WINDSOR LANDMARKS PROJECT highlights and celebrates Windsor's unique natural, historical and cultural treasures.


HISTORICAL SITE MARKERS

Friends of Windsor collaborated with the Windsor Historical Commission to install twenty-four coordinated signs throughout town marking historically significant sites where recognizable structures no longer exist. The signs offer us a tangible connection to Windsor’s past. Click on the image for a list of the sites and our online map.

Supported by a grant from the Central Berkshire Fund of the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation.


 

FLASHBACKS

Friends of Windsor's coordinated program, launched in January 2016, to expand the scope and reach of the Historical Site Markers, creating a more complete story of Windsor’s past. Click on the image for our monthly FLASHBACKS features and companion web presentations.

Supported by grants from the Central Berkshire Fund of the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation and Windsor's Local Cultural Council.

WINDSOR LANDMARKS MAP

This handsome 16" x 18" guide map, unveiled in July 2016,  features the locations of the 24 historical site markers. Click on the image to look inside! Whether you're a resident (or former resident), a frequent visitor, or just passing through, we think you'll love this creative and useful guide to Windsor's most treasured sites. Cost: $4 ; $5 if you'd like us to mail it to you. Please send your check payable to Friends of Windsor ("Map" in the memo line) to 1890 Route 9, Suite 8; Windsor, MA 01270. For more information, please Contact us.

Supported by grants from the Central Berkshire Fund of the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation and Windsor's Local Cultural Council. Generously sponsored by Berkshire Bridge & Iron, Hill Engineers, L.P. Adams, The Trustees, and Wild & Scenic Westfield River.

CELEBRATE WINDSOR!

Our community-wide celebration on July 17, 2016 was a resounding success. Click on the image to read the wonderful write-up in Windsor Now & Then. There are more photos in our Celebrate Windsor gallery, as well as a two-page spread in the Berkshire Eagle.


Supported by grants from the Central Berkshire Fund of the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation and Windsor's Local Cultural Council.