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CJ Christensen Helps 'Project Sustainability'

 July 23, 2014

In May, North Guilford Nurseries (NGN) supported Project Sustainability by giving away free tomato, squash, and cucumber plants to any resident interested in growing fresh veggies and returning half the harvest for Guilford Food Bank.

Larry Zukof Retires from NMS

 July 16, 2014

Larry Zukof may have retired as executive director of the acclaimed Neighborhood Music School (NMS), but he's not retiring from his involvement in the arts.

GFL Children’s Librarian Heinrich Retires July 11

 July 9, 2014

When Suellen Heinrich retires as head children's librarian on Friday, July 11, one thing she's going to miss is hearing all those funny, spontaneous things kids say.

Thommen Oversees Guilford’s Beach Safety

 July 2, 2014

As Guilford's waterfront director, Brenna Thommen knows her job and every job she supervises-because, since the age of 16, she's worked every post.

Kowalski Helps Guilford History Come to Life

 June 25, 2014

Dressed in long layers of Colonial garb, Sue Kowalski will spend this summer weekend cooking over a blazing hearth-and loving every minute.

Séjourné Named 2014 GHS Valedictorian

 June 18, 2014

When Class of 2014 Valedictorian Gabrielle Séjourné begins her undergraduate studies at Harvard University this fall, she's confident her experience as a Guilford High School (GHS) student will serve her well.

Focusing on ‘We Are Guilford’

 June 11, 2014

Catherine Kiernan Marganski may be most comfortable behind the lens, but a project she started earlier this year is putting her in the spotlight.

Walk this Way to Celebrate Guilford & the New England Trail

 June 4, 2014

Thanks to architect William Thompson, footsteps falling on the new boardwalk at Chittenden Park will carry hikers, birdwatchers, nature lovers, and folks in need of a shoreline respite to one of the most beautiful vistas on the 215-mile New England Trail...

Struggle Shaped Her Success

 May 28, 2014

Headed to UConn School of Law on a full scholarship this fall, Guilford's Jamie Lawler is the picture of success-and miles away from her time as a homeless, pregnant teen desperately cracking her first law book at a public library.

Going 3-D at Guilford Free Library

 May 21, 2014

One of the first objects Rob McCoole produced with Guilford Free Library's (GFL) new 3-D printer and digital scanner was pretty practical, yet a perfect example of what this remarkable tech can do.

On a Mission to Outrun the Odds

 May 14, 2014

Warmer weather always brings more runners and cyclists out on Guilford streets, but if it seems like you're seeing more than usual, you may be right.

Offering Unique Programs to Empower Women

 April 30, 2014

From programs that empower women facing the prospect of divorce to those that help new moms explore breastfeeding options, there are some very unique offerings at Women & Family Life Center, says Program Director Wendy DeLucca.

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Adam Kolker Quartet — 8:00 pm; Thu., Jul. 24

Billy Stritch & Jim Caruso — 8:00 pm; Thu., Jul. 24

Summer Nights with the band Sunday Gravy — 7:00 pm; Thu., Jul. 24

Friday Night Fun and Silly Hat Parade at Ocean Beach — 7:30 pm; Fri., Jul. 25

The Dick Campo Big Band — 6:30 pm; Fri., Jul. 25

'Back to the Future" - Outdoor Movie in the Park — 8:30 pm; Sat., Jul. 26

'Old Neighbors' Colonel Ledyard School Reunion — 11:30 am; Sat., Jul. 26

Fish Tales, Tugs & Sails — 11:00 am; Sat., Jul. 26

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