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Local News for Norfolk, Connecticut


NYC self-quarantine

COVID-19 Statement from the Office of the First Selectman Having been on numerous conference calls in the past 2 weeks, a number of Northwest Corner officials are concerned with the influx of people leaving the cities and moving to the Northwest Corner. I am aware of the number of Norfolk second home and weekend residents READ MORE.

Coronavirus Mental Health Resources

Coronavirus Mental Health Resources Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. For more information about mental health resources we can use while we deal with the situation, click here. The post Coronavirus Mental Health Resources appeared first on Norfolk, Connecticut. Read the article on READ MORE.

Weekly Email Blast Postponed

Weekly Events Email As you’ve heard and read by now medical experts, including the U.S. Surgeon General and the CDC, are discouraging community gatherings until the current Corona virus pandemic has subsided. Many scheduled meetings and events in Norfolk have been cancelled. So, until we get the “all’s clear” signal, we’re suspending our weekly posting READ MORE.

Online Information Sharing Platform

Online Information Sharing Platform The Norfolk Board of Selectmen, the Norfolk Office of Emergency Management, and the Norfolk Hub are working together to create an online information sharing platform. Citizens of Norfolk will be kept up to date on the latest closings, schedule changes, and adjustments in business operations for all institutions that would like READ MORE.

Town Hall access restricted

Town Hall Access Restricted At the suggestion of the State of Connecticut, Town Hall is closed to the public. We will be here conducting our regular business, as well as monitoring the Town’s needs in regards to the COVID-19 virus. We are encouraging people to call or email either the Selectmen’s office AT 860-542-5829 or READ MORE.
Norfolk Hub Announces Corona Precautions03/16/2020

Norfolk Hub Announces Corona Precautions

Coronavirus and Social Distancing Response The Norfolk Hub offers the following response regarding the Coronavirus and Social Distancing practices for our Hub Members, Friends and Staff: First, in order to promote safe social distancing practices, we are postponing all Hub events for the remainder of March. Stay tuned to our weekly email (Norfolk Hub – READ MORE.

Klauer Hall event

Cancelled: St Patrick’s Day Event The St. Patrick’s Day event at Klauer Hall on Tuesday, 3/17 has been cancelled. The post Klauer Hall event appeared first on Norfolk, Connecticut. Read the article on READ MORE.

Absentee Ballot applications

Absentee Ballots and Applications Absentee Ballot Applications are available on line or at the Town Clerk’s office for both elections. Voters must complete an Application for Absentee Ballot in order to vote by Absentee Ballot. Starting April 7, Absentee Ballots are available from the Town Clerk. The post Absentee Ballot applications appeared first on Norfolk, READ MORE.
A Chance to Coil, Slab, or Sculpt Clay03/07/2020

A Chance to Coil, Slab, or Sculpt Clay

Photo by Kelly Kandra Hughes Clay Play in the Botelle School art room was one of the many activities offered at this year’s Winter Weekend In Norfolk. Here, Kholey Chausse and Alexis Chausse (foreground) learn the basics of working with clay from Botelle art teacher, Shana Bazelmans. An anonymous donor, wanting to perform a good READ MORE.

Community News

Michael Lampro Photographs on Display at the LibraryBerkshire County native Michael Lampro’s photographs will be on display at the Norfolk Library during the month of March. With a background in landscape design, Lampro endeavors to capture the unique flora and landscapes of New England and beyond in new and unusual ways. Weather and lighting inspire READ MORE.

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