145 Lang Rd.
Windsor, CT 06095
+1 860 285 1886
Celebrating 40 Years of support to Northwest Park
2021 marks the 40th year since the Friends of Northwest Park was organized to help promote and maintain this amazing resource. We are celebrating this milestone with events throughout the year.
A YEAR TO CELEBRATE
fun for the whole family
Pictures, pictures pictures. From your gardens to your sidewalks. Your scarecrows to your carved pumpkins. Send them in!
How well do you know the town? Pack up the family. We’re going on a hunt!
Organic Garden Demonstration
We’ll show you how to do it!
What better way to get to know the vast trails in Northwest Park than to set yourself the challenge of hiking them all this year.
Browse and buy from local suppliers of craft and goods.
The more tickets you buy, the better chances you have!
…AND MUCH MORE
something for everyone
Northwest Park remains open for business!
With so many places still locked down or restricted, Northwest Park remains open with endless outdoor possibilities
…of natural beauty. 12 miles of hiking trails, a functioning Maple Sugar House, a bustling Nature Center, and farm animals with loads of personality.
Year Round Events
Coffee house concert series, childrens summer camps, annual country fair. The fun never ends, and there’s something for everyone.
A Thriving Community
of nature lovers with the common goal of keeping this local treasure open and preserved to be enjoyed by all; now and for future generations.
Contribute to the Friends of Northwest Park
A contribution to the Friends supports the Friends' many programs and mnakes a great gift! And as a 501(c)3 organization, The Friends' donations are tax-deductable.
IF YOUR GIFT IS IN MEMORY OF SOMEONE, OR IN HONOR OF SOMEONE, PLEASE INDICATE THAT IN THE "NOTES" BOX THAT WILL APPEAR SO WE CAN PROPERLY CREDIT IT.
For more information, contact the Friends' President, Terry Langevin at email@example.com.
Friends' Gift Acceptance Policy (Click at right)
The Friends of Northwest Park is a not for profit 501(c3) organization. The Friends solicits and accepts gifts for purposes that will help the organization further and fulfill its mission. All gifts are expended for that purpose. The Friends has no paid employees. Donations will generally be accepted from individuals, partnerships, corporations, foundations, government agencies, or other entities, without limitation. In the course of its regular fund raising activities, The Friends will accept donations of money, real property, personal property, stock, and in-kind services. (Certain of these gifts must be reviewed prior to their acceptance if they may pose special liabilities to The Friends.) Restrictions on gifts: The Friends will not accept gifts that (a) would result in The Friends violating its corporate charter, (b) would result in The Friends losing its status as an IRC 501(c3) not-for-profit organization, (c) are too difficult or too expensive or complicated to administer in relation to their value, (d) would result in any unacceptable consequences for The Friends, or (e) are for purposes outside of The Friends mission.