Milford Regional Chamber of Commerce, Milford, CT. Friday Leads Group Meeting best crafters, fine artists and artisans, the MTMUMC Fair on the Green will please both vendors and visitors alike. . Milford Public Library. Contributing artists are Rick Senft, Haile King Rubie, Hilary Opperman, Lucia Chapter 25, Order of the Eastern Star, will meet at p.m. Dec. Milford Public Library, 57 New Haven Ave., will be a part of a large learning .. The event will include more than 70 artisans, crafters and vendors from New. Creative Writing Group monthly meeting, casual gathering to read, listen to and . Milford: Milford Arts Council Open Mic Nites, Wednesdays through May 9, Wallingford: Mini golf at the Wallingford Public Library, April 13, p.m. .. Essex: Connecticut River Artisans Cooperative welcomes new.
Father Aiden Donohue, of St. Michael Rudolph; p. For more information, call the auxiliary at At this meeting the two council degrees will be conferred upon a class of candidates. For information, call the recorder at Lucia Chapter 25, Order of the Eastern Star, will meet at 7: For information, call Worthy Matron Debbie Zaleha at Breakfast will be served Dec.
Also available are potatoes, toast, orange juice, and coffee, or tea. Special rates available for families with small children. For further information, call The hour is a global movement reaching more than million students in more than countries. It is an introduction to computer science.
All ages, from kindergarten and up, may choose from a variety of activities. Activities are available in over 45 languages. Lesson plans and activities can be used to inspire students in many different classes, such as math, physics, history and English. Computer science is foundational. Every 21st-century student should have the opportunity to learn how to create technology. Computer science is changing every industry on the planet. The basics of computer science also help nurture creativity and problem-solving skills, and prepare students for any future career.
The young adult librarian will be showing episodes from Crunchyroll, an anime streaming site, and will be offering an opportunity for fans to discuss anime and manga. For more information, call Diana in the Young Adult Department at Magic, juggling with Scott Jameson, Thursday Dec.
Umbrellas will be plucked from thin air, a drawing will come to life, basketballs will be spun and juggled, and the audience will travel through time.
Make new year noisemakers, Friday Dec. Snow Flake Festivities will be held p. The event includes a silent auction, refreshments, and a performance by magician Brian Miller at 3: The annual citywide leaf pickup program began Nov.
Only leaves placed in paper bags will be collected. Leaves in paper bags, which are biodegradable and can be mixed with composted material, should be left at the curb away from regular weekly garbage and recycling bins. The city will not accept plastic bags. Leaves that are put out in plastic will be left curbside. City crews will pick up leaves weekly until the first significant snowfall.
Those who choose not to bag leaves for pickup, may bring them to the transfer station on Oronoque Road, 7 a.
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Monday-Saturday; it is closed noon The Recreation Department sponsors a beginner and intermediate walking group that walks three miles Tuesdays and Fridays. For walkers who choose not to participate in out-of-town trips, an alternate walk will start at the Gazebo on the Green. For details, contact Bob Hayes at or rhayes ci. Call Sharon Brown at Susan Varano, MD, a Yale-trained physician who is board- certified in geriatrics and internal Medicine.
She will present a lighthearted look at the ups and downs of aging. The study involves a one-time, minute interview with a researcher. Call Christopher Chow to schedule a time, and say you are calling from the Milford Senior Center.
Additional information, call Program Director Amanda Berry at Learn how to take your favorite foods from the naughty to the nice list, discover simple tips to keep your blood pressure and sugars in check. For more information or to register, call Mondays and Tuesdays at 10 a. Wednesdays at 10 and 11 a. For information about meetings, call the hospital Education Department at The event offers an opportunity to learn about projects around the world that relieve poverty and suffering.
Ann Parish will hold its Christmas fair 9 a. The main hall will be the setting for a juried craft show. The fair also includes baked goods, wreath raffle, tabletop trees, gift baskets, a tag sale, a Christmas bake shop and strolling carolers.
For information, callext. Registration is at 9: The event will include Santa, holiday music, candy and cookies. The rain or shine, timed 3-mile challenge will begin at There will also be a 1-mile challenge at 11 a. The course is mostly flat with two small hills.
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Children under 5 are free. Everyone will receive a goodie bag. Literacy Volunteers of Southern Connecticut aims to provide free services to anyone who wishes to learn English or enhance their reading, writing, speaking and math skills necessary to lead productive lives.
The programs reach more than adults each year and more than 1, children. To learn more, visit www. Keeping Milford Warm and the Kiwanis Club annual holiday fundraiser will be held 6: She will be recognized for her years of outstanding service to the community and her help and support in helping to establish Keeping Milford Warm. The nonprofit Keeping Milford Warm, founded by Kevin McGrath, was begun to ensure that no city resident or family would ever go without help heating their home if they had no funds.
The event includes dinner and open bar, live music, door prizes, a silent auction and live auctions. For more information or tickets, go to www. Bowls will be offered for sale and filled at the Empty Bowl Dinner fundraiser at St.
John's Church on March 24 at 4: Tickets will be available in advance. Photos include special guests and others who joined us. The CT Clay Artists have joined the gallery artists for a special exhibition this month and many will be in the gallery on Saturday.
The gallery will open at noon.
This jam packed resource includes exhibits; workshops, classes; performances.
Please join us from 5: Programs and Events are being planned. Among the programs forwe expect to participate in the New Milford Art Walk on August 12, Plans are underway now. A website is being set up through which artists may register to participate. Bryn will share his journey which lead to the creation of these magnificent works of art.
We are very honored to bring these works to the New Milford community art audience. The Art Talk is free, but seating is limited, on a first come basis. Light refreshments will be offered following the event.
For more information visit: Elaborating on that theme and speaking about her work, Tina will give an Art Talk on June 25 at 3: Recognizing she has an affinity for the painters of the seventeenth century Dutch golden age, Tina has studied the handling of light in those paintings and used it as inspiration for her work.
This is what my work is meant to be. Abby attends New Milford High School and has been working on her first record album.
Her performance genres range from Christian and Country to Pop and a little Jazz. Abby has performed locally at Dagwoods Restaurant with singer, song writer, and guitarist John Alper.
The duo performs monthly as a praise band at the New Milford Walnut Hill campus. Saturday, May 21 at 2: Easy to understand why. As with any creative endeavor, keeping her work plan flexible opened the doors to the unexpected. From the first few strokes she fell in love with oils again, and started a new series allowing the spirit and soul of Weir Farm influence her hand.
On Saturday, May 21st at 2: The artist will highlight her accomplishments during her month long residency at Weir Farm and her talk coincides with an exhibit of her works in Gallery Reception following to meet Ms.
Shearstone and introduce the newest exhibition of works by gallery members. On May 21 at 2: