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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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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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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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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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CRAFT NIGHT FOR TWEENS          4/18

The Torrington Library invites you to a Spring Break Week Event:

A Craft Night for Tweens ages 6 through 10.

Wednesday, April 18th at 6:00pm

Make fun crafts to keep or give to a special woman in your life as a  Mother’s Day gift!

To register or for more information, torringtonlibrary.org

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UNO TURNAMENT                4/19

The Torrington Library invites you to a Spring Break Week Event:

An UNO TOURNAMENT for ages 6 to teens.

Thursday, April 19th from 4:30-6:30

To register or for more information, torringtonlibrary.org

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SCOUTING            5/1

Torrington Scout Troop 4 invites you to learn survival skills, digital technolog, learn how to make knots, explore and much more while having fun.

Tuesdays from 7 tp 8:30pm at the First United Methodist Church, 21 Fern Drive, Torrington.

For more information, boles@optonline.net

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DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP              6/1

The area Diabetes Support Group meets monthly on the last Tuesday of each  month from 4:30 to 5:30 pm at the Community Health and Wellness Center, 469 Migeon Ave, Torrington.

Learn about diabetes and how to manage it. Meet others with diabetes and share insights about self-care and be inspired by a supportive community of people living with diabetes.

For more information, or to find out about their Winsted area meetings, 860-489-0931 x167.

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CRAFT NIGHT FOR TWEENS              4/18

The Torrington Library invites you to a Spring Break Week Event:

A Craft Night for Tweens ages 6 through 10.

Wednesday, April 18th at 6:00pm

Make fun crafts to keep or give to a special woman in your life as a Mother’s Day gift!

To register or for more information, torringtonlibrary.org

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UNO TURNAMENT             4/19

The Torrington Library invites you to a Spring Break Week Event:

An UNO TOURNAMENT for ages 6 to teens.

Thursday, April 19th from 4:30-6:30

To register or for more information, torringtonlibrary.org

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OPEN ENROLLMENT           4/15

St. Peter/St. Francis School is accepting enrollments,

K thru Junior High, for the 2018/2019 school year,

through April 15th. St. Peter/St. Francis  students consistently perform well on the IOWA Assessment Testing, the classrooms  are equipped with Smart Boards and each student utilizes a Chrome Book. Extra-curricular activities include boys and  girls basketball, cheerleading, student council, student newspaper, band, art and drama.  Cost is not an issue since tuition assistance is

readily available. For more information: spsfschool.net

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ATHLETIC SHOE COLLECTION            4/30

Your local Y collects your old, gently worn athletic shoes.

The donations are for the MORE Foundation, which recycles the shoes –  keeping them out of landfills – with a goal of reducing the world’s carbon footprint. All you have to do is drop them off in the box in the main

lobby next to the Membership Services Desk.

For more information: morefoundationgroup.org.

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FOOD  BANK IN URGENT NEED                      5/15

Torrington’s Friendly Hands Food Bank has a desperate need to restock pantry shelves with perishable and non-perishable foods.  Items needed include soups, canned vegetables, mac and cheese, tuna, peanut butter and jelly, spaghetti sauce and pasta.

For more information: 860-482-3338

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JAZZ CAMP EVENT & AUCTION

The Litchfield Jazz Festival & Camp Spring Spiritis is an evening of live jazz, award-winning Spirits, delicious hors d’oeuvres, and an exciting auction.. Proceeds benefit the Litchfield Jazz Camp at its new home, The Gunnery, in Washington, CT.

The evening begins at 7pm with music by renowned saxophonist Albert Rivera & Friends which is followed by the Live Auction featuring lovely jewelry, dinners, guided tours, theater tickets and much more.

Litchfield Jazz Camp, now in its 22nd year serves 350-residential and day students during the month of July.

For tickets or for more information: 860-361-6285.

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WALKING TOUR                            4/14

The Litchfield Historical Society invites you to join them

for Saturday morning walking tours exploring new themes and areas of the town.

Walking tours last about an hour, be sure to wear comfortable shoes and bring a bottle of water. Tours begin at the Litchfield History Museum at 10 a.m.

The next walking tour is Saturday, April 14 and you’ll tour around the sites pertinent to the Litchfield Female Academy.

To register, or for more information, litchfieldhistoricalsociety.org

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WALKING TOUR                          5/5

The Litchfield Historical Society invites you to join them

for Saturday morning walking tours exploring new themes and areas of the town.

Walking tours last about an hour, be sure to wear comfortable shoes and bring a bottle of water. Tours begin at the Litchfield History Museum at 10 a.m.

The next walking tour is Saturday, May 5: Architecture-Homes and Histories.   Learn how the history and stories of old Litchfield are preserved in the architecture of the town.  The walk will cover North and South Streets.

To register, or for more information, litchfieldhistoricalsociety.org

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WALKING TOUR                     5/26

The Litchfield Historical Society invites you to join them

for Saturday morning walking tours exploring new themes and areas of the town.

Walking tours last about an hour, be sure to wear comfortable shoes and bring a bottle of water. Tours begin at the Litchfield History Museum at 10 a.m.

The next walking tour is Saturday, May 26 and you’ll explore some of the sites related to the famous Beecher family, residents of Litchfield from 1810 to 1826.

Visiting locations all over the center of town, such as the Congregational Church and the site of their home, participants will get to see the town through their experiences and words.

To register, or for more information, litchfieldhistoricalsociety.org

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ANNOUNCEMENTS:

FOOD BANK AT FRIENDLY HANDS – there is a desperate need to restock pantry shelves with perishable and non-perishable foods.  Items needed include soups, canned vegetables, mac and cheese, tuna, peanut butter and jelly, spaghetti sauce and pasta.  Hours are 9 to 4 Monday thru Thursday…call 860-482-3338 for info.

JOBS:  The American Job Center at 59 Field Street hosts many workshops for those seeking employment and assistance. Resource room provides Internet access and help with filing online applications.  Often there are lists of available jobs posted there as well.


The Torrington Area Veterans are seeking nominations for marshals for the Memorial Day parade and ceremony.  Your nominee’s name, address and contact info, their branch of service, rank and years served should be sent to the Torrington Veteran’s Support Committee, Honorary Parade Marshal 2018, 140 Main Street, Torrington, CT 06790.  Nominees must have proof of discharge.  Once chosen, the nominee or a family member should prepare a brief biography for the Memorial Day publication.

SCHOLARSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT BY TORRINGTON SAVINGS BANK…..two seniors planning to go on to continuing education will be awarded $10,000 scholarships….$2500 per year up to 4 years.  They must have parents, guardians or grandparents who are customers of TSB.  They must complete an application, provide letters of reference from a teacher or academic advisor and from the parent or guardian; official HS transcript, college acceptance letter, and complete an essay entitled “Why I Should Be a TSP Scholarship Recipient.”  Deadline is May 1.

 

 

COMING SOON –

Five Points Gallery – all three galleries will host a new show opening April 12 through May 19 – “Presence” Encounters With Figure” – curated by Ann Finholt, featuring works by Lexa Axon, Charles Cajori, Helen Cantrell, Barbara Grossman, Catherine Kehoe, Ken Kewley, and Larry Morelli.  Opening reception is Friday, April 13 from 6 to 8:30 p.m.  There will be an artist panel discussion on Friday, May 4 at 6 p.m.  The gallery is free and open to the public on Thursday through Monday from 1 to 5 p.m.

Tag Sale & Craft Fair at the Sullivan Senior Center – April 14 – rent a table for tag sale or crafts – $15 for seniors, $20 if under 60 – call to reserve a table.

Torrington Library programs: April 10 – Tuesdays at Two will feature the PBS documentary, “The Talk: Race in America”.  This documents the increasingly frequent conversation that has to take place in homes and communities between parents of color and their children.  The film will run from 2 to 4 p.m.

                April 19 – White Memorial Conservation Center will visit the Torrington Library with live animals at 11 a.m. for children ages 3 to 14.

Saturday, April 21 – Workman Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church at 60 Brightwood Avenue is hosting an event to empower women from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Topics to be discussed include women’s leadership, overcoming domestic violence, coping with a family member who is incarcerated, and basic life skills.  Register ahead by calling 860-489-3287.  There is a $10 admission fee for adults, $5 for children ages 7 to 12.  Refreshments will be served.

               

SAFE BOATING COURSE – Torrington Parks and Recreation is sponsoring a Safe Boating/Personal Watercraft Certification Course on April 10, 12 and 17 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Coe Memorial Park Civic Center.  The course, open to everyone age 12 and older, is $25 and at all three sessions is required.  The course will be given by CT DEEP.  Certification allows the individual to operate any recreational vessel including personal watercraft , Jet ski-type vessels, on CT waterways.  Upon successful completion, participants will need to purchase the Safe Boating/Personal Watercraft certificates through CT DEEP for an additional $50.  All participants are required to have a State of CT Conservation ID number.  For information call 860-489-2274.

April 14 – Family Movie Night at the Warner – $5 general admission…The Sandlot, rated PG – about a young boy whose family moves to a new town and he wants to play baseball. 8 p.m.

April 20 – The Warner Theatre is hosting a workshop on OSHA compliance…what your business needs to know to be in compliance…presented by NWCT Community College – 8 a.m.  Contact box office.

APRIL 24 – SCRAPBOOKING DAY – The First United Methodist Church, located at 21 Fern Drive, will host an all day scrapbooking event from 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.  $40 fee includes lunch, dinner, snacks, dessert, prizes and a make and take.  Need to sign up for a spot.  Contact Nancy at 860-482-4924 to register.

April 24 – Northwest CT Community College is hosting a Job Fair featuring 20 employers from 11 to 1 in the multipurpose room at Greenwoods Hall at 119 Main Street in Winsted.  Any prospective job seeker is invited to attend.  Attendees are encouraged to dress to impress and bring several copies of their resume.  All who attend whill be entered into a raffle for a $75 Stop and Shop gift card.

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

NEW GLOBAL MUSIC EVENT – Make Music NWCT has announced participation in this global outdoor series of musical events as part of the Make Music Connecticut and Make Music Day on June 21.  The summer solstice will bring together people of all ages and skill levels to make music.  It is expected to be the largest global music event to date.  All genres including classical and folk to hip hop, punk rock, Latin jazz and more.  Events will be taking place on sidewalks, in parks and on porches, sidewalks, plazas, and all manner of public places.  This is the first time CT has taken part.  NWCT Arts Council executive Director Amy Wynn is hoping to start off strong with people of all ages singing and performing music throughout the northwest hills.  Any musician, amateur or professional, young or old is invited to sign up at MakeMusicDay.org/NWCT or can find participating communities at MakeMusicCT.org.  Businesses, places of worship and other institutions who wish to offer their spaces should also visit the site. Registration closes May 21.

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.

 

ATTENTION, VENDORS:  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.  Vendor applications are available at http://coepark.eventbrite.com.  For more information, email actcommission@gmail.com.

  

STUDIO 59 – 59 Barber Street, Torrington – It is with some sadness that Timothy Alexandre Wallace “Tim” has announced the final 3 concerts before this wonderful venue closes for good.  Tim would like to extend his deepest gratitude to all of the friends, patrons, singer-songwriters and performers as well as many volunteers who have helped in so many ways to make Studio 59 a unique and loved venue.  The final 3 concerts are:

                Sat., April 14 – 8 p.m. –  Artists from Newman Arts,  Ignacy Gaydamvich on cello and Cihan Yucel on piano, with the music of Mozart, Franck, Stravinski, and Rachmanioff.   They will also accept audience requests.

                Sat., April 28 – 8 p.m. – TAW and Friends – featuring Tim with A. J. Avallone and Katie Kat.

FREE DENTAL CLINIC – April 20 and 21 at Torrington High School.  Doors will open at 8 p.m. and will run until capacity is reached.  Patients treated on first-come/first-served basis.  Donations are welcome to defray the cost of this clinic.   To contribute or to volunteer, please call 860-863-5940 or go to www.ctmom.org.

TORRINGTON AREA YOUTH SERVICE BUREAU is seeking nominations for outstanding young volunteers who give back to the community.  Nominations forms can be found at taysb.org.   Please contact Brooke Fairbanks, assistant director of the bureau for additional information at 860-496-0356.  Recognition will be given to the young volunteers as part of a ceremony at 4 p.m. on April 21 at Coe Memorial Park Civic Center.

 

WHITE MEMORIAL CONSERVATION CENTER PROGRAMS:

                Registration information: Call 860-567-0857 or www.whitememorialcc.org.       

 

 

WALK A MILE IN HER SHOES – Participation in the international men’s march is scheduled for Sunday, May 20 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. on the Litchfield Green.  The walk is where men and boys lead the way on the road to end sexual and domestic violence.  It is kid friendly and open to the public.  All are invited to take part as walker, volunteers, sponsors or attendees.  For more information call Gina Devaux, Director of Development at 860-489-3798.

 

2018 OPEN YOUR EYES STUDIO TOUR, sponsored by the Northwest CT Arts Council, is calling for artists and artisans in Goshen, Cornwall, and Warren to participate in the 9th annual Open Your Eyes Studio Tour weekend, June 30 and July 1.  Participating artists and artisans will open their studios and creative spaces to show their processes and work to the public.  Past events have drawn visitors from 14 states with many visitors returning annually.  To register or for more information call 860-618-0075 or go to alexis@artsnwct.org.

Apr. 28 and 29 – 11th annual Quilt and Needle Show at the Winchester Center Congregational Church – quilt and needle art show, vendors, Quilts of Valor display, raffles and more.   Exhibitors are asked to call 860-379-2184.

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.                         

                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.

                WOWBRARY – Check the library website and arrange to receive email with the weekly updates of new books, movies and music at the library.  Be in the know!

                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.  Membership is free and one can just show up to play.  Adults, teens and older children who are accompanied by adults are welcome.     

                Other planned events:

                3-Part Writing Workshop – April 12 & 24, and May 17 – bring laptop, paper and pencil, any work you may be working on.

                April 19 – Mind Reading with Keith Zalinger – 6:30 to 7:30

                April 26 – BYOD – “Wonder” – 6 p.m.

                May 3 – Early CT Mills – 6:30 to 7:30 – with Kevin Cole  

                May 8 – the Tuesday at Two program from 2 to 4 pm. will feature the PBS documentary, The Mine Wars.  This documents the early 20th century when men were working from 10 to 12 hours a day underground at mines in southern West Virginia.  It became a bloody war as they struggled to obtain basic constitutional rights and freedoms that were being denied.

                Attention age 6 through teens!   A UNO Tournament has been scheduled for Thursday, April 19 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.  There will be snacks and juice…..there will be a separate area for teens.

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

                April 18 – 6 p.m. – Craft Night For Tweens – ages 6 through 10

                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.

 

 KIDSPLAY– MUSEUMS FOR ALL – The local children’s 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.

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.

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

April 16 to 20 – open each day for Spring Break with special guests, activities, story times, crafts and more.  Themes are Music Monday, Tasty Tuesday, Work Together Wednesday, Artsy Thursday, and Family Friday

 

SULLIVAN SENIOR CENTER ACTIVITIES: 860-489-2580

                 

Free monthly cooking classes with dietician Elizabeth Caruthers include demonstrations, recipe tastings, and nutritional advice.  4th Monday of each month, (Mar. 26 – Apr. 23) from 3 to 4 p.m. Registration is required.

                AARP Smart Driver 4-hour driving course – May 3, June 7, July 12, Sept. 6 and Nov. 1.  Available to people age 50 and over….completion provides a certificate that entitles students to a discount on auto insurance.  Cost is $15 for members, $20 for non-members.  Registration is required.

                Fundraising campaign underway for new flagpoles at the Sullivan Senior Center and the Bowman Community Gardens.  Also planned are picnic tables and benches for both locations.  Partnering with Oliver Wolcott Technical High School, students are building a new pavilion for the Bowman Community Gardens on Mountain Road.  Donations may be made to the SSC Outdoor Project Fund.

                Bowman Community Garden – all interested in gardening and wishing to be involved in this project may contact Joel Sekorski at 860-489-2211 to reserve your raised garden bed.  Master Gardeners will be back offering classes soon.

                BINGO SATURDAYS –     

                The Sons of Italy on Center Street in Torrington hosts bingo games every Saturday from 5 to 9:30 p.m.  Doors open at 4 p.m. Games begin at 6 p.m.

 

SAFE BOATING CERTIFICATION CLASSES – presented by Torrington Parks and Recreation on April 10, 12 and 17 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Coe Memorial Park Civic Center.  Fee is $25 per person and available for people age 12 and up.  Mandatory attendance at all 3 sessions.  For additional information call 860-489-2274

 

 

 

 

WARNER THEATRE

 

April 14 – Verdi’s “Luisa Miller”

April 21 – The Capitol Steps – “Orange is the new Barack” – unique blend of musical and political satire – special appearances by Hillary, Jeff Sessions, Rex Tillerson, Kim Jong Un and Pope Francis.

April 28 – Massenet’s “Cendrillon”

May 5 and 6 – Cinderella in the Nancy Marine – 2 and 7 p.m. on Saturday, 2 p.m. on Sunday

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

May 15 – The Lightning Thief – program is intended for school groups only.

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

May 18 –Grand Illusion 40th anniversary tour -8 p.m featuring Dennis DeYoung, founder of STYX.

May 19 – 20th anniversary gala – celebrating the past, planning for the future – Warner Theatre -6:30

June 16 – 24 – Spring Awakening

June 28 – Boz Scraggs – 8 p.m.

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

Sept. 19 – The Million Dollar Quartet -8 p.m.

Sept. 20 – REO Speedwagon – 8 p.m.

Oct. 12 – The Midtown Men – original Jersey boys cast

Oct. 19 – Brian Regan, comedian

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GATHERING PALCE FUND RAISER          4/27

A fund raiser to benefit The Gathering Place will take place, Friday, April 27th from 5-8pm at The Elks Lodge, 70 Litchfield St in Torrington.

Music by Jeff Conlon and there will be a cash bar, silent auction and appetizers.

The Gathering Place is committed to housing the homeless, promoting hope and new beginnings.

For tickets or for more information gatheringplace.eventbrite.com

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QUILT & NEEDLE SHOW                4/28

The 11th annual Quilt and Needle Art Show takes place Saturday, April 28th and Sunday April 29th at the Winchester Center Congregational Church.

For more information: winchestercentercongchurch.org

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BEATLES TRIBUTE BAND                      4/28

New England’s Premier Beatles Tribute Band, “Ticket to Ride” will perform at Torrington’s Elks Ballroom in a benefit for Christmas Village and other local Elks programs.

Saturday, April 28th at 7:30pm.

For tickets or for more information (860) 482-5562.

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END OF LIFE OPTIONS LECTURE           4/19Northwest Corner Triad, a non-profit organization for seniors, invites you to a free luncheon lecture

on How To Take Action On Your End Of Life Decisions.

Thursday, April 19, from 11:00 am-1:30 pm at the Bitterman Center, 2 Daisy Hill Rd, Canaan CT.

The talk will about how to take action on your end of life decisions. Questions about organ donation, do not resuscitate orders and preplanning end of life wishes will be answered.

To make a Reservation or for more information:   860-453-3130.

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NOMINATE A VETERAN                4/20

Do you know a Veteran who should be honored? The Torrington Veterans Support Committee is seeking Nominations for Honorary Parade Marshals for this year’s Memorial Day Parade & Ceremony.

Nominee must be a resident of Torrington, and be willing and able to accept the honor, participate in the Parade, and be recognized during the Ceremony which takes place in Coe Park following the Parade. Posthumous nominations also accepted with family member(s) agreeing to participate.

For more information or to nominate someone via email, vetactcom@yahoo.com.

The deadline for Nominations is Friday April 20TH.

 

 

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