Southbury's HamletHub https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury Fri, 01 Jul 2022 16:58:57 -0400 HamletHub.com Friends of the Southbury Public Library Lobby Book Sale in July https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/events/5803-friends-of-the-southbury-public-library-lobby-book-sale-in-july5803-friends-of-the-southbury-public-library-lobby-book-sale-in-july https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/events/5803-friends-of-the-southbury-public-library-lobby-book-sale-in-july5803-friends-of-the-southbury-public-library-lobby-book-sale-in-july

The Friends of the Southbury Public Library are having a Lobby Book Sale during the month of July. Located in the lobby of the Southbury Public Library, this sale features books in many different categories, including Children’s, Cookbooks, Gardening, Fiction and more, and is available during library open hours.

The Friends of the Southbury Public Library sponsor almost all of our fun virtual and in-person programs found on the calendar page of our website. For more information about the Friends, click here

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kerry@ducey.org (Friends of the Southbury Public Library ) Events Fri, 01 Jul 2022 08:02:52 -0400
Southbury Independence Day Schedule for Town Offices and Probate Court https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/places/5802-southbury-independence-day-schedule-for-town-offices-and-probate-court-16566827885802-southbury-independence-day-schedule-for-town-offices-and-probate-court-1656682788 https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/places/5802-southbury-independence-day-schedule-for-town-offices-and-probate-court-16566827885802-southbury-independence-day-schedule-for-town-offices-and-probate-court-1656682788

All Town Offices, Senior Center, Transfer Station, Southbury Public Library and Connecticut Probate District 22 will be closed on Monday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day.

Additionally:

  • Town Pool will be OPEN on Monday, July 4 at its regular hours 1:00-7:00pm (for more information, please visit www.southbury-ct.org/pool)
  • The Public Library begins its summer hours in July so it will be closed on Sunday, July 3 as well (for more information, please visit www.southburylibrary.org)
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kerry@ducey.org (Town of Southbury) Places Fri, 01 Jul 2022 05:39:48 -0400
Happy 4th of July weekend! Here's what's happening in Southbury! https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/events/5801-happy-4th-of-july-weekend-here-s-what-s-happening-in-southbury5801-happy-4th-of-july-weekend-here-s-what-s-happening-in-southbury https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/events/5801-happy-4th-of-july-weekend-here-s-what-s-happening-in-southbury5801-happy-4th-of-july-weekend-here-s-what-s-happening-in-southbury

Happy 4th of July weekend! Check out the lineup of events coming to Southbury! 

Nekita Waller Concert at STS
7/5/2022 | 7:00pm

Connecticut State Troubadour, Nekita brings a mix of pop, Motown, soul, Jazz and classic rock favorites with original music. Organizers: Southbury Training School.

Click for the event's details.

ONGOING

Southbury Celebration - Vendor and Music Applications

Southbury Celebration Committee is accepting food vendor applications and musical talent submissions for the event that will take place on October 1, 2022.

Click for the event's details.
 


COMING SOON

7/8-9/2022 - Plant with a Purpose

7/11/2022 - Kathy Thompson Band Concert at Town Hall Green

7/12/2022 - Timmy Maia Concert at STS

7/13/2022 - Concerts on the Green: The Willie & Jan Band

7/15-17/2022 - Elvis People Play

7/16/2022 - Household Hazardous Waste and Paint Collection

7/18/2022 - Le’Mixx Band Concert at Town Hall Green

7/19/2022 - Eight to the Bar Concert at STS

7/20/2022 - Willie & Jan Band Concert at River Glen

7/25/2022 - The Rakes Concert at Town Hall Green

7/26/2022 - Great Hill Mountain Band Concert at STS

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kerry@ducey.org (Town of Southbury) Events Thu, 30 Jun 2022 10:37:20 -0400
Free Summer Concerts in Southbury https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/events/5799-free-summer-concerts-in-southbury5799-free-summer-concerts-in-southbury https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/events/5799-free-summer-concerts-in-southbury5799-free-summer-concerts-in-southbury

Southbury, once again, will be full of opportunities to see live music for free this summer. Bring a chair or blanket, snack or picnic dinner, and relax listening to some great tunes.

Concerts will take place at four different locations:

  • Gazebo at Southbury Green (concerts organized by Southbury Green, owned and operated by Regency Centers)
  • River Glen (concerts organized by River Glen Health Care Center)
  • Southbury Training School (concerts organized by Southbury Training School)
  • Town Hall Green (concerts organized by Southbury Parks and Recreation Department)

The schedule and all the details are at www.southbury-ct.org/summerconcerts.

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kerry@ducey.org (Town of Southbury) Events Wed, 29 Jun 2022 07:46:59 -0400
Southbury Transfer Station Permits Required Beginning Sept. 1, Get Yours for FREE Starting July 1! https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/life/5798-southbury-transfer-station-permits-required-beginning-sept-1-get-yours-for-free-starting-july-15798-southbury-transfer-station-permits-required-beginning-sept-1-get-yours-for-free-starting-july-1 https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/life/5798-southbury-transfer-station-permits-required-beginning-sept-1-get-yours-for-free-starting-july-15798-southbury-transfer-station-permits-required-beginning-sept-1-get-yours-for-free-starting-july-1

Beginning September 1, 2022 all residents of Southbury wishing to use the town’s transfer station are required to have a permit. Permits are free of charge and will be issued starting July 1, 2022.
 
Residents whose cars ARE registered in Southbury, need to obtain the permit at the Transfer Station, located at 231 Kettletown Road. Vehicle registration showing Southbury address must be provided to the Transfer Station employee and stickers will be applied to the inside of the windshield. Permits are valid for three years.
 
Residents whose cars ARE NOT registered in Southbury, must obtain a temporary permit at the First Selectman’s Office, located at Southbury Town Hall, 501 Main Street South, second floor. Proof of residency must be shown to obtain a temporary permit. Proof documents include a tax bill, lease, or mortgage statement. Temporary permits are valid for one year.
 
After August 31, 2022 any vehicle without a permit will not be allowed to utilize the transfer station.
 
The photo shows Transfer Station Foreman Dan St. Jean shows the new sticker.
 
Visit Town of Southbury on Facebook here.
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kerry@ducey.org (Town of Southbury) Life Tue, 28 Jun 2022 14:08:51 -0400
Town of Southbury Surplus Property Auction Bid Until July 11 https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/politics/5797-town-of-southbury-surplus-property-auction-bid-until-july-115797-town-of-southbury-surplus-property-auction-bid-until-july-11 https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/politics/5797-town-of-southbury-surplus-property-auction-bid-until-july-115797-town-of-southbury-surplus-property-auction-bid-until-july-11

Please be advised that the Town of Southbury, CT shall conduct a sale of surplus property online. The address of the auction site is www.govdeals.com/SouthburyCT.

The surplus property is being sold in an “as-is” condition without express or implied warranties.

The online auction will be held until July 11, 2022.

All bidders must pre-register with GovDeals at govdeals.com.

The Town reserves the right to accept or reject any bids submitted.

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kerry@ducey.org (Town of Southbury) Politics Tue, 28 Jun 2022 14:00:13 -0400
Connecticut’s Minimum Wage Is Scheduled To Increase on Friday https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/politics/5796-connecticut-s-minimum-wage-is-scheduled-to-increase-on-friday5796-connecticut-s-minimum-wage-is-scheduled-to-increase-on-friday https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/politics/5796-connecticut-s-minimum-wage-is-scheduled-to-increase-on-friday5796-connecticut-s-minimum-wage-is-scheduled-to-increase-on-friday

Governor Ned Lamont is reminding Connecticut residents that the state’s minimum wage will increase from the current rate of $13.00 per hour to $14.00 per hour beginning on Friday, July 1, 2022.

The change is the result of legislation he signed into law three years ago that schedules several increases in the minimum wage over a five-year period.

“For too long, while the nation’s economy grew, the income of the lowest-earning workers has stayed flat, making already existing pay disparities even worse and preventing hardworking families from obtaining financial security,” Governor Lamont said. “This is a fair, gradual increase for workers who will invest the money right back into our economy and continue supporting local businesses in their communities.”

“Governor Lamont and I are committed to making sure that our Connecticut economy works for everyone, and that includes our state’s low-income earners,” Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz said. “That’s why we voted three years ago to increase our state’s minimum wage at a steady rate, providing more financial security to families and providing residents the ability to continue supporting our local economy.”

Signed into law by Governor Lamont in 2019, Public Act 19-4 requires the minimum wage to increase five times over a five-year period, from the then-rate of $10.10 per hour to:

  • $11.00 on October 1, 2019;
  • $12.00 on September 1, 2020;
  • $13.00 on August 1, 2021;
  • $14.00 on July 1, 2022; and
  • $15.00 on June 1, 2023.

Ultimately, beginning on January 1, 2024, that same law requires the minimum wage to become indexed to the employment cost index, which is calculated by the U.S. Department of Labor, and for the first time in Connecticut the rate will grow according to economic indicators.

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kerry@ducey.org (Gov. Ned Lamont) Politics Tue, 28 Jun 2022 05:04:58 -0400
Southbury Public Library announces upcoming STEM events for grades 6-12 https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/events/5795-southbury-public-library-announces-upcoming-stem-events-for-grades-6-125795-southbury-public-library-announces-upcoming-stem-events-for-grades-6-12 https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/events/5795-southbury-public-library-announces-upcoming-stem-events-for-grades-6-125795-southbury-public-library-announces-upcoming-stem-events-for-grades-6-12

Three STEM events for grades 6-12 at Southbury Public Library

Run by the Kellogg Environmental Center in Derby, these programs will explore STEM and the environment, with air quality testing, simulating the impacts of climate change, and water testing. 

What Color is the Air? Testing Air Quality (Grades 6-12)
Wednesday, June 29, 4-5pm, Kingsley Room, Registration Required

Learn all about air quality in this hands on program! We'll learn about what scientists look at to understand air quality, and then use biological indicators and particle sensors ourselves to see how to monitor air changes. Click here to learn more and register.

10 Minutes to Save the Planet (Grades 6-12)
Wednesday, July 13, 4-5pm, Kingsley Room, Registration Required

Take a hands on look at the challenge of climate change—what would you plan as your actions to meet the goal of 2.0°C temperature rise by 2050? Use a climate action simulator to see how changing different factors influence climate change. Click here to learn more and register.

Testing the Waters (Grades 6-12)
Wednesday, July 27, 4-5pm, Kingsley Room, Registration Required

In this program, we'll make simulated systems and conduct qualitative water tests to evaluate the health of a water environment. Working to reduce our impacts has resulted in many new materials and design applications; we'll also learn about these and how to apply them to reduce impacts in our community. Click here to learn more and register.

Like all our teen events, these events are totally free, open to residents of any town entering Grades 6-12 (and Class of 2022 12th Grade Graduates!), and sponsored by the Friends of the Southbury Public Library.

As part of the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection, the Kellogg Environmental Center in Derby, CT offers workshops, exhibits, nature activities, and lectures for the general public. Families can enjoy learning about nature and the environment through hands-on programs. Throughout the year, the Center offers special weekend programs, nature walks, and family workshops.

 

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kerry@ducey.org (Southbury Public Library) Events Mon, 27 Jun 2022 10:42:30 -0400
Get your (VIDEO) game ON and head to Southbury Public Library on Saturday! https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/events/5794-get-your-video-game-on-and-head-to-southbury-public-library-on-saturday5794-get-your-video-game-on-and-head-to-southbury-public-library-on-saturday https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/events/5794-get-your-video-game-on-and-head-to-southbury-public-library-on-saturday5794-get-your-video-game-on-and-head-to-southbury-public-library-on-saturday

Southbury Public Library has live videogames galore for tweens, teens, and adults this Saturday, June 25 from 1 to 4pm!

Tweens and teens in Grades 6-12 are invited to duke it out in a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Contest from 1-4pm, and adults of any age can join us for Retro Game Night from 4:30-6:30pm, where we'll feature all your old favorites from Pacman to the original Donkey Kong and beyond! Read on for more information about both events!

If you'd like to join us, please make sure to register so we know to expect you and reserve your spot! We'll provide all the controllers and equipment, so all you'll have to bring is your game face!

Join us for our Super Smash Bros. Ultimate game tournament with OneUp Games! Challenge your friends, choose your main and see if you can last to the end! Controllers will be available, but you can bring your own if you prefer! Find out more and register on our website here. For those entering Grades 6-12 or Class of 2022 12th Grade Graduates.

Revisit the glory days of when gaming started and reminisce at this gaming night you don’t want to miss with OneUp Games! Systems and games will be available for play via the Nintendo Switch online membership, which includes NES, SNES, N64 and Sega Genesis! Other titles and game systems will be included. Find out more and register on our website here.

Like all our programs, these events are totally free, open to residents of any town, and sponsored by the Friends of the Southbury Public Library.


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kerry@ducey.org (Southbury Public Library) Events Thu, 23 Jun 2022 12:04:28 -0400
Free Dance Performance and More Upcoming Events in Southbury https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/events/5793-free-dance-performance-and-more-upcoming-events-in-southbury5793-free-dance-performance-and-more-upcoming-events-in-southbury https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/events/5793-free-dance-performance-and-more-upcoming-events-in-southbury5793-free-dance-performance-and-more-upcoming-events-in-southbury

Southbury Events: Free Dance Performance, Concerts, and More!

Southbury Farmers' Market
6/23/2022 | 3:00-6:00pm

Southbury Farmers' Market opens with local vendors. Every Thursday until October 6. Organizers: Town of Southbury.

Click for the event's details.

Free Dance Performance
6/25/2022 | 7:00pm

Dance is in bloom in June! Celebrate the late spring season by coming out to support local artists! Organizers: MB Dance Theater.

Click for the event's details.

ONGOING

Southbury Celebration - Vendor and Music Applications

Southbury Celebration Committee is accepting food vendor applications and musical talent submissions for the event that will take place on October 1, 2022.

Click for the event's details.
 


COMING SOON

7/5/2022 - Nekita Waller Concert at STS

7/11/2022 - Kathy Thompson Band Concert at Town Hall Green

7/12/2022 - Timmy Maia Concert at STS

7/13/2022 - Concerts on the Green: The Willie & Jan Band

7/18/2022 - Le’Mixx Band Concert at Town Hall Green

7/19/2022 - Eight to the Bar Concert at STS

7/20/2022 - Willie & Jan Band Concert at River Glen

 

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kerry@ducey.org (Town of Southbury) Events Thu, 23 Jun 2022 07:34:34 -0400
Permits for Southbury Transfer Station Issued Starting July 1 https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/life/5791-permits-for-southbury-transfer-station-issued-starting-july-15791-permits-for-southbury-transfer-station-issued-starting-july-1 https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/life/5791-permits-for-southbury-transfer-station-issued-starting-july-15791-permits-for-southbury-transfer-station-issued-starting-july-1

Beginning September 1, 2022 all residents of Southbury wishing to use the town’s transfer station are required to have a permit. Permits are free of charge and will be issued starting July 1, 2022.

Residents whose cars are registered in Southbury, need to obtain the permit at the Transfer Station, located at 231 Kettletown Road. Vehicle registration showing Southbury address must be provided to the Transfer Station employee and stickers will be applied to the inside of the windshield. Permits are valid for three years.

Residents whose cars are not registered in Southbury, must obtain a temporary permit at the First Selectman’s Office, located at Southbury Town Hall, 501 Main Street South, second floor. Proof of residency must be shown to obtain a temporary permit. Proof documents include a tax bill, lease, or mortgage statement. Temporary permits are valid for one year.

After August 31, 2022 any vehicle without a permit will not be allowed to utilize the transfer station.


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kerry@ducey.org (Town of Southbury) Life Wed, 22 Jun 2022 11:42:29 -0400
Acts 4 Ministry Receives 5,000+ Personal Hygiene Products Donations https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/charities/5786-acts-4-ministry-receives-5-000-personal-hygiene-products-donations5786-acts-4-ministry-receives-5-000-personal-hygiene-products-donations https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/charities/5786-acts-4-ministry-receives-5-000-personal-hygiene-products-donations5786-acts-4-ministry-receives-5-000-personal-hygiene-products-donations

For the second consecutive year, Waterbury resident and Manhattanville College student Kendelle Rose Pitts (left) spearheaded the collection of more than 5,000 feminine hygiene products through her drive, “Pad-emonium”. The personal care products were all donated to the non-denominational non-profit organization Acts 4 Ministry at 1713 Thomaston Avenue in Waterbury.

Acts 4 Ministry Executive Director Sarah Elizabeth DiMeo-Carabetta (on right, not visible) explained, “Kendelle is aware that our mission is to help individuals and families in need throughout the greater Waterbury area. These are people who face daily hardships and do not have the funds or resources to obtain what they require to meet their daily living needs. Personal hygiene products are among those needs and Kendelle took it upon herself to take up an important collection.”

Kendelle Rose Pitts organized and publicized the second annual drive, titled “Pad-emonium”, held May 21st at her family church, the Bible Church at 240 Dwight Street in Waterbury. Ms. Pitts, accompanied by her mother Bambi Marangio-Pitts, and with aid from one of Kendelle’s previous teachers, Mary Case, presented the 5,000+ donated items to Ms. DiMeo-Carabetta.

“Back in early 2020,” recalled Ms. Pitts, “I was a freshman at Manhattanville College, majoring in Physics, with a minor in the Arts. I have been and continue to be active in several college clubs and in the community including The Midnight Run organization that aids the homeless population in NYC. Through working directly with female members of the homeless demographic, I realized there is a great need for feminine hygiene products.

While explaining this lack to my family, I decided to take action and organize a much-needed donation collection. Working through social media, word-of-mouth, distributing posters, sending letters to local businesses, etc. the “Pad-emonium” event was held in June at the Bible Church in Waterbury.”

Ms. Pitts hopes to hold more “Pad-emonium” drives in the future and selected Acts 4 Ministry as her inaugural charity of choice in the area. Her goal is to expand “Delivery Dignity” to more women in need.

Acts 4 Ministry is a collaborative group of a volunteer board of directors, staff members, and dozens of volunteers who desire to share God’s love by meeting the comforting physical needs of others. “We work toward this goal daily,” explained Acts 4 Ministry Chairman of the Board John Bishop. “Generous donations, such as those collected by Kendelle, help us to continue our work with the community to collect and redistribute needed furnishings, household goods, clothing, and personal care items to families and individuals who are in need of assistance, especially during these difficult Pandemic times.”

All donations are tax-deductible and can be made to Acts 4 Ministry year-round via their website, www.acts4.org, or by check or money order made payable to Acts 4 Ministry, Inc. and U.S. Mailed to PO Box 4524, Waterbury, CT 06704. Additional information is available at https://www.acts4.org.

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brancom@westnet.com (Barbara Branagan-Mitchell ) Charities Wed, 22 Jun 2022 11:40:50 -0400
Target to open at Danbury Fair Mall in former Sears location https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/places/5792-target-to-open-at-danbury-fair-mall-in-former-sears-location5792-target-to-open-at-danbury-fair-mall-in-former-sears-location https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/places/5792-target-to-open-at-danbury-fair-mall-in-former-sears-location5792-target-to-open-at-danbury-fair-mall-in-former-sears-location

Macerich (NYSE: MAC), one of the nation's leading owners, operators and developers of one-of-a-kind retail and mixed-use properties in top markets, has announced it will welcome a new Target store to Danbury Fair in upscale suburban Connecticut.

The 126,000 square-foot 2-level Target store will open in the former Sears site and will be the first in the City of Danbury.

Target recently opened a new, three-level store in the former JCPenney location at Macerich's high-performing Kings Plaza in Brooklyn. As noted in The Real Deal in November 2021, when Macerich announced it would welcome Target to Kings Plaza, "Target's opening adds to a slew of anchor store replacements at Macerich properties….Irish retailer Primark is taking over department store locations in Green Acres Mall on Long Island, Tysons Corner Center in Northern Virginia and Fashion District Philadelphia."

Macerich has made similar replacements in the west, too. In May, the retail giant announced a Scheel's All Sports will replace a former Nordstrom department store at Chandler Fashion Center in Arizona.

Regarding the latest news about Danbury Fair, Macerich President Ed Coppola said, "Target coming to Danbury Fair is the latest anchor-replacement success for Macerich's A-quality portfolio of regional town centers. The terrific merchandise mix and attractive demographics surrounding Danbury Fair make this property a great match for all that Target has to offer." 

Danbury Fair is one of New England's largest shopping destinations, anchored by JCPenney, Macy's, DICK's Sporting Goods and Primark, and with exciting retailers and restaurants including Apple, lululemon, Anthropologie, Pottery Barn, Urban Outfitters, LL Bean, The Cheesecake Factory, Golf Lounge 18, Shake Shack and over 180 other shops.

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kerry@ducey.org (pr macerich) Places Tue, 21 Jun 2022 14:46:09 -0400
Find out what Juneteenth means to Dominique McDow, RVNAhealth’s Education and EMR Specialist https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/neighbors/5790-find-out-what-juneteenth-means-to-dominique-mcdow-rvnahealth-s-education-and-emr-specialist5790-find-out-what-juneteenth-means-to-dominique-mcdow-rvnahealth-s-education-and-emr-specialist https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/neighbors/5790-find-out-what-juneteenth-means-to-dominique-mcdow-rvnahealth-s-education-and-emr-specialist5790-find-out-what-juneteenth-means-to-dominique-mcdow-rvnahealth-s-education-and-emr-specialist

Dominique McDow, RVNAhealth’s Education and EMR Specialist, shares a narrative about what Juneteenth means to her.

What does Juneteenth mean to you? Juneteenth to me means resilience.
 
How do you celebrate Juneteenth? 
 
In my family, Juneteenth is a time of reflection. We try to use the time to learn about our familial history and celebrate the achievements accomplished by the current generations who are continuing to pave the way for the generations to come. Most of the census records of my ancestors list them as mainly having either a primary occupation of sharecropper/farmer or maid. Now many of us hold bachelor's and master’s degrees and are entrepreneurs.
 
What can other people do to celebrate Juneteenth?  
 
Use the time to reflect and learn something new. No matter how much we want to forget, slavery is a part of this country's make up and we cannot collectively move forward if we do not recognize all that makes this country what it has become today.
 
What does freedom look like to you? 
 
For me, this is hard to say because I believe we are still working to accomplish true freedom. As women, we have to work smarter and harder to justify our intellect and skill; the same can be said for African Americans and other minority communities. Even though we have come far there are still battles of injustice being fought on multiple fronts.
 
Why do you want people to continue the conversation and education about Juneteenth? 
 
Because it is American history. African Americans are still making history by celebrating firsts. To me, to understand the importance of Juneteenth is to understand and accept African American culture and embrace it as a part of American history and culture.
 
Learn more about RVNAhealth here
 
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kerry@ducey.org (RVNAhealth) Neighbors Mon, 20 Jun 2022 04:58:16 -0400
Southbury Farmers' Market Opens and more upcoming Events https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/events/5789-southbury-farmers-market-opens-and-more-upcoming-events-16554041285789-southbury-farmers-market-opens-and-more-upcoming-events-1655404128 https://news.hamlethub.com/southbury/events/5789-southbury-farmers-market-opens-and-more-upcoming-events-16554041285789-southbury-farmers-market-opens-and-more-upcoming-events-1655404128

Southbury Farmers' Market Opens
6/16/2022 | 3:00-6:00pm

Southbury Farmers' Market opens with local vendors. Every Thursday until October 6. Organizers: Town of Southbury.

Click for the event's details.

Rain Barrel Workshop
6/21/2022 | 6:00-7:00pm

Create your very own rain barrel at the PRWC Rain Barrel Workshop. Organizers: Pomperaug River Watershed Coalition.

Click for the event's details.

The EcleKtics Concert at River Glen
6/22/2022 | 6:30-7:30pm

Outdoor Summer Night Concert with plays their own eclektic mix of music. Organizers: River Glen Health Care Center.

Click for the event's details.

ONGOING

Southbury Celebration - Food Vendor and Music Talent Applications

Southbury Celebration Committee is accepting food vendor applications and musical talent submissions for the event that will take place on October 1, 2022.

Click for the event's details.
 


COMING SOON

6/25/2022 - Free Dance Performance

7/5/2022 - Nekita Waller Concert at STS

7/11/2022 - Kathy Thompson Band Concert at Town Hall Green

7/12/2022 - Timmy Maia Concert at STS

7/13/2022 - Concerts on the Green: The Willie & Jan Band


View more future events: Upcoming Events Listing

Submit your organization's event to the Town of Southbury listing: Submit Event


SOUTHBURY PUBLIC LIBRARY

Library's Calendar contains information about upcoming programs for adults, teens and children.

SOUTHBURY PARKS AND RECREATION

P&R's Activities and Classes.

 

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kerry@ducey.org (Town of Southbury) Events Thu, 16 Jun 2022 10:28:48 -0400