Washington is a town located in Litchfield County, Connecticut. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 3,596.
Web Sites and Links
Connecticut Town Histories: WashingtonReprint from the Connecticut Historical Collection by John Warner Barbour, orginally published in 1836.
Firenze GalleryFocuses on contemporary art from abstract to realism. Painters and 3-D artists. Provides artist's statements and available works.
Gunn Memorial Library and MuseumFree public library and museum of history and art, operated by non-profit corporation. Hours, online catalog, schedule of kids' programs, overview of museum holdings, announcements of upcoming special exhibits and events, and highlights of past exhibits.
St. Andrew's ChurchMission statement, history and information on activities, Sunday school and Sweet Harmony's Coffee House. Located in the village of Marbledale.
Steep Rock AssociationLand trust that seeks to protect Washington's rural character and to sustain a healthy environment by conserving open land, farmland, forest, wetlands and waterways. Information about holdings, membership, and stewardship activities.
The PinnaclePhotos and text on mountain top which contains boulders with Hebrew inscriptions.
Town of WashingtonInformation on elected officials, municipal departments and commissions, and town services.
Washington Art AssociationMonthly exhibits, classes, workshops and a gift shop.
Washington Montessori SchoolIndependent, not-for-profit day school for girls and boys from 18 months of age through eighth grade. Founded in 1965, the school is located in village of New Preston.
Washington, ConnecticutReprint of information from The Connecticut Guide, published in 1935.