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Litchfield Community Center
421 Bantam Road
Litchfield, CT 06759
phone: 860-567-8302
fax: 860-567-0328

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Continuing Activities - Mondays

Continuing Activities - Tuesdays

Continuing Activities - Wednesdays

Continuing Activities - Thursdays

Continuing Activities - Fridays

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Litchfield Senior Spring Soiree
Thursday, March 23 ~ 12:00 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
Seniors in the Litchfield community are invited to celebrate
the arrival of Spring this year at the Senior Luncheon put on by
Litchfield Parks and Recreation at the Litchfield Community Center
on Thursday, March 23rd at 12:00 noon.
The event will be featuring the very popular Survivor Swing Band
for the listening and dancing pleasure of all in attendance.
The gala will be catered by the culinary
students of Oliver Wolcott Technical School.
Lasagna, salad, bread, dessert all-inclusive for just $10
Tickets for the event are on sale now at Murphy's Pharmacy,
Litchfield's Town Hall, and at the Litchfield Parks and Recreation office
 in the Bantam Annex or you can make reservations at the
Litchfield Community Center and pay at the door.
Admission fee is $10 each.
Desserts are always welcomed!
For more information, please contact
Litchfield Parks and Recreation: (860) 567-7569.

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DJ Dance
Friday, March 24 ~ 7:00-9:30 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
* Open to 7th & 8th grade students
 from Litchfield, Morris, Goshen, and Warren
Permission Slip must be filled out by an adult and passed into the
Center upon arrival if not already done in December 2016.
Slips are good for entire 2016-2017 school year,
and need to be filled out only once
Cost: $7.00 pp @ Door
For more info call 860-567-8302

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Live Well Workshop
Monday, March 27 ~ 12:30-3:00 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
Mondays, March 20 - April 24, 2017
It's your life...Live it well!
Join a FREE 6-week Live Well Workshop today.
For people with ongoing health conditions like diabetes,
depression, heart disease, arthritis, pain and anxiety or
 those caring for someone with an ongoing health condition.
RAFFLE! Participants who attend 4 sessions
will be entered to win a gift!
Cost: FREE
Sponsored by the State Department on Aging
and the Western Connecticut Area Agency on Aging
For more info call 860-567-8302

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Tai Chi
Tuesday, March 28 ~ 12:30 -1:30 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
Tuesdays & Fridays, March 21 - June 13, 2017
Session runs from March 21 - June 13 ~ (No Class April 14th)
Classes are on Tuesdays and Fridays ~ 12:30 -1:30 p.m.
Special FREE 12 Week Tai Chi session, twice a week!
These classes are designed based on the Tai Chi principle
and will include warm-ups, Tai Chi movements and discussion.
Based on ancient Chinese Tai Chi uses gentle flowing motions
 to strengthen the body, relax the mind and reduce the risk of falls.
Made possible by the VNA Northwest
For more info call 860-567-8302

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Ukrainian Egg Decorating class
Tuesday, March 28 ~ 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
"Pysanky" comes from the verb "to write"
as you use a stylus to write with wax on an egg shell.
You will use an open candle flame to melt wax
 used to decorate, or write, on the eggs.
All ages welcome, children under 10
are asked to be accompanied by an adult.
All materials are provided.

Instructor: Donna Smith
Cost: $13.00 pp
* Pre-registration/pre-payment is required
$3.00 pp credit card fee
will be applied to your order.
For more info call 860-567-8302

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Day Trip: West Farms Mall
and New Britain Museum of Art
Wednesday, March 29 ~ 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
Start the day shopping with lunch on your own
at the West Farms Mall from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Then head to the New Britain Museum of Art where a docent
will give you a guided tour of Museum highlights including
 the Ansel Adams Exhibit from 1:30-2:30 p.m.

Enjoy some free time to explore more of the
museum on your own from 2:30-3:00 p.m.
Depart LCC at 10:00am / depart Museum at 3:00 p.m.

Transportation by NW CT Transit is FREE
with a suggested donation of $7.00 pp,
given to driver, only checks accepted.
Pre-registration is required.
For more info call 860-567-8302

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Celebrating 300 Years
of Connecticut’s Remarkable Women
Wednesday, March 29 ~ 2:00-3:00 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
Join us for an interactive multi-media program by the
Connecticut Women's Hall of Fame and learn about some of our state's
most remarkable women! Be inspired as you learn about well-known figures
 like Ella Grasso, Katharine Hepburn and Marian Anderson and lesser
known heroines like Maria Sanchez, Barbara McClintock and Hannah Watson.
This presentation will introduce you to the Hall, its mission and programs,
and give you a panoramic view of some of its 109 Inductees from across
all fields of endeavor, from politics and sports to the arts and sciences.
Cost: FREE
For more info call 860-567-8302

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Cosmetic Surgery Talk
"Cosmetic Surgery - Look and Feel Better"
Wednesday, March 29 ~ 6:00 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
Dr. Amir Nasir of Charlotte Hungerford Hospital's Plastic
and Reconstructive Surgery practice will present a health talk
entitled "Cosmetic Surgery - Look and Feel Better"
 on Wednesday, March 29, at 6 PM.
Dr. Amir Nasir
The presentation will cover the basics of what one needs to know
about plastic and reconstructive surgery, available procedures,
options and benefits. The talk is free and is followed by a Q&A session.
For information call 860-496-6265. Please R.S.V.P. to 860-496-6479.

Charlotte Hungerford Hospital's Multi-Specialty Group recently introduced
CHH Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery to its roster of local multi-specialty
outpatient services and practices. Dr. Nasir has office hours on
Mondays at CHH Surgical Associates on the hospital's main campus,
538 Litchfield Street, Suite 203, Torrington, CT.

Dr. Nasir is a plastic surgeon certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.
He has advanced fellowship training in Aesthetic and Reconstructive
Surgery from Boston University and a medical degree from the University of Kansas.

The practice offers a wide range of services and procedures,
 including breast and abdominal wall reconstruction, Post-Moh's reconstruction,
post-bariatric body contouring, the removal of facial, scalp or soft tissue tumors,
and Ganglion cyst removal. Dr. Nasir also performs Keloid treatments,
eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) for visual field defects, scar revision,
burn surgery/skin grafting, treatment for congenital or acquired soft tissue
anomalies, and liposuction or surgical correction of Gynecomastia.

For more information about Dr. Nasir,
visit his website at www.lotuscosmeticct.com.

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Celebrity Chef Cooking Class
Wednesday, March 29 ~ 6:00-8:30 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
6 week course runs Wednesdays from March 22 to April 26.
Sign up and learn some professional secrets!
The course will teach cooking techniques, sanitation, and menu planning.
This is a hands on cooking course with all materials and ingredients provided.
This course is led by John Ferrucci as seen on the Celebrity Chef Show
on cable channel 5, Wednesday evenings at 7:30 p.m.
Cost: $140 for six weeks
* Pre-registration/pre-payment is required
$3.00 pp credit card fee
will be applied to your order.
For more info call 860-567-8302

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"Teddy Roosevelt"
History Comes to Life Series
Thursday, March 30 ~ 2:00-3:30 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
 
Actor, Author, Educator Ted Zalewski brings to life one of America's
greatest presidents in Teddy Roosevelt: Mind, Body & Spirit. Combining history,
drama and fun voice his given to Roosevelt's own words, writings and beliefs.

Cowboy, soldier, naturalist, historian, father, statesman and a winner
of the Nobel Prize for Peace, Theodore Roosevelt lived a life that
inspires us still. Get ready for a 'bully' time with Teddy Roosevelt!

"History Comes To Life" events:

Cost: $5.00 per person
* Pre-registration is required
For more info call 860-567-8302

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Tai Chi
Friday, March 31 ~ 12:30 -1:30 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
Tuesdays & Fridays, March 21 - June 13, 2017
(No Class April 14th)
Special FREE 12 Week Tai Chi session, twice a week!
These classes are designed based on the Tai Chi principle
and will include warm-ups, Tai Chi movements and discussion.
Based on ancient Chinese Tai Chi uses gentle flowing motions
 to strengthen the body, relax the mind and reduce the risk of falls.

Session runs from March 21 - June 13 ~ (No Class April 14th)
Classes are on Tuesdays and Fridays ~ 12:30 -1:30 p.m.

Made possible by the Northwest VNA
For more info call 860-567-8302

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Starry Nights Cafe
Nicole Zuraitis Quartet
Saturday, April 1 ~ 8:00 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
For more info call 860-567-8302

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Live Well Workshop
Monday, March 20 ~ 12:30-3:00 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
Mondays, March 20 - April 24, 2017
It's your life...Live it well!
Join a FREE 6-week Live Well Workshop today.
For people with ongoing health conditions like diabetes,
depression, heart disease, arthritis, pain and anxiety or
 those caring for someone with an ongoing health condition.
RAFFLE! Participants who attend 4 sessions
will be entered to win a gift!
Cost: FREE
Sponsored by the State Department on Aging
and the Western Connecticut Area Agency on Aging
For more info call 860-567-8302

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Pilobolus "Connecting with Balance"
Tuesday, April 4 ~ 10:00-11:00 a.m.
Litchfield Community Center
Tuesdays, April 4 ` June 20, 2017
Free and open to the public.
Connecting with Balance is a 12 week program focusing on using
movement and dance to maintain and improve dynamic balance.
Participants will work with Pilobolus Teaching Artists
 on creating connections with their own creativity.
This class is open to all levels of ability-even
to those who remain seated throughout.

Pre-registration is required.
For more info call 860-567-8302

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American Red Cross Blood Drive
Tuesday, April 4 ~ 1:15-6:30 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center


"The need is constant, the gratification is instant. Give Blood"
American Red Cross Blood Drive.
* For an appointment, please visit redcrossblood.org
OR call 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767)

For more info call 860-567-8302

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"Quilts that Care"
(1st & 3rd Wednesdays)
Wednesday, April 5 ~ 12:30-2:00 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
Quilts that Care is a dynamic group of volunteers that
make and donate handmade quilts to cancer patients.
These quilts are distributed by the social workers currently
at 8 cancer treatment facilities in CT and growing.
 Currently, quilts are donated to 11 Connecticut Hospitals,
including The Harold Leever Regional Cancer Center, VITAS HealthCare,
Bristol Hospital, New Milford Hospital and Yale-New Haven Hospital.

Donations of fabric shop gift cards, 100 percent cotton fabric, twin-size
quilt backings, cotton flannel and quilting materials are being accepted.
 The donation of an 800-1,000 sq. ft.  work location
with storage would be gratefully accepted.
Fundraising, social media and quilting volunteers
 are being sought. Quilters are especially needed.
Monetary donations can be given through PayPal
 or at P.O. Box 166, Watertown, CT 06795.

 You don't have to be a quilter to join us.
We need volunteers to iron, cut and organize fabric.
All materials are supplied to us.
We have pre-made quilt kits available for those who
cannot make the meetings but would like to participate.
 Subsequent meetings will be held on the
 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month.
 For more info, please call
Deb Van Steenberge at 860-945-0184
For more info call 860-567-8302

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Litchfield Hills Farm-Fresh Indoor Market
Saturday, April 8 ~ 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
 Free and open to the public
Bantam Bread - artisanal breads
Beltane Farm - goat cheese
Berry Ledges Apiary - honey products
Brookside Farm II - maple syrup
Cato Corner Farm - artisanal cow cheeses
Goatboy Soaps - soaps, lotions, lip balm
Good Doggy Treats - chicken breast dog treats
Laurel Ridge Farm - grass fed beef, pork and lamb
Penfield Farm - grass fed emu, pork, lamb
Plum Brook Chocolate - artisanal chocolates
Savor cookies - savory cookies
Sugar Water Farm - hydroponic greens and herbs 
Troy Brook Bakery - artisanal baked goods
Wave Hill Breads - three grain pain de campagne,
ciabatta, garlic bread
Z Farm - chickens,turkeys, duck,eggs 
For more information, please go to
For more info call 860-567-8302

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Live Well Workshop
Monday, March 20 ~ 12:30-3:00 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
Mondays, March 20 - April 24, 2017
It's your life...Live it well!
Join a FREE 6-week Live Well Workshop today.
For people with ongoing health conditions like diabetes,
depression, heart disease, arthritis, pain and anxiety or
 those caring for someone with an ongoing health condition.
RAFFLE! Participants who attend 4 sessions
will be entered to win a gift!
Cost: FREE
Sponsored by the State Department on Aging
and the Western Connecticut Area Agency on Aging
For more info call 860-567-8302

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Day Trip: Yale Center for British Art
and Lunch on Long Wharf
Wednesday, April 12 ~ 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
Start your day at Yale Center for British Art in New Haven with a
docent guided collections highlights tour from 10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Then explore exhibits as you please or browse shops
along Chapel Street from 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Afterwards, head to Long Wharf for lunch on your own either at
Greek Olive Restaurant or Brazi's Italian Restaurant and time to shop
at IKEA from 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. before heading back to Litchfield.

Transportation by NW CT Transit is FREE
with a suggested donation of $7.00 pp,
given to driver, only checks accepted.
Limited to 14, pre-registration is required.
For more info call 860-567-8302

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Litchfield Hills Farm-Fresh Indoor Market
Saturday, April 15 ~ 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
 Free and open to the public
Bantam Bread - artisanal breads
Beltane Farm - goat cheese
Berry Ledges Apiary - honey products
Brookside Farm II - maple syrup
Cato Corner Farm - artisanal cow cheeses
Goatboy Soaps - soaps, lotions, lip balm
Good Doggy Treats - chicken breast dog treats
Laurel Ridge Farm - grass fed beef, pork and lamb
Penfield Farm - grass fed emu, pork, lamb
Plum Brook Chocolate - artisanal chocolates
Savor cookies - savory cookies
Sugar Water Farm - hydroponic greens and herbs 
Troy Brook Bakery - artisanal baked goods
Wave Hill Breads - three grain pain de campagne,
ciabatta, garlic bread
Z Farm - chickens,turkeys, duck,eggs 
For more information, please go to
For more info call 860-567-8302

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Live Well Workshop
Monday, March 20 ~ 12:30-3:00 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
Mondays, March 20 - April 24, 2017
It's your life...Live it well!
Join a FREE 6-week Live Well Workshop today.
For people with ongoing health conditions like diabetes,
depression, heart disease, arthritis, pain and anxiety or
 those caring for someone with an ongoing health condition.
RAFFLE! Participants who attend 4 sessions
will be entered to win a gift!
Cost: FREE
Sponsored by the State Department on Aging
and the Western Connecticut Area Agency on Aging
For more info call 860-567-8302

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"Quilts that Care"
(1st & 3rd Wednesdays)
Wednesday, April 19 ~ 12:30-2:00 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
Quilts that Care is a dynamic group of volunteers that
make and donate handmade quilts to cancer patients.
These quilts are distributed by the social workers currently
at 8 cancer treatment facilities in CT and growing.
 Currently, quilts are donated to 11 Connecticut Hospitals,
including The Harold Leever Regional Cancer Center, VITAS HealthCare,
Bristol Hospital, New Milford Hospital and Yale-New Haven Hospital.

Donations of fabric shop gift cards, 100 percent cotton fabric, twin-size
quilt backings, cotton flannel and quilting materials are being accepted.
 The donation of an 800-1,000 sq. ft.  work location
with storage would be gratefully accepted.
Fundraising, social media and quilting volunteers
 are being sought. Quilters are especially needed.
Monetary donations can be given through PayPal
 or at P.O. Box 166, Watertown, CT 06795.

 You don't have to be a quilter to join us.
We need volunteers to iron, cut and organize fabric.
All materials are supplied to us.
We have pre-made quilt kits available for those who
cannot make the meetings but would like to participate.
 Subsequent meetings will be held on the
 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month.
 For more info, please call
Deb Van Steenberge at 860-945-0184
For more info call 860-567-8302

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Litchfield Garden Club
Open Meeting "Recycle Right!"
Thursday, April 20 ~ 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
Free and open to the public
Recycle Right!

This public program will help support your efforts to increase recycling
through better participation. There are many questions as to what goes in the bin,
how single stream works and what is required. During this program
adults and children will learn what the practice of recycling does to help
save resources, where it fits in Connecticut's plan to reduce waste
and increase resource efficiency and answer some of the confusion
around doing it right. The program is hands on and open to
 questions so come and enjoy as you learn how to recycle right.

Speaker Susan Quincy is an education outreach representative for the
Department of Energy and Environmental Protection working out of the
 Kellogg Environmental Center located in Derby, CT. she provides
 professional development opportunities for educators across the state
 in a variety of environmental topics and areas. Her work with schools is
 focused on increasing environmental awareness through the curriculum
and supports the Green LEAF program for schools to develop healthy
 and sustainable schools facilities for staff and students.
email: litchfieldgclub@gmail.com for more information

For more info call 860-567-8302

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Live Well Workshop
Monday, March 20 ~ 12:30-3:00 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
Mondays, March 20 - April 24, 2017
It's your life...Live it well!
Join a FREE 6-week Live Well Workshop today.
For people with ongoing health conditions like diabetes,
depression, heart disease, arthritis, pain and anxiety or
 those caring for someone with an ongoing health condition.
RAFFLE! Participants who attend 4 sessions
will be entered to win a gift!
Cost: FREE
Sponsored by the State Department on Aging
and the Western Connecticut Area Agency on Aging
For more info call 860-567-8302

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New York City Day Trip
Wednesday, April 26 ~ 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
Enjoy a "Do As You Please" day trip to NYC.
3 stops-Metropolitian Museum of Art,
Rockefeller Center or Battery Park area.
1 pick up - 52nd and Broadway

Bus departs LCC at 8:00 a.m .
and departs NYC at 6:00 p.m.
Transportation provided by Kelly Transit.

* Pre-registration/pre-payment is required.
Cost: $45.00
Note: $3.00pp credit card processing
fee will be added to your order
For more info call 860-567-8302

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"Victorian Era America"
History Comes To Life Series
Thursday, April 27 ~ 2:00-3:30 p.m.  
Litchfield Community Center
 
Singer and actress Deborah Anne Goss takes us on a tour of the
Victorian Era with song & story. Hear the era illuminated with poignant ballads,
 stirring anthems, and humorous ditties sung in Deborah's mellow,
heartfelt tones. Deborah has been heard on NPR, performed in countless
theater productions and toured and performed throughout the country.

"History Comes To Life" events:

* Pre-registration is required
Cost: $5.00 per person  
 For more info call 860-567-8302

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Friday Feast and Dancing Feet
Friday, April 28 ~ 12:00-2:00 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
 
Join us on the 3rd Friday of each month
for a light lunch, music and dancing.
Music this month by "The Survivor Swing Band"
Pre-registration is required
$7.00 pp
For more info call 860-567-8302

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Litchfield Hills Farm-Fresh Indoor Market
Saturday, April 29 ~ 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
 Free and open to the public
Bantam Bread - artisanal breads
Beltane Farm - goat cheese
Berry Ledges Apiary - honey products
Brookside Farm II - maple syrup
Cato Corner Farm - artisanal cow cheeses
Goatboy Soaps - soaps, lotions, lip balm
Good Doggy Treats - chicken breast dog treats
Laurel Ridge Farm - grass fed beef, pork and lamb
Penfield Farm - grass fed emu, pork, lamb
Plum Brook Chocolate - artisanal chocolates
Savor cookies - savory cookies
Sugar Water Farm - hydroponic greens and herbs 
Troy Brook Bakery - artisanal baked goods
Wave Hill Breads - three grain pain de campagne,
ciabatta, garlic bread
Z Farm - chickens,turkeys, duck,eggs 
For more information, please go to
For more info call 860-567-8302

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Afternoon Jazz Feat
"The Mike Casey Trio"
To be rescheduled
Litchfield Community Center
The Mike Casey Trio is a unique jazz group not only in their musical approach,
but in instrumentation as well. The band features Mike Casey on saxophones,
Matt Dwonszyk on acoustic bass, and Corey Garcia on drums - three
of the brightest rising stars in jazz. The absence of guitar or piano,
which is typically found in a jazz group, gives the band a very distinctive sound.
A typical set features original music with some jazz classics/standards
thrown into the mix (re-arranged in their own signature style, of course).
The unique combination of the musicians, the instrumentation,
the songs, and artistic vision give the group a vibe that is at once
earthy and accessible, yet mature, refined, exciting, and upbeat - equally
enjoyed by music lovers or a seasoned jazz aficionado. The Mike Casey Trio
has enchanted audiences young & old alike, performing a unique blend
of upbeat, accessible, original music and exciting arrangements of jazz standards
with a mature lyricism and a sound that commands the attention of the audience.

FREE!
* Register to RSVP or Call us!
For more info call 860-567-8302

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Friday Fun Day
(Open to 4th - 6th Graders)
Litchfield Community Center
Each Month a Litchfield High School student group hosts an evening
at the Community Center with proceeds benefiting various causes.
Open games! Ping pong, pool, air hockey, Foosball, Wii,
 board games, group games, music, arts & crafts!
Snacks and beverages available for purchase.
Cost: $5pp @ door
For more info call 860-567-8302

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"Eleanor Roosevelt, First Lady of the World"
History Comes to Life  Series
Thursday, May 25 ~ 2:00-3:30 p.m.
Litchfield Community Center
 
Actress Sheryl Faye brings Eleanor Roosevelt to life!
After suffering through an unhappy childhood, and losing her parents
 and one of her brothers, she figured out where she fit in and could
make a difference. She grew up and became an American politician,
 the longest-serving First Lady of the United States.

She was the first presidential spouse to hold press conferences,
write a syndicated newspaper column, and speak at a national convention.
 She advocated for expanded roles for women in the workplace, the civil rights
of African Americans and Asian Americans, and the rights of World War II refugees.
She became one of the first delegates to The United Nations.
One of the top ten most admired people of the 20th century.

* Pre-registration is required
Cost: $5.00 per person  
 For more info call 860-567-8302

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Carnival Day ~ BZ photos
Friday, July 10, 2015
 

 

   

 

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Big celebration ends community center Summerfest
Litchfield.bz (07-21-14)
Above, Mike Delay, left, and Ron Leal, co-chairman of Saturday night's gala
fundraiser at the Litchfield Community Center. Below, Father Tucker and Joan Gill.
~ BZ photos and Mary Ellen Birdsall photos

Summerfest at the Litchfield Community Center
concluded with a Saturday night gala called "Our Town."

Three hundred supporters of the community center gathered for the
fundraiser and to drink beer and wine, enjoy a clam bake, and participate
 in a live auction of furniture painted by 10 Litchfield artists.

The artists were Liza Oneglia, Mary DuLude, Susan Newbury, Joan Morosani, Laurie Sweet,
Kerry McDevitt, Jennifer Sabella, Bill Sanders, Faith Ohms, Kathy Murray, Darrin Ronning
 and Travis Messenger, Ella Crampton Knox and Emily Kennedy.

Nancy DePecol and Clifford Cooper created the artwork that went with the "Our Town" theme.
There was also a raffle of gifts donated by several local businesses.
Party planner extraordinaire Ron Leal was co-chairman of the event with Martha Bernstein.

Local sports celebrity Brent Hawkins and his wife, Mary.

John McKenna with Darcey Markelon, left, and Kate Sileo.

Nicole Genereaux and John Acerbi

Janet Baker and her always stylish husband, John.

Dave Skonieczny, left, and Perley Grimes

 
Ray Gibney and Matt Karpas

From left, Gib Keten, Charlie Gill, Bill Smith and Marathon Mary Smith

Ed and Nancy Schuler

Marathon Mary Smith and her husband, Bill.

From left, Susan Kendall, Dale Ryan and Jeannine Cooper.

Matt and Laurie Sweet

Summer Fest - Carnival Day
Thursday, July 17, 2014 ~ BZ photos