Charlestown Citizens Alliance - March 28, 2017

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Mark Your Calendars: Update and Discussion of Federal Railroad Administration Plan at Kettle Pond

Join Us for an Update and Discussion of Federal Railroad Administration Plan

When: Thursday, March 30 at 7PM
Where: Kettle Pond Visitor Center, 50 Bend Rd., Charlestown
What: Status Update and Discussion on "Old Saybrook to Kenyon Bypass"
Our guest speaker is Gregory Stroud, Ph.D., Director of Special Projects at the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation. Greg is also the founder of the grassroots advocacy group on High-Speed Rail, SECoast.

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Community Artists Program - Nature Inspired Photographs by Christine Kelsey

Community Artists Program - Nature Inspired Photographs by Christine Kelsey

In a continuing effort to connect visitors to nature, the Community Artists Program displays nature inspired artwork at the Kettle Pond Visitor Center in Charlestown. Join us at the Kettle Pond Visitor Center all month to celebrate April’s showcased community artist, whose work will be displayed for the entire month and is viewable by the public 7-days a week from …

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Tunnel Boring Machine

Federal Railroad Administration Plan

We have created a page dedicated to this issue, where we will keep all the information we have available and up to date. Please check it often and let us know what information we should add. The page contains all the posts we have published on this issue and many (most) which we have not added to our e-mail newsletters.

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