Griswold Family Association



GFA Reunion  August 3-5, 2018

We had a great reunion: pictures and reports coming soon

FRIDAY: August 3, 2018-CT River Town Tours-Windsor & Rocky Hill, CT (OPTIONAL PROGRAM) -

AM Registration-Breakfast (free with room reservation) -

Board Escorted Bus for trip to Windsor, CT.,( home to Edward and Matthew Griswold in 1639)

Sites of interest (Windsor Historical Society -1st Church Windsor, Palisado Green, Poquonock settlement & Griswold homesites, gravesites and Northwest Park Shade Tobacco Museum -

Board Escorted Bus for trip to Rocky Hill, CT. (noon meal on your own at a shopping complex) CT River farming town and home to William F and Margaret Griswold family and descendants.

Drive by tour of Griswold home sites, Sunny Crest Farm, Stop at Rocky Hill Historical Society for display and presentation, Congregational Church and Fire Museum tour and Center Cemetery tour if time permits. -

Board bus for Homewood Suites-Hospitality Reception, Pool Party, Griswold Family Displays, GFA Sales, Genealogy Activities, William F & Margaret family displays Dinner will be on your own. Many options available within walking distance -

GFA Executive Board Meeting-7pm-- Homewood Suites

SATURDAY: August 4, 2018- -Breakfast Free (room reservation guests)- Registration & Reception-GFA Exhibits, Sales and Genealogy Corner- -

Annual Meeting ( 9:30 am) -

Board Escorted Bus for trip to Wethersfield, CT. (driving tour of Historic District & Griswoldville Griswold sites)-

Lunch (box lunches) and program at Griswoldville Chapel -

Bus to Michael Griswold House for High Tea Reception, House Tour and MG House Displays, Lawn Games -

Bus to Homewood Suites, Glastonbury, CT-Pool side social, GFA Exhibits, Sales, Genealogy Corner & William F. & Margaret Griswold family exhibits -

GFA Banquet and Program-Griswolds-Life on the Connecticut River

SUNDAY-August 5, 2018 --Optional Activity Suggestions provided and arranged for i.e. Church Services, Walking Tours Ancient Burial Grounds, Main St. Wethersfield (Colonial Dames Museums, Historical Society, town green, Michael Griswold House