• See the city

    ENFIELD - The GFWC Woman’s Club of Enfield is hosting a bus trip to New York City on April 17. Tickets are $45 per person....
  • Beekeeper at the library

    EAST WINDSOR - The Friends of the Library Association of Warehouse Point will offer a talk about bee keeping by bee keeper Ned Farrell....
  • Woman's Club

    ENFIELD - GFWC/The Woman’s Club of Enfield will be holding their monthly meeting at 6 p.m., Wednesday, April 3, at the Enfield Senior Center on Elm Street, Enfield. Refreshments will be served....
  • Rachel's Challenge

    EAST HARTFORD - Rachel’s Challenge is coming to East Hartford High School on April 2. Rachel Scott was the first person killed at Columbine High School in 1999....
  • New bus route planned

    EAST HARTFORD - Mayor Marcia Leclerc is pleased to announce that CTTransit is expanding bus service in East Hartford starting in April....
  • Easter bake sale

    EAST HARTFORD - All Saints' Episcopal Church will hold an Easter Bake Sale on Saturday, March 30 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The church is located at 444 Hills Street, East Hartford....
  • Student competition

    SUFFIELD - For the first time, Suffield High School high school students competed in a recent fair at Quinnipiac University....
  • Parent workshop

    EAST GRANBY - The East Granby Early Childhood Service Team is hosting a parent workshop by Heather Lagace, "Sibling Rivalry: Every One is Important." Learn how to reduce the competition and teach your...
  • Auction fundraiser

    WINDSOR LOCKS - Windsor Locks Dollars for Scholars will hold its 7th annual fundraising auction at Windsor Locks High School cafeteria on Saturday, April 6 at 6 p.m., with doors opening for previewing...
  • Adult programs offered

    SUFFIELD - The Suffield Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring the following adult programs. For complete details, call 860-668-3862....
  • School gets arts grant

    WINDSOR -Clover Street School has been awarded a $5,000 “Arts Catalyze Placemaking” matching grant to continue the school’s tradition of bringing in artists for week-long residencies that enrich core ...
  • Easter egg hunt

    STAFFORD - The Women's Ministry Group is hosting it's annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 30 from 4 to 6 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 8 Church Street, Stafford Springs....
  • Book discussions

    WILLINGTON- On Tuesday, April 2, the Adult Book Discussion Group will meet in the Willington Public Library Reading Room at 6:45 p.m. This month's selection will be "Keeping the Faith" by Paula But...
  • the world of money

    SOUTH WINDSOR - South Windsor Youth and Family Services and First Niagara Bank are sponsoring a four-week program for 7th and 8th grade students to educate them on the world of money....
  • Community service weekend

    SOUTH WINDSOR - South Windsor Girl Scouts are looking to give back to South Windsor by doing community service projects during the weekend of April 27 – 28....
  • Women's Club

    ELLINGTON -The Ellington Women’s Club’s monthly meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 3 at 7 p.m. at the Ellington Senior Center, 16 Church Street, Ellington....
  • Senior fitness program

    ELLINGTON - The Ellington Senior Center will be starting a new health and fitness program, “The Weekday Walker’s Club.” Pending the weather, the club will begin on Wednesday, April 3 and will meet at ...
  • Sunrise service on the green

    TOLLAND - After a 73-year hiatus, the Congregational Church on Tolland Green is re-establishing the Easter tradition of a Sunrise Service....
  • Open mic night

    VERNON- On the first Saturday of every month, The Maple Grove Club in Vernon, hosts an open mic nite beginning at 7:30 p.m....
  • Winter's final farmers market

    ELLINGTON - The first winter season of the Ellington Farmers’ market is winding down as farmers scour seed catalogs and tend their seedlings for summer crops....
  • Drugs, alcohol, teens and truth

    TOLLAND - Tolland High School, in collaboration with Tolland Youth Services, is sponsoring a program, "Drugs, Alcohol, Teens, and Truth," for families of Tolland Public School children highlighting th...
  • Children's variety show

    BOLTON - On Friday, April 5 at 7 p.m., approximately 130 children from Bolton Center School's grades K - 8 will be performing in this year's Variety Show....
  • NAF expansion

    MANCHESTER - Chris Silver, director of Manchester’s Office of Neighborhood and Families (NAF), appears on "Manchester Review" in April to talk about how the NAF has evolved over three years. The i...
  • Easter services

    MANCHESTER - The Second Congregational Church of Manchester, 385 N. Main Street, Manchester would like to announce their Holy Week events: Palm Sunday, on March 24 at 10 a.m....
  • Hands-on history

    GLASTONBURY - No need to travel all the way to Williamsburg to experience early America, because the Historical Society of Glastonbury is always bringing history back to life right here in Connecticut...
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