West Hartford Art League 37 Buena Vista Rd, West Hartford, CT06107 Since 1934, the West Hartford Art League has been featuring classes, exhibitions, workshops, fundraisers and special…More events for local residents. The West Hartford Art League showcases local and national artists' work, which is free and open to the public on a monthly basis.
Bow Tie Cinemas 42 S Main St, West Hartford, CT06107 Kevin Lima, is "returning style and elegance to the movie going experience." He has been the manager of Bow Tie Cinemas…More since it opened in Blue Back Square. It has six screens, two of them have technicolor 3D.
Frame Dimensions 995 Farmington Ave, West Hartford, CT06107 Joe Lipiner opened Frame Dimensions in 1984. He has professional framers to work on your precious heirlooms. In addition…More to framing, he also provides a nice collection of fine art. Some of the artists were featured at the Art Walk in West Hartford Center.
Jim Hughes and Royce Gracie Jiu Jitsu 276 Park Rd, West Hartford, CT06119 Jim Hughes and Royce Gracie Jiu Jitsu is a training center specializing in martial arts training with several…More locations around the New England area. Classes offered here are kick boxing, Fitness MMA, self defense and Jiu Jitsu. Private lessons are also available. Open mat use is available at scheduled times in the evening. Free trials and class observations are offered.
Center Framing & Art 56 Lasalle Rd, West Hartford, CT06107 Center Framing & Art opened in 1974. It has been introducing artists in the store on Saturdays and has local and…More international artists represented on the walls of the shop. Your pictures can be framed by their master framers, Glenn Lazinsk and Lori Chozick, using "archival materials."
Camp Create-A-Summer 26 Buena Vista Rd, West Hartford, CT06107 Camp Create-A Summer is a West Hartford-based summer day camp open to children from age 3 through middle school. The…More camp offers a safe, engaging and fun environment where kids can participate in arts, technology, music and sports activities. The Create-A Summer campus includes a cafeteria, library, computer lab, gym, auditorium, art and music studios, playgrounds and a sprinkler park. Visit the Camp Create-A Summer website for program, registration and tuition information.
Noah Webster House 227 S Main St, West Hartford, CT06107 The Noah Webster House museum is located in the historic house where Noah Webster was born in 1758 and lived as a child.…More Noah Webster created the first American dictionary and the Blue-Backed Speller, a widely used schoolbook for American children. The Noah Webster Foundation restored Webster's home and opened it as a museum in the late 1960s. About 10,000 schoolchildren and thousands of others visit the museum every year. Workshops, summer camps and a history club are just a few of the activities sponsored by the museum, which is also available for rent for private events. In addition to the museum, the site is the home of the West Hartford Historical Society.