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Southbury, Connecticut

Upcoming Events in Southbury Connecticut


January

1 - 15 Bald Eagle Viewing - Controlled viewing of wintering eagles. Reservations.

Address: Shepaug Housatonic Hydroelectric Station , Southbury, Connecticut
Ph: (800) 368-8954 (Always call and confirm events)

June

29 - 30 Washington Rochambeau Weekend - A re-enactment of the march along the Washington and Rochambeau Revolutionary Route to celebrate the 225th anniversary of the march.

Address: Platt Farm , Southbury, Connecticut
Ph: (203) 597-9527 (Always call and confirm events)

6 3rd Annual Family Day - Nature activities, walks and programs for the entire family. See live birds, learn about wildlife, make crafts.

Address: Audubon Center at Bent of the River , Southbury, Connecticut
Ph: (203) 264-5098 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: $20 per family.

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Audubon Center at Bent of the River

690-acre wildlife sanctuary, with 15

Southbury, CT Arts

Kettletown State Park

72 partly wooded and open sites. Dumping station, bathrooms, showers, fishing, swimming. Trailers and RV's may not exceed 26' in length. No pets. $13/night/

Southbury, CT State Parks


Kettletown

72 partly wooded and open sites, dumping station, bathrooms, showers, fishing, swimming, no pets. Trailers and RV's may not exceed 26'

Southbury, CT Parks

Dolce Heritage Conference Resort

Resort situated in picturesque setting. 163 rooms (three suites), two rest., lounge, ent., TV, health club, I &

Southbury, CT Resorts

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