SOUTHBURY — Local health districts have been told by the state to prepare to possibly receive Covid-19 vaccines in 100-dose packets in late November or December, according to Pomperaug Health District Director Neal Lustig. Mr. Lustig told Voices the packets will arrive with PPE equipment and syringes. The vaccine will have to be kept at freezing temperatures. He explained Connecticut gets Covid-19 vaccine information from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

WOODBURY — Drakeley Real Estate has announce that Karen Dibble-Flaherty has become affiliated with the office. As an affiliated real estate agent, Ms. Dibble-Flaherty will provide residential real estate services in the local and surrounding communities as well as throughout the state. As lifelong resident of the area, she resides in Woodbury with her husband, Jim. 

OXFORD — With great sorrow his family shares the passing of Jo…

SOUTHBURY — The Gloria Cachion Gallery at the Southbury Public Library will host artist Melody Asbury, from Thursday, October 1, through Thursday, October 29, at the library, 100 Poverty Rd. Growing up with an artist mother, art was an important part of Ms. Asbury’s life. She was always surrounded by art and going to museums. She started studying painting at the Ridgewood Art Institute while still in her teens. A fascination with people and their character prompted her to specialize in portraits.

WASHINGTON — The Steep Rock Association will host a fall outing from 10 a.m. to noon on Sunday, October 18. Those attending are asked to meet at 2 Tunnel Rd. to investigate the heart of Steep Rock Preserve and uncover its history. Carol Santoleri is a landscape historian and photographer who has spent the past 20 years hiking the trails of the Steep Rock Association’s property. She will lead the a three-mile walking tour through sections of the Steep Rock Preserve that were originally part of SRA founder Ehrick Rossiter’s turn of the 20th-century riverside retreat.