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Land Trust

Protecting Salisbury’s natural resources

Historical Society

Celebrating Salisbury’s history

Community Events

Organizing events that bring us together

Current and Upcoming Events

Heritage: Artifacts from the Salisbury Association Iron Collection

On permanent display are numerous artifacts of the local iron industry, including an 18th century cannon, an Ames Ironworks lithograph, and the Holley Manufacturing Company’s pocket knife display from the

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Academy Building, 24 Main St
Salisbury, CT 06068 United States
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Life of a Community: The Lakeville Journal Celebrates 125 Years

August 13 to October 1 - Fascinating exhibit chronicles the history of the century-spanning Lakeville Journal newspaper. Celebrate at the Opening Reception on August 13 from 4-6 pm. Everyone is invited.

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Come Into the Forest

Learn how forests benefit our well-being and combat climate change. Why do forest matter? What are the threats? What can we do to make a difference?

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Academy Building, 24 Main St
Salisbury, CT 06068 United States
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65th Annual Salisbury Fall Festival

Come and enjoy fun events throughout the weekend – scarecrows, quilt show, local artisans, Martha Graham dances, magic shows, live music, bake sales, brew-ski fest, magic shows, kids games and activities, book sales, attic treasures, face painting, hot dogs, arts and crafts, food tents, pumpkin decorating, forest exhibit, booths, and much more! See schedule of events: www.salisburyfallfestival.org.

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Main Street of Salisbury,

Guided Walk in Historic Lakeville

Join historian Lou Bucceri as he tells stories about places from Portet Street to the Furnace Neighborhood. Walk will last less than 1 hour; less than ½ mile in length. Reservations required: 860-435-0566.

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Lakeville Post Office, 339 Main St
Lakeville, CT 06039 United States
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Acknowledgment: We are grateful to Joseph Meehan and Louis Hecht for their beautiful photographs used throughout the website. Many thanks also to Carolyn Grimaldi, John Harney, Leo Nadeau, Don Perdue, Scott Whelan, and trustees too numerous to mention who provided other photos.