Trendsetters Salon 200 High St, Windsor, CT06095 The talented stylists at Trendsetters Salon have an average of 10 years experience in the field. The salon specializes…More primarily in preparing brides, bridal parties and prom couples for their special events. Some of the many services offered at Trendsetters include cuts, perms, highlights, coloring, beard trims, formal braids, and up-dos. The salon also offers facial waxings and and make up application.
Pathways to Technology Magnet School 184 Windsor Ave, Windsor, CT06095 Pathways to Technology is an interdistrict magnet school near the Windsor/Hartford line, and is a member of the Hartford…More Public Schools System. The school specializes in education that prepares its students for participation in a technology driven society. It serves grades 9 - 12 and has about 400 students. Pathways focuses on accepting and educating students that are on track to attend college. It aims to provide an educational foundation for college and professional careers in such fields as animation, graphic design, software programming and computer forensic science.
State of Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station 153 Cook Hill Rd, Windsor, CT06095 The State of Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station is a state agency that researches and supports agriculture in…More the community. Located in Windsor, the station is a substation of the headquarters in New Haven, which pre-dates the University of Connecticut's agricultural endeavors. The station's scientists work in a variety of agricultural fields, including entomology, plant pathology, weed research and diagnostics. Upon request, the station's scientists will also assist farmers and private homeowners with problems with their crops or plants.
Camp Shalom 425 Merriman Rd, Windsor, CT06095 Camp Shalom is a 75-acre Jewish Community Center and summer camp located along the shores of the scenic Farmington…More River. Camp Shalom has a number of facilities for various recreational activities. These consist of, but are not limited to, basketball courts, expansive fields, volleyball, a swimming pool, recreation building and even a climbing wall. The river is also available for campers to go swimming, boating, canoeing and water skiing under the supervision of Red Cross–certified instructors.