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Hospice is for Living 

The following essay was written by Keri Linardi, RN, BSN, PHN, CHPCA, Chief Clinical Officer of RVNAhealth. Keri is, has been, and always will be a hospice nurse -- in addition to the other roles she assumes. Hospice care is part of Keri’s being, part of her heart and the key to how she approaches her life.


This month, November, is Hospice and Palliative Care Month. In her words below, Keri shares her perspective on how hospice has impacted her and her children’s lives, and what we can do this month to plan for our own futures.

Children raised in the home of a hospice nurse, like me, live in a world where death and dying, and ending suffering are talked about freely. During my years of night shifts, my young children would ask over breakfast, when I returned home, how many people had died last night, and we would talk about the beautiful deaths I was privileged to bear witness to.

Some of the stories were funny, like the husband who called me when his wife had passed in the middle of the night, only for me to discover, when I touched her and she sat up, that she was still very much with us. To the ones that touched too close to home, like the children near to my own children’s ages, so that when I went to the car after leaving their homes, I sobbed uncontrollably for what seemed like forever, for a life lost too soon and for families who would have holes in their hearts that would never be repaired, just healed with memories over time.

We are a country that has plans for everything from birth, to vacations, yet we don’t plan for our own mortality. Dying sneaks up on families and throws them into decision making in moments of crisis -- a time when decisions should not be made!

Being a child of a hospice nurse is a double-edged sword: we never hang up the phone without saying ‘I love you;’ I have never sweated the small stuff with them, you want magenta hair?, it’s your head, go for it! The flip side is we talk about mortality – particularly my own -- over family dinners. This bothers my children a little, now ages 22, 19 and 13, but I need them to understand in simple terms what my wishes are if anything were to happen to me, and I need them to know that they will not be making decisions but simply honoring my wishes, decisions I have already made. They also fully understand that dying is a natural part of living, the circle of life.

In times of crisis, these ‘already-had conversations’ can be the greatest gift you give your loved ones, the gift of them knowing exactly what you would want to do. The gift of them knowing that they are not making the decisions for you when you aren’t able, they are honoring you one last time by following your wishes.

As a hospice nurse, who has seen families grappling with decisions at critical times, this is a gift I would like everyone to give their loved ones.

But we aren’t there yet.

In this country we have disparities in care that interfere with individuals’ abilities to access hospice care when it is needed most. A study from Duke University in 2018 outlines that African Americans, 13.4% of the population, make up only 8% of hospice patients in America and are more likely to suffer from untreated pain; Hispanic patients, who represent 18.3% of the US population, make up 7% of hospice patients nationally. There are cultural barriers that interfere with their access to hospice care.

We need to work together to change this and to provide culturally competent care at the right time – and we need to dispel the many myths around hospice care.

The hospice Medicare benefit is a six-month – approximately 180 day -- benefit of care that provides support from a whole team of professionals who wrap themselves around the patient and family to help them through one of the most challenging times of their lives. In my 26 years of nursing, I have never had a family tell me they came on to hospice too soon. I have had many families tell me, “If I had only known what hospice was, I would have called sooner.”

Despite the 180-day benefit, the national average length of stay for hospice care in the country right now is 21.5 days; for the state of Connecticut it is 14 days. This means that as a state, we aren’t doing a very good job at acknowledging life-limiting conditions head on — in a direct, kind, caring manner. We are introducing hospice care too late in the process and we are denying patients and their families care, comfort and treasured time when they need it the most.

Often when hospice is offered as an option, it is presented in negative terms – “There isn’t anything more to do;” Do not resuscitate,” -- when in fact there is a lot of living and a lot of joy that occurs in hospice.

When life-limiting conditions occur, we in hospice care talk about allowing natural deaths, managing symptoms, and living every day to its fullest. Imagine if you knew you only had six months left to live -- would you do anything differently?

Hospice care has filled my cup these past 20 plus years in nursing. I am appreciative and 

grateful to the patients whose hands I have held; to those whose windows I have gazed out of, together enjoying their favorite hydrangeas; the families whose strength and grace I have marveled at as they cared for their loved ones through to the end. The kindness they have shown me as guests in their home.

I am amazed daily at the wonderful team of hospice people at RVNAhealth that come to work and give of themselves every day for our community and patients and families. And to you, our RVNAhealth hospice families. I am in awe of you and thank you for allowing us to be guests in your home and into your lives during this very private time. I honor you during this special month.

In closing, I would encourage anyone who has not yet started their Advanced Care Planning conversations to use this November as your springboard to make the move! Start the conversation about Advanced Care Planning, visit our hospice and palliative care team at RVNAhealth. Let us help you start the conversation during non-crisis times. We have educational handouts to guide you, as well as team members to speak with. Nobody has ever regretted the decision to plan in advance. On the contrary. It’s a gift to yourselves and your loved ones.

To learn more, contact 203-438-5555 or visit rvnahealth.org.



kerry@ducey.org (Keri Linardi,) Neighbors Mon, 11 Nov 2019 11:41:14 -0500
Teen Advisory Group (TAG) at Lewisboro Library https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/neighbors/2124-teen-advisory-group-tag-15730619832124-teen-advisory-group-tag-1573061983 https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/neighbors/2124-teen-advisory-group-tag-15730619832124-teen-advisory-group-tag-1573061983

TAG group at library

Meets the 4th Tuesday of the Month at 7:30 pm for teens in Middle and High School.

The group helps plan special events for teens and younger children. To join TAG, please contact Dolores Antonetz at 875-9004.

lewisborolibrary@gmail.com (Liz Gabriele) Neighbors Thu, 07 Nov 2019 11:01:47 -0500
Adult Book Groups at Lewisboro Library https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/neighbors/2130-adult-book-groups-at-lewisboro-library2130-adult-book-groups-at-lewisboro-library https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/neighbors/2130-adult-book-groups-at-lewisboro-library2130-adult-book-groups-at-lewisboro-library

Book covers for Beneath a Scarlet Sky and Homegoing

Lewisboro Library Book Group

The Lewisboro Library Book Group usually meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. The group does not meet in August or December. The book selection for THURSDAY, November 21 is Homegoing by Yaa GyasiBooks are available through the Westchester Library System. New members are always welcome in this adult, co-ed book group. For more information contact Myrna or Steve Shomstein at 533-2550.

Senior Book Group at South Salem Firehouse

This book group meets during the Lewisboro Senior Adults meeting at the South Salem Firehouse on the third Wednesday (usually) of each month at 11 am. The book selection for November 20 is Beneath a Scarlet Sky, by Mark Sullivan. The Library will provide copies of the book to all participants. Large print copies and CD audio books are also available upon request. All seniors are welcome to participate. Please contact the library if you need a copy of the book.

lewisborolibrary@gmail.com (Liz Gabriele) Neighbors Thu, 07 Nov 2019 11:01:12 -0500
Cutting the Cord: cost-saving alternatives to cable and satellite TV https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2112-cutting-the-cord-15725416882112-cutting-the-cord-1572541688 https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2112-cutting-the-cord-15725416882112-cutting-the-cord-1572541688

Cutting the Cord on Saturday, November 9, 2:00 pm at Lewisboro Library

At this seminar, people will learn cost-saving alternatives to cable and satellite television, what new streaming services are available, and how to determine what services are best for you.

Sign-up at http://www.lewisborolibrary.org/adult.htm.

lewisborolibrary@gmail.com (Liz Gabriele) Events Tue, 05 Nov 2019 10:07:12 -0500
Raising Millennials Comedy Show at Bedford Playhouse on Thursday https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2116-raising-millennials-at-bedford-playhouse-on-thursday2116-raising-millennials-at-bedford-playhouse-on-thursday https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2116-raising-millennials-at-bedford-playhouse-on-thursday2116-raising-millennials-at-bedford-playhouse-on-thursday

“Raising Millennials (It’s Our Own Damn Fault!)” this Thursday, November 7 at Bedford Playhouse

Baby Boomers!  Generation X, Gen Y and Z!   And now there’s Generation Alpha!

Confused? Struggling to raise kids who are consuming a steady diet of Tablets, Smartphones, and Apps? How’d things get so off-kilter? And whose fault is it anyway!?

We don’t have a clue how to fix it…. But we sure can spend a couple of hours laughing about it!

“Raising Millennials (It’s Our Own Damn Fault!)” is a stand-up comedy show performed by and about parents trying to catch their breath as they raise Millennial kids in a cyber-speed world.

Learn more and purchase tickets HERE. 

kerry@ducey.org (Bedford Playhouse) Events Tue, 05 Nov 2019 10:05:37 -0500
Westchester County Families: Learn What Ridgefield Academy Can Offer Your Child! https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/places/2115-westchester-county-families-learn-what-ridgefield-academy-can-offer-your-child2115-westchester-county-families-learn-what-ridgefield-academy-can-offer-your-child https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/places/2115-westchester-county-families-learn-what-ridgefield-academy-can-offer-your-child2115-westchester-county-families-learn-what-ridgefield-academy-can-offer-your-child

Westchester County Families: Learn What Ridgefield Academy Can Offer Your Child!

Research proves that a strong, early academic foundation is critical to ensure future success in high school, college and beyond. Ridgefield Academy helps students in Kindergarten-Grade 8 build that foundation through a forward-thinking, integrated educational program. Our entire community is dedicated to helping students build the necessary skills to become accomplished leaders, public speakers, and critical thinkers. RA students graduate as authentically self-assured individuals who have a strong sense of self, exceptional confidence, and are prepared for what comes next.

Learn what Ridgefield Academy can offer you child at our Take a Look Tuesday on November 12 from 9AM to 11AM. We are conveniently located only 12 miles from Bedford Center. Hear from our Head of School, Tom Main, about the benefits of RA’s independent preschool through Grade 8 education. Experience our dynamic classrooms in action. Tour our beautiful campus and see firsthand how our students thrive and their unique talents are cultivated by talented faculty who inspire a joy of learning.

Come see why our parents say, “RA educates rather than teaches.”

RSVP here or contact Director of Enrollment David Suter at 203-894-1800 x112 or via dsuter@ridgefieldacademy.org. We would be delighted to meet you.

Curious about what other parents say about RA? We invite you to view videos on the RA experience.

Can’t make it on November 12? Visit RA during these upcoming Take a Look Tuesdays:

  •      December 10
  •      April 21

The Ridgefield Academy and Landmark Preschool community celebrates childhood, pursues excellence, and cultivates kindness. Our educational program is intellectually inspiring, and we foster joyful learning and mutual respect in all that we do. We empower each student to rise to their authentic self, preparing confident graduates who shape their future with ingenuity and integrity. Visit today!


kerry@ducey.org (Andrea Grady) Places Tue, 05 Nov 2019 09:55:53 -0500
Lewisboro Garden Club sponsors herb lecture and tea workshop on November 7 https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2106-herb-lecture-and-tea-workshop2106-herb-lecture-and-tea-workshop https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2106-herb-lecture-and-tea-workshop2106-herb-lecture-and-tea-workshop

Lewisboro Garden Club sponsors herb lecture and tea workshop on Thursday, November 7, 7:00 pm

Xenia Dambrosia, a landscape artist and herb specialist, will address growing, selecting and drying of herbs to maintain their quality. Anyone interested in mixing energizing herb teas can do so at the end of the lecture for a $10 fee. Sponsored by the Lewisboro Garden Club.

Sign-up at http://www.lewisborolibrary.org/adult.htm.

lewisborolibrary@gmail.com (Liz Gabriele) Events Thu, 31 Oct 2019 15:11:02 -0400
Teen Adventure Hike and Pizza Party at Leon Levy Preserve on Tuesday! https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2109-teen-adventure-hike-pizza-party2109-teen-adventure-hike-pizza-party https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2109-teen-adventure-hike-pizza-party2109-teen-adventure-hike-pizza-party

Teen Adventure Hike and Pizza Party at Leon Levy Preserve on Tuesday, November 5, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

It's Election Day! Take a guided hike through Leon Levy Preserve to the Black Mansion and ruins of a 19th century farmhouse. Cliffs, wetlands, and forests. 3 - 4 miles. Pizza party at the native plant garden. Co-sponsored with the Lewisboro Land Trust. All hikers must turn in this WAIVER signed by a parent before setting off on the hike. Raindate November 11.

Sign-up and for waiver at http://www.lewisborolibrary.org/teen.htm.

lewisborolibrary@gmail.com (Liz Gabriele) Events Thu, 31 Oct 2019 15:09:06 -0400
Election Day Scavenger Hunt at Lewisboro Library https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2110-election-day-scavenger-hunt2110-election-day-scavenger-hunt https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2110-election-day-scavenger-hunt2110-election-day-scavenger-hunt

Election Day Scavenger Hunt at Lewisboro Library, Tuesday, November 5, 2:00 pm

Grades 3 - 5. In honor of Election Day, we're teaching Civics! Wait! Don't run away! We're teaching it by scavenging around the Library looking for answers!

Sign-up at http://www.lewisborolibrary.org/children.htm.

lewisborolibrary@gmail.com (Liz Gabriele) Events Thu, 31 Oct 2019 15:07:48 -0400
Foxtrot Home Ridgefield Grand Opening and Soiree November 2 https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/places/2102-grand-opening2102-grand-opening https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/places/2102-grand-opening2102-grand-opening

Foxtrot Home is hosting a grand opening of their new retail shop at 622 Main Street, Ridgefield, CT on Saturday, 11/2/19 at 10am. Featured will be, Foxtrot Home Antiques & Vintage, Autentico Paints USA , Nora Murphy of Nora Murphy Country House, Collin Robison of Hound House, plus more. Prizes, raffles, food and beverages provided. Ribbon cutting will begin with the Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce at 10:30am.

Kristin Crump & Christopher Ambrosio, Owners of Foxtrot Home will be onsite discussing painting with Autentico, conducting painting and waxing demonstrations, assisting with color selections, discussing custom refinishing and design plus more.

Nora Murphy, Owner and creator of Nora Murphy Country House will be at the shop discussing and signing her best-selling book Nora Murphy Country House & Style with a curated vignette of her popular Hunt Club. Nora is an award-winning blogger and interior designer.   Nora is also the on-air Lifestyle Contributor on WFSB’s popular Better Connecticut program.

Collin Robison & Trent DeBerry, Founders of Hound House will be onsite sharing the inspiration behind the Hound House olfactive catalog for their popular candles and soaps.

“We are thrilled to bring our love of eclectic and inspired interiors as well antique, vintage and authentic paint lines to the wonderful town of Ridgefield, CT. We are happy to highlight the work of our talented friends and colleagues as part of the artisan collective at Foxtrot Home” – Kristin Crump

kristin@foxtrothome.com (A. Fox) Places Thu, 31 Oct 2019 15:03:24 -0400
Register TODAY for Boys & Girls Club of Ridgefield Turkey Trot and SAVE https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2095-run-for-your-turkey-register-now-for-the-38th-annual-turkey-trot-benefiting-boys-girls-club-of-ridgefield2095-run-for-your-turkey-register-now-for-the-38th-annual-turkey-trot-benefiting-boys-girls-club-of-ridgefield https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2095-run-for-your-turkey-register-now-for-the-38th-annual-turkey-trot-benefiting-boys-girls-club-of-ridgefield2095-run-for-your-turkey-register-now-for-the-38th-annual-turkey-trot-benefiting-boys-girls-club-of-ridgefield

Run for your turkey! Register NOW for the 38th annual Turkey Trot benefiting Boys & Girls Club of Ridgefield and save $5 per registrant (this isn't a TRICK!)

The Turkey Trot clock is ticking! Register by todayThursday, October 31 for discounted pricing (save $5 per registrant) for the 38th Annual Turkey Trot & Kids Fun Run benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of Ridgefield! 

The Turkey Trot takes place on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 28, promptly at 8:00am. Early Bird pricing ($30) is available now through October 31st, so be sure to register today! 

Why should you run in the Turkey Trot? Here are our Top 5 reasons:

1. It's FUN

2. You will burn 400 plus calories and can feast guilt-free

3. "Running" into friends, community members and running enthusiasts will make you even more THANKFUL

4. You might win a prize

5. DRUM ROLL .... you will help the Boys & Girls Club of Ridgefield fulfill their mission: to inspire and enable all young people to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. 

If you would like to register online at a later time, you may visit our website at www.bgcridgefield.org, and click on the Turkey Trot 2019 page under the Events tab; there you will also find a paper registration form you can download to mail in.  You can also stop by the Front Desk of the Club, Monday to Friday, from 10:00am to 6:30pm for in-person registration!
It wouldn't be Thanksgiving in Ridgefield without the Boys & Girls Club Turkey Trot!

Race Length
Turkey Trot: 5K road race
Kids Fun Run: 1/2 mile road race
Entry Fees: Early Bird Registration until Oct. 31: $30
Pre-Race Registration Nov. 1 to Nov. 24: $35
Week of Thanksgiving Registration Nov. 25 to Nov. 28: $40
Kids' Fun Run: $15

Bib Pick Up
Bibs and Tee-Shirts may be picked up at Boys & Girls Club on:
Monday, Nov. 25 from 12noon to 6pm
Tuesday, Nov. 26 from 12noon to 6pm
Wednesday, Nov. 27 from 10am to 6pm
Race day beginning at 7am

Join the Boys & Girls Club for their Annual Pasta Dinner, sponsored by Planet Pizza on Wednesday, November 27 from 4pm to 6pm at the Club!  Come down to pick up your bib, see the Club, and visit with friends!

register today!

If you have any questions regarding registration, please feel free to contact Gerry Hawaux at 203-438-8821 ext. 16,  ghawaux@bgcridgefield.org, or Kristin Goncalves at ext. 17,  kgoncalves@bgcridgefield.org, they are happy to assist you.

kerry@ducey.org (HH) Events Thu, 31 Oct 2019 06:06:00 -0400
Middle School at RA: Learning How to Learn, Open House Nov. 2 https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/places/2103-middle-school-at-ra-learning-how-to-learn-open-house-nov-22103-middle-school-at-ra-learning-how-to-learn-open-house-nov-2 https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/places/2103-middle-school-at-ra-learning-how-to-learn-open-house-nov-22103-middle-school-at-ra-learning-how-to-learn-open-house-nov-2

Grades 6-8 Students Learn How to Learn at RA

Middle School is a pivotal time in a child’s life. These formative years set the foundation for who a child will become, emotionally and intellectually. Our Grades 6-8 program is a truly comprehensive educational experience, designed specifically to develop the whole child, and is delivered by faculty who understand and celebrate this developmental stage in a child’s life. Their great passion is knowing their students as individuals within our vibrant community.

Our students engage in forward-thinking, lifeworthy educational experiences that develop essential critical thinking, reading, writing, and public speaking skills. Our dynamic teachers encourage risk-taking and nurture the collaborative, creative, and leadership skills that are in demand. And yet, old-fashioned kindness informs who we are and what we do as a community. Students rise to their authentic selves and have the self-assuredness to not just ask “Why?” but to ask “Why not?” They graduate prepared for success in even the most challenging high school programs and beyond.

We understand how middle schoolers learn and we find it very exciting!

K-8 By Design

The continuity of our K-8 model provides a safe place away from the distractions and pressures of high school so that students develop self-esteem as they meet challenges and become confident role models who contribute to their athletic teams, peers, and communities.

Intentionally Connected Learning

A child’s body and mind develop more rapidly during early adolescence than at any other stage other than the first two years of life. Guided by our Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning, we intentionally design interdisciplinary educational experiences that speak directly to the experience of a middle schooler using themes such as “change.” Learning that is not siloed, but intentionally relational allows students to make connections, consider multiple perspectives, and deepen their understanding.

Learning How to Learn

Too often students are given information, instructions, and objectives, and then receive grades without ever being asked to think about learning. We believe education is more than a series of tests and a body of knowledge to memorize. At a time when students are becoming aware of their own thoughts and those of others, RA MS students learn how to construct well-written essays, advocate for their ideas around a Harkness table, and through our public speaking program, deliver remarks with confidence and poise. They learn how to learn in a joyful and engaging academic environment and in the context of supportive and caring relationships with their teachers and peers.

Leadership and Independence

Our teachers partner with our students while respecting their heightened need for independence. We trust our middle schoolers to problem-solve and to lead. They are provided with many opportunities, from Service Learning, to partnering with their Kindergarten buddies, so that they may exercise these skills and become active change agents.

Authentically Self-Assured Students

Individualized instruction allows students to take risks, question the world around them, and become strong, independent thinkers. Our Middle School students blossom as hidden talents unfold and confidence grows through participation in one of our 14 different sports teams, electives, technology, band, drama, chorus, visual and digital arts. Students are taught to become allies to those who need help and our Wellness Program provides them with information they need to build healthy relationships, make sound decisions, and have a positive self-image.

RA students are challenged to pursue excellence in all of their endeavors. They do so with the support of dynamic teachers and a kind community. They learn how to learn and as they discover the world, they discover themselves. They graduate as authentically self-assured students prepared for success in even the most challenging high school programs and beyond.

Attend our Nov. 2 Open House for students entering Grades 4-8. Parents can enjoy learning about our Middle School program, meeting administrators and touring RA’s facilities. Students will take part in an aerodynamic design project in our beautiful makerspace. After learning about flight, students create a cardboard flyer, and shape it on a laser cutter. Set a new flight record as we test all the flyers!

Visit https://www.ridgefieldacademy.org/admission/visit-our-campus for more information

kerry@ducey.org (Andrea Grady) Places Wed, 30 Oct 2019 05:42:28 -0400
Take a Look Tuesdays at Landmark Preschool in Bedford https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2101-take-a-look-tuesdays-at-landmark-preschool-in-bedford2101-take-a-look-tuesdays-at-landmark-preschool-in-bedford https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2101-take-a-look-tuesdays-at-landmark-preschool-in-bedford2101-take-a-look-tuesdays-at-landmark-preschool-in-bedford

Childhood is celebrated at Landmark Preschool

This is at the center of all we do in the classroom and on the playground! Our great passion is knowing our students as individuals within our vibrant community and sharing with them the joy of learning. Our intentionally connected curriculum is brought to life by our engaging teachers and fosters our students’ natural curiosity and openness to the world.

Interested in learning more? Join us at our Landmark Preschool Bedford Campus at 10:00 am on October 29 and select Tuesdays through March. Take a tour of our school. Meet our teachers. Watch a classroom in action. Feel the energy and enthusiasm they bring to all that they do. See how our talented faculty are committed to inspiring joyful learning with our students.

The strength of our programs and the culture of kindness in our community is vibrant, and you will experience it best when you come to take a look. Dates: October 29, November 12, December 3, January 14, February 4, March 10.

For more information or to RSVP, call Director Kimberly Swabsin at 914-234-2300 or visit https://www.landmarkpreschool.org/bedford-take-a-look. 

The Ridgefield Academy and Landmark Preschool community celebrates childhood, pursues excellence, and cultivates kindness. Our education program is intellectually inspiring, and we foster joyful learning and mutual respect in all that we do. We empower each student to rise to their authentic self, preparing confident graduates who shape their future with ingenuity and integrity

kerry@ducey.org (Andrea Grady) Events Fri, 25 Oct 2019 08:02:48 -0400
Drawing with a Difference on October 29 at Lewisboro Library https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2099-drawing-with-a-difference2099-drawing-with-a-difference https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/events/2099-drawing-with-a-difference2099-drawing-with-a-difference

Drawing with a Difference on Tuesday, October 29, 4:30 pm

Preschoolers-Grades 5. Develop your creativity through this unique approach to "still point" drawing. Using your left and right hand and with your eyes closed have fun and relax with this freeing approach to drawing.  Space is limited.

Please sign-up online at http://www.lewisborolibrary.org/children.htm.

lewisborolibrary@gmail.com (Liz Gabriele) Events Thu, 24 Oct 2019 10:44:32 -0400
ACT of Connecticut Offers Voice Lessons with Acclaimed NYC Vocal Technique Teacher https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/life/2100-act-of-connecticut-offers-voice-lessons-with-acclaimed-nyc-vocal-technique-teacher2100-act-of-connecticut-offers-voice-lessons-with-acclaimed-nyc-vocal-technique-teacher https://news.hamlethub.com/lewisboro/life/2100-act-of-connecticut-offers-voice-lessons-with-acclaimed-nyc-vocal-technique-teacher2100-act-of-connecticut-offers-voice-lessons-with-acclaimed-nyc-vocal-technique-teacher

Are you looking to improve your vocal performance? ACT of Connecticut invites you to sign up for voice lessons with Diane Tauser, an established New York City vocal technique teacher, musical performance coach and produced composer/lyricist.

She will be teaching lessons this fall and will offer exclusive 5-lesson packages on Sunday afternoons, from November 17 - December 15.

To learn more, visit actofct.org/voice.

kerry@ducey.org (ACT of CT) Life Tue, 22 Oct 2019 15:50:52 -0400