Realty Works, LLC 124 Main St, Collinsville, CT06019 Realty Works is a real estate group that represents and sells property within the Farmington Valley and the surrounding…More area. The group's central office, located on Main Street in Collinsville, is housed in a historic building from the 1820s. The agents at Realty Works specialize in everything from condos to single and multifamily homes, as well as land ownership.
Creative Kitchen & Bath 122 Main St, Collinsville, CT06019 Creative Kitchen & Bath is a custom home cabinetry dealer based out of its showroom, a beautifully maintained…More historic building on Collinsville's Main Street. Experienced salespeople and contractors are always available on staff to help customers design and realize their ideal kitchen, bathroom, living room or other household space. The dealer carries such custom cabinetry brands as Quality Custom, Omega/Dynasty, Kraftmaid and Homecrest. Call ahead or just stop by to browse the store and talk to a salesperson; all consultations are free of charge.
Rootz 110 Main St, Collinsville, CT06019 Situated on Main Street right between Lasalle Market & Deli and the Town Hall, Rootz is the only Salon operating in…More the heart of Collinsville. Locally owned, the Salon spent eleven years at its former location on Route 44 before moving to Collinsville, where it has remained since 2004. Rootz boasts a friendly, cozy atmosphere with space for up to four hairdressers at a time. Reservations are a necessity, as their schedule is usually busy.
Collinsville Framing 13 Center St, Collinsville, CT06019 Owner Kristen Stevens brings many years of experience to her long-running framing business of 14 years, having first…More worked at an art gallery and framing shop at the age of 16. After eight years on Main Street in Collinsville, Stevens moved her business and her home up the street to her current location, a beautifully restored 1890 Swedish Lutheran Church on Center Street. Collinsville Framing operates on the policy that Stevens "can frame anything." She frames any 2-dimensional item such as paintings, pictures or mirrors and can provide shadowbox framing for 3-dimensional items such as musical instruments. Collinsville Framing also offers on-site consultation, picture hanging and delivery.
Gallery 101 Main 101 Main St, Collinsville, CT06019 After getting his start as a digital artist, creating the effects for many of today's biggest blockbusters, longtime…More Canton resident Doug Tubauch opened this contemporary art gallery on Main Street in 2008. His business, Gallery 101, continues Collinsville's tradition of supporting local artists by providing a location to display and sell their paintings, sculpture, fabric, jewelry, and mixed media work. Tubauch estimates that about 30 percent of the art pieces in his shop come from Collinsville itself, and nearly all come from within Connecticut. In addition to a large collection of contemporary art for sale, Gallery 101 also hosts several special events during the year. There is free form art every Wednesday, where amateur artists can drop in and work on projects of their choice with the benefit of an instructor. The gallery also is the location for the Speakeasy "Collinsville Social Club," an exposition of local singer-songwriters that takes place once a month on a Saturday. Additionally, it provides a space for interactive wine education classes by Wine Time. See its website or call for more details on any of these events.
In addition to lending books, magazines, CDs, DVDs and other materials, Canton Public Library offers online…More resources, downloadable e-books, story times and many education and professional programs. It also serves as a gallery, showing the works of many local artists.
In addition, display cases highlight the work of numerous local organizations. The roots of the library date back to the 1830s when organizations, churches and businesses in Collinsville and North Canton established library associations. In 1913, the Canton Public Library Association launched an effort to establish a town-wide public library. In 1920, the Collins Memorial Library at the corner of Main and Center streets, was dedicated. The building served the town's library needs until 2000, when the present day library and community center was opened at a former elementary school on Dyer Avenue.