Lemonade Stand For Veterans
WEST HARTFORD — On Jul 4, 3 facile aged West Hartford girls non-stop a lemonade mount to lift income to benefaction in respect of veterans. Tanya Mene, Divya Mene and Sophia Schaner had a successful day of offered lemonade. Their mom reached out to American Legion Hayes-Velhage Post 96 for suggestions on where their concession could be sent. Post 96 suggested a new Fisher House Connecticut.
The Fisher House Foundation builds and maintains prolonged tenure residential comforts nearby troops hospitals nationwide. The families of severely harmed soldiers need a place to stay during a prolonged reconstruction slight and Fisher House provides that use during no cost to families. Currently, there are 54 Fisher Houses nationwide. For some-more information, revisit http://www.fisherhousect.org
On Jul 11, Hayes-Velhage Post 96 Commander Jeffrey Cole presented any lady a Certificate of Appreciation in approval of their efforts and support of Veterans. Pictured (left to right) are Sophia Schaner, Divya Mene, Tanya Mene and Commander Jeffrey Cole, Hayes-Velhage Post 96.
Pippin At Arts Festival
WEST HARTFORD — In a 41st season, a West Hartford Summer Arts Festival will benefaction “Pippin” during William H. Hall High School, 975 N. Main St., during 7:30 p.m. Jul 27, Jul 28 and Jul 29. Tickets are $19.50. To squeeze tickets, revisit www.westhartfordsaf.com or call 860-969-1723.
Diabetes Self-Management Workshop
BLOOMFIELD — A seven-week seminar on diabetes self-management seminar with purebred dietitian and approved diabetes teacher Paula Kellogg Leibovitz will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sept. 28, Oct. 5, Oct. 12, Oct. 17, Nov. 2, Nov. 9, and Nov. 16, during a Prosser Public Library, 1 Tunxis Ave.
Topics lonesome embody dish formulation and holiday food choices, tag reading, glucose monitoring and aim blood glucose levels, drugs and sportive safely. The sessions are interactive and questions from a assembly will be answered.
There is no category a week of Oct. 23. Registration is required; call West Hartford-Bloomfield Health District during 860-561-7900, ext. 0.
Summer Of The ’80s
WEST HARTFORD — Join Rock Voices, a area’s usually village stone choir, for an dusk of classics from a 80s, during 7 p.m. Saturday, Jul 29, during The Universalist Church, 433 Fern St.
Backed adult by a veteran stone band, this 100-plus voice choir will broach a harmonies of your favorite songs like you’ve never listened them before. Founded by award-winning composer/director/educator Tony Lechner and destined by Aidan Talbot, Rock Voices has 4 operation locations in 3 states, Hadley and Northampton, Mass.; Brattleboro, Vermont; and West Hartford.
The choir is open to people of all ages and low-pitched abilities. Ticket prices are $15 for adults, $12 for seniors and $8 for students and are accessible from members or during http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3023986. Visit valleychoirs.com for some-more information.
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 each 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.
Lego Brick Challenge
CANTERBURY — The West Hartford Children’s Museum presents a Lego section plea holding place during a Canterbury Public Library, 1 Municipal Drive, from 10:30 to 11:15 a.m. Monday, Jul 31. Children ages 6 and adult can pattern and build their possess Lego vehicle.
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.
Rock Solid Alibi, a stone and hurl rope personification together for some-more than 26 years, will perform on Jul 26. The rope consists of Steve Armentano of Manchester on drums, Marty Moran of Wethersfield on bass, and Mike Armentano of South Windsor on guitar.
Mass-Conn-Fusion, a organisation sketch a talent from both sides of a Connecticut- Massachusetts border, will perform on Aug. 2. The organisation has an endless repertoire featuring Motown, RB, jazz and blues hits of a ’60s to a present.
Mighty Soul Drivers, featuring classical essence sounds from Memphis and other points South to a hills of New England, will perform on Aug. 9.