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C.H. Booth Library Annual Appeal Launches
: The C.H. Booth Library needs your help! Covid-19 has impacted our beloved institution along with so many others. Unfortunately, we were not able to hold our spring fundraiser and our very popular Turkey Trot will have to be virtual this
Connecticut DMV amends extension of deadlines for several credentials
: The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) today announced that the agency is extending deadlines again for several expiring credentials. The change impacts credentials that expired between March 10, 2020 through November 30, 2020. Late fees will be waived for qualifying credentials Deadlines
DEEP Responding to Oil Spill in Sympaug Brook in Danbury
: The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is overseeing the clean-up of an oil spill into the Sympaug Brook in Danbury, which flows into the Still River. According to DEEP Emergency Response and Spill Prevention staff, the spill resulted
Scare COVID Out of Newtown! First Annual Scarecrow Contest
: Scarecrow Contest 2020 Individuals, families, businesses, sports teams and organizations are invited to participate in this event being held at Fairfield Hills throughout the month of October. Adopt a Fairfield Hills lamp post of your choice during the month of October! If
Newtown Parks & Rec Babysitter Safety Class!
: Newtown Parks & Rec offers Babysitter Safety Class! Get certified to babysit! Two sessions will be held at Newtown Senior Center (8 Simpson Street) for kids ages 11-17. Session #1: Mondays October 5 to October 12 and Session #2 Mondays November 30
RVNAhealth Named 2020 Top Workplace - Again!
: And Eight Makes a Charm … In a year marked by unprecedented demands on the healthcare industry, RVNAhealth is especially proud to be recognized as a 2020 Top Workplace For the 8th time since 2011, RVNAhealth has earned a Top Workplaces award
Phase 3 of Connecticut's Reopen Plan Set to Begin October 8
: The changes will increase capacities for certain businesses, including restaurants, personal services, libraries and performing arts venues, while ensuring safety protocols are still in effect. Phase 3 Business Changes: Increase from 50% to 75% capacity indoors subject to COVID-19 safety requirements Restaurants Personal Services Libraries Outdoor
Could Mobile Voting Strengthen Our Democracy? Join Local Author John Patrick for Free Webinar on Sept. 30
: Join Danbury resident, author, and Internet pioneer, John Patrick for a timely (and free) webinar about the future of elections on Wednesday, September 30, at 7pm. Patrick will be discussing how the future of elections in the United States could
Why Small Businesses Matter in Newtown (Reimagined): Whip Salon
: Why Small Businesses Matter Reimagined Small businesses matter - now more than ever. They are answering the call with innovation and determination like never before. We hope you join us in supporting them by sharing their story far and wide and shopping
Road Work on the Boulevard in Newtown
: Road work (milling and paving) will begin on the Boulevard between Church Hill Road and School House Hill Road, on Thursday, September 24. While the road will remain open, delays are expected and alternate routes are recommended.
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Newtown Parks & Rec Announces Fall Dog Classes!
Published on Tuesday, 15 September 2020 12:06
Written by HH
Fall 2020 Dog Classes in Newtown
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