Have you heard of Husk Cherries? Just look for the small dried out husked fruits on the ground below the plant, open the husk, and eat the pale green cherry inside! Delicious. See if your neighborhood garden has them. If not, they’re bound to have something else yummy! Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
SEYMOUR – Pack and Troop 11 will hold an open house from 3-6 p.m. Sept. 29 at Trinity Episcopal Church, 91 Church St. Join Scouting and create memories that will last a lifetime!.*Information shared from a Facebook event page. Read the rest of the article on The Valley Voice READ MORE.
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This cemetery tour, led by historian Marion O’Keefe, requires extensive walking. It is hosted by Seymour Public Library. Participants will meet at 4 p.m. Oct. 22 in Trinity Episcopal Church parking lot off Church St. Rain date is Oct. 23. Registration is required at the library, 46 Church St. This information is shared from the READ MORE.
SEYMOUR – Volunteers from Seymour C.A.R.E.S. will be shaking cans from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at Dunkin’ Donuts in Tri-Town Plaza, 814 Derby Ave. Please stop by and make a donation for animals in need! If you can’t make it but still want to help, share this event or invite friends to like and follow READ MORE.
There are lots of delicious flavors awaiting you at Communitini! Tacomida opened this spring and their delicious tacos, bowls, (and margaritas!) are a yummy addition to downtown Shelton. Check out their table at Communtini… get your tickets here: Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
Don’t miss the Waterbury Symphony Orchestra’s Opening Concert THIS SUNDAY at NVCC Fine Arts Center. September 22 at 3 p.m. Kick off Leif Bjaland’s 25th Anniversary season with a Waterbury Symphony Orchestra trip around the world! Sibelius Finlandia Saint-Saëns Piano Concerto No. 5 “Egyptian” Ko-Eun Yi, piano Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 2 “Little Russian” 1:30 p.m. READ MORE.
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It’s still September that means that BAD SONS is still supporting us through their charity tap! You should ring in the weekend by buying a beer to support the Valley United Way. It’s the delicious thing to do. Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
SEYMOUR – The Seymour Historical Society will host a presentation by Natalie Belanger, adult programs manager at the Connecticut Historical Society, on the important role of roadside taverns in Colonial America at 2 p.m. Sunday, September 29, 59 West St. Read the rest of the article on primepublishers.com READ MORE.
SEYMOUR – Paul Lucke, the newly reinstated assistant principal of Seymour High School, presented two grievances to the Board of Education at its meeting on Monday, September 9. Read the rest of the article on primepublishers.com READ MORE.
SEYMOUR – According to police, on Friday, September 13, an officer stopped Mark Freeman, 133 West St., for failing to have the proper number of head lamps illuminated. Read the rest of the article on primepublishers.com READ MORE.
SEYMOUR – The Strategic Planning Committee, meeting Wednesday, September 11, prepared for the presentation of the first, one-year portion of its 10-year strategic plan to the Board of Selectmen and heard suggestions from town economic development consultant Sadie Colcord. Read the rest of the article on primepublishers.com READ MORE.
SEYMOUR – The Planning and Zoning Commission, meeting Thursday, September 12, passed a motion to send the Bladen’s Ridge Affordable Housing Development applications to public hearing on Thursday, October 10. Read the rest of the article on primepublishers.com READ MORE.