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About: enfield, connecticut

Originally inhabited by the Pocomtuc Native American tribe, the land that is now known as Enfield was settled in 1679 by settlers from Salem, Massachusetts. It was incorporated in Massachusetts in 1683, but after a 1749 lawsuit, became part of Connecticut. During the Great Awakening, Jonathan Edwards delivered his famous sermon, "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God," in Enfield. The Enfield Shaker Village, where members of the utopian religious sect practiced celibacy, communal living, and crafted furniture.

Population: 45212
Local Newspapers: East Longmeadow Reminder Springfield Republican
Local Sports Teams: Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL)
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Zip Codes associated with enfield, connecticut:
Towns/Cities near enfield, connecticut : Thompsonville Southwood Acres Windsor Locks Hazardville Sherwood Manor

Enfield News
Community News For The Enfield Edition

Residents of St. Joseph's are preparing for their annual Rock-A-Thon, to be held on Saturday, April 1, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1365 Enfield St. There will be entertainment and baked goods and crafts made by the residents will be sold. Residents will ask people to sponsor their rocking.

Enfield Girls' Season Ends One Game Early

The Enfield girls' basketball team turned in a fantastic season, going 19-1 in the regular season, winning the CCC tournament, and then making it as far as the semifinals in the CIAC Class LL tournament, where the team fell to New London, 57-36, cutting the season short by one game. The Whalers jumped out to an early lead and gave the Eagles more than they could handle, double-teaming Enfield's top players and making quick work of turning turnovers into points.

Book Store Moves To South Windsor

Cynde Acanto, owner of the Book Club Bookstore & More, poses under the archway of books that leads into her new store, at 869 Sullivan Ave. Cynde Acanto, owner of the Book Club Bookstore & More, poses under the archway of books that leads into her new store, at 869 Sullivan Ave. For Cynde Acanto, owner of The Book Club Book Store & More, books are meant to be read, and shared, discussed, and loved. They bring people together and help create new friendships.

Community News For The Enfield Edition

Waddling Ones, an early literacy program designed for children ages 12 to 24 months will take place at 9:30 a.m. Friday, March 31. The drop-in program features simple stories, songs, fingerplays, open play and art. Caregivers must attend.

NY cemetery receives rare photo of its 'Little Drummer Boy'

A cemetery in upstate New York where a Civil War veteran known as "Albany's Little Drummer Boy" is buried has received the only image of him known to exist. Laura LaDuke, of Enfield, Connecticut, tells the Times Union that she discovered the tintype while going through Civil War memorabilia collected by her late father.

Antique Bottle Club Show Provides Slice Of History

Scott St. Laurent discusses bottles in his collection, with a visitor at the 45th annual Somers Antique Bottle Club Show. Scott St. Laurent discusses bottles in his collection, with a visitor at the 45th annual Somers Antique Bottle Club Show.

Connecticut WWII veteran receives Belgian Honor

When Ernest Maynard first put on his olive drab Army uniform some 74 years ago, he expected nothing in return, he said. On Monday, wearing that same uniform, Maynard was given the Belgian Fourragere for his service with the 92nd Armored Field Artillery Battalion with the 2nd United States Armored Division.

Community News For The Enfield Edition

Navy Veterans and ACC students Elizabeth Merkt and Fred Pinero are photographed by Julie Cotnoir, in ACC's Veterans OASIS Center. The center is available to the more than 100 veterans and active military who are enlisted at the college.

Plan for Muslim cemetery in Dudley clears last hurdle

A controversial plan to locate a Muslim cemetery on abandoned farmland in the small town of Dudley has cleared its last major obstacle. The Zoning Board of Appeals approved the cemetery Thursday after more than a year of stormy public hearings, cross-allegations of bigotry and grandstanding, and scrutiny by state and federal attorneys.

Tri-Town Looking To Make Tourney Mark

The Tri-Town Hockey team is overcoming some of its struggles, just in time for the conference and state tournaments. After the impressive 5-0 win over the Newington co-op team on Feb. 15 that gave them the eighth win they needed to qualify for the tournament, coach Jesse Peters said the TerrorCats had a tough schedule during the middle of the season, but the coaching staff was tough on the players in practice, and that seems to have made a difference.

Thompsonville Celebrates Rich Cultural Diversity

Educational Resources for Children promoted Thompsonville's diverse culture and community during a family fun night at St. Patrick's Hall on Feb. 15. The evening, a collaborative among ERfC, Tonight in Thompsonville, Healthy Meals - Healthy Minds, and local organizations, featured crafts, fun activities, music, dance, and an international buffet. Educational displays and crafts highlighted the town's diverse, global culture, which included India, Peru, Ghana, Colombia, and Mexico.

Community News For The Enfield Edition

The Enfield Senior Center, 299 Elm St., is offering the following activities. The center can be reached at 860-763-7425.

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