Following the town of Trumbull's soft opening of some public spaces, effective today the NIA will have a limited opening of our property. Please follow all social distancing practices as required by the State of CT & Town of Trumbull.
NO: playground, picnic tables, gazebo, group gatherings, sports, ball fields.
The parking lots will remain closed and we ask that you not illegally park on the grass/property. We will open the parking lots in the very near future.
YES: walking the property ONLY with members of your household (including leashed dogs).
FUNDRAISER FOR NIA:
Take Home Some of Nichols’ History
There are a limited number of prints of
“Nichols Center, Circa 1910” available.
The multi-colored charcoal and pencil painting by Earl Moore, (1979), is of the Bunny Fountain and Starkweather House (far right) of Nichols Improvement Association, and a private home on Huntington Turnpike. The Bunny Fountain is shown at the peak of the Nichols Green where it was first placed for use by horses.
The approximate size of the print is 12 x 16.5,
the paper is 16.5 x 21”
$5/piece, postage is additional $14 each
for more please email for estimated shipping cost.
Please contact Eve McGrath if interested in
purchasing one or more
CLICK IMAGE TO PURCHASE