Tell Me Something Good About Connecticut December 3rd, 2019

December 3, 2019
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We’ve all seen them on T-V, the horrible wildfires burning in California, this year in both the northern and the southern parts of the state.Sometimes on the news they’ll show those aerial shots of hundreds and hundreds of gallons water being dropped on a fire. Did you know there’s a Connecticut connection to those fire-fighting efforts?
Actually, it’s a pretty well-known Connecticut product that’s helping out out west. 

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It’s officially December and the holiday season is in full swing. In fact, did you know that this past Sunday was National Christmas Lights Day? Connecticut has plenty of incredible light displays and attractions to enjoy all month long. We'll give you a few to consider!!

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The lucky winner of the December CTvisit Prize Pack will receive:

A Gift Certificate to ANTIQ’S. Located in the historic town of Farmington, ANTIQ’S has been open for 30 years and features an extensive collection of rare finds from early American and Victorian antiques to 18th- and 19th- century furniture, decorative accessories, art and more. Exclusions apply. For more information, visit: www.ctvisit.com/listings/antiqs-llc.

A Holiday Ornament from Hartford Prints!.Hartford Prints! is a family-run paper goods shop and studio that specializes in distinctive letterpress for weddings, special occasions, and more. The retail shop in Hartford features handmade and homegrown goods and gifts perfect for the holiday season. For more information, visit:www.hartfordprints.com/

Free admission for 4 to Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo. Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo in Bridgeport is the state’s only zoo featuring primarily North and South American animals and several endangered species, including two rare Amur Leopard cubs. Open all year round. For more information, visit: www.ctvisit.com/listings/connecticuts-beardsley-zoo.

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