Posted October 1, 2014
A little tasting, a little talking-the Shoreline Chamber of Commerce sponsored its first annual Chowder Challenge for a Cause on Sept. 27 on the Guilford Green. The participants had a...
Posted September 24, 2014
Astrid and Erik Bernard get a hands-on lesson in early American history from Al Kostuk of Pisgah Mountain Primitives at the Guilford Fair. A Guilford tradition since 1859, the fair...
Posted September 22, 2014
BRANFORD, CT SEPT. 22, 2014 – Mark your calendars, the Community Dining Room (CDR) will kick off its annual Make Your Own Scarecrow at Bishop’s Orchards on Saturday, October 4. The...
Posted By: Pam M, September 9, 2014
Posted By: Noreen W, September 9, 2014
Field Hockey Defeats HK in Overtime
Volleyball Falls to Sheehan
Starship Dance Theater Auditions for The Magic Toyshop
GYLA U-11 Girls Win Nutmeg State Games Lacrosse Tournament
Jewish Festival Celebrates on the Guilford Green
Wacky Waterslide Day
Shakesperience Brings 'Lear' to Guilford
Where Robots Meet Classic Cars
An Eyeful of Art in Guilford
Hillary Clinton Draws Throngs to Downtown Madison
Eagle Scout Project from Troop 471
Senior Legion Suffers Loss to Wallingford
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While playing basketball growing up, Ben Siciliano noticed he was faster than most kids...
The Victorian era was a fertile time in the arts in Great Britain, yet sculpture isn't...
A total of 9 events have been found.
Connecticut at Work: Part 1 of 2 - Book Discussion — 6:30 pm; Thu., Oct. 2
Ghosts of Groton Bank — 6:00 pm; Sat., Oct. 4
Tavern Night at the Hempsted Houses — 5:00 pm; Sat., Oct. 4
Klezmenschen in Concert — 3:00 pm; Sun., Oct. 5
Goshen Fall Fest — 9:00 am; Sun., Oct. 5
Manhattan Short Film Festival — 3:00 pm; Sun., Oct. 5
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof — 2:00 pm; Sun., Oct. 5
Vettes at the Village — 11:00 am; Sun., Oct. 5