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Stomp N Crush 140 Killingworth Turnpike Rt. 81 Clinton. Southern Connecticuts premier wine beer making supply shop. Homebrew club and supplies. 860-552-4634 CONNECTICUT FREEDOM TRAIL Documents and designates sites that embody the struggle toward freedom and human dignity celebrate the accomplishments of the states African American community and promote heritage tourism. 860-256-2800 First Baptist Church 28 North St. Milford. African Americans who fought in the American Revolution names of six black soldiers from Milford are displayed on a memorial marker. 203-878-1178 Soldiers Monument Milford Cemetery Prospect St. Milford. Monument dedicated to American Revolutionary War prisoners whom the townspeople attempted to save when the British abandoned them. 46 American soldiers buried here in a common grave including six black soldiers. New Haven Sites see New Haven Trails map for 18 additional sites. Martha Minerva Franklin Gravesite Walnut Grove Cemetery 817 Old Colony Rd. Meriden. Born in New Haven attended school in Meriden. Founded the National Association for Colored Graduate Nurses NACGN. George Jeffery House 66 Hillside Ave. Meriden. Leading activist on the state and national level for civil economic and political rights and equality for African Americans. Privately owned home not open to the public. James Davis House 111 Goose Ln. Guilford. According to oral tradition abolitionist and anti- slavery society member George Bartlett 1798-1893 hid fugitive slaves in a cellar on this property. CONNECTICUT WINE TRAIL Visit a unique collection of vineyards as you follow the wine trail through some of the most picturesque towns in Greater New Haven. 860-667-5467 Savino Vineyards 128 Ford Rd. Woodbridge. 203-389-2050 Paradise Hills Vineyard and Winery 15 Wind Swept Hill Rd. Wallingford 203-284-0123 Gouveia Vineyards 1339 Whirlwind Hill Rd. Wallingford. 203-265-5526 Rosabianca Vineyards 1536 Middletown Avenue Northford. 203-208-1211 Bishops Orchards Winery 1355 Boston Post Rd. Guilford. 203-458-PICK Chamard Vineyards 115 Cow Hill Rd. Clinton. 860-664-0299 FARMINGTON CANAL TRAIL Along Whitney Ave. Route 10 New Haven Hamden Cheshire. 16.1 scenic miles and growing walkway perfect for biking walking hiking and in-line skating beginning in Hamden and continuing north into Cheshire and south into New Haven. Dawn to dusk. 203-287-2579 New Haven Trail access on Hillhouse Ave. Sachem St. and Canal St. Hamden Todd St. 350 feet west of intersection with Route 10 Hamden Brooksvale Recreational Park on Brooksvale Ave. Cheshire North Brooksvale Rd. 1 mile west of intersection with Route 10 Cheshire Cornwall St. 0.6 mile west of intersection with Route 10 GREATER NEW HAVEN FARM TRAIL Seasonal farms from fresh fruits to Christmas trees and everything in between. Check farm websites for seasons and hours. Glendale Farms 203 Herbert St. Milford. A third- generation family-owned farm specializing in garden farm products and horse boarding. 203-874-7203 Robert Treat Farm 1339 New Haven Ave. Milford. Authentic Family Farm Market and Garden Center since 1948. 203-878-4270 Maple View Farm 603 Orange Center Rd. Orange. Built in the 1790s Maple View Farm was a working dairy and produce farm now available for barn rentals. National Registry of Homes. 203-799-6495 Massaro Community Farm 41 Ford Rd. Woodbridge. Supports the legacy of farming feeding neighbors in need and building community through events and hands-on education for all ages. 203-736-8618 Hindinger Farm 835 Dumbar Hill Rd. Hamden. Farm fresh fruits and vegetables. Annual festivals and events. 203-288-0700 Josephs Tree Farm 208 Kirk Rd. Hamden. Pre- cut Christmas trees and gift shop. 203-248-8955 Drazen Orchards 251 Wallingford Rd. Cheshire. Fresh fruit and vegetable farm stand pick-your-own fruit orchards. 203-272-7985 Hickory Hill Orchards 351 South Meriden Rd. Cheshire. Harvest season fruit and country store. 203-272-3824 Blue Hills Farm Apple Orchards 141 Blue Hills Rd. Wallingford. Harvest season fruit and country store. 203-269-3189 Lyman Orchards Junction of Routes 147 157 Middleeld. Year-round Apple Barrel country store seasonal events and festivals pick-your-own orchards and golf courses. 860-349-1793 Dudley Farm 2351 Durham Rd. Guilford. Small working farm summer farmhouse tours farmers market year-round hiking trails. 203-457-0770 Rose Orchards Farm 33 Branford Rd. North Branford. Visit Rose Orchards for our famous pies ice cream fruits vegetables and family fun atmosphere. Farm market 9 a.m.-6 p.m. ice cream 9 a.m.-9 p.m. 203-488-7996 Gozzis Turkey Farm 2443 Boston Post Rd. Guilford. Visit to see colorful turkeys and reserve holiday orders every November and December. 203-453-2771 Bishops Orchard and Winery 1355 Boston Post Rd. Guilford. Since 1871 six generations of Bishops have been serving the shoreline with fresh farm products. Grows a number of crops on 320 acres of land 313 acres of that is owned by our family farm corporation. 203-458-PICK Chateld Hollow Farm 12 Firetower Rd. Killingworth. Edible and medicinal mushrooms assorted garden vegetables ornamental evergreen and ginseng. Exotic Birds Farm tours educational classes. Hours seasonal. 646-288-2986 Winterberry Tree Farm 104 Parker Hill Rd. Ext. Killingworth. Cut you own custom wreaths seasonal hours. 860-663-2747 New England Alpacas 14 Bethke Rd. Killingworth. Alpaca services education and investing by appointment. 860-663-3482 CONNECTICUT ART TRAIL New Haven. World-class museums and historic sites throughout CT. 860-425-5560 Yale Center for British Art 1080 Chapel St. New Haven. Newly Renovated. Reopens Spring 2016. 203-432-2800 Yale University Art Gallery 1111 Chapel St. New Haven. 203-432-0600 CT BEER TRAIL New Haven. The Cask Republic 179 Crown St. New Haven. Unique approach and appreciation for the craft is evident through the caliber and variety of beer. Tavern dining beer events. 475-238-8335 BAR BruRm 254 Crown St. New Haven. Serving traditional New Haven style thin crust brick oven pizza and BARs own fresh micro brewed beer. 203-495-8924 CONNECTICUT FREEDOM TRAIL New Haven. The trail documents and designates sites that embody the struggle toward freedom and human dignity celebrate the accomplishments of the states African American community and promotes heritage tourism. 860-256-2800 Westville Cemetery Blake St. and Osborn Ave. New Haven. Concept of Freedom. Edward A. Bouchet Monument Evergreen Cemetery 92 Winthrop Ave. New Haven. rst African American to obtain a doctorate in any discipline and the rst to be inducted into Phi Beta Kappa graduated summa cum laude in 1874 from Yale University. 203-624-5505 The Peoples Center 37 Howe St. New Haven. Constructed in the 1850s this building was acquired in 1938 by Jewish immigrant workers and was used as a social and cultural center for community groups including African Americans. New Havens rst interracial drama group and rst integrated basketball team were started here. 203-624-8664 TRAILS 53