The Nautical Arts WorkshopWoodworking & Crafts School
We are a woodworking and craft school located in Deep River, Connecticut. We offer hands-on classes that are inspired by our rich maritime heritage. Our students use traditional hand tools and techniques in creating individual projects. We have a variety of classes to meet our participants’ interests and skill levels. Our small class size ensures that everyone receives personal instruction and guidance. All skill levels are welcome.
Club CyclingIndoor Cycling Experience
We are a friendly team of fitness professionals with a passion to help people reach their goals. Our indoor cycling programs are designed to help wether you are an athlete, avid cyclist, or just looking to get into the best shape of your life.
With over 12 years of experience in insurance and financial services, Deep River State Farm opened its doors in the heart of Deep River in 2016 and proudly serves all Connecticut communities. Our team of seasoned professionals are eager to assist you with all of your personal and business needs. Did you know? We serve the community’s needs in: Personal and Business Car Insurance Homeowners and Renters Insurance Business Insurance General Liability Individual and Group Life Insurance Property Insurance Health Motorcycle Insurance Worker’s Compensation Annuities Financial Services And More! We’re here to help life go right: Our goal is to make insurance simple. Have a question about your policy? Not sure how a deductible works? Want us to review your coverage to make sure you and your loved ones are protected? Wondering if life insurance is necessary? Ask us – no question is too big or small! We’re here to help. Our office: Our office is located at 104 Main Street in Deep River, easily accessible off exit 5 on Route 9 in Middlesex County. We offer complimentary coffee, dog treats for our furry friends and complimentary notary services for State Farm customers and their families – stop by and […]
Cameron Taylor Designsdesigns that mean business
Master designer Milton Glazer once quipped, “There are three responses to a piece of design … Yes, No and WOW!” I’m in the WOW! business. I provide designs and service that exceed expectations. My “Fibonacci” Logo … Hungarian architect Gyorgy Doczi argues in his seminal 1981 book The Power of Limits: Proportional Harmonies in Nature, Art, and Architecture that the Fibonacci Sequence creates a pattern that is seen in nature at all scales. The pattern – an infinite series of numbers where the next number is found by adding up the two numbers before it – is, geometrically, a “logarithmic spiral, characterized by the golden section’s proportions … and called the pattern of ‘whirling squares.’” 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, … Look to this day for it and it alone is life. In its brief course lie all the essence of your existence: … The Glory of Growth … The Satisfaction of Achievement … The Splendor of Beauty … For yesterday is but a dream and tomorrow is but a vision. But today well-lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness, and tomorrow a vision of hope.” – Kalidasa, Fifth Century Indian poet
The Valley Railroad Company has been in existence in one form or the other since 1868 and is presently operating as The Essex Steam Train & Riverboat. The history of this railroad is as exciting as a ride on the railroad today, giving passengers a glimpse of the history of the American rail system from the early days of steam to the present. Essex Steam Train & Riverboat’s journey begins at the historic 1892 Essex Station for a 12-mile, narrated round trip into the heart of the unspoiled Connecticut River Valley. The steam locomotive pulls vintage coaches through the quintessential New England towns of Essex, Deep River, Chester and Haddam. At Deep River Landing, passengers are escorted onto the Becky Thatcher riverboat for a cruise along the Connecticut River. The visual serenity of the river valley is on full display from Becky‘s multiple decks. The deep water, coves, inlets, marshes, wildlife and rocky shoreline are, all at once, simply breathtaking! Steam Train Photo Credit: Peter Buck
A Little Compassion Inc is a nonprofit organization providing support to young adults with autism and other intellectual and developmental disabilities. We currently offer social activities in the Main Street Sweet Shoppe function room and will be offering employment and awareness/acceptance activities in the near future when our coffeeshop, The Nest Coffee House, opens for business. Visit our website at www.alittlecompassion.org for more information.
Polished MedSpa offers laser hair removal to get rid of unwanted hair and create smooth skin, wrinkle relaxer (Botox/Dysport) to smooth fine lines and wrinkles, dermal fillers (Juvederm/Restylane) to fill deep lines and hollows around the mouth & lips, consultation and application of medical grade skin care line Obagi, pigmentation elimination, spider vein removal, and Kybella. We are a friendly group of providers that are always happy to provide information and consultations to anyone interested in learning more about us and what we offer.
RiverFire Glass is located in a lovely 17th Century town in Connecticut. It is a tiny studio hidden deep in the woods, perched on a rocky hill and peeking through the trees over a beautiful and pristine river valley. The changing light, trapped fog, long vistas and visiting wildlife offer constant inspiration. The running river and the tempering glass are a visual metaphor of how every life ebbs and flows, sometimes calm and tranquil and sometimes wild and frothy, seeking new trails yet always flowing, always exciting. The Process: Kiln Fired Glass; from cold and brittle to warm and flowing, ending up in a very tactile, luminous piece that both holds and reflects light. No two pieces are exactly alike although there are common themes within the various series. Each piece starts out as a concept, sometimes sketched out, more often it percolates in Jeni’s brain, and then she starts cutting glass, mosaicking pieces together, cutting again; even the small jewelry items are made up of multiple pieces of cut glass. When a tray is loaded and ready it is placed in a large kiln and brought up to temperatures between 1400 and 1800 degrees. Due to the composition of […]