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The Women’s Forum of Litchfield presents a program entitled “Cuban Memories” at the Litchfield Community Center on October 4 at 2:30pm. Abdo Ballester knows Cuba firsthand, having been both born there and growing up in the glory days of the country. He will share his memories and talk about what it was like returning as an adult and how it has changed. Ballester makes Washington,...

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The Sam and Myra Ross Institute will host a one-day symposium focused on helping equine facilities expand their therapeutic programming while maintaining both high professional standards and a culture of compassion and respect for both people and equines. How does one create a therapeutic culture that extends to staff, clients, families, volunteers and horses? Green Chimneys has...

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Join librarians Jordan McCorison and Patricia Moore for pizza as we share with you our favorite autumn reading choices! Whether you’re looking for a scary read in the weeks leading up to              Halloween or have more romantic inclinations, we’ve got you covered. From horror classics like Ray Bradbury’s Something Wicked This Way Comes to sweetly sentimental reads...

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Find yourself frequently getting sick, especially in winter? Learn how to stay healthy all year long. Dr. Corsello’s presentations are informative, inspiring, and motivating. Attendees will receive a complimentary BCA (body composition analysis), which measures not only body fat and BMI, but also metabolic age (at what “age” is the body functioning?); visceral fat (the dangerous fat...

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As part of the Garden Conservancy Open Days Program's Digging Deeper series, join owner Linda Allard as she leads an intimate group through Highmeadows during one of her favorite moments in her extraordinary garden, a peak fall afternoon. She will talk about the design ideas and choice plants that make the autumn here so spectacular, as well as some of the sustainable techniques used to keep...

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Learn about the history of Jewish communities in Fairfield County from colonial times to the present with a presentation from the Jewish Historical Society of Fairfield County and Fairfield Museum staff. Bring along any information about local businesses, family photographs, immigration documents, notable individuals, and community organizations in the Bridgeport-Fairfield area that you would...

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This presentation will cover the pioneering, hi-voltage AC electrification of the New Haven Railroad (NHRR) from its initial installation in 1907 to where it is today. This will include the power generation, distribution and the            development of the NHRR's electric locomotives. The NHRR not only had to deal with its own power system, but also that of the New York Central...

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Trust Your Gut

Oct 17, 2018

Trust Your Gut is a three-part approach to supporting healthy digestion and gut health sponsored by MegaFood. Learn to trust your gut with supportive lifestyle practices, foods, and supplements to support gut and digestive health! Workshop will include a gift and in-store coupon for MegaFood products. To register please visit: https://www.newmorn.com/classes-events/

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Ayurveda is thought to be the world’s oldest healing system and is referred to as “mother of all sciences.” It encompasses life in its totality and epitomizes a true body-mind approach to health and wellness. Ayurveda defines health as a balance of body, mind, and spirit. Imbalance results in disharmony and illness can result. Learn how Ayurveda can work with allopathic medicine to...

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Award Winning Cynthia Erivo

Grammy & Tony winner sings pop and Broadway favs at the Ridgefield Playhouse––Sept 16

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Berkshire Fermentation Festival––Sept 16

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Special Occasion Dressing 1860-1960––Exhibition Celebration with former Vogue Editor on Sept 8

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