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The agenda will include: consider and take action regarding the adoption of a resolution appropriating $385.000 in the town's capital non-recurring fund for board of education improvements; discussion and possible action regarding policy of memorial gifts and donations; consider and take action regarding allocating $8,000 to the fiscal year 2014-15 ... (more)
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Square and Round Dance on March 28 The South Windsor Square Dance Club invites all area square dancers to a evening of square dancing and round dancing at the Powder Mill Barn in Enfield on Friday, March 28. A Redneck Hoedown Theme Dance will be held from 8 to 10:30 p.m. and will feature Caller, Kevin Bersing and Cuer, Phil Gatchell.
An exceptional selection of trees, shrubs, perennials, and edibles, most native to Connecticut, is available for pre-sale! Also available are evergreen and deciduous tree seedlings, bluebird houses, and CT compost.
Old Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church in Bloomfield, is pleased to invite you to our three Sunday Lenten Forum on the "Emerging Church."
On April 26, CREC will host a unique and popular teacher learning experience called EdCamp Hartford.
One made his fortune in the telecommunications industry, jumping into the mobile telephone game in the early 1960s, another is a nationwide parking magnate and the third is a partner at a national accounting firm.
Many of Connecticut's agricultural producers may have spent this winter looking out over the landscape enveloped in Gore-tex, or from behind frost-covered windows as frigid temperatures blanketed the state, but they surely had smiles on their faces.
Bloomfield senior and scholar-athlete, Corrine Williams, has earned a full scholarship to play on Boston University's girls' basketball team.
TSgt Matthew Slaydon and his Fidelco Guide Dog "Legend," funded by the Newman's Own Foundation.
HARC, Inc. was delighted to have been invited to join in the 30-year celebration of one of its longest standing supported employment collaborators: the law firm of McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter .
The popular song and dance extravaganza is back! The 2014 production by stop/time dance theater, I'd Rather Be Dancing!, marks the return of the annual crowd pleaser that features the resident dance company at Playhouse on Park.
When Marcus Cooper left Bloomfield High School in 2008, he took his athletic accomplishments in track, football and basketball and some high hopes with him.
The Amistad Center for Art & Culture will host "A Taste of History," celebrating Black "history and herstory" through art, food, music and more, on March 31 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in downtown Hartford.