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TORRINGTON: “Self Guided Audio Tour of Historic Downtown” onoging

 The Torrington Historical Society announces the installation of 21 audio tour signs in Historic Downtown Torrington. The audio tour signs are permanently installed on each of 21 historic buildings and sites. Each sign has a unique QR (quick response) code that can be read using a smart phone and will connect the user to an audio recording about the history of each building and site. With additional funding it will be possible to expand the audio tour to include additional historic sites in the downtown area. For a complete list of featured sites visit www.walktour.info .
For more information please contact Mark McEachern, Torrington Historical Society, 860-482-8260

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KidsPlay Children’s Museum on Main Street has announced their special holiday events.  Registration is necessary as the programs are popular.

Feb. 18 – 4th annual KidsPlay Family Fun Fair at the Warner Theatre – from 11 to 4 – featuring exhibits, activities, and shows.

Kidsplay regular hours are Wednesday through Sunday from 10 to 4.  They are closed on Monday and Tuesday.

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 TORRINGTON LIBRARY – please contact the library to register for programs – www.torringtonlibrary.org.

                A Reminder – the library community and meeting rooms may be rented by organizations or individuals.  More information on suggested donations as well as schedule an event may be obtained by calling the library.

Tuesdays at Two for seniors resumed in September.

Coffee Break – all ages – Thursday mornings at 10  – toys for kids to play with while adults enjoy coffee and pastry – pastries provided first week, asking for volunteers for future gatherings.

Lunch Break – ages 3 to 5 – Thursdays – continuous walk-in event, no registration – will include storytime, movement and games, books and coloring pages.

Litchfield County Chess Club – meets Thursdays at the library – 5:30 to 7:45 – bring own boards or use those in library.

Special 2018 preview of upcoming events at the library!

Tuesdays at 2 p.m. will debut a PBS Film series – with a new series featured each month.  The first program is on January 9 and will feature “The Race Underground”…a documentary focusing on the transformation from horse-drawn trolley to the new and more efficient form of underground transportation.  Check the library website for the full schedule.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Enrichment Classes through the Foothills Adult and Continuing Education program of EdAdvance of Litchfield for persons 18 and over are taking place at the Torrington High School.  There is still time to register for the winter schedule.  Classes include American Sign Language, Ukulele, Yoga, Meditation, Rain Gardens, Working with Google, Financial Strategies for Retirement, Cribbage, Sustainable gardens, and much more.  Contact 800-300-4781 for more information and a complete list of classes and times.

UNICO is accepting applications for community projects through January 31, 2018.  Funds are made available to both non-profit and public agencies.  Please contact John Ciesco at ciesco@optonline.net.

OVERNIGHT PARKING BAN – Effective November 1 through March 31, 2018, all parking on city streets in Torrington is banned.  Any vehicle parked for more than an hour during this time period will be fined $20 for each time they are in violation.  During a storm vehicles may be towed at owner expense if the owner is not available to move it.  This ban is a safety measure for motorists and emergency vehicles, improving the efficiency of plowing and clearing over 40 square miles of city streets.

Torrington Teen Center is now open for middle and high school students.  Located in the Recreation Hall on E. Albert Street, students are invited to join friends and enjoy playing pool, ping pong, video games, listen to music or watch tv, or just hang out.  Snacks are provided.  Supervision is by the Teen Center Staff.  Hours are 2:30 to 8 on Monday, 2:30 to 7:30 on Tuesday, and 2:30 to 8 on Thursdays.

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WARNER THEATRE

 

February 18, 2008 – KidsPlay Family Fun Fair from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Main Stage Lobby

February 24 – Met Opera – Puccini’s “La Boheme”

February 26- 9:45 a.m. – James and The Giant Peach – Warner Center for the Arts

March 4 – Shopkins Live! – 1 p.m.

March 10 – Met Opera – Rossini’s “Semiramide”

March 10 – 18 – Nancy Marine – The Irish….and How They Got That Way – Warner Stage Company

March 15 – Thursday – 8 p.m. – Scott McCreery, award-winning country artist

March 22 -9:45 a.m. – The Lightning Thief – 9:45 a.m. Warner Center for the Arts

March 24 – Nutmeg’s Impact!  7 p.m.   March 25, 2 p.m.

March 31 – Mozart’s “Cosi Fan Tutte”

April 5 – 9:45 a.m. – Clementine – Warner Center for the Arts

April 14 – Verdi’s “Luisa Miller”

April 21 – The Capitol Steps – “Orange is the new Barack” – unique blend of musical and political satire.

April 28 – Massenet’s “Cendrillon”

May 5 – 13 – Main Stage – The Full Monty – Warner Stage Company

May 17 – 9:45 a.m. – Charlotte’s Web – Warner Center for the Arts

June 16 – 24 – Spring Awakening

July 28 – August 5 – Disney’s The Little Mermaid – Warner Stage Company

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Annual Easter Egg Hunt for children in kindergarten through 3rd grade – March 24 at 11 a.m.  Children must bring baskets and be at the site no later than 10:45.

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OLIVER WOLCOTT LIBRARY    2/20

At Litchfield’s Oliver Wolcott Library, Tuesday, February 20th, American Airpower: Bombers of WWII with John Cilio.

To register or more information, owlibrary.org

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OLIVER WOLCOTT LIBRARY   2/28

At Litchfield’s Oliver Wolcott Library, Wednesday, February 28th, Abigail Adams: Live Multi-Media Performance.

To register or for more information, owlibrary.org

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Friendly Hands Food Bank is seeking people to join their Board of Directors.  If interested, please contact Maureen “Mo” Hubert at 860-482-3338, Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. or stop by the Friendly Hands Food Bank on 50 King Street in Torrington    

______________________________________________________________________          OPERATION FUELhas begun the winter energy assistance program.   This is the 40th year providing emergency energy assistance to lower and moderate income working families and individuals, the elderly and disabled who are in financial crisis.  Applications are being accepted.  If you know of anyone who could use some help including yourself, please contact Operation Fuel at www.operationfuel.org.

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CHH AUXILIARY  is offering ten $1000 scholarships to local students pursuing an education in the healthcare field.  In addition, two additional $1000 scholarships are being offered by the Doctor Alfred Fabro Award and the Doctor Joseph Curi Award.  Applicants must be planning to matriculate at a college or institution of higher learning before applying.  They must reside in the region served by Charlotte Hungerford Hospital and the scholarships are not available for CHH employees due to their access to the separate Employee Tuition Reimbursement Program.  Applications are available through high school guidance counselors and must be postmarked no later than March 14.  Notifications to winners will be made in May.

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 ATTENTION ARTISTS!  The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is inviting artists to enter their work focusing on waterfowl in the CT annual Migratory Bird Conservation (DUCK) Stamp Art Contest. DEEP continues to encourage local artists to submit entries.  The winner will be featured on the 2019 Connecticut Migratory Bird Conservation Stamp.  Sale of duck stamps generate funds for wetland conservation efforts. Entries may be submitted in person or postmarked on or before April 15 to be eligible.  Send to Migratory Game Bird Program, 391 Route 32, North Franklin, CT 06254.  Call DEEP Wildlife Division office at 860-418-5952 for more information.

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Feb. 18 – 4th annual KidsPlay Family Fun Fair at the Warner Theatre – from 11 to 4 – featuring exhibits, activities, and shows.

Kidsplay regular hours are Wednesday through Sunday from 10 to 4.  They are closed on Monday and Tuesday.   

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KIDSPLAY CHILDREN’S MUSEUM is offering parenting resources including Early Potty Training; Baby Minds and brain-building games for  your baby; Baby Sign Language Basics; The Parent’s Guide to Speech and Language Problems; and more.   Contact KidsPlay at 860-800-3353 for more information.  This is part of the Community Family Learning Center Resource Library at KidsPlay.

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VOLUNTEER BOOK SORTERS NEEDED!   Beginning in January, the library is seeking volunteers to sign up for time slots on Mondays to help sort books.  The bonus is that if you find a book you like, you may keep it!

Other planned events:

                Library Read-In Saturdays on January 13 and February 17 from 11 to 1.  The small meeting room will be open to adults only for this drop in program.  Coffee and hot chocolate will be available. The larger community room will be designated for children and teens who may read or play games that are available.

                School Vacation Fun Days are scheduled for January 13 and February 19 from 11 to 4 – Drop in and play games, do crafts, and more.

                Amnesty Week is April 8 through 14.  Overdue materials may be dropped off without fines.

                Spring Fling Book Sale – the Community Room will be set up as a bookstore.  Preview is April 12 from 5 to 7 with a $5 charge.  The book sale will be open to the public on April 13 and 14 from 11 to 3.

              Torrington Parks and Recreation While the fall/winter brochure is now available online at the city website with a number of events, there are some changes that are not in the printed brochure.  Due to budget constraints, some events have had to be cancelled.  Please contact Parks and Recreation to verify that an event is taking place.  There are many classes and programs as well as special events listed.

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MEN’s MARCH      5/19

The international Men’s March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault and Gender

Violence takes place Sunday, May 20th on the Litchfield Green.

For more information, sbaproject.org

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DOMESTIC VILOENCE HOTLINE 

Torrington’s Susan B. Anthony Project provides crisis and support services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. All services are confidential, free, and are available 24/7.

You can reach their Crisis Line at 860-482-7133.

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SEXUAL ASSAULT

If you are 13 years of age or older and a victim of a sexual assault that happened in the last 5 days, the Office of Victim Services can help. Their SAFE Program Program has compassionate, specially trained nurses who respond to participating healthcare facilities for victims of sexual assault.  The SAFE nurses do forensic exams to look for injury, collect evidence from the assault, provide for the care of sexually transmitted infections and prevention of pregnancy, and provide referrals for follow-up care.  For more information 800-822-8428.

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Victims Rights 

Crime victims have rights under the Connecticut Constitution, including the right to be heard, the right to be informed, the right to be reasonably protected from the person who hurt you, and the right to request that the offender pay for your crime related expenses. For more information about these rights and other rights of crime victims, the Office of Victim Services is available at 1-800-822-8428.

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Victim Compensation

 If you have been physically injured or lost a loved one because of a violent crime, the Office of Victim Services’ Compensation Program may be able to help pay for certain out-of-pocket expenses not covered by insurance. For more information, 888-286-7347

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LINKEDIN WORKSHOP      2/19

At NW Community College, Tuesday, February 20th,“Enhancing your Social Media Brand with Linkedin”

In this workshop, you will to learn to create a compelling profile of your capabilities and accomplishments and grow your business’s professional network. For more information, (860) 738-6300.

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HEALTHCARE SCHOLARSHIPS    3/14

The Charlotte Hungerford Hospital Auxiliary is offering ten $1000 scholarships to local students pursuing an education in the healthcare field.  Applicants must be planning to matriculate at a college or institution of higher learning before applying and must reside in the region served by Charlotte Hungerford Hospital. Applications are available through high school guidance counselors and must be postmarked no later than March 14.

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DRAKEVILLE FD EVENT   4/6

The Drakeville Volunteer Fire Department is hosting their Spring Crop on Saturday, April 7th  from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM at First Congregational Church. The event allows craft enthusiasts to work for 12 hours uninterrupted. Registration includes a space for crafting as well as meals and snacks throughout the day. There will be raffle prizes and onsite craft vendors. All proceeds will benefit the Department’s General Fund. For more information:  860-806-1504.

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QUESTIONABLE QUILTS    3/7

The Litchfield Historical Society invites you to learn about the history of quilts as you cut, sort, and assemble your own design and practice sewing skills. Thursday, March 8:

For more information litchfieldhistoricalsociety.org.

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FAMILY FUN FAIR       2/17

The annual Family Fun Fair sponsored by the Warner Theatre and KidsPlay Children’s  Museum takes place Sunday, February 18  Families can explore exhibits, engage in creative activities, attend high-quality shows, and learn about our community’s family-oriented organizations and resources. kidsplaymuseum.org for more information.

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MAKING ECO JEWELRY     2/23

The Scoville Library invites you to Make Eco Jewelry, presented by Green Art Workshop co founder, Susan Smith.  Saturday, February 24th

Discover how to upcycle paper, metal, natural objects, and de-shelved library books into one-of-a-kind decor and wearable art! Play with your favorite eco-friendly materials and design earrings, a pendant, necklace, or adorn existing accessories.

For more information, scovillelibrary.org

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WHITE MEMORIAL KIDS FREE WEEK    2/21

Courtesy of The Laurel Ridge Foundation the White Memorial Conservation Center in Litchfield is offering free admission to children twelve and under when accompanied by an adult the week of February 16th through 22nd.

For more information, whitememorialcc.org

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WRITING AND ART              2/16

Litchfield’s White Memorial Conservation Center invites you to join them for an afternoon of writing and art! Saturday, February 17th.

Explore the fascinating form of the Pantoum, a patterned poem with repeating lines. The structure is both intriguing and revealing. Using creative watercolor techniques with some surprising twists, students will create a unique piece of art which incorporates both the pen and the brush. The pantoum will be created via a step-by-step method that makes it accessible to all levels, including beginner writers.

To register, or for more information, whitememorialcc.org

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ANIMAL RESCUE FUND DRIVE    2/23

Kitty Quarters’ non-profit animal rescue in Torrington is collecting clean, refundable cans and bottles in cooperation with the Torringford Volunteer Fire Department. Saturday, February 24th.. . Come on out, warm up, and help a great cause.

Kitty Quarters is an all-cat, all-volunteer, no-kill, non-profit, animal shelter and education center coming soon to 1188 New Litchfield St. Torrington.

For information, 860-482-2888

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VENETA SCHOLARSHIP    4/5

The 8th annual Veneta Ladies Bunco for Scholarships will take place Friday, April 6th at the Veneta Society, 108 Central Ave in Torrington.

Play a hilarious dice rolling game and help raise money to award scholarships to local area high school seniors. There will be a penny auction too! Snacks, desserts and beverages provided along with a cash bar.

Registration requried.  For more information, 860-294-1423.

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LIFE GUARD CLASSES      3/10

The Torrington and Winsted YMCA’s will be offering a series of life-guarding classes where you can become a certified life guard,

get re-certified, or obtain your CPR/First Aid certification.

To register, or for more information, nwcty.org

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ARTS WORKSHOP       2/28

The Torrington Library invites you to join Judith Bird as she offers an Expressive Arts Workshop that combines art and meditation!

Judith uses collage with images, hand made papers, and paint to make personal pieces

of artwork, cards, bookmarks, etc. No previous experience is necessary as this method encourages working creatively with the  present moment and whatever naturally emerges.

Thursday, March 1st at 6:30.

To register, or more information, torringtonlibrary.org.

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CELTIC HARP MUSICAL   3/7

The Torrington Library invites you to a Celtic Harp Musical Presentation.  Join Debbie Vinick as she plays a variety of Irish music and traditional songs.

Debbie will play on two harps; a large pedal harp and smaller Irish harp.

Thursday, March 8th at 6:30

To register, or more information, torringtonlibrary.org.

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BUSY BABIES WALK IN     2/28

Mondays and Tuesdays at 10:30 at the Torrington Library, a Walk in Program, Busy Babies, for ages birth to 11months.

This is a lap sit program with the babies caregiver and includes finger plays, music and movement, and playing with instruments!

There will be a story and  play time at the end

For more information, torringtonlibrary.org

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WIGGLES/GIGGLES     2/28

Mondays and Tuesdays at 11:30 at the Torrington Library, Wiggles and Giggles, a walk in weekly story time for ages 1 to 3 years.

They’ll do fun songs that get you up and moving!  And there will be musical instruments, running, galloping, stories and also be some time for playing!

For more information, torringtonlibrary.org

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TEEN TRIVIA       2/27

The Torrington Library next Teen Trivia event takes place Wednesday, February 28th.

The library invites you and a group of 3 to 4 friends to join them for trivia questions, root beer  floats, and prizes to the  winning team!

To register, or for more information, torringtonlibrary.org

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READING OLYMPICS    2/21

The Torrington Library has announced their first-ever Winter Reading Olympics and Book & Trivia Challenge!

This is a take-home book and trivia based challenge taking place during the entire month of February!

There are five “Olympic games” worth 20 points each. Try and complete each game to earn 100 points. Olympians who earn 80 points or higher will be entered into a drawing to win a gold medal prize!

Any Olympian who earns 20 points or higher will receive a “I Love to Read” Bracelet!

To download a log or for more information, torringtonlibrary.org

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BLOOD DRIVES

  • Thursday, February 22nd at Northwestern Connecticut Community College.
  • Friday, March 9th at Charlotte Hungerford Hospital.
  • Monday, March 12 at Our Savior Lutheran Church in Thomaston.
  • Tuesday, March 13 at the South End Volunteer Fire station in New Hartford.
  • Friday, March 16 at the Goshen Fire Department from 1 to 6pm.

For more information, redcrossblood.org

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GULF WAR DAY OBSERVANCE     2/27

The Torrington Veterans Support Committee invites you to join them in their Gulf War Veterans Day Observance on Wednesday February 28th.

The ceremony will be held, rain or shine, at Torrington’s Coe Park and will begin at 12:30pm.  In case of inclement weather the ceremony will be held inside the Coe Park Civic Center.

For more information, 860-489-2531

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FILM      2/21

The Torrington Library invites you to bring your dinner and enjoy the film “Goodbye Christopher Robin” with them on Thursday, February 22nd.

To register or for more information, torringtonlibrary.org.

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LIBRARY EVENT         2/14

 The Torrington Library invites you to

“Her Words Changed the World”.

Discover how Harriet Beecher Stowe was inspired to write Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Connect the past to the present and consider how you can take action on an issue, just as Stowe did.

Thursday, February 15th.

To register or for more information, torringtonlibrary.org.

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FAMILY LEAVE CAMPAIGN  3/1

The Torrington Library invites you to Join the Campaign for Paid Family Leave for a sneak peek screening and discussion of “ZERO WEEKS”, the first documentary to explore and make the case for paid family and medical leave for every American worker.

ZERO WEEKS weaves together the powerful stories of workers forced to choose between their job and beating cancer, welcoming a baby, and caring for an ill parent. There will be an interactive discussion after the film that digs deeper into the movement for paid family and medical leave here in Connecticut and how you can make your voice heard.

To register or for more information, torringtonlibrary.org

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VENETA SCHOLARSHIP        4/5

The 8th annual Veneta Ladies Bunco for Scholarships will take place Friday, April 6th at the Veneta Society, 108 Central Ave in Torrington.

Play a hilarious dice rolling game and help raise money to award scholarships to local area high school seniors. There will be a penny auction too! Snacks, desserts and beverages provided along with a cash bar.

Registration required.  For more information, 860-294-1423.

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QUILT/NEEDLE ART SHOW    4/28

The Winchester Center Congregational Church’s 11th annual Quilt and Needle Art Show takes place April 28the and 29th featuring vendors, a Quilts of Valor display, a raffle and much more. There is an admission fee.

For more information, 860-379-2184.

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EXHIBITORS WANTED     4/28

The Winchester Center Congregational Church us seeking exhibitors for their 11th annual Quilt and Needle Art Show, April 28th/29th. For more information or for an entry form, 860-379-2184.

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COFFEE HOUSE CONCERT  3/9

Winsted’s Steam Vent Coffee House kicks off it’s spring season on March 10th at First Church of Winsted, 95 North Main Street, Winsted from 6 until 10 PM.

Featured Performers include:

The Axe Factory – Mark Moriarty, Bill Morrell, Paula Ryan , Blue Yonder, Tom Sheeley and Dave Kenna.

Their open mic is from 6 until 6:30 PM, with sign up the night of the event.  The non profit Steam Vent Cafe serves light dinners and donations also accepted toward children’s missions.

For more information or to sign up, 860-482-3491.

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SAT IN THE PARK         6/3

Arts, Culture, Torrington will be presenting the now annual Saturday in the Park event on June 3 beginning at 10 a.m.  Taking place at Coe Memorial Park, the event includes an Arts and Crafts Fair, live music, food and beverages as well as an appearance of the Market Place Express train with rides around the park.  For vendor applications or for more information contact: actcommission@gmail.com.

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NW KIDS ROCK CONTEST   2/23

Torrington Parks and Recreation is now accepting registrations for the 2018 Northwest Kid Rock Contest.  This contest is open to youth ages 8 to 14 from Torrington and surrounding towns.  Past winners are not eligible to participate.  Application forms are available at the Torrington Library Parks and Recreation office or under Parks and Recreation on www.torringtonct.org.  Registration is due by February 23.

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KIDSPLAY MUSEUM       3/1

Torrington’s Kidsplay museum has joined a signature program designed to encourage families of all backgrounds to visit museums regularly.  This program allows low-income families to visit for a minimal fee of $2 per person with the presentation of a SNAP card.  Families may also visit any museum participating in this program for a minimal fee.

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FREE SENIOR TAX HELP     4/11

Seniors can get free assistance with their tax returns on Wednesday afternoons from February 7 to April 11 at Torrington’s Sullivan Senior Center.  For more informatin, (860) 489-2211.

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COOKING CLASSES            5/1

Free monthly cooking classes with dietician Elizabeth Caruthers include demonstrations, recipe tastings, and nutritional advice at Torrington’s Sullivan Senior Center on the 4th Monday of each month.  To register, or for more information,  (860) 489-2211.

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SMART DRIVER COURSE       3/5

Torrington’s Sullivan Senior Center is offering the AARP Smart Driver 4-hour driving course on March 6th. Available to people age 50 and over….completion provides a certificate that entitles students to a discount on auto insurance.  There is a cost for this course.  To register, or for more information,  (860) 489-2211.

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BIRDING FIELD TRIP         2/23

Audubon Sharon’s Environmental Educator Zach Adams will be presenting a guided coastal birding field trip to some great spots on the Connecticut shoreline on Saturday, February 24th. This trip will be departing from the Sharon Audubon Center, located at 325 Cornwall Bridge Road in Sharon, CT, at 8:30am and returning by approximately 2:00pm, depending on traffic. Bring binoculars, a scope (if you have one),  lunch, water, and appropriate clothes and footwear for the weather.

To register, or for more information, 860-364-0520 x 108.

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BOLLYWOOD DANCE CLASS      3/5

Bolly X, a Bollywood inspired dance-fitness program that combines dynamic choreography with the hottest music from around the world is coming to Torrington.  It is a 50 minute workout that cycles between higher and lower intensity dance sequences to get you moving and motivated.  We embody the infectious energy, expression and movement of Bollywood.

Held at Torrington High School, Bolly X starts March 6 and runs for 6 weeks on Tuesday nights.

There is a nominal fee for this program which is being offered by Foothills Adult & Continuing Education, a program of EdAdvance. To register, or for more information:  800.300.4781

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PERSONAL & CAREER WORKSHOP   3/6

Following Your Dream, a personal and career workshop coming to Winsted, March 6th.  This one evening class uses the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator for personal and career planning to help participants develop and reach their life goals.

There is a nominal fee for this class which will be held at Northwestern Regional HS, Winsted, thru Foothills Adult & Continuing Education, a program of EdAdvance.

To register, or for more information:  800.300.4781

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DRAWING CLASSES              2/26 

Learn the techniques of drawing a variety of subject matter using charcoal and chalk pastels in a 4 part workshop in Litchfield starting on February 27th.

Topics include the basics of drawing, use of charcoal/chalk pastel medium, techniques of drawing, and analyzing subject matter.

The instructor will call students with a supply list prior to the first class.

Held at EdAdvance, Litchfield and made available thru Foothills Adult & Continuing Education.

To register, or for more information:  800.300.4781

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