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Programs & Events at the Center at Glastonbury

Because of COVID-19 concerns, all Connecticut Audubon buildings are closed to visitors until further notice.
The Glastonbury center is permanently closed; click here for details. Staff can be reached at 860-633-8402 or glastonbury@ctaudubon.org through June 30; after that, please call our state headquarters at 203-259-0416.
Our non-releasable raptors will be moving soon to new homes, but until then you can still observe them in their aviary and
contribute to their care and feeding in the nearby donation tube,
The Town of Glastonbury’s Earle Park and most Connecticut Audubon sanctuaries remain open for hiking,
but please observe the 6-foot social distancing guideline!
The Glastonbury summer camp and the Traditional Afternoon Tea have been canceled and all fees are being refunded.

 

Want to Know More about Our Non-Releasable Barred Owl?

Cookie: Barred Owl (Leah Grant photo)

Click here to meet Cookie up close and personal in this video by Glastonbury Animal Care Coordinator Linda Hincks.

And, for the children, Linda and Cookie read a book, Owl Babies, together here.

 

 

 

 

Is Mountainfilm on Tour Coming to Hartford?

The cholita climbers of Bolivia, ascending.

We’d hopefully rescheduled it to Tuesday, June 9, but current gathering restrictions may prevent that.

We’re considering our options, so watch this space for updates.

If canceled, all previously-purchased tickets will be refunded.
If rescheduled, they will be valid on the new date; if you are unable to attend then, please see the refunds note at the end of this article.

Infinity Hall, 32 Front St, Hartford 06103, 7 p.m. (doors open at 6:30.)

Mountainfilm returns with new, culturally rich, adventure-packed, and inspiring documentaries from the Mountainfilm festival in Telluride, Colorado.

We’ll show more than a dozen short films: exciting, colorful, and thought-provoking movies about rock climbing, mountain biking, downhill skiing, mountain culture, and global conservation issues.

These films connect us to fascinating parts of the world and those who explore it in unique ways.

VIP admission (including parking): $75 brings you preferred seating and an invitation to a 5:30-6:30 pre-show VIP Event featuring our live birds and a cocktail hour with complimentary hors d’oeuvres and drinks!

General admission (including parking): $25.

Get your tickets here! Or further support our work and promote your business by becoming a sponsor; click here for options!

(Only while they last, the Glastonbury center has a limited number of tickets available at face value with no service fees; call 860-633-8402 to inquire.)

All proceeds benefit the conservation, education, and animal care programs at Connecticut Audubon’s Center at Glastonbury.

Date-Change Refunds: If you bought tickets for March 24 and are unable to attend on June 9, you may request a refund.
For tickets purchased from Infinity Hall on line or in person, call the box office at 860-560-7757 (they should have already contacted you).
For tickets purchased from us at the Glastonbury center or at the flower show, contact Kate Reamer at kreamer@ctaudubon.org or 860-633-8402.

Click here for short videos from the 2019 tour.

Connecticut Audubon Society Center at Glastonbury, 1361 Main Street 06033
(glastonbury@ctaudubon.org / 860-633-8402)

 

CANCELED: Traditional Afternoon Tea

We regret that continued gathering restrictions prevent us from holding this traditional Glastonbury event.

All previously-purchased tickets and sponsorship fees are being refunded.

 

CANCELED: Glastonbury Summer Camp

We regret to announce that, since the Center at Glastonbury is closing permanently on July 1, the Glastonbury Summer Camp has been canceled and camp fees paid to date are being refunded. Summer Camp will still be offered at other Connecticut Audubon centers; click here for info.

 

 

 

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