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: E-mail (general) 

The Stonington Free Library
 Wadawanuck Square

Stonington CT 06378
 Tel: 860-535-0658 
 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 

The Portuguese Holy Ghost Society

26 Main Street 
Stonington CT 06387
 St Mary Church, RCA
95 Main St
 Stonington CT 06378
 Tel/fax: 860-535-1700 

Calvary Episcopal Church

27 Church Street 
Stonington CT 06378 
Tel: 860-535-1181 
Fax: 860-535-0119 

History Art and Culture

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The Captain Palmer House

Stonington’s only National Historic Landmark building, it was designed by Gamaliel King of New York in 1850 for Capt. Nathaniel B. Palmer, Discoverer of Antarctica & Designer of world renowned clippers.

Location: 40 Palmer Street.
Phone: 860 535-8445

Farmer’s Market by the SVIA

Winter Market – The Velvet Mill – Saturday 10am-1pm, mid-October through late May.

The La Grua Center

Founded in 2007, La Grua Center is a nonprofit cultural center located in Stonington Borough offering a wide range of concerts, art exhibitions,and lectures in an intimate, acoustically distinctive space flooded with natural light and vaulted ceilings.

Location: 32 Water St. #7 Stonington.
Phone: 860 535-2300

The Old Lighthouse Museum

The oldest museum lighthouse in the country Picturesque grounds on Stonington Point Open daily except Wednesdays,10 to 5 (May through October) $9 Adults, Discounts for kids and seniors.

Location: 7 Water St. Stonington.
Phone:(860) 535-1440

Stonington Community Center

Helping neighbors become friends and helping friends work together, the COMO engages residents, businesses and community groups in building a strong, vibrant community.

Location: 28 Cutler Street, Stonington.
Beth-Ann Stewart, Executive Director 860 535-2476

Stonington Free Library

Location: 20 High Street, P.O. Box 232, Stonington.
Phone: 860 415-4510

Stonington Village Improvement Association

The SVIA was formed over a hundred years ago by a small group of caring residents wishing to maintain the Borough as “a nice place to live and work.”

Location: P.O. Box 18, Stonington.
Phone: 860 415-4510