Street, Salisbury, CT 06068.

(860) 435-6677. Relax in an intimate bookshop of 5,000 rare and collectible titles housed in a 19th century cottage surrounded by perennial borders in the Salisbury village. Architecture/design, decorative arts, gardening, cooking, book arts, literary first editions, illustrated, leather-bound sets, travel, sport, and Litchfield County history. Open Thurs.-Mon. (inc. Sun.) 11-5, 7 days during summer.

Joseph Stannard Antiques

Station Place, Norfolk, CT 06058.

Station Place,  Phone: (860) 542-5212. Extensive collection of 17th to mid-20th century furniture, lighting, and accessories displayed in architectural landmark galleries. In season, grounds and gardens feature exceptional antique garden elements––18th century French granite troughs and decorative basins; fountains, planters, statuary, architectural ornaments, and garden furniture. Joseph Stannard Design, a companion enterprise, offers handsome contemporary furniture, lighting, and accent pieces created exclusively by Joseph Stannard in bronze, iron, stone, and specialty woods. Open most weekends 12-5, weekdays by appt. or chance.