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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

A Town with Five Villages in Connecticut

My sister's Carrot Applesauce Cake Recipe went to East Windsor, CT. I wonder which of the 5 Villages the recipe is now residing?
1. Broad Brook is a village with a population of 4,069 according to the 2010 census.
Broad Brook's center show piece is the Broad Brook Opera House

2. The Warehouse Point is the oldest village and is the home to 2 popular museums: The Connecticut Trolley Museum and the Connecticut Fire Museum.
The Connecticut Trolley Museum in East Windsor, is the oldest incorporated museum of it's kind in the country.
3. Scantic Village is where you will find the The East Windsor Academy Museum.
4. The Melrose Village was home to the Melrose School, now called the Melrose Library, is a one-room schoolhouse that was active until the early 20th century.
5. Windsorville Village you find it to be rural East Windsor
If you love trees this is the place for you :)

Flying over East Windsor, CT and the Connecticut River we say farewell
(This hobbiest does a pretty good job of giving you an aerial view from RC airplane)

Thank you for visiting East Windsor, CT with me.

The history of ancient Windsor, Connecticut, including East Windsor, South Windsor, and Ellington, p

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