Nightmare on Broad Street brings many smiles

Nighmare on Broad Street, the "scary" party that First Town Downtown threw on Halloween was a great success. The weather was perfect too: crispy chilly, to remind everyone that the end of summer is at hand - but we have to celebrate! And hundreds of pops, moms and their offspring did, visiting the "horror" hotspots around the town green. Among them, Grace Episcopal Church, where the youngsters had the rare opportunity to ring a real, honest-to-goodness church bell.

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Chili Cooks Sought for Windsor Chili Challenge

Local businesses, civic groups and creative cooks are encouraged to register in advance for this year’s chili challenge on the Windsor Town Green to determine who has the right “hot stuff.” This year’s Windsor Chamber of Commerce Chili Challenge is proudly sponsored by Windsor Federal Savings and scheduled for Saturday, October 1st from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM.  The first 10 teams to sign up will get a Geisslers Gift Card. Jane Garibay, Executive Director of the Windsor Chamber of Commerce applauded presenting sponsor Windsor Federal Savings, “It is very special to have a local business support and become involved in what has become a true autumn tradition on the Windsor Town Green.” 

150 Year Old Tuttle House Gets a Makeover

Thanks to the support of the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation, Grace Episcopal Church’s Tuttle House roof is getting a makeHover. This 1865 GothicHstyle brick house on Windsor’s Town Green was the home of The Rev. Reuel H. Tuttle, the first resident rector of the church. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the house was deemed “one of the finest examples of the style in the town” according to the town’s Historic Survey, of August 1981.