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Pet of The Week

This week from the Connecticut Humane Society’s Waterford branch we have Buster!!!  Buster is a 3 month old Bluetick Coonhound mix.  He is a neutered male.  Buster has been with us for over a week and he is a high energy puppy.  He needs an owner that had the time and energy to give him so he can be the best puppy around.  Buster would benefit from positive training, exercise and socialization.  If you have any questions on Buster or any of the other animals at the shelter, give us a call at (860) 442 8583, check out our website at www.cthumane.org or stop in at 169 Old Colchester Road in Quaker Hill.  Don’t forget to check out our Facebook page!!!

 

 

 

Wine Stories

Saturday, 9/6/16, 2:30 – 5:00 pm

Local Wines.  Local Authors.  A Perfect Combination.

Connecticut Valley Winery, one of our state’s most award-winning vineyards, will host our local authors in a book event that offers the unique experience of pairing wines with books.  The wines will be paired with mysteries, romance, thrillers, humor and inspirational stories by Connecticut authors.  The event will be held on Saturday, September 6, 2014, from 2:30 – 5:00 pm.

Wine Storiesis sponsored by the American Authors & Publishers Guild (AAPG), a non-profit organization that promotes literary quality, encourages reading and writing in the community, and raises awareness of the availability and depth of literary talent in our state.  (http://AAandPG.org/)

Connecticut Valley Winery (CTVW) is located in picturesque Litchfield County, and is owned and operated by Anthony and Judith Ferraro.  The winery has won a record-breaking 25 medals at The Big E Northeast Gold Wine Competition, and was also named the Best Small Winery in the Northeast.  Named “Favorite Connecticut Winery” on the CT Wine Trail, CTVW continues to win awards and receive great reviews.  Open Thursday through Sunday, 12 – 5 pm.

For more information about this event or AAPG, please contact June Hyjek.  June can be reached at 860-985-9850 or jhyjek@earthlink.net.  

 

 

Helping a Local Family in Need
Help a local family in need, portions of proceeds from Monica St. Tours sales will go to help Charlene who is suffering from Lupis and her family.
To order: go to
www.mythirtyone.com/monicastours

Select, Charlene's Fundraiser, and then place your order.
Thank you everyone! Please help support Charlene and her family!
Fundraiser will go from August 1-13.
 

 

VENDORS WANTED
Vendors are wanted for East Great Plain Volunteer Fire Dept. 2nd Annual Fall Festival
Saturday, Oct. 4th from 9-4pm. Call Robin for more info-
860-917-6284

 

Lobster Stew Dinner
For the past 48 years, a tradition of Summer Suppers at Niantic Community Church has attracted locals, summer folks and day trippers alike. The last supper of the season is a lobster stew dinner that is a rare commodity in these parts according to, Maine native Sonya Hoisington. She lives in Niantic now but makes a trip to her hometown in Maine to raid her cousins lobster boat just in time to drive her catch back to Connecticut, meet up with co-chair Kim Birk and create a lobster stew with generous portions of lobster in each serving. The meal ($20) includes a salad, corn on the cob and brownies for dessert. Alternative menu offerings for the dinner include taco or chicken salads ($12) as well as a children’s menu ($5) of hot dogs, chips and dessert.  Advance tickets are required for the August 12, 5:30 p.m., dinner and are available now by calling the church office or by calling Sonya Hoisington at (860)235-0170.
        “If you’ve never had fresh Maine lobster stew, here’s your chance,” said Hoisington. “From the Maine lobsterman, right to your Niantic table.”
        Take-out is always available as well as seating in our air conditioned dining hall.             Niantic Community Church is located at 170 Pennsylvania Ave., Niantic.
(860) 739-6208. Visit www.NianticCommunityChurch.org

THE AVERY-COPP HOUSE HOSTS WAR OF 1812 EVENT
The Avery-Copp House will mark the 200th anniversary of the August 1814 British assault on southeastern Connecticut coastal communities in the War of 1812 by hosting an event on August 9 from 11 AM to 3 PM. The public is invited to meet a Groton soldier from the period, look inside his tent, learn about his weapons and watch him fire his musket. The public will also discover what soldiers did for fun and what they ate. This is a free event. Families with children are welcome and no reservations are required.

The Avery-Copp House is located at 154 Thames Street in the Groton Bank National Register Historic District. Built in the colonial style in the early 1800s and Victorianized at the turn of the last century, the house tells the story of generations of an American family that lived here for 200 years. Furnishings are original and testify to Yankee thrift, inventiveness and hard work, with household items reflecting the fruits of the family’s labor and travel. Two Victorian gazebos sit above the house on the terraced lawns overlooking the Thames River.

The house will be open for tours during the event. Admission is $5 for adults. Children age 12 and under are free. The house is also open for tours Friday through Sunday, 11 AM to 3 PM, through October 12. For more information, call 860-445-1637 or email averycopphouse@sbcglobal.netor visit on the web at www.AveryCoppHouse.org

 

Masonicare Home Health & Hospice
Masonicare Home Health & Hospice is looking for kind, compassionate and caring individuals to become part of their hospice team.  Volunteers play a critical role in hospice care and have the opportunity to provide patient and family support in a number of ways.  Volunteers support hospice patients and families in their own community.  The next training program for new volunteers will be held in September in the East Lyme office of Masonicare Home Health & Hospice. To learn more about Masonicare’s hospice volunteer program and to request an application, please call Faith Grist or Wendy Worley, Hospice Volunteer Coordinators for the East Lyme office of Masonicare Home Health & Hospice, at 860-691-4630.

 

 

Dancing With Our Heroes

The Fred Astaire Franchised Dance Studios of New England are partnering together for a fund-raising “Dancing with Our Heroes” Gala to be held Saturday, September 13th, 2014 at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford.

The event will feature general dancing, a sit-down dinner, a silent auction, a professional show and the “Dancing with Our Heroes” competition. The proceeds of the event will be donated to The Friends of Fisher House Connecticut for the construction of a Fisher House on the grounds of the West Haven VA. The goal is to raise $500,000.

The “Dancing with Our Heroes” competition will be a Ballroom & Latin dance competition between our military heroes, who will each be partnered with a professional dance instructor. Each participating Fred Astaire Dance Studio will provide the instructors and free lessons to help the hero prepare for the competition. There will be no cost to the hero for participation. Winners will be selected by audience votes and a panel of celebrity judges.

Fred Astaire Dance Studios

12 Roosevelt Ave. Mystic Ct 06355

(860) 245-0037

www.fadsmystic.com or email us at www.dance@fadsmystic.com

For people of all ages, no partner necessary

All You Can Eat Buffet Breakfast

The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 128 Niantic serves a buffet all you can eat breakfast on the first Sunday of each month at The American Legion Post 128, 16 York Ave in Niantic from 8:00-11:00a.m. Menu includes: pancakes, french toast, donut holes, bacon, sausage, homefries, omelets and eggs to order, bisquits, fruit cup, juice, coffee, tea, etc. A $8.00 donation for adults and a $3.00 donation for kids under 10 is asked to benefit our many Military, Veteran, Children, and Community Programs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


   New London Senior Center
120 Broad Street
New London, CT 06320
 
Elizabeth Witter, Coordinator/ Municipal Agent
Penny Braun, Secretary
Dawn Tucker and   Rikki Woodward, Drivers
 

Mondays: 9 a.m. Exercise,  10:00 Bingo , 11:30 Lunch, Invite your group to play cards, 12:30 Writing.

Tuesdays:  9 Yoga, 9 a.m. Health & Wellness, 11:30 Lunch,  12:30 p.m. Sewing. 

Wednesdays: 9 a.m. Exercis

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