Park Road Parade Call For Participants
WEST HARTFORD — The Park Road Association invites a West Hartford village to pointer adult now for a 19th annual Park Road Parade during 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 7.
The Park Road Parade comprises about 100 contingents that embody clubs, organizations, schools, churches, bands, area groups, competition leagues, clowns, businesses, antique cars, and open officials.
Each year awards are given to best float, best altogether performance, best costume, best low-pitched opening and best village spirit. The march starts during South Highland and Park Road and ends during South Quaker Lane and lasts about 45 mins to one hour.
Sign adult currently by stuffing out a form found on a march website: www.ParkRoadCT.com/about-the-parade. Anyone with questions might hit Renée McCue during email@example.com or by job 860-561-7521.
Ben Bronz Foundation Welcomes New Director
WEST HARTFORD — Ben Bronz Foundation welcomed new Executive Director Kim Holley. Holley late from a State of Connecticut in Jun of this year, where she served as a Superintendent of Schools for Unified School District #1. Holley’s reign in Unified School District #1 lasted over 20 years and enclosed a accumulation of roles.
In her new purpose as a conduct of Ben Bronz Foundation, Holley will approach a programs of Ben Bronz Academy, The Learning Incentive and satellite programs including a Cyber Launch Pad Summer Program.
Dementia Support Group
WEST HARTFORD — Hartford HealthCare Center for Healthy Aging is presenting a giveaway insanity support organisation during a West Hartford Senior Center, 15 Starkel Road. The organisation meets on a third Tuesday of any month, from 10 to 11 a.m. Starting in September, a organisation will accommodate on a initial Tuesday of a month.
Those who caring for a desired one with Alzheimer’s or insanity will be means to learn useful skills while voicing their concerns. Topics embody communication techniques, caregiver support, reserve issues, advantages of activities and daily routine, family dynamics, stages of illness process, function government and more. Facilitators are Michelle Wyman, LSW, CDP, life improvement manager with Hartford HealthCare Center for Healthy Aging, and Elaine Reid, CDP, executive of customer services with Companions for Living.
For some-more information or to register for a insanity support group, call Michelle during 860-276-5399, ext. 4404, email Michelle.Wyman@hhchealth.org; or Elaine during Ereid@companionsforliving.com or 860-712-4614.
WEST HARTFORD — The 2017 Sun is Shining Concert Series will take place during First Church, 12 South Main St. The report is as follows: We Happy Few on Aug. 8, Still Kickin’ and a Big City Horns on Aug. 15, a Dan Liparini Quartet on Aug. 22 and The Jolly Beggars on Aug. 29.
The concerts take place on a front lawn, from 6 to 8 p.m. The concerts are free, though donations to Food for Friends are welcome. Visit https://www.facebook.com/whfirstchurch for updates.
CANTERBURY — A stone portrayal seminar for people ages 11 and adult will take place from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 3, during a Canterbury Public Library, 1 Municipal Drive. Sign-up is required. Those who attend will be means to paint ladybugs and mandalas.
Summer Concert Series
WEST HARTFORD — Elizabeth Park Conservancy’s summer unison array on a Rose Garden Lawn, 1561 Asylum Ave., will run until Aug. 16. The concerts are from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Mighty Soul Drivers, featuring classical essence sounds from Memphis and other points South to a hills of New England, will perform on Aug. 9.
Eight to a Bar will perform on Aug. 16. Eight to a Bar is famous for a superb instrumentalists and worldly low-pitched and outspoken arrangements, highlighted by womanlike vocalists.
Those attending are speedy to move grass chairs or blankets for seating, and picnicking is allowed. The sleet date for any unison is a Thursday following a creatively scheduled.
Fern Street Community Kitchen Schedule
WEST HARTFORD — The Fern Street Community Kitchen has arriving dates for giveaway village breakfasts, food cupboard and mobile foodshare placement for neighbors in need.