Long Subaru

At Long Subaru, we see the value in protecting the environment and reducing carbon emissions. Our buildings are 100% solar powered and we are committed to a Reduce, Reuse, Recycle policy. Currently we have several programs and processes in place to live up to our Eco-Friendly Retailer designation. Come visit!

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Samuel Slater Experience

The Samuel Slater Experience brings to life the American Industrial Revolution with immersive, interactive exhibits featuring sight sound, and movement. Travel with Samuel Slater as he secretly carries spinning technology from England to America, builds the first successful water-powered textile mill, then establishes the mills that made Webster a “boomtown.” One of the locations to…

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Gladys E. Kelly Public Library Telescope

You are encouraged to borrow this telescope. The StarBlast 4.5″ Astro Reflector Telescope was donated through the Aldrich Astronomical Society and the tabletop version is available for a 1-week conditional loan. Experience excitement while viewing various celestial bodies. Contact library to learn more.

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Minebrook Wildlife Management Area.

Learn and follow all of the rules, regulations and safety measures for hunting and trapping in CT & MA. Each State’s website has all the pertinent information. Whether archery or firearms, there is an assortment of game to pursue such as pheasant, turkey, water fowl, small game and deer. See websites for more details.

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Webster Lake

Lake Chargoggagoggmanchauggagoggchaubunagungamaugg is purportedly the second longest place name in the world. The Nipmuck Indian title is popularly translated as You fish on your side, I’ll fish on my side and nobody will fish in the middle.”It is the largest natural lake in southern New England at 1,442 acres with its deepest point at 45 feet. It originates as three spring-fed ponds that are joined by narrow channels. Webster Lake is noted for its clarity, with waters transparent to a depth of fifteen feet and is home to at least seventeen species of fish including American eel, smallmouth bass, and yellow bullheads. It is also stocked with brood salmon.Just a few turns off Route 395, access the lake from Memorial Beach Park on Memorial Beach Dr. During the summer there is a fee for parking.”

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Booklovers’ Gourmet

Your local, independent bookstore, coffeehouse, gift shop and art gallery since 1995. Monthly events include author signings, book discussions and writers groups. Large Selection of childrens

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Lakeview Marine – Paddlesport Rentals

Rent a stand-up paddleboard or kayak and paddle some of the 1,442 acres of the largest natural lake in southern New England. Launch from our marina – rentals are available for one hour up to a full day. Walk-ins welcome, reservations preferred. See website for hours, pricing and policies.

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