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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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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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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.

 

 

   WHITE MEMORIAL CONSERVATION CENTER PROGRAMS:

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


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.     

               

                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                .

 

SULLIVAN SENIOR CENTER ACTIVITIES: 860-489-2580

                  AARP Smart Driver 4-hour driving course – 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.

 

WARNER THEATRE

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

Oct. 19 – Brian Regan, comedian

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SMART DRIVER COURSE             10/31

The Sullivan Senior Center is offering an AARP Smart Driver 4-hour driving course Nov. 1.  Available to people age 50 and over….completion provides a certificate that entitles students to a discount on auto insurance.

Registration is required. 860-489-2580.

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SANTA RAILROAD EXPRESS    12/15

Tickets are now on sale for the Railroad Museum of New England’s Santa Express.  Children will meet Santa Claus and his helper elves and will take home a special gift of their own.

Both the Santa Express and the museum’s Northern Lights Limited offer a very special 1st class service.

For tickets or for more information: RMNE.org

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REGISTER TO VOTE           11/4

Democracy works best when everyone who is qualified to vote, votes.  Vote.org is a one stop website where you can register to vote,  check to see if you are already registered, find out where you go to vote and get an absentee ballot.  You can ever sign up for email reminders so you don’t miss any important elections.

Vote.org, helping to keep democracy strong.

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SHARON AUDUBON       

Many injured and orphaned animals call the Sharon Audubon Center home. Help care for these animals with a donation to assist with the cost of food, veterinary visits, and shelter maintenance.

More information at: Sharonaudubon.org

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WINSTED BOOKSTORE

The non profit Winsted Community Bookstore offers a range of books from local authors’ works, books on civic activism, non-fiction novels, and more.

The bookstore is volunteer run with hundreds of brand new books.

More information at winstedbookstore.com

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AMERICAN INDIAN HISTORY                 10/17

The Torrington Historical Society explores Native American Stone Culture, Wednesday, October 17th at 6:30pm.

Lucianne Lavin, Director of Research and Collections at the Institute for American Indian Studies will explain the features and ceremonials landscapes that were originally thought to be Euro-American but are indeed Native American creations.

More information at torringtonhistoricalsociety.org

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TORRINGTON WW1 HISTORY            11/14

At the Torrington Historical Society, November 14th at 6:30, “Never Forgotten: the story of Torrington Doughboy Paul Maynard”.

Maynard was killed on the final day of World War I – Sunday, November 11, 1918.  Rick Maynard will share the compelling story of his grandfather as well as the discovery of approximately 3 dozen letters written from the battlefield.  There will also be a video documentary entitle “Never Forgotten”, by the American Battle Monuments Commission.

More information at torringtonhistoricalsociety.org

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MONDAY SCHOLARS          11/5

At Litchfield’s Oliver Wolcott Library

Mondays November 5th, Plagues, Witches & War: The Worlds of Historical Fiction at 12:30 p.m.

To register, owlibrary.org

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OSCAR WILDE             10/14

Join David Rosen as he explores Oscar Wilde’s classic work The Importance of Being Earnest,  Sunday, October 14th at 1pm at Litchfield’s Oliver Wolcott Library.

To register, owlibrary.org

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HORROR NOVEL DISCUSSION   10/10

Litchfield’s Oliver Wolcott Library invites you to Spooky & Sweet: Horror Novels & Fall Romances with Librarians Patricia Moore and Jordan McCorison.

Wednesday, October 10th at 6 p.m.

To register, owlibrary.org

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RAILROAD TALK                  10/17

Litchfield’s Oliver Wolcott Library invites you to a discussion about The Electrification of the New Haven Railroad with Rick Abramson.    Wednesday, October 17th at 2p.m.

To register, owlibrary.org

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AUTHOR TALK           10/23

Litchfield’s Oliver Wolcott Library invites you to a The Last Thunk with Author Gerard Farrell.

Tuesday, October 23th at 7  p.m.

To register, owlibrary.org

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COOKBOOK CLUB         10/24

Litchfield’s Oliver Wolcott Library invites you to their Cookbook Club, Halloween Appetizer & Dessert Potluck.

Wednesday, October 24th at 6:30 pm

To register, owlibrary.org

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CHURCH CHICKEN DINNER          10/13

The First Congregational Church of Torrington will be holding their annual Old-Fashioned Chicken and Biscuit Dinner on Saturday, October 13 from 5 to 7pm.

They’re located at 835 Riverside Ave across from Frank’s Pizza.  To-go orders are welcome.

Information at: 860-482-4705

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NYC DAY TRIP          10/10

The Colebrook Community Center is hosting a day trip to New York City, Wednesday, October 10th.

For more information and reservations, 860-738-9521.

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OKTOBERFEST       10/14

Oktoberfest featuring a German Band, German food, & dancing from 1:00 – 4:00pm in Lourdes in Litchfield’s Pilgrim Hall. From 1 to 4pm on Sunday, October 14th.

Tickets at the Grotto Gift Shop & the Grotto Café, 50 Montfort Rd., Rt 118, Litchfield.

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LOURDES TAG SALE                10/21

The Lourdes in Litchfield Semi-annual Tag Sale takes place from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm; Sunday, October 21st from 11:30 until 2:00 pm.

Donated items are welcome. Information at:  860-567-1041

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LIBRARY HALLOWEEN BASH        10/13

The Torrington Library invites you to their Not-So-Spooky Halloween Bash, Saturday, October 13th from 5 to 8pm.

Featuring a Jack O’ Lantern contest and display. a not-so-spooky haunted house, the Ye Olde New England Tavern, Yummy-Mummy Bake Sale & Gift Shop and Halloween stories. Fun for the whole family.

Tickets at the Torrington Library.

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MOVIE NIGHT         10/20

The Warner Theater next special movie event will take place Saturday, October 20th with the showing of Hotel Transylvania!  Costumes are encouraged as all are welcome to Dracula’s lavish five-stake resort where monsters and their families can live it up!

Information at warnertheatre.org

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PASTA DINNER          10/12

A pasta dinner fundraiser for Friendly Hands Food Bank will take place Friday, October 12th from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at St. Peter/St. Francis School on Prospect Street in Torrington with food prepared by Scarpelli’s Restaurant.

More information at: 860-482-3338.

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PARENTING CLASSES             10/15

Torrington’s 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.

This is part of the Community Family Learning Center Resource Library at KidsPlay.

Information at  860-800-3353

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ON LINE ART & CRAFTS CLASSES         10/30

Your Torrington Library card now gives you free access to online art and crafts classes taught by top designers and artists.  Take the classes anytime, classes never expire, you can start and stop at your own pace and new classes added daily.

Information at torringtonlibrary.org

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MEETING ROOMS AVAILABLE         10/30

The Torrington Library would like to remind you that the library community and meeting rooms may be rented by organizations or individuals.

Information at torringtonlibrary.org.

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TORRINGTON TRAILS NETWORK         10/30

The Torrington Trails Network invites you to join them at their monthly meetings held at the Torrington City Hall on the second Tuesday evening of each month.  This is a friendly group of volunteers dedicated to establishing and maintaining hiking, biking and walking trails in Torrington.

Information at nwcty.org/torringtontrails

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SUPPORT GROUP              10/31

Do you have family or friends struggling with substance use? McCall Center for Behavioral Health is  hosting a free support group to help you cope and get the support you need.

Recovering Together is a clinician led support group that provides addiction education, coping skills, and peer support. They meet weekly at 5:30 Wednesday evenings at 58 High Street, Torrington in the Fred Lyons building.

Information at: mccallcenterct.org

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FLU SHOT CLINIC           10/29

A Flu Shot Clinic will be held on Monday, Oct. 29th from 1:30 to 3 p.m. at Torrington’s Sullivan Senior Center. Sponsored by the Torrington Area Health District.

Information at 860-489-2211.

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LIVING W/DIABETES WORKSHOP          10/16

The public is invited to attend a free, interactive six-week Live Well With Diabetes Workshop at the Sullivan Senior Center starting Tuesday, Oct. 16th at 9:30 am.

Learn how to control blood sugars, healthy eating habits, how to set goals and treat low or high sugar levels, communicating with health providers, basic foot care, and sick day guidelines.

Information at 860-489-2211.

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SMOKING CESSATION PROGRAM             10/9

Charlotte Hungerford Hospital is offering “Freedom From Smoking” programs in both Torrington and Winsted with eight interactive classes to learn how to become a non-smoker.  Program will be held at 4pm on Wednesdays in the conference room at the Hungerford Center at 780 Litchfield Street, Torrington starting Oct. 10h.

In Winsted, two classes will be held at NW CT Community College in the Joyner Health Science Center on Tuesdays at noon and again at 4pm starting October 9th.

Information at: 860-496-6538

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BOOK DISCUSSION             10/11

The Thomaston Library invites you to join their discussion of The Jungle by Upton Sinclair.  Thursday, October 11th at 7pm.

Information at: thomastonlibrary.org

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RENAISSANCE CONCERT              10/18

 Enjoy Garald Farnham’s “entertainment for the parlor” featuring Renaissance lute songs, songs from Shakespeare’s plays, traditional folk ballads, classics from the 1960’s plus words from Shakespeare and contemporary poets. This program is free and open to the public of all ages. At the Thomaston Library, Thursday, October 18th at 6pm.

Information at: thomastonlibrary.org

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SOCIAL SECURITY TALK        10/22

The Thomaston Library invites you to Maximizing your SS Benefits, Monday, October 22nd, at 6pm.

Speakers Chad Borroughs and Kathryn Dennen will discuss options for collecting Social Security and important strategies to maximize your benefits, including the proper time to file and the effects of taxes on benefits.

This event is open to the public and registration is recommended though not required.

Information at: 860-283-4339

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SPIRITS OF NEW ENGLAND            10/24

Dustin Pari, paranormal researcher, lecturer, motivator and author will present a great bit of local history colored with some chilling tales of the supernatural!

Wednesday, October 24th at 7pm at the Thomaston Library.

Information at: thomastonlibrary.org

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BOOK DISCUSSION           11/8

You’re invited to join a discussion of the book Circling the Sun by Paula McLain.  At the Thomaston Library, Thursday, November 8th at 7pm.

Information at thomastonlibrary.org

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RUSSIA: ADVERSARY OR PARTNER?     11/15

The United Nations Association of Connecticut and the Thomaston Public Library present retired Russian diplomat Sergei Kambalov in the second lecture in a series on the United Nations entitled “Russia: Adversary or Partner to the US.” The program is free and open to the public. Registration is recommended but not required.  Thursday, November 15th at 6:30pm at the Thomaston Library.

Information at: 860-283-4339

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BOOK DISCUSSION           12/13

The Thomaston Library invites you to a discussion of the book A Town Like Alice by Nevil Shute. Thursday, December 13th at 7pm.

Information at thomastonlibrary.org

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MOVIE:  WEST SIDE STORY           10/18

The Norfolk Library invites you to their screening of West Side Story in honor of the Leonard Bernstein centennial, Thursday, October 18th at 7pm.

Information at norfolklibrary.org

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PERCUSSION CONCERT             10/19

Andrew Thomson has earned an international reputation as a composer, performer, marimba player, and educator, and has collaborated with a variety of organizations, ranging from the internationally acclaimed choirs of Joyful Noise, Inc. to the United States Marine Corps. He will be performing work he has written for marimba, percussion pieces from his recent album Eeyou-Istchee, and Celtic music celebrating the re-release of his album Caraidean.

Friday, October 19th at 7:30pm

Register: norfolklibrary.org

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HISTORICAL LECTURE                  10/27

New Hartford’s Beekley Historical Lecture Series presents Hamish Lutris, Associate Professor at Capital Community College on the Harlem Renaissance.  In the first thirty years of the 20th Century, one of the greatest explosions of cultural dynamism occurred in the United States when African Americans migrated out of the South and swelled the urban populations of the north. Although widespread, many consider Harlem to have been the focal point of this migration, resulting in the emergence of the African American experience as a major contribution to our country’s culture.

Saturday, October 27th, 1:00 pm.

Information at: beekleylibrary.org

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED         11/5

Operation Overflow is looking for volunteers – especially women – to sleep overnight (from 8:45pm to 6am) in a Torrington church basement so that no one has to sleep outside in the winter.

When the local shelter FISH maxes out their 35 beds, Operation Overflow starts their season and provides shelter in one of three local churches.

They always have two overnight volunteers – one male and one female – to supervise the  guests and  coordinator is on-call all night in case there is an emergency or a need for additional support.

A one-hour orientation will be offered at Trinity Church (220 Prospect Street in Torrington) on Monday, November 5 at 7pm

For more details, contact Conrad at conradsank@gmail.com

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DINNER/DANCE/ART           11/9

Winsted Trails invites you to a night of dinner, dancing and art. Friday, November 9th at 6:30pm at the Indian Meadow Estate, 122 Marshall St.

Proceeds benefit Winsted Trails Network developing and promoting trails in Winsted.

Information:  winstedtrails@gmail.com

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HORSE EXPO         10/13

A Canadian Horse Expo is coming to Harwinton Fair Grounds, Saturday, October 13th, 10am to 4pm.

The day consists of saddle/harness demonstration, equine-related seminars, presentations about the breed and a Breeder’s Barn featuring horses for sale and stallions standing at stud from Canada and the United States. There will also be vendors and food onsite.

The little known Canadian Horse is the oldest distinct breed in North America and is listed as critically endangered.

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RADIUM GIRLS PROGRAM     10/24

Bristol’s American Clock & Watch Museum Presents: The Radium Dial Painters: Their Fatal Brush with Death.

Behind the story of the clock and watch industries’ success, lies a tragic story of employee sacrifice. For a time, little was known about the toxic working conditions of the young women in the dial painting industry. Fortunately, their story was eventually heard. Unfortunately, many of them did not live to see that day. Their story is one of opportunity, broken trust, and the search for truth.

6:30pm, Wednesday, October 24th.

Information at: clockmuseum.org

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FALL FESTIVAL & FIRE SHOW    10/27

Bristol’s Imagine Nation, A Museum Early Learning Center, invites you to their Fall Festival & Fire Show, Saturday, October 27th 3 to 7 pm.

An afternoon of fall family fun including a cooking workshop, face painting, scarecrow building, and more; topped off by a sunset Fire Show performance from Thrive Movement Studio at 6:30 p.m.

Information at: imaginenation.org

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JAM BAND BATTLE        11/2

The Road to Road Jam: Battle of the Jam Band takes place at the Watner Theatre, Friday, November 2nd at 7pm.

Bands compete to play at Two Roads Brewing Company’s Road Jam Music Fest in June of 2019. Road Jam is Two Roads’ annual music festival, held at the brewery in Stratford, CT. The Road Jam Music Fest brings together many great jam bands from New England, performing on two stages, with food trucks, and beer.

Tickets at: warnertheatre.org

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CABARET                11/3

Cabaret at LCC!     November 3

The Litchfield Community Center’s Starry Night Cafe invites you to an evening with the incomparable star of Cabaret, Ms. Marilyn Maye, Saturday, November 3rd at 6:30pm.

Marilyn Maye is a highly praised singer, actress, director, arranger, educator and a Grammy nominated recording artist.  Her entire life has been committed to the art of song and performance.

Tickets at: thecommunitycenter.org

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ELF THE MUSICAL              12/15

Thomaston Opera House presents Elf the Musical, through December 16th.

A hilarious comedy based on the multi-million dollar film of the same name.

Information at: landmarkcommunitytheatre.org

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HANDEL’S MESSIAH            12/1

Messiah by George Frideric Handel has been hailed as a sacred oratorio for centuries. Come enjoy this timeless Baroque masterpiece with the Waterbury Symphony Orchestra, joined by the Hartford Chorale and phenomenal vocal soloists from the Yale Opera Program.

At Litchfield’s St Anthony of Padua, 49 South St. Saturday, December 1st.

Tickets at: waterburysymphony.org

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WINTER COATS NEEDED               10/20

Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services invites you to join them to help keep families warm this winter by donating gently used winter coats and other winter gear.

Items can be dropped off at A Healing Trail, 500 Burlington Rd in Harwinton Monday through Saturday from 7am to 5pm.

Information at: info@hb4diversity.org

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AFTERNOON HIKE              10/14

Put on those hiking boots and join Sunday Afternoons with the Harwinton Congregational Church for a splendid autumn hike just down the road in Roraback WMA on Sunday, October 14th!

Meet at the Harwinton Congregational Church at 1:00pm to carpool.  Bring water and a snack.  The hike will be one to two hours on paths and old woods roads.

Learn more by emailing:  jgolec@sbcglobal.net

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DONATIONS NEEDED           10/18

The Congregational Church of Burlington is holding a fund drive Saturday, October 20th from 8:30am to 12 noon.  They are accepting donations of good, clean clothing, shoes, CDs and DVDs, electrical items, kitchen items and sporting goods among other items.

Learn more at ccburlingtonct.org

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BEECHER FAMILY TALK                10/27

On Saturday, October 27th the Harwinton Historical Society will present a program on the Beecher Family.  Historians have often noted that the Beecher family from Litchfield, Connecticut, was the most influential in 19th century America.

The public is invited to join Dr. Karl Valois from the University of Connecticut for a discussion of the lives and legacies of these remarkable individuals who include Harriet Beecher Stowe and the Rev. Lyman Beecher.

The program will take place at the Harwinton Library on Bentley Drive from 2 to 4 p.m.  Registration is not necessary and there is no fee, although donations are welcome.

Learn more at harwintonpl.org

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CHRISTMAS BAZAAR              11/10

The Our Lady of Hope Christmas Bazaar will be held at Harwinton’s I.H.O.M Church, Saturday, November 10th from 9am to 2pm.  Vendors from all over Connecticut will have tables set up with various goods. Lunch and bakes goods will also be available.

Located at the corner of Rt4 and Rt 118 in Harwinton.

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THS MUSIC DEPT FUND RAISER       10/13

Torrington Form invites you to join them in raising money for the Torrington High School Music Department by participating in their Drive 4 UR School event.  Saturday, October 13th from 10am to 4pm.

$20 will be donated to the Music Department for every person who takes a test drive in a Ford vehicle during the event.

Learn more at torringtonfordct.com

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PASTA SUPPER                 10/27

The Drakeville Volunteer Fire Department will hold its annual Pasta Supper on Saturday, October 27 from 5pm to 8pm at the Firehouse located at 1349 Marshall Lake Road in Torrington.

The evening will feature an all-you-can-eat style sit down pasta dinner with meatballs, bread, a dessert and drink.

All proceeds benefit the fire department’s general fund. For more information or tickets: (860) 307-9044.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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