Fort Trumbull Conference Center 90 Walbach St, New London, CT06320 Fort Trumbull Conference Center is a meeting hall for various city and business organizations in and around New London.…More The center hosts meetings by the Connecticut Maritime Commission, the Department of Energy, Friends of Fort Trumball and other civic organizations. To reserve a room, call the facilities office at the number provided.
Provenance Center 165 State St, New London, CT06320 The Provenance Center aims to promote international cultural awareness, holding discussion series and showcasing artwork…More from multiple media throughout the year. The Gallery of Cultural Expression features pieces, whose underlying theme is "social and spiritual connectedness." A list of upcoming events and exhibitions is available on the center's website.
New London Senior Center 120 Broad St, New London, CT06320 A part of the New London Recreation Department, the New London Senior Center coordinates recreational activities and…More some social services for residents 55 and older. The programs include trips, exercise and wellness, transportation services, arts, a food pantry and daily lunches. A Senior Affairs Commission appointed by the City Council meets monthly to provide policy direction for the center.
Kente Cultural Center 219 Bank St, New London, CT06320 The Kente Cultural Center was established in 1997 by a group of African-American business and community leaders. The…More center runs artistic activities for children ages 8 to 15, with a focus on African-American arts and culture. The programs include art, music, crafts, and lectures, and a handicap-accessible art gallery is on the first floor.
New London Community Meal Center Inc. 12 Montauk Ave, New London, CT06320 The New London Community Meal Center serves regular lunches and dinners for those in need. A nurse is also on duty twice…More a week. The center accepts volunteers as well as people who need to perform community service for court or school. The operation was run by the Mount Olive Seventh Day Adventist Church until 2000, when the center became a corporation run by a board of directors.
B.P. Learned Mission and Laurence P. "Jim" Smith Youth Center 40 Shaw St, New London, CT06320 Though its program was founded in 1859, the B.P. Learned Mission and Laurence P. "Jim" Smith Youth Center became a part…More of the Child and Family Agency of Southeastern Connecticut in 2003. The non-profit center holds after-school programs for first through fifth graders, including academic assistance, enrichment activities and a theater program. It is dedicated to helping at-rish families and children.
Southeast Connecticut Community Center of the Blind 120 Broad St, New London, CT06320 The nonprofit Southeast Connecticut Community Center of the Blind serves the needs of the blind and legally blind in the…More area. Services include transportation, education and a monthly dinner.
Shiloh Family Life Center 3 Garvin St, New London, CT06320 The Shiloh Family Life Center is located adjacent to the Shiloh Baptist Church, which was incorporated in 1900 and later…More founded the center. It operates a pre-school and is also a venue for community events.