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Local News for Redding, Connecticut

09/20/2019

News & Calendar September 20-28, 2019

News A draft of the Town of Redding Plan of Conservation and Development has been posted to the town website on the Planning Commission page. Click here to view. Please participate in the survey on the Town Plan by clicking here. Coming Up at Mark Twain Library – “The Making of a Racist” – Author READ MORE.
Public Open House on Sunday: 15 Tunxis Trail, Redding09/20/2019

Public Open House on Sunday: 15 Tunxis Trail, Redding

For Sale: 15 Tunxis Trail, Redding, Public Open House, Sunday 9/22, 1-3pm Stately English stone Tudor approached via stone pillared entry on 2.65 park-like acres with stone walls, lush lawn, flowering gardens and irrigation. With this exquisite country estate you truly can have it all: Old World influenced Tudor styling with elaborate stone, brickwork and READ MORE.
Take The Redding Community Survey09/20/2019

Take The Redding Community Survey

Your Town, Your Voice – Take the survey! The Town of Redding Planning and Zoning Commission is updating the Plan of Conservation and Development, or POCD. The State requires that towns update their POCD every ten years, and the last comprehensive update was done in 2008. The Planning Commission has been working on the POCD READ MORE.
Learn About Old-Growth Forests in Redding09/18/2019

Learn About Old-Growth Forests in Redding

Old-Growth Forests Presentation on Thursday, October 3 from 7 – 8:30 p.m. Please join us for a special presentation by big tree and old-growth forest expert, Bob Leverett. Bob will discuss the role of big trees and older forests from a number of perspectives including evolutionary history, climate impact, aesthetics, health and forest bathing, and READ MORE.
Annual Artisan Fair in Redding September 2809/18/2019

Annual Artisan Fair in Redding September 28

We would like to welcome you to our Annual Artisan Fair on Saturday, September 28, 2019, featuring Fine Arts and Crafts Exhibitors, held at the First Church of Christ Congregational in historic Redding Center, Connecticut. Fair hours are 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Admission and parking are free, making this an affordable family fun day. READ MORE.
Redding Resident Neil Marcus Joins Board of Fairfield County's Community Foundation09/16/2019

Redding Resident Neil Marcus Joins Board of Fairfield County’s Community Foundation

Fairfield County’s Community Foundation (FCCF) welcomes two new members to its Board of Directors, Charles MacCormack and Neil Marcus, two exemplary business and community leaders. As a nonprofit partner and thought leader since 1992, Fairfield County’s Community Foundation brings together bright minds, bold leaders and trusted resources focused on closing the opportunity gap and solving READ MORE.

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