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WATERBURY — Community Cookbook Club: Digital Dining will be the focus of a virtual program from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Thursday, May 28. The Mattatuck Museum is organizing a virtual gathering of its Community Cookbook Club with a focus on what people are cooking during these challenging times. Those…

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WATERBURY — Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury has postponed its Out of the Shadows fundraiser until the spring of next year.

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WOODBURY — The Better Days Rescue Fund is seeking help for Helen, a very tiny senior lady with a strong will to survive. Helen came to Better Days Rescue with eye infections so severe that they left her mostly blind. Part of her tail was missing and the remaining tail had been broken in two …

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WATERBURY — Waterbury ARC has postponed a fundraiser that was originally scheduled to take place on June 3.

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TORRINGTON — The Susan B. Anthony Project’s third annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes fundraiser is a virtual event this year, happening May 11 to 31.

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OAKVILLE — Due to an unprecedented demand on food pantries for groceries and other basic supplies, St. Mary Magdalen Parish will host a Drive Through Food Drive from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 9 in the church parking lot, 16 Buckingham St.

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WATERTOWN — Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Watertown-Oakville Veterans’ Council has canceled this year’s Memorial Day Parade, originally scheduled for Monday, May 25.

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WATERTOWN — The Parks and Recreation Department has announced that the Watertown Town Wide Tag Sale, originally scheduled for June 6, has been canceled.

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WATERBURY — The producers for the national tour of “An American in Paris” that was slated for an engagement at the Palace Theater in April have announced they are now canceling and not rescheduling those tour dates left unfulfilled in the 2020 theater season, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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WASHINGTON — Two Shepaug Valley School students have created a Kick the Corona Challenge to to inspire people to think and spread positivity and cure cabin fever.

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WATERBURY — The Mattatuck Museum will present Educate Your Daughters: Women’s Suffrage Activism in Waterbury, an illustrated lecture from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 19, via Zoom/Facebook Live.

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WATERBURY — The Mattatuck Museum presents Mindfulness Practice with Ranji: Exploring the Spectrum of Mind, Heart and Body, from 9 to 9:45 a.m. every Sunday via Zoom/Facebook Live.

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WATERBURY — Diamond Sponsor Post University, in conjunction with other generous local businesses, will present the Waterbury ARC’s annual Wine and Beer-Tasting Fundraiser and Auction, currently scheduled for 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, June 3, at Grand Oak Villa Banquet Facility, 550 Sylvan Lake …

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DANBURY — American Idol Season Two Finalist Kimberley Locke and Season 14 Finalist Jax will meet for coffee and conversation about Jax’s thyroid cancer treatment and survivorship in a live online broadcast called Idols for Ann’s Place, set for 9 a.m. Friday, May 1. Those attending will be en…

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WATERTOWN — All existing Little Ninja and Kickin’ Kids students are invited to continue their karate classes remotely with Master Landry and her teaching staff via Zoom.

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AREA — The Connecticut Psoriasis Network has been developed for people who share a common challenge of living with psoriasis.

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WASHINGTON — The Institute for American Indian Studies has launched a series called Inside with IAIS, featuring internet-based, distance learning programs that are entertaining and educational for the whole family.

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SALISBURY — The Salisbury Association Land Trust, partnering with Sharon Audubon Center and the Housatonic Valley Association, has produced an exhibit about important ecological concerns affecting residents and the natural world.

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ANSONIA — Christ Episcopal Church at 56 South Cliff St. directly across from Ansonia Public Library, is collecting clean bottles and cans.

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WASHINGTON — ASAP! is presenting a Virtual Learning Series on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube featuring live and recorded free sessions that include movement, visual art, math, theater, music, cooking, science, engineering and more, all to be experienced from home.

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MIDDLEBURY — The Army Corps of Engineers has announced that Hop Brook Lake’s off-season lot remains open and facility areas are accessible to the public via foot and bicycle traffic.

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WASHINGTON — HORSE of Connecticut invites groups of four or fewer to visit the equine rescue farm from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each weekend in April for a private farm tour. Tours will be arranged by appointment only and social distancing will be observed while visiting the 20 horses grazing on 47…

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OAKVILLE — The Mothers’ Auxiliary of Boy Scout Troop 52 has issued a postponement announcement for the annual ziti dinner fundraiser, scheduled for Saturday, April 4 at the Union Congregational Church, 167 Buckingham St. It is being rescheduled for Saturday, October 17 at the same time as pr…

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WOODBURY — In the interest of public health and the well-being of staff, volunteers, members and friends, the Glebe House Museum has postponed all programs and events through the end of April. The Gertrude Jekyll Garden remains open to the public, seven days per week, dawn to dusk.

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MONROE — The 50th Year Reunion for Central High School, Bridgeport, has been set for Saturday, September 26 at the Stone Barn at Whitney Farms.

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TORRINGTON — Susan B. Anthony Project’s third annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event, originally scheduled for May 17 on the Green in Litchfield, has been postponed due to health concerns around hosting an event of its size during the current Covid-19 pandemic.

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NEWTOWN — Due to the latest developments in the Covid-19 outbreak, the Newtown Knights of Columbus, along with partners FAITH Food Pantry and Newtown Youth and Family Services, have decided to reschedule the third annual Run 4 Hunger and Health from May 16 to September 12.

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TORRINGTON — Susan B. Anthony Project’s 16th annual Authors Luncheon, originally scheduled for April 25, at Fairview Farms Golf Course in Harwinton, has been postponed.

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MORRIS — The Morris Public Library, 4 North Street, is offering a remote interactive engagement for all ages in April, asking what people are reading or have recently read.

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WATERBURY — Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury’s ninth annual Out of the Shadows dinner and silent auction has been rescheduled to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 16 at La Bella Vista at the Ponte Club, 380 Farmwood Rd. The fundraising event will honor Judy Bellemare with the Henry “Mike” and Diane Boy…

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THOMASTON — All Else Has Failed, a hard rock and metal band from Thomaston, released their debut album “Pray For My Downfall” on March 6. Among the nine tracks on the album are singles “Let Me Go” and “Struck Ablaze,” which have received airplay on both internet and terrestrial radio. The al…

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NAUGATUCK — In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Naugatuck Historical Society has canceled all meetings, programs and office hours until April 15, at which time they will reevaluate.

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WATERBURY — As result of the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak and recommended protocol of social distancing, Sacred Heart High School has tentatively rescheduled two upcoming events. 

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MIDDLEBURY — Quassy Amusement and Water Park, 2132 Middlebury Rd., announced its entertainment schedule for the upcoming season, which will start Saturday, April 25.

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LITCHFIELD — The Litchfield Hills Audubon Society will host a Shorebirding Trip in the Stratford area on Sunday, March 29.

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SOUTHBURY — The Pink Chair Project will host its first Cocktails for a Cause Fundraising Gala from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday, March 20, at the Heritage Hotel and Spa. Tickets include cocktail tasting, hors d’oeuvres, live and silent auction items and dancing. “Given that the date is March 20, 2020…