251 Greenmanville Avenue
Mystic, CT 06355
Phone: (860) 536-9666
Fax: (860) 536-2044
Mystic is a picturesque village located on its namesake river that divides the towns Groton and Stonington. It was established in 1654 and is a significant port in eastern Connecticut. This place is a great tourist destination among families, and garnered popularity with the film Mystic Pizza. Explore the shore, take a walk on quaint sidewalks, and visit cafes, bars, stores and world-class casinos nearby. Visit the Mystic Aquarium and one of America’s largest maritime museums Mystic Seaport.
For all those, who love the sea, join the Shennecossett Yacht Club that offers memberships at a reasonable fee. Started in 1928, this yacht club holds numerous yacht races throughout the year and attracts several tourists and admirers. Situated amidst the beautiful surroundings, this club features a clubhouse, which consists of a covered deck, a bar, kitchen area, a fireplace and a television. The main hall can accommodate about 130 people, and is ideal for holding private parties and events. Apart from this, the club also boasts of five docks and about 191 ships.
All Souls Unitarian Church, now called the All Souls Unitarian Congregation, is home to a multitude of community and religious service programs on a regular basis. Attend Sunday morning services, hold religious debates and discussions, buy books on religion at the on site bookstore or simply partake in one of the group sessions organized for one and all. Special religious services and programs are held for children and adults at the Unity Hall. You can also avail of regular meditation, health, yoga and spirituality courses on offer. Check website for more details.
Located on Golden Street, the Divine Providence Church is the local community church of Norwich. Everyone is welcome to the services that are held regularly. They aim to bring people together to spend time with family and friends.
Binding the people of the small town of East Lyme just a few miles away from Mystic, this Community Center is plays a vital role in the life of the people living here. It hosts numerous concerts, local events and private functions and is very popular among all age groups. The center is part of a complex which also houses the East Lyme Public Library. The office of the Parks & Recreation Department is also located in this center.
The Fox Hopyard Golf Club is open from March through November in the lovely Connecticut River-town of East Haddam. This is a Par 71 golf course that spans roughly 7000 yards (6400 meters) and includes facilities such as a restaurant, tee shop, sports bar and banquet hall. The club also houses the on-site restaurant, On the Rocks, where delicious breakfasts, lunches and dinners are served.
A charming beach resort, the city of Montauk is most famous for its commercial fishing industry. This town has a lot to offer with a vast array of attraction, hotels, restaurants and state parks that make it vibrant and busy. Also termed as "The Living End," this place is a popular tourist destination in summer.
The University of Rhode Island boasts a thriving Department of Athletics and Recreation. With over 15 sports programs on offer, their Kingston campus features several athletic fields. The Meade Stadium, Beck Field, Keaney Gymnasium, Mackal Field House, Tootell Aquatic Center, URI Soccer Complex, and URI Softball Field provide state-of-the-art facilities. They host an array of tournaments and sporting events. Also on premises are indoor track, swimming pools, tennis court and volleyball fields.
The Point Judith is a small village that stands located on the coast of the Narragansett Bay of Rhode Island. The site occupies great historical importance and was a part of the American Revolutionary War and World War II. U-853, an Allied ship sank in this region during the World War II and its ruins still lie here.