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WATERBURY — The Waterbury Arts and Tourism Commission, the Bunker Hill Neighborhood Association, and Thomaston Savings Bank will host a free Summer Concert Series at Bunker Hill Park on Bunker Hill Avenue, across from Bunker Hill Pharmacy and Walnut Hill Community Church. Although admission is free, those attending are asked to bring non-perishable food items or canned goods to support a local food ministry. Read more

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WATERBURY — Parent Connection’s Waterbury Hope & Support Group meets from 7 to 9 p.m. each Tuesday at Walnut Hill Community Church, 274 Bunker Hill Ave.

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MIDDLEBURY — Katy Wolff of Westport, a senior at Westover School, has won second place for poetry in this year’s Thornton Wilder Writing Competition for her poem “Meadow Mine,” the sixth consecutive time a Westover student has received a poetry award in the contest.

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MIDDLEBURY — Brass City Ballet, a non profit dance organization, recently completed building an outdoor stage in Schoolhouse Park in Middlebury at 103 Maple Dr. Brass City Ballet’s end of year event, Season Finale, which took place on June 6 inaugurated the stage. Two performances of “The Sl…

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The magic/comedy of Jim and Sandy Sisti returned  May 29 to the Carousel Theatre Stage at Quassy Amusement & Waterpark in Middlebury. The husband and wife couple have performed for nearly two decades at the lakeside park. Shows start at 1 p.m. with three and four performances daily durin…

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WATERBURY — The Waterbury Arts and Tourism Commission, the Bunker Hill Neighborhood Association, and Thomaston Savings Bank will host a free Summer Concert Series at Bunker Hill Park on Bunker Hill Avenue, across from Bunker Hill Pharmacy and Walnut Hill Community Church.

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MIDDLEBURY — Local visual artist, poet, and author, Faith Vicinanza, pays her bills working a day job as a cyber-security professional for an international investment bank but prefers her time spent with words and paint and music and dance. Ms. Vicinanza is a widely published poet, a master …

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AREA — Al-Anon family groups meet via Zoom and at person-to-person meetings.

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NORTH HAVEN — The Agency on Aging of South Central Connecticut will host a Care for the Caregiver Support Group virtually from 4 to 5 p.m. every 2nd Tuesday of the month.

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WATERBURY — The Western Connecticut Area Agency on Aging plans a free, six-week, Live Well With Diabetes workshop for adults with Type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes in the comfort of their home without having to use technology beyond the telephone.

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Members of the Watertown Garden Club have worked hard creating beautiful spring planters at several locations around Watertown and Oakville. The public can take a look at these planters at the Watertown Post Office. Everyone is invited to view them all, then pick a favorite and vote. To vote…

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WATERTOWN — The Town Clerk reminds all Watertown and Oakville dog owners that June is dog licensing month. The fee for licensing a dog 6 months or older is $8 for an altered dog and $19 for a non-altered dog. Proof for an altered dog must be furnished. A copy of a current rabies certificate …

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WATERBURY — Parent Connection’s Waterbury Hope & Support Group meets from 7 to 9 p.m. each Tuesday at Walnut Hill Community Church, 274 Bunker Hill Ave.

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BETHLEHEM — Cookbooks Plus will be featured  at the Bethlehem Friends of the Library summer book sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 5 at 32 Main St. South.

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The magic/comedy of Jim and Sandy Sisti will return Saturday, May 29 to the Carousel Theatre Stage at Quassy Amusement & Waterpark in Middlebury. The husband and wife couple have performed for nearly two decades at the lakeside park. Shows start at 1 p.m. with three and four performances…

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The Westfarms Quartet from central Connecticut will perform music by Mozart and Dvorak at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 23, at the Leroy Anderson House, 33 Grassy Hill Rd., Woodbury. The concert will take place outdoors on the terrace and lawn. Members of the Westfarms Quartet include Mike Winer, violi…

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WATERTOWN — Members of the Watertown Garden Club have worked hard creating beautiful spring planters at several locations around Watertown and Oakville. The public can take a look at them at the Watertown Post Office, the Watertown Town Hall, the Oakville Bridge and the Oakville Bus Stop. Ev…

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LITCHFIELD — The White Memorial Conservation Center will offer Yoga in the Garden with Judith Ehrman-Shapiro from 8 to 9 a.m. on Wednesdays, June 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30.

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LITCHFIELD — The White Memorial Conservation Center will offer the virtual program, Pandemic Pantry — In Praise of The Sweet Potato, at noon Saturday, June 5 via Zoom and Facebook Live.

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TORRINGTON — The Arc of Litchfield County will host a free webinar, An Evening with the Department of Developmental Services—Information and Guidance to Begin your Partnership with DDS from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 26, via GoTo Meeting.

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HARTFORD — Gov. Ned Lamont has announced that a new set of Covid-19 safety protocols regarding the use of face masks will be implemented in Connecticut beginning Wednesday, May 19, as a result of the updated recommendations released late last week from the Centers for Disease Control and Pre…

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LITCHFIELD — The White Memorial Conservation Center will offer the program, A Cozy Virtual Concert with Icelandic Recording Artist, Lay Low at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 12 via Zoom.

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MIDDLEBURY — Students from Westover School’s Drama Program gained insights into the craft of playwriting from the award-winning playwright and actor John Cariani during a recent Zoom workshop.

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AREA — Al-Anon family groups meet via Zoom and at person-to-person meetings.

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WATERBURY — The Western Connecticut Area Agency on Aging is offering a free, six-week Live Well with Diabetes workshop for adults with type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes in the comfort of their home without having to use technology beyond the telephone.

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WASHINGTON — The Humane Organization Representing Suffering Equines (HORSE), will hold its Spring Open House from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 15, at 43 Wilbur R.

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WATERBURY — The Mattatuck Museum will be open to the public after a two year renovation. The museum has reopened with four new exhibitions, an artist installation in the Plaza, reinstallation of the permanent collection, and a re-interpretation of the Orton P. Camp, Jr. History Exhibit. The …

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OAKVILLE — The Book Nook will begin featuring different authors each month.

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WATERBURY — Strokes remain the No. 5 killer and the leading cause of disability in the United States. The American Stroke Association, a division of the American Heart Association, is hosting CycleNation Waterbury to raise awareness about that fact and to raise the funds to change the statistic.

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As warmer temperatures begin to become the rule rather than the exception, longer daylight, abundant sunshine and yes, a little rain, have brought some bright color to the landscape, such as the forsythia blooming on Buckingham Street in Oakville. (Dreher photo)

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WATERBURY — The Mattatuck Museum invites the public to preview A Face Like Mine, a major exhibition organized in collaboration with the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and a new installation of work by artist Jeanne Silverthorne from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, May 2 on the Green at 144 West Main St. Re…

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WATERTOWN — The Watertown Garden Club will host a Covid-safe plant sale. Those interested may visit www.watertowngardenclub.org, click on “Plant Sale,” and select the variety of the starter size woodland plants available for sale, and learn the process for ordering. The directions for plant …

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WASHINGTON — Conversations On the Green will open its ninth season at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 2, with “Life Beyond The Pandemic.” The program is available on any internet-connected device and continues the non-profit’s tradition of producing forums in which the public can question nationally reco…