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New Milford resident, WCSU Professor JC Barone wins Best Documentary at international film festival
: Western Connecticut State University Professor of Communication and Media Arts Dr. JC Barone was invited to screen his new documentary, “a life we imagined,” this summer at the prestigious Jane Austen International Film Festival, a competitive independent festival held annually
New website showcases Connecticut state parks
: Governor Ned Lamont today announced the launch of CTParks.com, the new official website for Connecticut State Parks. The website offers visitors with an innovative online platform showcasing Connecticut State Parks in a more exciting, user-friendly way to help them engage with,
Western Connecticut Youth Orchestra starts new season titled Storytelling
: The Western Connecticut Youth Orchestra (WCYO), based in Ridgefield, but made up of youth musicians from 26 towns in Connecticut and southwestern New York State, has started its 2023/24 season titled “Storytelling”. Weekly rehearsals for the WCYO‘s three large ensembles –
Governor Lamont Directs Flags To Remain Lowered Monday in Observance of 9/11 Anniversary
: Governor Ned Lamont today announced that he is directing U.S. and state flags in Connecticut to remain lowered at half-staff on Monday, September 11, 2023, in remembrance of the nearly 3,000 people who were killed in the 2001 terrorist attacks
Housatonic Habitat for Humanity to Hold Fall Fundraiser at the Ridgefield Playhouse October 4
: Housatonic Habitat for Humanity is excited to announce it is holding its signature Blueprints & Blue Jeans Fall Fundraiser October 4 at the Ridgefield Playhouse. The fundraiser will celebrate 31 years of building homes, communities and hope in the Western Connecticut
WCSU and the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut partner to showcase young artists
: High school-age artists from across Connecticut are invited to submit their work for a Student Art Showcase, with selections exhibited at the Western Connecticut State University Art Gallery. The Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut is collaborating with WCSU for this new
Globe Trotting Caravan of Thieves of Gypsy Jazz Fame Headline Merryall’s Annual Autumn Gala on September 9
: Reception at 6 pm, followed by a swinging, serenading, mesmerizing concert at 7 pm Merryall invites you to clap your hands, stomp your feet, and sing along to the magical sounds of Caravan of Thieves and their high-intensity, driving gypsy rhythms.
Scarrybrooke Park CT's Haunted Trail
: Prepared to be SCARED! Scarrybrooke Park Haunted Trail October 13, 14, 20 & 21 of 2023 will be the NEW Haunted Trail at Harrybrooke Park! Prepare for the scare! Returning for its eighth year, CT's Haunted trail at Scarrybrooke Park returns with
New Milford Public Library September Art Exhibit
: Encaustic Painting. Title: "Shipwrecked" New Milford Public Library will host Imaginative Works, an exhibit of mixed media work by artist Tarol Samuelson. The display may be viewed during regular library hours from August 28 through September 29, 2023. Tarol is an accomplished, high-spirited,
Christ the King’s annual Harvest Festival is September 16 & 17, 2023!
: Our King’s Rummage Sale attracts bargain hunters and treasure seekers from all over Southeastern Connecticut. You never know what you'll find! There’s furniture, jewelry, artwork, housewares, toys, sporting goods, books, CDs, and DVDs, linens, holiday decorations, and more! We have fall plants and
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