Deepak Chopra, the world-renowned pioneer in integrative medicine and personal transformation is coming to the Palace Theater in Waterbury on February 20, 2020, 7:30pm. The New York Times bestselling author, will present a talk on THE NATURE OF REALITY. Tickets go on sale December 9, at 10am and may be purchased online at www.palacetheaterct.org, by calling the Box office at 203.346.2000 or in person at 100 East Main Street, Waterbury . This unique event is sponsored by Post University.
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The Waterbury Police Department continues to actively investigate and proactively patrol areas of the city with reports of the sale of narcotics, shots fired, violent crimes, and other weapons related complaints. On October 24, 2019 a patrol officer saw a white Acura TL being operated on East Main Street. This vehicle was suspected to have been involved in a recent shooting that took place on Mill Street on October 15, 2019. Several patrol units responded to the area to assist.
The Silas Bronson Library will host a community conversation about historic preservation on Thursday, October 24, starting at 6:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.
BWF 2019 Scholarship Winner Kelsey Tuan
The 2019 Business Women’s Forum (BWF), will present a total of $6,000 in scholarships to Ms. Elena Becker of Illertissen, Germany and Ms. Kelsey Tuan of Poughkeepsie, New York, both of whom are students in the Malcolm Baldrige School of Business at Post University in Waterbury. The awards will be presented at the 37th Annual BWF women’s leadership conference, on Tuesday, October 29th, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Aqua Turf Club in Plantsville.
Naugatuck Valley Community College Alumnus, Marquis Harris, graduated with an A.A. in liberal arts and science in May 2019. A 2016 graduate of Wilby High School, Marquis chose NVCC because it was affordable and he did not know what he wanted to do, at the time.
Post University has announced three new hires to its programmatic leadership team: Kimberly Nerud, Ph.D. director of nursing education, Laura J. Albee, program chair of the University Pathways Program (UPP), and Chad McGuire, associate director of the High School Academy.
Maryna Bilak: Caring Hands
September 22, 2019-January 5, 2020
Opening Reception: Sunday, September 22 @ 1:00-3:00 p.m., Remarks at 2:00 p.m.
Maryna Bilak’s art addresses the process of caring for someone with Alzheimer’s Disease – in this case, the artist’s mother-in-law, Dorothy. Bilak explores the different roles that the act of caregiving requires from each person involved. Caring Hands is a series of 18 plaster casts the artist created from hands of those who work with Dorothy. This exhibition will take place on the second floor at Rose Hill.
Each year, Forbes conducts several ranking lists for varying industries, and this year, Thomaston Savings Bank was named the top in-state bank in Connecticut for the second year in a row.
“We were thrilled to have been recognized last year as the #1 Bank in CT; to receive the #1 spot again, for the second year in a row, is a great honor. We want to thank our customers for selecting us and our employees who take pride in their daily contributions to the Bank and consistently uphold our values and service standards.” –Stephen L. Lewis, Thomaston Savings Bank President & CEO
The Waterbury Chapter of UNICO National is holding its annual Pig Roast to benefit the Western CT Chapter of Meals on Wheels. All proceeds go directly to Meals on Wheels for UNICO's sponsership of Columbus Day meals.
On August 24 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. the Institute for American Indian Studies located on 38 Curtis Road in Washington Connecticut is welcoming staff from the Sharon Audubon Center for a program featuring live birds of prey.
Fifteen lawyers from Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey LLP have been listed in The Best Lawyers in America® 2020. Best Lawyers is a publication that ranks lawyers based on extensive peer review.
Waterbury Police investigated a hit and run accident that occurred at the above location on August 03, 2019 at about 2:20 am. This accident took place when a pedestrian crossing the street was hit by a vehicle traveling north on North Main Street. The victim, identified as Henry Pearson (DOB 7/9/50) from Waterbury, was transported to St. Mary’s hospital with life-threatening head injuries. The vehicle that struck Pearson did not stop and fled the area.
Saint Mary’s Hospital, a Regional Health Ministry of Trinity Health Of New England, has received approval from the State Office of Health Strategy to transition its outpatient behavioral health clinic to Wheeler Clinic, which is establishing a new Family Health & Wellness Center in Waterbury. The transition is expected to be complete by September 2019.
Students interested in attending Naugatuck Valley Community College for the fall semester can complete all the registration steps in one day by attending one of several walk-in New Student Registration Sessions offered at the College’s Waterbury and Danbury campus in August. New Student Registration Sessions make starting college easy by completing all of the steps in the enrollment process in one day. All hands are on deck to help students navigate through the admissions, registration, and payment processes.
LISA LAMPANELLI FORMER QUEEN OF MEAN AMONG PRESENTERS
The presenters have been selected for the upcoming second season of 2ND ACT, the Palace Theater’s acclaimed speaker’s series that features stories by people post age 50, who are doing some extraordinary things after mid-life. Among them is Pat Addiss, a Broadway producer based in New York who will kick the series off on September 17 with her presentation, Necessity is the Mother of Reinvention and Lisa Lampanelli, formerly known for her acerbic comedic style, who is now a life coach. She’ll be presenting her new show Losin’ It on the main stage of the theater on November 16.
The American Red Cross is facing an emergency need for blood donors and is urging eligible donors of all types to give now and help avoid delays in lifesaving medical care for patients this summer. Blood donations are being distributed to hospitals faster than donations are coming in. More donations are needed now to help replenish the blood supply.
Waterbury Hospital was recently awarded Advanced Certification as a Primary Stroke Center by The Joint Commission. The certification is valid through April 2021 and is based on a review of compliance with national standards, clinical guidelines and outcomes of care.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Youth & College Division, the nation’s foremost civil rights organization, named the Waterbury Pride NAACP Youth Council as the “Youth Council of the Year, 2019” and Advisor Arlanda Brantley the “Clara Luper Youth Advisor of the Year” at the 110th Annual NAACP National Convention in Detroit, MI last week.