MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR

THE 9th ANNUAL 2023

Hike To The Mic 2021

DATES
AUGUST 19th & 20th 2023

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ANNOUNCING
THE 9th ANNUAL 2023

Hike To The Mic 2021

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AUGUST 19TH & 20TH 2023

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The Hike To The Mic


Music and Arts Happening
Is A Donation Sponsored Event.

Hike to the Mic 2022

Commemorative T-Shirts/SOLD OUT

Stickers and Magnets

STILL AVAILABLE!

 

Please help support the 2022 Hike to the Mic and Friends of Heublein Tower with this limited edition commemorative event t-shirt.

Be a part of the 8th Hike to the Mic Music & Arts Happening with our genuine event t-shirt! Featuring custom art from CT’s own Corey Pane and listing all the incredible bands and sponsors from this year’s event.

With a modern fit and wide range of sizes, this shirt makes a great option for any event and is sure to be a collector’s item. Get yours now before they sell out!

Proceeds from this sale help make events like this possible and help the Friends of Heublein Tower continue their mission of restoring for public use the state-owned Heublein Tower landmark to its original and authentic splendor.

 

Hike to the Mic 2022
Stickers and Magnets

$2.00 & $5.00

Sticker

Hike to the Mic Virtual Event 2020

Access, Parking & Directions

The Heublein Tower and the Hike to the Mic event will be accessible only on foot through the Talcott Mountain State Park. The Park closes at sunset.

There are three locations to park and carpooling is recommended.

Simsbury Parking

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TALCOTT MOUTAIN STATE PARK: Summit Drive, Simsbury, CT 06092

PENWOOD STATE PARK: 560 Simsbury Road Bloomfield, CT 06002

West Hartford Parking

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MDC Reservoir Number 6: Route 44, West Hartford CT 06117

Alternate Parking

The Friends of Heublein Tower, Inc – Mission Statement

The Heublein Tower in Talcott Mountain State Park educates the visiting public about the natural beauty and rich history of Connecticut. An architectural landmark since 1914, the Tower provides a unique destination for recreational and educational opportunities, and a 360 degree “royal view” into Connecticut’s past, its present, and future. The Friends of Heublein Tower, Inc., a non-profit community-based organization formed in 1984, supports and assists the State of Connecticut by restoring, improving, and interpreting the Heublein Tower and its surrounding grounds. The restored Tower serves as a museum and a place of learning, gathering, and exploration for the enlightenment and social benefit of those who visit.