Saturday, July 16, 2016
10AM - 4PM
Celebrating Ten Years!
On the grounds of the beautiful Bill Memorial Library, located on historic Groton Bank. Art on Groton Bank is an outdoor festival featuring artists and artisans displaying and selling works of art, including paintings, prints, wooden sculptures, photograhpy, crafts, and much more. Also featuring live music, book signings by regional authors, walking tours of the nearby historic neigborhood, interactive activities for all ages, and delicious food. This year, to honor Connecticut's Submarine Century, Art on Groton Bank will host a juried art exhibit of submarine related photoghraphy. For even more fun everyone can create thier own flag soluting appreciation of the SUBASE which will be hung on our flag line. That flag line will travel throughout the area celebrating Submarine Century. Sales of the First and Finest: The 100-Year History of Naval Submarine Base New London will be available.
More than 300 years of history is close by: Fort Griswold State Park, a Revolutionary War battlefield, the Monument House Museum, the Ensign Ebenezer Avery House, and the Avery Copp House Museum are a short walk away. Admission is free.