Spring is here and there should be nothing stopping you from seeing Historic Wethersfield's beautiful historic district, having wonderful food, and shopping at friendly local business all in one great community. More info!
June 4th, 5th, and 6th
Education Center Opening Celebration
The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum will open the new Holcombe Education Center with a weekend long celebration beginning on June 4, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony commencing at 9:30 a.m. Opening-weekend activities include a lawn party, exhibit openings and free admission to the museum. More info!
June 5, 10:00am
This walk features Cedar Hill Cemetery’s rare and notable trees and is part of Connecticut Forest & Park Association’s Trails Day Weekend. More info!
June 5, 10:00am - 3:00pm.
Annual Spring Festival!
Bring in spring with Heirloom Market's Annual Spring Festival. Look out for food and craft vendors, plus much more. More info!
June 5th -13th
Annual Keane Foundation 5k Run/Walk
The Richard M. Keane Foundation will be going virtual this year for their 20th Anniversary Virtual 5k Run & Walk! Between June 5th to 13th, complete your 5k anytime & anywhere. Suggested Donation of $5 per person and $15 max per family. Registration is required. More info!
June 5th & 6th, (times vary)
CT Trails Day Weekend
Look for a nature hike for little kids, a Wethersfield to Glastonbury bike ride starting at Wethersfield Cove, a paddle around Wethersfield Cove, and a paddle on the CT River. More info!
June 12, 10:00am - 4:00pm
Pop-Up Craft Fair
Every second Saturday of the month through September, join the Wethersfield Historical Society on the Keeney Cultural Center lawn for a pop-up craft fair. Expect to see these vendors again at the Annual Craft Fair in October at Cove Park. More info!
June 13, 8:00am - 12:30pm
Annual Bicycle Festival/Show/Swap
The WHS Bike Club will again be hosting a family friendly bicycle event in Old Wethersfield. Look for family activities, games, demos and more! Out doors at Hanmer Elementary School, 50 Francis Street. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info or see flier!
June 17, July 8, & August 19, 6:00pm
Summer Living History Series
Storyteller, actor, historian and playwright, Tammy Denease brings to life the “hidden” stories of three Black women. The performances will be held in the Holcombe Education Center. A 6 p.m. reception precedes each 6:30 p.m. performance. More info!
June 19, 10:00am
Eternal Homes of Cedar Hill
Over a dozen private mausoleums grace the grounds of Cedar Hill Cemetery. Learn about the architecture and owners of some of Cedar Hill’s grand mausoleums on this walking tour of the cemetery. More info!
Summer Youth Art Program
Registrations now being accepted for five weeks of creative art projects for ages 6 and up. Pick between full or half day. Spaces are limited due to COVID protocol distancing. More info!