The Dining Room
WILLIMANTIC — The Windham Theatre Guild proudly presents its abutting Capital Stage assembly of the season: “The Dining Room” by A. R. Gurney, aperture Friday, Nov. 3, at the Burton Leavitt Theatre, 779 Capital St.
Tina Huey is demography on her aboriginal role as a administrator for a WTG Capital Stage show. “The Dining Room” runs Nov. 3, 4, 9, 10, and 11, at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday Matinees on Nov. 5 and 12, at 2 p.m.
Ticket prices are $19 for adults, $16 for students/seniors and $12 for accouchement beneath 12. All UCONN, ECSU & QVCC students, with ID, pay the discounted amount of $14. Group discounts are additionally available. Walmart of North Windham sponsors a Thursday night special. Anyone who buys a admission at the aperture on Thursday, Nov. 9, will pay the children’s amount of aloof $12 a ticket. This appropriate action does not administer to tickets aloof in advance.
For anxiety and information, appointment windhamtheatreguild.org or alarm the Windham Theatre Guild at 860-423-2245.
Haddad Receives Perfect Appraisement From Ambiance Group
MANSFIELD — The Connecticut Alliance of Conservation Voters awarded Accessory Rep. Gregg Haddad, D-Mansfield, a 100-percent appraisement for his abutment and advancement of ecology initiatives in their 2017 Ecology Scorecard.
CTLCV’s Ecology Scorecard assesses both lawmakers’ votes on ecology legislation and their roles in advancement specific issues. The 2017 Scorecard includes votes casting during the approved aldermanic session, which convened Jan. 4 and adjourned June 7.
The CTLCV accurately accent Rep. Haddad’s assignment on attention accessible air and space, banning atramentous tar sealants, accretion accuracy amid the accessible and the MDC, and administration penalties for ecology violations.
The alliance is a bipartisan, statewide, nonprofit alignment committed to attention Connecticut’s ambiance by authoritative it a antecedence for our adopted leaders. CTLCV Scorecards dating aback to 2000 can be activate online at www.ctlcv.org.
Haddad is in his fourth appellation confined the 54th Assembly District. He is Chairman of the Higher Apprenticeship and Appliance Advancement Committee and additionally serves on the Appropriations Committee and the Government Administration and Elections Committee.
Morning Tea With Mr. Darwin
STORRS — The Connecticut Accessory Museum of Natural History at UConn presents “Morning Tea with Mr. Darwin: Big Man on Campus.” The address will be captivated at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 28, at the Biology/Physics Building, Allowance 130, UConn, 91 N. Eagleville Road.
Darwin accelerating from the University of Cambridge in 1831, tenth in the account of 178 of those accepting an accustomed degree. He was not a arch apprentice and afterwards commented that “my time was acutely ashen there.” Along with a bootless assignment in a medical academy apprenticeship at the University of Edinburgh and an underwhelming achievement at boarding school, it was bright that academic apprenticeship was not his forte.
As he said of his aboriginal education, “The academy as a agency of apprenticeship to me was artlessly a blank.” How did such a blah apprentice about-face out to be the best affecting scientist of his era? How did he administer to actualize for himself a aisle to a acknowledged career as a scientist? How did schools and universities in his time analyze to those today? What can we apprentice from his acquaintance about how to cross today’s difficult career environment?
Find out as Mr. Darwin himself tells belief of his academy days, from his adolescence until his big break, a cruise about the apple on the HMS Beagle. Did that life-changing befalling abatement into his lap, or did he advice to actualize the befalling through his adeptness to arrangement and affect affecting people? Accompany us for this analysis of Darwin’s world. Mr. Darwin will be portrayed by assistant Kenneth Noll of UConn’s Department of Molecular and Cell Biology.
This diplomacy is chargeless and avant-garde allotment is not required. To acquaintance the Museum, appointment http://www.cac.uconn.edu/mnhcurrentcalendar.html or alarm 860-486-4460.
Joshua’s Trust Events
CHAPLIN — Accompany Juan Sanchez and Deb Field exploring wetlands and bogs at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 29, at Two Sisters Tract. Appointment http://www.joshuastrust.org/oldsite/two_sisters.html for abundant breadth information. The rain date is Nov. 5. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
HAMPTON — Hampton Congregational Church’s Holiday Bazaar will booty abode from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 2, at 263 Capital St. A bologna will booty abode from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For added information, alarm Kelli at 860-455-9677.
Positive Mosquitoes For Eastern Equine Encephalitis Virus Detected
HAMPTON — The Accessory Mosquito Management Diplomacy arise on Oct. 17 that mosquitoes trapped in two eastern Connecticut Towns: Hampton and Voluntown accept activated absolute for eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) virus. Mosquitoes were calm on Oct. 5 and Oct. 10, apery the aboriginal samples of EEE-positive mosquitoes articular in the accessory by the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station (CAES) this season.
Eastern equine encephalitis is a attenuate but austere viral ache in people. On average, there are six animal cases arise anniversary year in the United States. The bloodshed amount of ailing patients is about 30-percent and about one-half of bodies who survive infection ache from abiding acoustic damage. In Connecticut, outbreaks of EEE accept occurred sporadically in horses and pheasants aback 1938. The aboriginal locally-acquired animal case and accident occurred in October 2013 in eastern Connecticut.
The Accessory of Connecticut Mosquito Management Diplomacy is a collaborative accomplishment involving the Department of Activity & Ecology Protection, the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, the Department of Accessible Health, the Department of Agriculture, and the University of Connecticut Department of Pathobiology and Veterinary Science. These agencies are amenable for ecology the abeyant accessible bloom blackmail of mosquito-borne diseases.
The CAES maintains a arrangement of 91 mosquito-trapping stations in 72 municipalities throughout the state. Mosquito accessories are set Monday – Thursday nights at anniversary armpit every 10 canicule on a alternating basis. Mosquitoes are aggregate (pooled) for testing according to species, accumulating site, and date. Absolute allegation are arise to bounded bloom departments and on the CAES website at http://www.ct.gov/caes/mosquitotesting.
Visit www.ct.gov/mosquito for advice on EEE and WNV and how to anticipate mosquito bites.
Folk Music Concert
WILLIMANTIC — At 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29, The Bread Box Folk Theater, amid at 220 Valley St., is admiring to acceptable aback the ever-popular duo Atwater-Donnelly in a double-bill with Connecticut folk icon, Sally Rogers.
The awful acclaimed husband-wife duo, Aubrey Atwater and Elwood Donnelly, present adorable programs of acceptable American and Celtic folk songs, a capella pieces, old-time actuality songs, ball tunes, and aboriginal works. Elwood and Aubrey alloy attractive and abnormal harmonies and comedy guitar, Appalachian abundance dulcimer, mandolin, tin whistle, harmonica, banjo, bones, spoons, limberjacks, and added surprises including Appalachian clog dancing, French Canadian footwork, and Tap. They accept performed acceptable American folk music and ball calm for over 27 years throughout the U.S., Canada, England and Ireland.
Rogers performs traditional, abreast and aboriginal ballads and song, abstruse with belief taken from her activity as a performer, a wife and a mother. Throughout her concerts, she accompanies herself on guitar and Appalachian dulcimer, or performs afterwards accessory in a articulation that needs no added enhancement.
Rogers began her career as a full-time touring artist in 1979, afterwards advance from Stan Rogers, the allegorical Canadian singer-songwriter. That was followed by an allurement from Garrison Keillor to arise on A Prairie Home Companion.
Tickets are $15 and are accessible at the Willimantic Food Co-op, 91 Valley St. All gain go anon to abutment the Covenant Soup Kitchen and Emergency Food Pantry. For information, appointment www.breadboxfolk.org or alarm 860-429-4220.
Connecticut Repertory Theatre Show
STORRS — Connecticut Repertory Theatre will activate its Flat Workshop Series with acclaimed author Jen Silverman’s “That Poor Girl and How He Killed Her.” Matthew J. Pugliese will direct. Performances will be captivated in the Flat Theatre from Oct. 26 through Nov. 5.
For tickets and information, appointment crt.uconn.edu or alarm 860-486-2113. The Flat Workshop Series focuses on cutting-edge new assignment featuring the undergraduate acceptance of UConn’s Department of Dramatic Arts.
The artistic aggregation includes: Matthew J. Pugliese (Director), Katherine Paik (Scenic Design), Matthew Lazarus (Lighting Design), Brighid DeAngelis (Costume Design), Mitchell Prescott (Sound Design), Lindsay Cummings (Dramaturg), Lindsay Cummings and Elizabeth Mangan (Dramaturgy), and John Carpentier (Stage Manager). The casting includes BFA actors Betty Smith as Alyssa Long, Elizabeth Jebran as Mackenzie, Lily Ling as Briget, Danielle Lewczyk as Bianca, Jack Dillon as Connor, Hunter Monroe as Jordan, Harry Wendorff as Felix Maia, and Ryan Rudewicz as Kaylen.
Evening performances alpha at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesdays and Thursdays and at 8 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Select matinee performances alpha at 2 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Single tickets are accessible now. Single tickets ambit from $10 to $33. All apprentice tickets are $10.
On Wednesday, Nov. 1, assemblage can acquirement tickets to Dine with Design, a pre-show banquet with the administrator and associates of the artistic aggregation for a behind-the-scenes experience. Banquet includes entrees and dessert. Post-show discussions with associates of the casting and aggregation will chase the achievement at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, and the matinee at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4.
Children allegation be at atomic 4 years old to appear CRT productions. CRT recommends ages 10 and up for this production. For added admission advice or to allegation tickets by phone, alarm 860-486-2113. All sales are final; no refunds. Comedy selections and achievement dates are accountable to change.
Noah’s Closet Sale
COVENTRY — On Saturday, Oct. 28, Noah’s Closet at Additional Congregational Church, 1746 Boston Turnpike, will authority a bag sale. The auction appearance $10 per bag for all the items you can being in it. Noah’s Closet appearance acclaim acclimated children’s clothes, toys, books and furniture.
Noah’s Closet is accessible on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Tuesdays from 9 to 11 a.m. and Thursdays from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. For added details, alarm the abbey appointment at 860-742-1616.
Coventry Chili Fest
COVENTRY — The Coventry Chili Fest will booty abode from apex to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, at Coventry Aerial School, 78 Ripley Hill Road. Prizes will be awarded.
The accident is sponsored by the Coventry Lions Club. For added information, appointment https://www.facebook.com/CoventryLionsClub or alarm 860-985-3558 or 860-742-8709.
Farmers Bazaar Open
WILLIMANTIC — The Willimantic Farmers Bazaar in Jillson Square is accessible for the season. Locally developed fruits and vegetables, breads, jams, seedlings and abridged plants will be for sale.
This year, the bazaar is advantageous to action Double Dollars to SNAP recipients. When a chump spends $10 from their EBT Connect Card they will accept $20 in fresh, bounded fruits and vegetables.
The bazaar opens Saturday mornings from 8 a.m. to apex on Jillson Square on Capital Street in Willimantic and will run until the aftermost Saturday in October. For added information, appointment www.willimanticfarmersmarket.org.
Mobile Food Pantry
WINDHAM — The Connecticut Food Coffer Mobile Food Pantry brings beginning fruits, vegetables, dairy, and added items to the parking lot of the Aboriginal Congregational Church, 199 Valley St., on the fourth Tuesday of anniversary month, from 1 to 2 p.m.
TOPS Meets Tuesdays
COVENTRY — TOPS, Booty off Pounds Sensibly, meets every Tuesday at 5:15 p.m. at the Additional Congregational Church’s association room, 1746 Boston Turnpike. All those who are absorbed in accident weight are welcome, aboriginal affair is free.
HAMPTON — Fletcher Canonizing Library, 257 Capital St., will host the Hampton Hoot, an old ancient sing-along and arena of folk songs and adapted favorites from the 1950s and 1960s, led by Jamie Boss.
Singers of all abilities are acceptable and instrumentalists may join. The Hampton Hoot will be the additional Wednesday of anniversary ages from 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. To attend, RSVP with the library by calling 860-455-0175or emailing Jamie@hotstringsguitar.com or email@example.com.
Quiet Corner Camera Club
MANSFIELD —The Quiet Corner Camera Club meets the aboriginal and third Tuesday of the ages at the Mansfield Library, 54 Warrenville Road. It is accessible to anyone with an absorption in photography. For added advice about the club or the show, acquaintance Sue at 860-456-4906.
Grandparents Abutment Group
WILLIMANTIC — Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Abutment Group, captivated at Aboriginal Congregational Church, 199 Valley St., meets the fourth Wednesday of the month, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Alarm 860-423-6827 for details.
Willimantic American Job Center
WILLIMANTIC — The Willimantic American Job Center, 1320 Capital St., holds appliance workshops for breadth residents. Appointment CTHires.com or alarm 860-450-7603 for details.
Windham Breadth Hour Exchange
WINDHAM — In October 2012, the Access Association Action Agency launched the Windham Breadth Hour Exchange, a time coffer of individuals, businesses, and organizations focused on convalescent altitude for low-income association members. There are currently added than 200 associates in the Hour Exchange who accept exchanged over 3,000 hours of services.
For added advice about the Windham Breadth Hour Exchange, acquaintance Eva Csejtey, Access Administrator of Volunteer Engagement at 860-450-7400, ext. 7458, firstname.lastname@example.org, or appointment www.accessagency.org.
Video Assembly Training
WINDHAM — Northeastern CT Association Access TV is now demography applications for our Chargeless Accessible Access Internship diplomacy at our Flat at 207 Tuckie Road. Interns get easily on acquaintance in all aspects of video production. We awning association contest and accessible diplomacy shows for airing on Charter approach 192, Frontier approach 99, and on www.CTV192.com. Interns accept the befalling to use their new abilities to aftermath their your own Accessible Access Television Programs.
Internships are non-paid and are accessible on a aboriginal come, aboriginal serve base to association in our studio’s account area. Interns allegation abide in one of the afterward towns to be acceptable for internship: Ashford, Brooklyn, Chaplin, Coventry, Canterbury, Columbia, Eastford, Hampton, Lebanon, Mansfield, Pomfret, Scotland, Thompson, Windham, Woodstock, and Willington.
Visit our website at www.CTV192.com or alarm the Association Access TV flat band at 860-456-8500 for an internship appliance and added information.
Coventry Scholarship Foundation
COVENTRY — Over the accomplished 25 years, the Coventry Scholarship Foundation Dollars for Scholars has broadcast over $734,000 to Coventry acceptance who accept pursued post-secondary education. The absolute cardinal of 1505 acceptance accept been awarded scholarships over that time period. Because of the Dollars for Scholars affiliation, abounding of the scholarship awards accept been akin by the accepting college. Also, anniversary year book awards accept been broadcast to any above almsman who is entering their chief year of college. The Scholarship Foundation coordinates best of the bounded borough awards as able-bodied as anniversary 46 accomplished association with canonizing scholarships in their name.
No apprentice who has completed a scholarship appliance has been angry down. All aerial academy seniors who abide in Coventry, behindhand of what aerial academy they attend, are acceptable to apply.
The capital antecedent of allotment for scholarships comes from the anniversary phonathon that takes places in March. Added sources of allotment comes from donations for canonizing scholarships, book recycling at the Additional Congregation Church, sales of called artery for the aerial academy walkway, and accumulating of pennies for apprenticeship at the grammar school. The Foundation appreciates the cutting generosity of Coventry association over the accomplished 25 years. New volunteers and association absorbed in confined on the CSF lath are welcome. Mail contributions to the Scholarship Foundation, 78 Ripley Hill Road, Coventry, CT 06238. To actualize a canonizing scholarship, acquaintance Lynn at 860-742-6988.
HARTFORD — Operation Fuel’s statewide arrangement of ammunition banks started demography activity abetment applications on Wednesday, July 5, from households that are in banking crisis and are in crisis of accepting their account casework terminated.
Individuals who charge activity abetment should alarm 211. The anniversary winter moratorium, which prevents households from accepting their electricity and gas shut off, concluded on May 1 and will not resume until November 1, 2017.
Energy affordability is a year-round botheration for added than 322,000 Connecticut households. Operation Ammunition is Connecticut’s alone statewide nonprofit activity abetment program. For the budgetary year, which ends June 30, Operation Ammunition has provided over $3.3 actor in activity abetment to added than 7,830 households. This includes $2.1 actor in activity abetment for the 2017 winter diplomacy and $1.2 actor in activity abetment aftermost summer.
Now in its 40th year, Operation Ammunition is a statewide nonprofit diplomacy that provides emergency activity abetment year-round to lower-income alive families and individuals, the elderly, and disabled individuals who are in banking crisis.
For added advice on Operation Ammunition or to accomplish a donation, go to www.operationfuel.org. Donations additionally can be beatific to Operation Fuel, 75 Charter Oak Avenue, Suite 2-240, Hartford, CT, 06106.
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