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  • The Calero Family Touches Base–– When Serving Others Means Time Apart

    DOROTHY EVANS
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    July 30, 2004, Friday

    The Calero Family Touches Base–– When Serving Others Means Time Apart By Dottie EvansSaturday, July 31, can’t come too soon for the family of Kim and Mario Calero....Read Full Article

  • History You Can Touch—Military Museum Pays Tribute To Veterans

    LINDA BAUER
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    July 30, 2004, Friday

    History You Can Touch—Military Museum Pays Tribute To VeteransDANBURY — There is no need to travel to Washington, D.C. to celebrate the “Greatest Generation.” While the nation’s capital has unveiled the long-awaited World War II Memorial and will continue to pay tribute to the veterans o...Read Full Article

  • Clam Diggers Band Tuesday—Summer Concerts & Dances Continue At The Homesteads  

    SHANNON HICKS
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    July 30, 2004, Friday

    Clam Diggers Band Tuesday—Summer Concerts & Dances Continue At The Homesteads   The Homesteads at Newtown is presenting its 3rd Annual Summer Concert Series this summer, with music for every taste. At most of these concerts, patrons will have the opportunity to dance to the beautiful music...Read Full Article

  • Tools Of Native Lifeways

    SHANNON HICKS
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    July 30, 2004, Friday

    Tools Of Native LifewaysWASHINGTON — Wendell Deer-With-Horns, of Two Kettles Band in Lakota Nation, will compare and contrast tools and implements from his own Plains collection with the Eastern Woodland collection of The Institute for American Indian Studies at the museum on Saturday, July 31.M...Read Full Article

  • Call For Artists:CT Vision 2004

    JOANNA LESTIC
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    July 30, 2004, Friday

    Call For Artists:CT Vision 2004WATERBURY — The Mattatuck Museum has announced a call for artists for the Connecticut Vision 2004 exhibit, which will open on September 23. Harry Philbrick, the director of The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art in Ridgefield, will be the juror of this year’s sho...Read Full Article

  • Diaz Memorial Video FestivalIs Returning

    SHANNON HICKS
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    July 30, 2004, Friday

    Diaz Memorial Video FestivalIs ReturningThe 2nd Annual James Diaz Memorial Video Festival, sponsored by Charter Communications and CommunityVision 21, is now accepting video entries....Read Full Article

  • Park and Recreation officials put aside any reservations they may have had about developing a 56-acre town-owned parcel into a park, and Monday night recommended to the Board of Selectmen that the town go forward with development of the property. Pla

    JAN HOWARD
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    July 30, 2004, Friday

    Park and Recreation officials put aside any reservations they may have had about developing a 56-acre town-owned parcel into a park, and Monday night recommended to the Board of Selectmen that the town go forward with development of the property. Plans to develop the so-called Stefanko Park off Ph...Read Full Article

  • Newtown

    JAN HOWARD
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    July 30, 2004, Friday

    Newtown Support GroupsFriday, July 30       AA, Newtown United Methodist Church, 92 Church Hill Road, 8 pm, beginners meeting, open discussion. Saturday, July 31       Daily Reflections meeting, St Rose School (Monsignor Conroy Room), Church Hill Road, 6:30–8 pm. Sunday, August 1 ...Read Full Article

  • A Sky Full Of Night Music

    SHANNON HICKS
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    July 30, 2004, Friday

    A Sky Full Of Night MusicDANBURY — Western CT State University’s Westside Observatory will offer two free showings of Night Music on Thursday, August 5. The shows will be at 4 and 6:30 pm rain or shine. The observatory is on the university’s westside campus, on University Boulevard (off Mill...Read Full Article

  • Family Magic Story Hours Tuesdays In August

    SHANNON HICKS
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    July 30, 2004, Friday

    Family Magic Story Hours Tuesdays In AugustDANBURY — A story is magic, whether old or new.Tarrywile Park & Mansion will revive its popular Magic Story Hour series in August with a series of programs in the property’s Children’s Garden. All ages are welcome to attend, with adult supervisi...Read Full Article

  • Rising From The Mud, Newtown Roads Have Always Been A Source Of Complaints

    JAN HOWARD
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    July 30, 2004, Friday

    Rising From The Mud, Newtown Roads Have Always Been A Source Of ComplaintsBy Jan HowardRoads. We love them and we hate them. We complain about them because there is construction or reconstruction that slows traffic down, potholes that ruin tires, snowplowing or sanding that takes place after we h...Read Full Article

  • Performances will be Friday and Saturday evenings, July 30-31 and August 6-7, at 7:30 pm, and Sunday afternoons, August 1 and 8, at 3 pm.

    SHANNON HICKS
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    July 30, 2004, Friday

    Performances will be Friday and Saturday evenings, July 30-31 and August 6-7, at 7:30 pm, and Sunday afternoons, August 1 and 8, at 3 pm.The church is at 20 Gillotti Road. Call Dot Bass, 746-2855, for additional information....Read Full Article

  • Greenridge Drive, Brookfield

    MARY GAUDET
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    July 30, 2004, Friday

    Greenridge Drive, BrookfieldGeorgeAnn and Christopher Manfredonia, formerly of Ridgefield, purchased a colonial located at 18 Greenridge Drive in Brookfield from SIRVA Relocation.The property was sold by Kathi Peterman and Kathy Martin of Curtiss and Crandon and listed by Prudential Connecticut Re...Read Full Article

  • Women’s Center Plans Program On How To Stay Safe At College

    LARISSA LYTWYN
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    July 30, 2004, Friday

    Women’s Center Plans Program On How To Stay Safe At CollegeDANBURY — The Women’s Center of Greater Danbury is sponsoring a college safety workshop for college bound students and their parents that will focus on risk reduction, basic safety tips, and information on rape drugs. Danbury police...Read Full Article

  • Southbury Knights Corvette Raffle

    JOANNA LESTIC
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    July 30, 2004, Friday

    Southbury Knights Corvette RaffleSOUTHBURY — The Msgr William J. Collins Council No. 5066, Knights of Columbus is now running the sixth tri-annual Corvette raffle. The prize is a 2005 Corvette Coupe.Tickets are on sale now, and will be available through the October 30 raffle date, or until they...Read Full Article

  • Domestic Abuse Support Group

    JOANNA LESTIC
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    July 30, 2004, Friday

    Domestic Abuse Support GroupDANBURY — The Women’s Center is conducting weekly domestic abuse support groups in Danbury and New Milford. These free and confidential groups, for domestic violence victims, addresses the needs of women who have or are experiencing all forms of abuse, including ver...Read Full Article

  • The Science Of Crime, For Young Adults

    SHANNON HICKS
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    July 30, 2004, Friday

    The Science Of Crime, For Young AdultsC.H. Booth Library Young Adult Department is offering a special program, “Forensics: The Science of Crime,” on Tuesday, August 3, from 1:30 to 3 pm.A mock crime scene will be set up at the library. Participants will work with Newtown Police Office Rich Rob...Read Full Article

  • Library Slates Young Adult Workshop On Hamlet

    SHANNON HICKS
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    July 30, 2004, Friday

    Library Slates Young Adult Workshop On HamletLeland Kellogg of Newtown is leading another workshop at C.H. Booth Library for young adults. This time the professional actress and teacher is taking on Shakespeare, and is inviting anyone entering grade 7 and above this fall to join her for The Fiftee...Read Full Article

  • HAPPY BIRTHDAY

    LARISSA LYTWYN
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    July 30, 2004, Friday

    HAPPY BIRTHDAYJuly 15, Colin Dutt, Age 9July 27, Thomas Jensen, Age 4July 28, Nickolas Lansing, Age 5 July 28, Andrew James Ryan, Age 9 July 28, Savannah Davidow, Age 5 July 29, Annaleigh Davidow, Age 2 July 29, Mitchell O’Connor, Age 8 July 29, Melissa Staples, Age 12...Read Full Article

  • Gardening Fair PlannedAt Extension Center

    SHANNON HICKS
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    July 30, 2004, Friday

    Gardening Fair PlannedAt Extension CenterThe Fairfield County Extension Center will present a gardening fair on Saturday, August 14, from 1 to 4 pm. Admission is free, and the first 30 visitors will receive a perennial plant. The extension center is at 67 Stony Hill Road (Route 6)....Read Full Article