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Ability Beyond Debuts New Virtual “Caring For The Caregiver” Series
: Monthly Family Meetings Support Emotional and Physical Health of Caregivers and Clients Juggling work, home-schooling and childcare has been a struggle for most families since the state shut down in March due to COVID-19. Parents of adult children with special needs
Congratulations to the Brookfield Residents who Graduated from Wooster School
: Wooster School held its Commencement Exercises on Monday, July 6, 2020 to celebrate the graduation of the Class of 2020. These seniors join more than 3,000 alumni who have graduated since Wooster's founding in 1926. Congratulations to the Brookfield residents who
Brookfield Concerts in the Park Begin Tomorrow, Beach and Farmers' Market Open and More Town Updates
: State reporting of confirmed cases has been moving up and down so we now are reporting 166 confirmed cases in Brookfield. We have one new case in Brookfield this week. Last week we incorrectly reported the number of deaths. We
Connecticut Respect PSA Campaign to Reduce Spread of COVID-19
: State launches “Connecticut Respect” PSA campaign The State of Connecticut today launched the “Connecticut Respect” PSA campaign to reinforce practices that will help reduce the spread of COVID-19. The campaign includes spots filmed by Stew Leonard, Southern Connecticut State University Professor
Summer Reading Program at Brookfield Library Wooden Spoon Dragon Grab 'N' Go Kits!
: Wooden Spoon Dragon Grab 'N' Go Kits Whether they’re fire-breathing, or just plain silly, these dragons are still cute! Join us in making one of your own on Thursday, July 9 from 3 to 4pm via Zoom. Registration required. Each child participating
Happy 2 Year Anniversary to Brookfield's Traveling Chic Boutique!
: It's Traveling Chic Boutique's 2 Year Anniversary Sale It seems like yesterday that we opened our doors! Stop in anytime this week and help us celebrate our 2nd Anniversary. We will be having fun in-store events and specials all week long.
Carol A. Degen, Master Dog Groomer at Waggin Train of Brookfield, has Died
: Carol A. Degen Carol A. Degen, 76, a certified master dog groomer at Waggin Train of Brookfield, died on Wednesday, June 24, 2020 at Danbury Hospital.She was the wife of the late John A. Degen. Mrs. Degen was born in Whitestone, NY,
Athletes Need to Rest and Test After COVID-19 Before Returning to Exercise and Sports
: Athletes Need to “Rest and Test” After COVID-19 Before Returning to Exercise and Sports Athletes and weekend warriors, who have had COVID-19, will need to take special care and be cleared before resuming exercise, intense training and/or competitive sports. Why? Because COVID-19,
ACT of Connecticut Proves that Nothing Can Cancel Broadway or Community, Hundreds Attend Star-studded Virtual Gala
: Did you miss ACT’s Annual Gala: "Extended Intermission Edition” last night? Well if you did, here is what you missed (and how you can still “get in on the ACT!”) Last night, more than three hundred Broadway lovers descended upon ACT
CDC Releases Results from Seroprevalence Survey
: Today, Governor Ned Lamont reported CDC results from the first six sites of large-scale seroprevalence surveys, including Connecticut. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention today released the results of the first six sites involved in its large-scale seroprevalence survey, which includes Connecticut.
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Coffee with the Brookfield Selectmen on Saturday!
Published on Wednesday, 22 January 2020 18:29
Written by Town of Brookfield
Coffee with the Brookfield Selectmen
You are invited to coffee with Brookfield's Selectmen on Saturday, January 25, from 9 - 10:30 a.m. at Chick-fil-A, 156 Federal Road.
We encourage you to stop by with any questions or concerns.
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