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One of Hartford County’s must-see heritage destinations! Enter the world of Colonial New England by visiting Stanley-Whitman House, where you can experience life as the early settlers lived it. Tour the ca. 1720 National Historic Landmark house. Touch and examine the objects of everyday life in the galleries and in programs. Imagine farm life in period gardens and grounds. Immerse yourself in this historic moment in a wide range of experiential programs and learning opportunities.
Support to residents experiencing financial, physical and psycho-social hardships
Community CPR classes
Adult and youth enrichment courses, trips and state-mandated courses (ESOL, GED, Citizenship and Adult Basic Education)
Programs and services for the elderly community including our Caregiver Support Group, Low Vision Support Group, and telephone reassurance
Helping older citizens remain independent, productive and at home through programs and services such as Meals-on-Wheels, Friendly Visitors, Friendly Shoppers, transportation to medical appointments and by loaning donated, used medical equipment to those in need.
The Farmington Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the town’s history and educating the public about its significance. They sponsor exhibits, lectures and other events, and we provide tours of the Freedom Trail’s Underground Railroad and Amistad sites. Don’t miss their Afternoon Book Talk on October 19!
The Farmington Land Trust has one mission: ‘to protect open space in perpetuity through acquisition, stewardship, education and advocacy.’ Get involved and sign up for their Photo Contest (all ages) and Video Maker’s Contest (ages 12 – 18)!