Community Bulletin Board
- Waterbury Girls Club Seeks Alumnae
- Toy Drive at New Opportunities, Inc.
- Films on Civil Rights at Historical Society
- Waterbury Speed Skater trains for '18 Olympics
- 'Hearts for Holy Land' Raises $1,300
- Habitat for Humanity Announces New Director
- Food Network Winners Champion 'Dora's Hope'
- Miracle on 34th Street at Thomaston Opera House
- “Click It Or Ticket” for Seat Belt Use
- New Opportunities Inc. Toy Drive
- Palace Theater Announces December Shows
- Dr. Lavoie Speaks at Forman School
Community Bulletin Board
Waterbury Girls Club, (now called Girls Incorporated® of SWCT), of 35 Park Place, Waterbury, CT is seeking alumnae who were members of the club any time before 1990. Remember the classes in cooking? “Feed your husband for 25 cents”, “Did you enter a sewing contest?” “Did you go to the summer camp on Lake Quassy?” Gymnastics? Dance? Ceramics? Girls Inc.
New Opportunities is kicking off their annual Holiday Toy Drive on Friday, November 29th. They will be collecting toys for boys and girls up to age 17 through Monday, December 23rd.
Drop toys off at New Opportunies offices, as well as drop off locations in Greater Waterbury, Greater Meriden, Greater Torrington and Thomaston.
The Litchfield Historical Society, along with the Torrington Historical Society and the League of Women Voters of Litchfield County, are pleased to introduce three documentaries with riveting new footage illustrating the history of civil rights in America. These three organizations will offer a series of programs once a month from January–March in 2014.
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Waterbury (HFHGW) is pleased to welcome Mark Uliasz as Executive Director.
What do Food Network Cupcake Wars and Tony Orlando have in common? Hardcore Sweet Cupcakes! On December 2, Tony Orlando makes a special guest appearance on behalf of Dora’s Hope at the Southbury Crown Plaza.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the Thomaston Opera House as Landmark Community Theatre presents the holiday classic stage play Miracle on 34th Street, directed by Gary Kingsbury, showing November 29th through December 15th.
With the 2013 Holiday travel period fast approaching , the Waterbury Police Department will join other Connecticut law enforcement agencies in support of the Thanksgiving holiday “Click It or Ticket” mobilization from November 26th – December 1st. During this campaign, officers will fan out across Waterbury, cracking down on motorists who fail to wear their seatbelts, especially those who fail to seat belt their underage passengers.
The Palace Theater’s December line-up is sure to put audiences of all ages into the holiday spirit. Tickets and gift certificates can be purchased by phone at 203-346-2000, online at www.palacetheaterct.org, or in person at the box office, 100 East Main Street in Waterbury. Groups of 20 or more qualify for discounted rates and should call the group sales hotline at 203-346-2000.