Community Services, Associations & Religious Organizations

Stonington Borough Fire Departments


Main Street, Stonington CT 06378
 Non-Emergency Tel: 860-535-0329 
Emergency Only Dial 911


The Stonington Historical Society

Nathaniel B. Palmer House 
 40 Palmer Road P.O. Box 103
 Stonington CT 06378 
 Tel: 860-535-8445
 Website: www.stoningtonhistory.org E-mail (general) stoningtonhistory@hotmail.com 


The Stonington Free Library
 Wadawanuck Square


Stonington CT 06378
 Tel: 860-535-0658 
Website: www.stoningtonfreelibrary.org
 Hours: Mon, Tues, Thur & Fri 10 am - 5 pm; Wed 10 am - 8 pm; Sat 10 am - 3 pm


The Stonington Village Improvement Association


PO Box 18 
Stonington CT 06378 
Website: www.sviastonington.org 
E-mail: contact@sviastonington.org


The Portuguese Holy Ghost Society


26 Main Street 
Stonington CT 06387
 860-535-3855
 St Mary Church, RCA
95 Main St
 Stonington CT 06378
 Tel/fax: 860-535-1700 
 E-mail: Stm.Stn@prodigy.net


Calvary Episcopal Church


27 Church Street 
Stonington CT 06378 
Tel: 860-535-1181 
Fax: 860-535-0119 
 E-mail: Calvchurch@aol.com


Farmers Market

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Stonington Farmers Market Open. 

Fresh fruit, vegetables, cheese, bread, wine, pasta, honey, syrup, jams, hot sauces, fish, poultry, meat. Prepared foods such as soup, pies, baked goods, oven ready meals. Fresh cut flowers. Music, crafts and more. Some vendors offer organic but all are local, CT Grown certified.

Every Sat., 9:00 a.m.-noon until the end of Oct. On Nov. 1st the Farmer’s Market moves indoors at the Velvet Mill, 22 Bayview Ave., 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

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