Community Bulletin Board
- UNICO Scholarship Awards Dinner, May 28
- Post University partners with Masonicare
- Crosby H.S. in CT Innovation Exposition
- Award Winning Musical, Jersey Boys, at Palace
- CT Law Firm Joins Driver Safety Campaign
- Farm Viability Grant for Brass City Harvest
- State Grant to Revitalize Vacant Parcels
- Gallery Tour at Museum~ April 23
- Palace Theater Announces May Line-Up
- Rep. Cuevas appointed to M.O.R.E. Committee
- Annual Arts Show in Naugatuck
- Fulton Park Clean-up And Restoration April 21
Community Bulletin Board
Immortal Ink Tattoo and Piercing is hosting a tattoo fundraiser, "Paws For The Cause" on Sunday, March 25th from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. in their studio at 481 Wolcott St., Waterbury. ALL of the proceeds will go to Companion Pet Rescue and Transport (CPR), a dog rescue organization which has helped over 7,500 pets find forever homes. CPR is a not for profit (501)(c)(3) organization that started in 2004 with the total commitment of just one woman, Milli Bowen, to save her first puppy, Annie.
Unitarian Universalists do not usually expound much about sin. They are more prone to discussing the “inherent worth and dignity of each individual” in this world, which is the first of seven guiding principles. But, on Sunday, March 18 at 10:30 am, ministerial candidate, Andrew Moeller from First Parish in Northborough, MA, will talk about sin. He will be speaking at the meetinghouse of Mattatuck Unitarian Universalist at 122 South Pomperaug Avenue in Woodbury.
The non-profit organization, Brass City Harvest, will sell Easter Flowers and Plants, and Vegetable Plants for beds on Thursday, April 5 through Saturday, April 7, 8 a.m. to 3p.m. at their Crownbrook Greenhouse at 73 Hill Street in Waterbury. Brass City Harvest’s mission is to provide food, education, nutrition and supportive human services to Waterbury residents and non-residents. Volunteers will sell locally-grown flowers and plants, plus garden vegetable plants, including cold weather vegetable plants.
A pediatrician and a nurse from StayWell Health Center will be available during the school day at three Waterbury middle schools to provide sports physical examinations for the Spring sports season. StayWell's providers are scheduled to visit the high schools on the following days: March 20 at Westside Middle School, April 3 at North End Middle School and April 4 at Wallace Middle School.
The Torrington DTC is proud to endorse Chris Donovan for Connecticut's 5th Congressional District. “Chris has led the fight for Connecticut's families for his entire career with great success," said Glenn McLeod, Chair of the Torrington DTC. "We know that he will go to Congress and work hard to protect Medicare and Social Security from Republican attacks, to grow good jobs with solid benefits, and to ensure that every family has access to quality, affordable health care and educational opportunities."
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at the University of Connecticut in Waterbury - partnering with the AARP's Driver Safety Program - will offer two Driver Safety Courses in the upcoming session. The dates of the two courses to be held at the Waterbury campus are:
Tuesday, April 3, 9:00 AM - 1:30 PM
Monday, June 4, 9:00 AM - 1:30 PM
April 21st will mark the 18th annual Earth Day celebrated in Woodbury, and this year it will be brought to you by the Woodbury Business and Economic Development Committee (WBEDC), and sponsored in part by New Morning Market. The theme this year is 'Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle’. Vendors as asked to submit applications as soon as possible.
The non-profit organization, Brass City Harvest will host a Winter Thyme Garden Workshop on Saturday, March 10 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. The free workshop will be held at Brass City Harvest’s Crownbrook Greenhouse at 73 Hill Street in Waterbury.
On March 11 and 12, 2012, four students from Waterbury high schools will take part in the 49th annual Connecticut Regional Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS) at the University of Connecticut in Storrs. The JSHS recognizes high school students with outstanding potential in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Students must be nominated by their teachers to attend.