Haddam Historical Society 14 Hayden Hill Rd, Haddam, CT06438 Haddam Historical Society is an East Haddam based non-profit, in operation since 1955. The organization hosts exhibits…More detailing the history of Haddam, provides a venue for antique shows and hosts fundraisers for area education and youth services. Additionally, the Haddam Historical Society has an online store where customers can donate funds as well as purchase books and gifts.
Haddam Neck Fair Association 26 Quarry Hill Rd, Haddam, CT06438 The Haddam Neck Fair Association is the governing body of the annual Haddam Neck Fair. The county fair offers a range of…More family-friendly activities. Guests can participate in contests, rides, a petting zoo, arts and crafts projects and the choosing of the best Haddam Neck Apple Pie.
Haddam Island State Park Haddam Island, center of CT River between Haddam and Haddam Neck, Haddam, CT06438 The first English settlers called the place where native tribes netted shad during spring spawning runs…More Thirty Mile Island. For years shad fishing stations on Haddam Island were the most profitable in town. Today the island is covered with trees and vines, except for a little sandy beach -- crowded with boaters in summer.
Haddam Senior Center 923 Saybrook Rd, Haddam, CT06438 The Haddam Senior Center offers a communal space for Haddam's elderly population. The center offers soft aerobics every…More Monday and Wednesday at 10 a.m., as well as transportation to breakfast every Friday at CVH in Middletown. The center host programs regularly. For more information about volunteering or upcoming classes or outings, call Mark Lundgren at the number provided.
Haddam Land Trust PO Box 66, Haddam, CT06438 Haddam Land Trust is a private, nonprofit community organization working for the benefit of the residents of Haddam. The…More organization strives to preserve the natural resources of the Town of Haddam, including water resources, marshlands, swamps, woodlands, open spaces and plant and animal life. Land Trust also works to preserve unique historical and scenic sites in the area. Visit the website for a schedule of programs and meetings of the trust or for a full list of preserved sites.