SOUTHBURY — After months of planning, designing, digging and fighting inclement weather, the Southbury Garden Club recently opened a new Pollinator Garden at Settlers Park. Club President Elizabeth Berlenbach and First Selectman Jeffrey Manville officially dedicated the garden to provide aid to pollinators and also create a peaceful place for local residents to enjoy.
MONROE-SHELTON — The MOMS Club of Shelton and Monroe recently donated 32 books to the Plumb Memorial and Huntington Branch Libraries of Shelton and the Edith Wheeler Memorial Library of Monroe. The MOMS Club of Shelton and Monroe provides support and activities for moms and their children in a variety of ways. They serve parents from Shelton, Monroe and Stratford.
TORRINGTON — The Women & Girls Fund, a fund of the Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation, has awarded a grant of $1,000 to CT Women’s Education and Legal Fund to support the work of the Connecticut Collective for Women & Girls.
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OXFORD — The Twitchell-Rowland Homestead has opened a new exhibition, Under Our Feet: Our Native American Heritage in Oxford. The display contains a wide variety of the stone tools found in Oxford’s soil at several locations across the town, including West Street, Chestnut Tree Hill Road, Great Hill Road and the banks of the Housatonic River.
WASHINGTON — HORSE of Connecticut will host a Summer Horse Parade from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, July 20 at 43 Wilbur Rd. The Summer Horse Parade is an opportunity for people interested in adopting, leasing, sponsoring or volunteering to meet the organization’s horses. Horses are aged 6 to 29, from mini to draft, with many available for the advanced-beginner to experienced rider.