Community Bulletin Board
- 'Brass Valley: Made in America' Exhibit
- IMTI Installs Solar Panel System
- Local Senators support Firefighter Fundraiser
- Sacred Heart H.S. Names Top Students
- Summer Exhibits at the Mattatuck Museum
- Connecticut Museum Open House Day~June 8
- Waterbury Health Care Council Awards
- NAMI announces T-Shirt Contest Winner
- Dolce Fundraiser for Cardiology Center, 6/29
- StayWell Receives Patient-Centered Certification
- American Jazz at Museum’s 1st Thursday
- Palace Theater's 2013-14 Broadway Series
Community Bulletin Board
The following alert was blasted out through e-mails and social network sites Sunday afternoon from Joshua Angelus, the President of the Waterbury Neighborhood Council.
Protect our Neighborhoods and our Quality of Life: Purchase Open Space
Acquisition of passive open space property should be a goal of the City of Waterbury in order to enhance the quality of life of all residents and to avoid overdevelopment of the limited remaining land. This effort should include acquisition of certain proposed condominium and apartment development properties such as Western Woods on Park Road (133.68 acres, open space value $1,750,000), Stonebridge Commons on Highland Avenue (38 acres, estimated open space value $500,000) and Essex Ridge on Suffolk Street (9 acres, estimated open space value $118,000). --- Waterbury Neighborhood Council
If you litter in Waterbury, you can expect your wallet to be lightened by $219. That’s the message from Waterbury Police Chief Michael Gugliotti, who announced a summer long police initiative to crack down on litterbugs in the Brass City. “Through this initiative," Gugliotti said, "we intend to educate the public of the litter problem here in Waterbury while also taking enforcement action against litter violators."
This Wednesday July 13 - lunchtime @ high noon (until 1:30 pm) next to Cafe Europa- Connecticut's super group of the decade perform for FREE. If you have the guts and are Not afraid catch The Dangermon Band debuting their DANGER TOUR in the Brass City.
Phoenix Stage Company (PSC), proudly presents "Beyond Therapy" by Christopher Durang, a play the LA Times referred to as "wickedly funny, terribly slanted and essentially true" beginning July 22nd in Naugatuck. The production will run from July 22nd through August for nine performances.
President Ogrodnik (l) of Post University and President De Filippis (r) of Naugatuck Valley Community College, sign three articulation agreements enabling NVCC students to complete a baccalaureate degree in two years at Post University after earning an associate degree.
Naugatuck Valley Community College and Post University have signed three articulation agreements that will enable NVCC graduates in human services, criminal justice and drug and alcohol rehabilitation counseling (DARC) to transfer all 60 credits earned in their associate degree to corresponding baccalaureate programs at Post University beginning this fall.
The annual Golf Classic to benefit Easter Seals will be held Monday, September 19 at Heritage Village Country Club in Southbury.
The $200 entry covers 18 holes of golf, green fees, cart, continental breakfast, lunch, dinner, and prizes for both men and women. Tee off time 11 a.m.
The Habitat For Humanity of Greater Waterbury has chosen the Grand Oak Villa located in Oakville, CT as the venue for its 2011 Gala fundraiser event. This year’s Gala is to be held Saturday, October 22, 2011 from 7pm-10pm. Led by Gala Chairperson Juan Rodriguez-Torrent, the Gala Committee is launching efforts to recruit volunteers to help with all aspects of the event. Opportunities for volunteerism include event planning, ticket sales, ad book sales and more… Those interested in volunteering are encouraged to attend a meeting Thursday, June 30th at 7pm at the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Waterbury offices located at 83 Prospect Street, Waterbury, CT.
A Giant Tag Sale will be held on Friday, July 29 and Saturday, July 30 from 10am to 3pm at St. Andrew’s Church, 1 North Main Street, Kent.
Early Bird purchasing will begin at 8:30a.m. on Friday and continue until 10a.m. There is a $10 charge for Early Bird admission.
After three years of ongoing vocal medical issues, Bob Sagendorf retired from the broadcast business in May for vocal rest, also to continue treatment, and work in a related career. WATR management has scheduled a casual gathering to thank Bob for his many years of service to the sports and news broadcast community on Thursday July 28th at the Ancient Order of Hibernians Hall, 91 Golden Hill Street in Waterbury.
House Chair of the Commerce Committee Jeff Berger (D-Waterbury) attended a ceremony with Governor Malloy and legislative colleagues where the governor signed into law legislation creating the “First Five” jobs initiative that will provide incentives to the first five businesses that each bring a minimum of 200 new full-time jobs to Connecticut within the next 24 months.