Town Resources
 

Blue Eagles News Productions: 

https://sites.google.com/wethersfield.me/whsblueeagleproductions/home

Wethersfield high school students produce a daily informational broadcast show relating to WHS events, activities, and newsworthy content and some of the students are also volunteers at WCTV.

Chamber of Commerce: https://wethersfieldchamber.com/

Represents members through active involvement in issues, projects, and services that will improve the economic environment and provide greater business opportunities.

The Great Elm:  Website: http://thegreatelm.com/calendar/

Coming together is the root of the Great Elm website. Bringing family, friends, and the community closer to the things that are important in Wethersfield. Plus a lengthy calendar of events.

The Keane Foundation: https://keanefoundation.org/index.php

The purpose of the Foundation in collaboration with the Town of Wethersfield, is to provide a safe and fun environment in which youth can come together to participate in athletic, academic, and social programs with the support and guidance of caring adults.

Parks and Recreation: https://wethersfieldct.gov/recreation

For Wethersfield residents, Parks and Recreation provide programs that include art, early childhood, dessert decorating, nature center, senior center, fitness, afterschool, therapeutic recreation, sports and summer camps. Programs available to children and adults. Register for programs at: https://rec.wethersfieldct.gov/wbwsc/webtrac.wsc/SPLASH.html

People Empowering People (PEP) Community program:

http://wethersfieldchildhood.com/get-involved/parent-leadership-training/

Started in 2017, the UCONN People Empowering People (PEP) Communities program in Wethersfield has graduated 44 parent leaders. PEP is a UCONN Extension certificate course and can help parents fill gaps in their resume and transition careers. Jeanine Berasi, a UCONN Certified PEP Facilitator, leads the class.

Senior Center: https://wethersfieldct.gov/senior-center

The Wethersfield Senior Center serves adults 55 years and older, offering social, educational, entertainment, health and wellness programs. The Center is also a source of information and referral to programs and services that can help seniors and their families find the resources needed to maintain active, independent and fulfilling lives. Contact Amy Miller, he Senior Center Coordinator for more information by phone 860-721-2979 or emailing senior.center@wethersfieldct.gov.

Town of Wethersfield-Government: https://wethersfieldct.gov/content/398/

Listing of town departments and contact information, elections information, open job opportunities, town budget, parks and recreation, police information, and more.   Get the latest information from the Town of Wethersfield by subscribing here: https://confirmsubscription.com/h/d/601B7F4DA92BF208

Wethersfield Early Childhood Collaborative: www.wethersfieldchildhood.com

The Wethersfield Early Childhood Collaborative (WECC) is a diverse group of community members, educators, parents and local organizations advocating for Wethersfield’s young children. Their goal is to ensure all Wethersfield’s children, birth to five are healthy, ready for school, and involved in their community.

Wethersfield Government Television-WGTV: Viewing Town Council Meetings on-line.  For questions, contact wgtv@wethersfieldct.gov directly.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLu-0PI-y_gLVfZCfmyRUHLi_CvH_YzhV7

Wethersfield Historical Societyhttps://www.wethersfieldhistory.org/ 

The Wethersfield Historical Society is a 501c3 non-profit membership supported, educational institution devoted to preserving the history of Wethersfield, Connecticut.

Wethersfield Public Schoolshttps://wps.wethersfield.me/

Grades Kindergarten through twelfth grade. Five elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. Superintendent Michael Emmett, email: Memmett@wethersfield.me