Collinsville Quick Lube 14 Maple Ave, Collinsville, CT06019 Collinsville Quick Lube is located at the intersection of River Road/CT-179 and Maple Avenue at the site of the former…More Collinsville Gulf gas station. The shop, which is promises a 15-minute oil change, will also check tire pressure.
Collinsville Savings Society 136 Main St, Collinsville, CT06019 Located in historic downtown Collinsville, the Collinsville Savings Society has been serving the community's banking…More needs for over 150 years. It features full service personal and business banking, including services such as auto loans, business loans, checking/savings accounts, CDs, IRAs, insurance, mortgages and safe-deposit boxes. There is a 24-hour ATM located at the side entrance in the lower level of the building.
Yoga Center of Collinsville 10 Front St, Collinsville, CT06019 Yoga Center of Collinsville is a full-service center, established in 1998. It offers yoga classes, specialty and series…More classes, workshops, techniques and therapies. Some of the instructors include Beverly Kent, Master Yoga Teacher, Carrie Brostek, Joe Bayse and Anjali Desai. It is located in the 10 Front St. building above Gallery 101. Walk-ins are welcome.
Collinsville Savings Society 277 Albany Tpke, Canton, CT06019 The second branch of the Collinsville Savings Society is located on Route 44 in Canton. The branch offers all the…More services of the original location, but adds the convenience of a drive-up window and a free parking lot. Collinsville Savings offers both personal and business banking, with services such as auto loans, business loans, mortgages, IRAs, savings accounts, and safety deposit boxes.
Collinsville Canoe & Kayak 41 Bridge St, Collinsville, CT06019 Collinsville Canoe & Kayak offers a variety of different brands of kayaks and canoes, as well as a selection of…More accessories and rentals. The shop, which is located along the Farmington River, also hosts boating trips, classes and both private and public events throughout the year. Customers can "test drive" the shop's boats from its launch for $25, refundable with purchase.
Collinsville Post Office 34 Bridge St, Collinsville, CT06019 The Collinsville Post Office once served as the core postal location for the Collins Company and the village it spawned.…More Although people today are much more mobile, the post office is still one of four in Canton. Village residents and business owners are just a short walk from the personal service at this location.
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.
Nicknamed "The Spiritual Hub of Collinsville" by founder and current yoga teacher Beverly Kent, the Yoga Center of…More Collinsville was the first yoga center in the Farmington Valley in 1997.
Classes range from beginner to advanced, with other options such as mixed level yoga, meditation sessions, belly dancing, yogalates, and yoga for kids/families. Kent estimates that approximately 40 former students have passed on their knowledge by becoming instructors.
In addition to yoga classes, the Center has been actively involved in many town functions, such as hosting a puppet show for Christmas in Collinsville. Kent and the rest of the staff also support local and nationwide causes, including a fundraiser for Hurricane Katrina relief.
Saint Patrick Parish 7 Burlington Ave, Collinsville, CT06019 St. Patrick's roots date back to the mid 1800s, when a pastor at St. Mary's Church in New Britain worked on establishing…More a Roman Catholic Church in Collinsville. A wooden church was built around 1852. Damaged by two fires over the years, a new structure was built in the mid 1930s. The stone building was built on the former site of the church's rectory, largely in Burlington. Today, the rectory is still in Collinsville and the church serves Roman Catholics in several surrounding communities.
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.