Bill Jackson's Maintenance Services 286 Highland Ave, Norwalk, CT06854 Bill Jackson's Maintenance Services provides trash removal, sweeping, mopping and polishing, all delivered by a team of…More professionals. Please call for details.
Roy W. Moss 102 Highland Ave, Norwalk, CT06853 Roy W. Moss is a Norwalk attorney who provides legal services in the area of bankruptcy. For more information on his…More legal services, call his office.
Brookside Elementary School 382 Highland Ave, Norwalk, CT06854 Tucked among houses in the residential neighborhood of Highland Avenue, Brookside Elementary School is home to more than…More 470 students. The school maintains a stellar local reputation for having an engaging and highly individualized curriculum. The reading and writing workshop offered to all students provides reading material to each student based on their individual reading levels. A large percentage of the elementary school's students are from other neighborhoods across Norwalk, creating a highly diverse student body.
Brien McMahon High School 300 Highland Ave, Norwalk, CT06854 Nuzzled in the residential neighborhood off Highland Avenue, Brien McMahon High School is the home of the Senators. The…More high school offers an array of extracurricular activities including a slew of sports teams, a high school newspaper and a drama club. The high school is also connected to the Center for Global Studies, a magnet school that draws students from across Fairfield County. The campus also has two baseball fields and a relatively new turf field for football, track, cross country and other events.
Minuteman Land Services 377 Highland Ave, Norwalk, CT06854 Minuteman Land Services is a full-service landscape company serving residential and commercial properties in Norwalk and…More beyond. Services include lawn maintenance, weeding, shrub detail, hardscaping, plant installation and more.
W. Robert Haskell Real Estate & Construction 165 Highland Ave, Norwalk, CT06853 Haskell Real Estate is a home renovation and construction firm as well as a real estate broker working in Fairfield…More County. Norwalk residents with homes requiring TLC or with questions about new construction projects should schedule an appointment. Walk-in consultations are not available.
Graham Capital 40 Highland Ave, Norwalk, CT06853 Graham Capital is a large financial management firm specializing in fixed income, global futures and foreign exchange…More market trading, using diversification as a means to maximize profits while minimizing risk. Roughly half of the firm's employees are devoted to trading, research, risk analysis and technology. The trading and administrative offices are located in Rowayton. Call to make an appointment.
Shakespeare On The Sound is headquartered at the Rowayton Library on Highland Avenue. Every summer, a production from…More the Bard is performed in two locations: Pinkney Park in Rowayton and Baldwin Park in Greenwich.
Admission is free, although there is reserved seating (call the office to pay with a credit card). Suggested donations for students and seniors are half-off. Also, make sure you bring a blanket or a folding chair on which to sit, and an umbrella, because the show doesn't cancel unless it's a hard rain.
Food and alcohol are not served but are permitted.
Rowayton Community Center 33 Highland Ave, Norwalk, CT06853 The Rowayton Community Center is used by several different civic groups and other organizations. It has rooms…More available for rent; open fields where events often take place; and a seasonal farmers market, which sells vegetables, plants and baked goods. The Rowayton Public Library is also here. It has 25,000 books and 70 periodicals. Special events and activities for children and adults are hosted occasionally.
The smallest of Norwalk's four middle schools, Roton Middle School has a student body of approximately 520. The…More school serves grades six through eight and utilizes team-teaching methods to emphasize focus on the individual and communication between teachers and parents.
Roton Middle School is unique in that it is home to a planetarium. The curriculum also includes art education, sports, computer science, music, band, chorus and a thorough foreign language department. One of the most notable classes is Japanese, which culminates in a ten-day trip to Japan.
In 1903, the Rowayton Library was organized by a group of public-spirited citizens and housed in a room in…More Craw's Hall at 101 Rowayton Avenue. It opened with capital of $154, a loan of 100 books from the State for three months and 25 books from the Bodley Book Club to be exchanged monthly.
In 1926, having outgrown the first home of the library, the Board held a special meeting and approved the purchase of 145 Rowayton Avenue, former firehouse of the Reliance Hook and Ladder Company (and now the Rowayton Arts Center).
The Library paid owner, Frank Machette, $5700 for the property and the building. Upon moving in, the first floor was used to house the collection and the second floor was used as a community meeting place, known as the Library Hall.
In 1966, the present building and surrounding six acres at 33 Highland Avenue were purchased by the Sixth Taxing District to become the Rowayton Library and Community Center. Originally this Tudor-style building, constructed in 1912, was a part of the extensive estate of James A. Farrell.
It was later purchased by the Sperry Rand Corporation which developed the first commercial computer on this site. In 1966, the Library entered into an agreement with the Sixth Taxing District whereby the Library gave the Sixth Taxing District the property and building at 145 Rowayton Avenue and would continue to perform the services of a "public library" for the community of the Sixth Taxing District in exchange for their new home at 33 Highland Avenue for the next 99 years and a partial funding grant every year.