RESCHEDULED – Historic Collaboration with Windham Textile & History Museum

Please join The Last Green Valley, Inc. as we explore The Windham Textile & History Museum, 411 Main Street, … [Read more...]

Northern Red Oak is Mighty and Reliable

“The mightiest oak in the forest is just a little nut that held its ground.” Anonymous – fortune cookie There is a … [Read more...]

Veterans’ Life Stories Important to Remember

Saturday is Veterans Day, our national holiday to honor veterans of all wars. Originally called Armistice Day, the … [Read more...]

Acorn Adventure: Have A Retro Play Date

Hey, kids! Have you ever flown a kite? Or gotten together with the other neighborhood kids for a game of Red Rover, … [Read more...]

There’s One More Weekend to Walktober!

There’s one more weekend of Walktober, and it’s filled with a variety of adventures to enjoy for all ages. In the … [Read more...]

Walktober Gets Spooky!

Get into the Halloween spirit with Walktober. There are ghoulish events for every age with many different levels of … [Read more...]

Canterbury Has Unique History, Resources

Soon after moving to northeast Connecticut in 1981, I drove Route 169 south from Woodstock through Pomfret and Brooklyn … [Read more...]

Walks Highlight Land Trust Gems

One of the reasons our national heritage corridor has an abundance of open and conserved land is due to the land trusts … [Read more...]

For the Common Good: Historic and Scenic Town Commons & Greens of The Last Green Valley

The Brooklyn Historical Society  invites you on a journey to the many greens and commons of our National Heritage … [Read more...]

The Old Connecticut Path brought settlers to state

I first learned about the Old Connecticut Path when I lived in Woodstock and saw a plaque on Route 171 identifying a … [Read more...]