Ridgefield's HamletHub https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield Thu, 21 Nov 2019 17:18:31 -0500 HamletHub.com Ridgefield REALTORS Help Our Neighbors in Need During the Holidays https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/neighbors/64953-ridgefield-realtors-help-our-neighbors-in-need-during-the-holidays64953-ridgefield-realtors-help-our-neighbors-in-need-during-the-holidays https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/neighbors/64953-ridgefield-realtors-help-our-neighbors-in-need-during-the-holidays64953-ridgefield-realtors-help-our-neighbors-in-need-during-the-holidays

Ridgefield REALTORS (RBOR) kicked off the Holiday Season with a Happy Hour Coat Drive Thursday evening at Bartolo's. RBOR Affiliate Partner, Tom Gartrell of Sunburst Plumbing sponsored the event and with the help of LouAnn Daprato will deliver nearly a 100 coats to the Dorothy Day Hospitality Center in Danbury.

Invited guests, Ridgefield's newly elected Select Women and Men, REALTOR Maureen Kozlark, Barbara Manners, Bob Hebert, Sean Connelly and First Selectman Rudy Marconi joined the festivities and congratulated RBOR’s newly elected 2020 RBOR officers, Lynne Boehm President, Kyle Neumann President-Elect, Annmarie Del Franco Secretary and Jefferson Guthrie Treasurer.

On Friday, December 6th at the Ridgefield Holiday Stroll and Saturday, December 7th, Ridgefield REALTORS will be manning Salvation Army Kettles at locations around town. Ninety percent (90%) of your donations benefit Ridgefield Social Services. Please join Ridgefield REALTORS in helping those less fortunate during the Holiday season.   

The Ridgefield Board of REALTORS®, chartered in 1961 by the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), is the local chapter of the not-for-profit professional trade organization. It is the leading advocate for private property rights, housing and the real estate profession.

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kerry@ducey.org (Laura Rubinfeld) Neighbors Thu, 21 Nov 2019 08:51:58 -0500
Ridgefielder Jan Triani Runs Philadelphia Marathon for Let Me Run, Shares Passion for Wellness with Local Boys https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/neighbors/64952-ridgefield-resident-jan-triani-to-run-philadelphia-marathon-for-nonprofit-let-me-run64952-ridgefield-resident-jan-triani-to-run-philadelphia-marathon-for-nonprofit-let-me-run https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/neighbors/64952-ridgefield-resident-jan-triani-to-run-philadelphia-marathon-for-nonprofit-let-me-run64952-ridgefield-resident-jan-triani-to-run-philadelphia-marathon-for-nonprofit-let-me-run

Ridgefield Resident Jan Triani to Run Philadelphia Marathon for Let Me Run

This weekend, Ridgefielder Jan Triani will run in the Philadelphia Marathon in the name of a nonprofit she is passionate about - Let Me Run.

A nonprofit that inspires boys to be themselves, be active, and belong, Let Me Run offers a comprehensive curriculum that applies the power of running, the program encourages boys to develop their psychological, emotional and social health, in addition to their physical health. Triani is the Regional Director of Let Me Run, Fairfield County.

Twice a week for seven weeks, two trained volunteer coaches lead an elementary or middle school team through practice. Designed to amplify confidence, self-expression, and respect for others, each practice includes a lesson from the Let Me Run curriculum that incorporates running, games and activities. Each fall and spring season culminates in a 5k race festival that celebrates the boys’ personal growth.

On November 3, three Ridgefield teams comprised of students from Farmingville Elementary School, Veterans Park, and St. Mary School participated tried to outrun the police in Cops and Robbers, as part of Let Me Run.  "The Let Me Run program nurtures and celebrates every aspect of what it really means to be a boy, and we let them run," explains Triani. 

Triani says that over 130 boys from Fairfield Country completed in the race that was hosted by the Ridgefield Police Benevolent Association. The Let Me Run teams, twelve in total, were comprised of residents from  Darien, New Canaan, Newtown, Ridgefield, and Rowayton. 

The Cops and Robbers 5K was the final part of Let Me Run's 7 week emotional wellness program which focuses on combining exercise with fun activities and lessons to help boys learn teamwork, build relationship skills, create friendships, grow emotionally, amplify their self-esteem, empower themselves and others, and live an active lifestyle. 

Interested in being part of Fairfield County's Let Me Run? "We will have a spring season and are always looking for coach volunteers and would love to expand the program to any school or local YMCA."  Please contact Jan Triani at jant@letmerun.org.

In order to keep membership costs down and to provide scholarships, Let Me Run also welcomes community support in the form of donations. This weekend, Triani will be running in the Philadelphia Marathon in the name of Let Me Run. You can support Triani and this important nonprofit by clicking HERE.

To learn more about the Let Me Run program watch this video and visit LetMeRun.org

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kerry@ducey.org (HH) Neighbors Thu, 21 Nov 2019 08:49:38 -0500
109 Cheese and Wine Tasting Event on Friday with Founder & Winegrower from Raptor Ridge Winery https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/events/64950-109-cheese-and-wine-tasting-event-on-friday-with-founder-winegrower-from-raptor-ridge-winery64950-109-cheese-and-wine-tasting-event-on-friday-with-founder-winegrower-from-raptor-ridge-winery https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/events/64950-109-cheese-and-wine-tasting-event-on-friday-with-founder-winegrower-from-raptor-ridge-winery64950-109-cheese-and-wine-tasting-event-on-friday-with-founder-winegrower-from-raptor-ridge-winery

Scott Shull Founder and Winegrower from Raptor Ridge Winery at 109 Cheese & Wine on Friday, November 22 from 4 to 7pm

Come to 109 Cheese and Wine on Friday for a special in-store tasting with Scott Shull founder and winegrower from Raptor Ridge Winery! 

Since 1989, Scott Shull has been making Oregon wines-first as an independent producer, and since 1995 as a commercial winemaker at Raptor Ridge Winery. Scott strives to craft wines that are interesting to the palate and to the mind-wines of complexity, finesse and place. Born in Kentucky and raised in Des Peres, Missouri, Scott is a self-taught winemaker, having learned by doing, reading, and attending extension service courses on viticulture and enology offered by U.C. Davis, Oregon State University, and Chemeketa Community College, and by participating in the Willamette Valley's Westside Winemakers Club for a number of years.

Scott serves on the board of Oregon Pinot Camp. Previously, he has served as a board member of Gov. Ted Kulongoski's Brand Oregon campaign; was a founding director of the Oregon Wine Board; and is president emeritus of the Chehalem Mountains Winegrowers Association.

Learn more about this special wine tasting event on Facebook here.

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kerry@ducey.org (109 Cheese & Wine) Events Thu, 21 Nov 2019 07:20:54 -0500
Local Volunteers Wrap and Transport Hundreds of Books, KTM&HC Offers Thanks! https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/neighbors/64949-local-volunteers-wrap-and-transport-hundreds-of-books-ktm-hc-offers-thanks64949-local-volunteers-wrap-and-transport-hundreds-of-books-ktm-hc-offers-thanks https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/neighbors/64949-local-volunteers-wrap-and-transport-hundreds-of-books-ktm-hc-offers-thanks64949-local-volunteers-wrap-and-transport-hundreds-of-books-ktm-hc-offers-thanks

Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center (KTM&HC) thanks many community organizations and individuals who bring literary joy to Christmas Luncheon guests 

Just when you think your volunteers couldn't be any nicer, a group of 15 people show up and spend four hours in the Carriage Barn wrapping and transporting over 850 books to give away at the upcoming Christmas Luncheons.

Thank you never seems like enough, but know we are grateful for all that you do: Ridgefield Women's Club, NCL Ridgefield, Ridgefield Library and KTM&HC'S volunteers including Hilary Micalizzi and John Wong.

Tickets for the Christmas Luncheons (and your free Secret Santa book) are here.

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kerry@ducey.org (KTMHC) Neighbors Thu, 21 Nov 2019 06:50:02 -0500
Ridgefield Police Stuff a Cruiser During Holiday Stroll https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/charities/64872-ridgefield-police-stuff-a-cruiser-during-holiday-stroll64872-ridgefield-police-stuff-a-cruiser-during-holiday-stroll https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/charities/64872-ridgefield-police-stuff-a-cruiser-during-holiday-stroll64872-ridgefield-police-stuff-a-cruiser-during-holiday-stroll

The Ridgefield Police Benevolent Association, in partnership with the Marine Corps League, will host a Holiday for the Stuff a Cruiser Toy Drive during Ridgefield's Holiday Stroll, on Saturday, December 7 between 10 am and 2 pm in front of the Toy Chest. 

This is part of the Marine Toys for Tots program. 

You are encouraged to donate a new, unwrapped toy which will be donated to a child in need. The Toy Chest will be offering a 10% disconty on all toys purchased for the drive. 

This event is being held in partnership with the Marine Corps League and the Toy Chest.

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kerry@ducey.org (HH) Charities Thu, 21 Nov 2019 06:45:00 -0500
The Fountain Inn Heads to Public Hearing for Special Permit Application on Nov. 26 https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/politics/64948-the-fountain-inn-heads-to-public-hearing-for-special-permit-application-on-nov-2664948-the-fountain-inn-heads-to-public-hearing-for-special-permit-application-on-nov-26 https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/politics/64948-the-fountain-inn-heads-to-public-hearing-for-special-permit-application-on-nov-2664948-the-fountain-inn-heads-to-public-hearing-for-special-permit-application-on-nov-26

Douglas Haynes, a former resident of Ridgefield who now resides in Sleepy Hollow, has filed a permit with the Town of Ridgefield to transform 114 Main Street, his former 8 bed, 9 bath home, to The Fountain Inn.

According to the Town records, Haynes received a Commercial Building Permit (CT Class II) from the Town. The property Health Department Permit is "pending". Haynes filed for a Food License for a seating capacity of eight. 

Planning & Zoning will hold a Public Hearing on November 26 to review a Special Permit Application for the property.

*Image courtesy Zillow

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kerry@ducey.org (HH) Politics Thu, 21 Nov 2019 05:50:56 -0500
Fit Club OPEN HOUSE on Saturday: Demo Classes, Beverage Samples, Massages https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/places/64867-fit-club-open-house-on-november-23-demo-classes-beverage-samples-massages64867-fit-club-open-house-on-november-23-demo-classes-beverage-samples-massages https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/places/64867-fit-club-open-house-on-november-23-demo-classes-beverage-samples-massages64867-fit-club-open-house-on-november-23-demo-classes-beverage-samples-massages

Fit Club OPEN HOUSE this Saturday, November 23 from 9am to 3pm

Demo classes, beverage samples, massages, and MORE!

Join us on November 23rd and see what Fit Club - Ridgefield’s premier fitness center - has to offer.

There will be half-hour demo classes that you can participate in, raffle prizes, trainer-led turf classes, complimentary chair massages by Susi Laura Massage, beverage samples from Drinx Unlimited, and more

Fit Club offers a variety of classes, state of the art equipment including the area’s only Jacob’s Ladder, Woodway and Air Assault treadmills. You will love our far infrared saunas and spacious locker rooms with full amenities. With everything included in your membership you can do it ALL!

Fit Club is located at 66 Grove Street. Visit FitClub online here.

 

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kerry@ducey.org (Fit Club) Places Thu, 21 Nov 2019 04:12:00 -0500
Angel of Ridgefield Makes First Charitable Donation https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/charities/64947-angel-of-ridgefield-makes-first-charitable-donation64947-angel-of-ridgefield-makes-first-charitable-donation https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/charities/64947-angel-of-ridgefield-makes-first-charitable-donation64947-angel-of-ridgefield-makes-first-charitable-donation

Angel of Ridgefield, Inc. a 501c3 public charity created by Stephanie Heering and Siobhan Santini to continue the legacy of their sister Sharron McCleery Lavatori.

The charity completed its inaugural fundraiser last month at a celebrity bartender event at Posa Ristorante which was attended by more than 200 people.

Pictured here is Stephanie Heering presenting Tony Phillips, Ridgefield’s Director or Social Services, with a check representing the charity’s first-ever donation. The funds will be utilized by the town to help families in need, something Sharron spent decades doing.

Angel of Ridgefield will be at Stop & Shop this Saturday from 9am until 12 noon collecting groceries which will be given to the Ridgefield Food Bank.

Those who can’t make it this Saturday but wish to donate can contact Stephanie at 203-297-4752 to make arrangements.

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kerry@ducey.org (Robb Heering) Charities Wed, 20 Nov 2019 13:31:32 -0500
Ridgefield Music Matters Announces that Funkraiser will Return in 2020! https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/events/64946-ridgefield-music-matters-announces-that-funkraiser-will-return-in-202064946-ridgefield-music-matters-announces-that-funkraiser-will-return-in-2020 https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/events/64946-ridgefield-music-matters-announces-that-funkraiser-will-return-in-202064946-ridgefield-music-matters-announces-that-funkraiser-will-return-in-2020

Ridgefield Music Matters, a group that supports RPS music programs, has announced that Funkraiser will return to the Ridgefield Playhouse on April 24, 2020! Mark your calendars! Doors open at 6pm and the performance begins at 7pm.

This will be a musical evening featuring students, teachers and a headliner band rocking it out!

Learn more about Ridgefield Music Matters here.

 

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kerry@ducey.org (Ridgefield Music Matters) Events Wed, 20 Nov 2019 11:49:53 -0500
Running for Turkey and Supporting Boys & Girls Club of Ridgefield - ONE WEEK AWAY! https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/events/64945-running-for-turkey-and-supporting-boys-girls-club-of-ridgefield-one-week-away64945-running-for-turkey-and-supporting-boys-girls-club-of-ridgefield-one-week-away https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/events/64945-running-for-turkey-and-supporting-boys-girls-club-of-ridgefield-one-week-away64945-running-for-turkey-and-supporting-boys-girls-club-of-ridgefield-one-week-away

Do you want to be as happy as the guy in this picture (who happens to be Kevin Briody)?

Register NOW for the 38th Annual Turkey Trot & Kids Fun Run benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of Ridgefield! It's ONE WEEK AWAY!

The Turkey Trot takes place on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 28, promptly at 8:00am. Spend an unforgettable morning with a thousand awesome people - register today! 

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!
 
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.
 
It wouldn't be Thanksgiving in Ridgefield without the Boys & Girls Club Turkey Trot!
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kerry@ducey.org (HH) Events Wed, 20 Nov 2019 11:15:34 -0500
Thanksgiving Survival Kit: Mix and Match Ancona's Top Holiday Picks https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/life/64944-thanksgiving-survival-kit-mix-and-match-ancona-s-top-holiday-picks64944-thanksgiving-survival-kit-mix-and-match-ancona-s-top-holiday-picks https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/life/64944-thanksgiving-survival-kit-mix-and-match-ancona-s-top-holiday-picks64944-thanksgiving-survival-kit-mix-and-match-ancona-s-top-holiday-picks

Mitch Ancona introduces Thanksgiving Survival KitMix and match 6 bottles (or more) and SAVE 20%

We've got a lot to be thankful for this holiday season, but you are at the top of the list.

That's right: YOU! We get to source incredible products, tell winemakers' stories, and get our hands on some super hard-to-find items all because of the support of our loyal customers.

To show our gratitude, Mitch, Codey, Juan, and I came up with our Thanksgiving Survival Kit: 9 wines that will be on our tables this Thanksgiving.

From Champagne to Finger Lakes dry Riesling, to Beaujolais, whatever your tastes, whatever your Thanksgiving menu, we've got you covered.

Now for the gratitude part: follow the link, put together any 6 bottles or more, and save 20%.

You read that correctly: 20% off any 6 wines from the Survival Kit.

Click Here for LIB Season 1, Episode 34 to find out why we picked these wines (or simply click the image with the arrow!)

2019 LIB Turkey Picks

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kerry@ducey.org (Ancona's Wines) Life Wed, 20 Nov 2019 11:02:33 -0500
ConnTours Highlight History and Culture: Ridgefield’s Among First Tours to Go Live https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/life/64943-conntours-highlight-history-and-culture-ridgefield-s-among-first-tours-to-go-live64943-conntours-highlight-history-and-culture-ridgefield-s-among-first-tours-to-go-live https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/life/64943-conntours-highlight-history-and-culture-ridgefield-s-among-first-tours-to-go-live64943-conntours-highlight-history-and-culture-ridgefield-s-among-first-tours-to-go-live

A painting of the Stebbins House, once a Battle of Ridgefield field hospital, now long gone from Ridgefield's Main Street. Its site is the beginning of the new ConnTours "Revolutionary War" walking tour in Ridgefield.

When Connecticut Humanities began planning the launch of a new free mobile app that would guide people to historic and cultural sites in the state, the organization partnered with the Ridgefield Historical Society to be the first participant in its town/city-based tours. The town is known for its wealth of historic sites and Connecticut Humanities recognizes and supports the efforts the Ridgefield Historical Society is making to preserve and protect the materials that bring history to life.

Working this summer with development consultant Kathryn Tufano, three interns, Amy Hellrigel, Jake Seem and Savannah Kiss, created a pair of walking tours that highlight Ridgefield history: “Revolutionary War” and “The Butcher, Baker & Candlestick Maker.” Still to come is “Main Street Architecture.” In addition to researching and writing the posts for each site on the tours, the interns walked them to ensure that the streetscape views coordinated with the history they were presenting.

Ideal for guiding guests to some of Ridgefield’s historic locations, the two tours are each planned to take about 45 minutes to complete. Parking is available at the Historical Society, 4 Sunset Lane, or at one of the municipal lots off Main Street. 

The Revolutionary War tour begins: “The events that occurred around Ridgefield in April 1777 constituted the only inland invasion of Connecticut during the Revolution. This tour follows the retreat of the British to the coast, showcases the sites where history was made, and introduces the critical players who galvanized Patriot forces against the crown.” Walkers start the route at the David Scott House, Ridgefield Historical Society headquarters, at 4 Sunset Lane, one of the 10 locations highlighted. 

“The Butcher, Baker & Candlestick Maker” answers the question: “What businesses comprised a town years ago?” It begins with the site of the Stebbins Homestead, now the Casagmo complex, on Main Street, where Benjamin Stebbins, one of the earliest settlers, operated his tannery. (During the Battle of Ridgefield, the Stebbins house served as a field hospital.) Other stops on and near Main Street include the site of the Richard W. Osborn home; the former location of the trading post known as “Tuppence” (now a private home on the south end of Main Street); the Gage Block (later the D.F. Bedient block); the Ridgefield Town Hall, which housed the Ridgefield Savings Bank for a number of years; the Sholes and Smith Shirt Factory (famous for its “Ridgefield Shirt”); the Benjamin Burt blacksmith shop; Whitlock’s Livery (later Sperry Livery); the Rockwell Candlestick Factory; Hiram K. Scott’s drug store (later Bissell’s); the S.S. Hurlbutt Meat Market; the King & Dole Store (now part of the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art); and The Big Shop (once at West Lane and Main Street, now off Bailey Avenue).

At each stop on these tours, the ConnTours app includes images from the Society’s extensive archives and pertinent information that is written to give tour participants a deeper understanding of the town’s history and the people who have been prominent in its growth.

The ConnTours app is available for Apple and Android users; for additional details, visit ridgefieldhistoricalsociety.org or call 203-438-5821.

 

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ridgefieldhistory@sbcglobal.net (Sharon Dunphy) Life Wed, 20 Nov 2019 10:15:19 -0500
Ridgefield Thrift Shop Offers Thanks to Community, $500,000 Donated to 72 Local Nonprofits https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/charities/64942-ridgefield-thrift-shop-offers-thanks-to-community-500-000-donated-to-72-local-nonprofits64942-ridgefield-thrift-shop-offers-thanks-to-community-500-000-donated-to-72-local-nonprofits https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/charities/64942-ridgefield-thrift-shop-offers-thanks-to-community-500-000-donated-to-72-local-nonprofits64942-ridgefield-thrift-shop-offers-thanks-to-community-500-000-donated-to-72-local-nonprofits

As we enter this time of Thanksgiving, we would like to take this opportunity to give thanks. In 2019, the Ridgefield Thrift Shop donated $500,000 — half a million dollars — to 72 other nonprofit organizations in the area. We couldn’t have done this without the very generous support of our community.

It has been a busy year. Most days you can find a line of eager shoppers at our door, waiting for our doors to open. Clothing, toys, and homegoods fly off the shelves almost as soon as our volunteers can put things out. Our recent Christmas display drew a record-breaking number of shoppers, and very quickly the overflowing displays began to look bare. Yet just as we despair that we will run out of goods, more donations arrive. A truck pulls up at our donation dock, loaded with household goods from a family that is moving out of the area. People drop off items left-over from a tag sale held over the weekend, or boxes of holiday decor that is no longer needed. The kitchen items, linens, books, clothing and toys are unpacked, the goods organized, cleaned and priced, and once again, our shelves our full.

We are frequently taken aback by the quality of the items we receive. Designer clothing — many pieces barely used, or with the tags still on — are received on a regular basis. We receive so much of this, in fact, that when we moved into our beautiful new location in the spring of 2017, we included a special designer area. We have received new televisions, beautiful furniture, expensive jewelry -- wonderful donations we are thrilled to have.

However, as much as we appreciate these valuable pieces, it’s the everyday items that are the bread and butter of our operation. The boxes and bags of toys, homegoods and apparel we receive every day allow us to continue our mission of supporting other non-profits in the area.

So thank you to our wonderful Ridgefield community for your continued support. We truly couldn’t do it without you!

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kerry@ducey.org (Diana Arfine) Charities Wed, 20 Nov 2019 08:43:00 -0500
ACT of CT Nominated for Fourteen Broadway World Connecticut Awards, Voting Now Open to the Public! https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/neighbors/64941-act-of-ct-nominated-for-fourteen-broadway-world-connecticut-awards-voting-now-open-to-the-public64941-act-of-ct-nominated-for-fourteen-broadway-world-connecticut-awards-voting-now-open-to-the-public https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/neighbors/64941-act-of-ct-nominated-for-fourteen-broadway-world-connecticut-awards-voting-now-open-to-the-public64941-act-of-ct-nominated-for-fourteen-broadway-world-connecticut-awards-voting-now-open-to-the-public

Ridgefield, Conn. (November 20, 2019) - ACT (A Contemporary Theater) of Connecticut is thrilled to announce that they have been nominated for FOURTEEN 2019 Broadway World Connecticut awards. These nominations follow their wildly successful inaugural season, during which they won eleven 2018 Broadway World Connecticut awards including “Theatre of the Year” and “Best Musical.”

"We're truly honored to have our productions recognized by the theatre community during our second season," said Daniel C. Levine, Artistic Director for ACT of CT. "We hope the community will support us by voting!"

Those interested in casting a vote for ACT in the 2019 Broadway World Connecticut Awards presented by TodayTix! may do so here.

ACT of CT has been nominated for the following awards:

Best Musical (Equity):
WORKING

Best Direction of a Musical or Revue (Equity):
Daniel C. Levine, WORKING

Theatre of the Year (Equity):

ACT of Connecticut

Best Actor in a Musical or Revue (Equity):
Brad Greer, WORKING

Phil Sloves, THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE

Best Actress in a Musical or Revue (Equity):
Laura Woyasz, WORKING
Monica Ramirez, WORKING

Best Choreography (Equity):
Chip Abbott, WORKING

Best Costume Design (Equity):
Brenda Phelps, WORKING

Best Ensemble Performance in a Musical (Equity):
THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE

Best Lighting Design (Equity):
Jack Mehler, WORKING

Best Musical Direction (Equity):
Katya Stanislavskaya, THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE

Best Scenic Design (Equity):
Jack Mehler, THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE

Best Sound Design (Equity):
John Salutz, WORKING

Cast your vote here.

ACT of CT’s next production is Stephen Schwartz's musical GODSPELL. Fans and newcomers alike will delight in the much-loved show, which has been reimagined by Levine in a unique and inspiring way. GODSPELL will run for a limited engagement from February 6th through March 8th, 2019.

For more information about ACT of CT, tickets, annual subscription and group sales, education and summer camp programs, sponsor/donor opportunities, and other theatre-related news and announcements, visit www.actofct.org.

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kerry@ducey.org (Amanda Duff) Neighbors Wed, 20 Nov 2019 08:20:47 -0500
adam broderick salon & spa invites you to give a litte (or a lot) this holiday season https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/places/64940-adam-broderick-salon-spa-invites-you-to-give-a-litte-or-a-lot-this-holiday-season64940-adam-broderick-salon-spa-invites-you-to-give-a-litte-or-a-lot-this-holiday-season https://news.hamlethub.com/ridgefield/places/64940-adam-broderick-salon-spa-invites-you-to-give-a-litte-or-a-lot-this-holiday-season64940-adam-broderick-salon-spa-invites-you-to-give-a-litte-or-a-lot-this-holiday-season

adam broderick salon & spa invites you to give a little...(or a lot)!

For every $175 in ab gift cards you purchase, you will receive an additional $25 gift card (now through December 31).

Purchase your gift card HERE.

View ab list of services HERE.

adam broderick is located at 89 Danbury Road in Ridgefield and 730 Main Street South in Southbury. Get directions HERE.

Call: Ridgefield: 203 431 3994 and Southbury: 203 267 7000

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kerry@ducey.org (HH) Places Wed, 20 Nov 2019 06:14:44 -0500