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Hygienic Art

All Artists art cordially invited to submit one piece of artwork for Hygienic Art XLI Salon des Independants. No Judge No Jury No Fees No Censorship! Art drop off and hanging is January 25, 8am-6pm show opens at 7pm. NEW!! for large artwork and sculpture over 7 FT. Enter your piece at Hygienic Grande annex READ MORE.

Hartford Courant

Two of the four CT grantees and $120k were awarded to research projects from New London’s Connecticut College. Congrats! Eileen Kane of Connecticut College, $60,000 to research and write a book, “Emigration from Russia and the Making of the Modern Middle East, 1840s-1940s.” Sufia Uddin of Connecticut College, $60,000 to produce a website about Hindu READ MORE.

Collins & Jewel looking to expand on Rachel Drive

BOZRAH – Brian Dudek, chief operating officer for the Collins & Jewel Company, is happy the town’s planning and zoning board approved site plans that will allow the business to expand.“It’s an exciting project for us and the town of Bozrah,” he said.Last week, Bozrah Planning and Zoning discussed the company’s plan to expand its manufacturing READ MORE.

Town of Salem Recreation

TAKE A TRIP TO BOSTON! The Town of Montville has chartered a bus to travel to Boston and Salem residents are welcome to join in on the fun! The bus will drop you off at Faneuil Hall for a day of “on your own” shopping, dining and exploring the City of Boston. You could also READ MORE.

Rose Arts Festival

The 2020 Rose Arts Committee is actively seeking passionate individuals for the following volunteer roles: Budding Artist Director, Downtown After Dark Coordinator, Director of Giving and Impact, and Marketing, Advertising, and PR Director. Interested? Email for details. #roseartsfestival #communitymatters #giveback #volunteer #wegrowtogether Read the article on READ MORE.

Lyman Allyn Art Museum

Did you know that you can view more than 30 rarely seen European Paintings in our current exhibition, “Brought to Light: European Paintings from the Collection”? On view are a selection of portraits, history paintings, still lifes, genre scenes, and landscapes from the early Renaissance through the 1800s. Circle of Giovanni Antonio Canaletto, View of READ MORE.

Farm Transition Grant Program

FARMERS: The Connecticut Department of Agriculture’s Farm Transition Grant guidelines and application are now available. Applications must be submitted by 4:00 pm on February 17. Information about the 2020 program can be found online: The program provides grants to up to $49,999. Applicants must provide a one to one match. The purpose of the READ MORE.

Lyman Allyn Art Museum

Borrow the library’s museum pass to visit! Still home for the holidays? Come check out our large-scale dollhouse, showcasing the many wonderful miniatures of the Baratz collection. The three floors of the home’s interior include bedrooms, a dining room, a nursery, a sewing room, and two kitchens. You’re never too old to enjoy toys! Dolls READ MORE.

Connecticut State Parks

CTDEEP State Parks and its partners are sponsoring free, guided hikes in many state parks on New Year’s Day as part of America’s State Parks’ First Day Hikes initiative taking place in all 50 states. DEEP State Parks staff and volunteers will lead the hikes, which average 1 to 2 miles or longer depending on READ MORE.

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