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Georgetown Village Restoration

 

Georgetown Village Restoration, Inc. was founded in 1999 to assist in the restoration and revitalization of the village of Georgetown, Connecticut. Georgetown has been in existence since the early 1800’s and grew up along with the Gilbert & Bennett Wire Mill. Because it is comprised of sections of four towns, is divided by the Norwalk River and is trisected by two state highways, the village has had difficulty working as a contiguous whole. Through public education, close cooperation with other Georgetown organizations and the towns which comprise it, we are trying to implement the restoration of “our village.”

It is our fondest hope that through the continued support of all interested parties we can complete the restoration of the Village of Georgetown and we look forward to a future as bright as its past.

Georgetown Village Restoration Inc. is the founder and organizer of the Annual Georgetown Day Festival that takes place in June.

Click here to visit the GVRI website.

GVRI meets the first Monday of each month at 12:00 noon at the Gilbert and Bennett School:

49 New St
Wilton, CT 06897

Upcoming Events

Thu 27

Republican Town Committee

April 27 @ 7:30 pm
Town Hall Hearing Room
100 Hill Road
Fri 28

Classics Book Club at Mark Twain Library

April 28 @ 11:00 am
Mark Twain Library
439 Redding Road
Sat 29

22nd Annual Frog Frolic – Mark Twain Library

April 29 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Redding Community Center
37 Lonetown Road
Organizer: Mark Twain Library
203-938-2545