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Prosser Library Events

BLOOMFIELD — The following events will take place at the Prosser Public Library Community Room, 1 Tunxis Ave., unless otherwise noted.

The Teacher, a film from Czechoslovakia: Friday, March 2, at 1:30 p.m. Slovak with English subtitles. See the film and stay afterward for casual conversation. No registration is required.

Discuss "A Family Affair," a Nero Wolfe Mystery. Monday, March 5, at 6:30 p.m. Copies of the book are available at the library. Registration is appreciated.

21st Century Composers, Music Appreciation: Tuesday, March 6, 1 p.m. Russ Salk will bring his collection of recordings by contemporary composers for your listening pleasure. Enjoy musical excerpts and learn a bit about selected contemporary composers. Registration is appreciated.

Semiramide Opera Talk, J. Engel. Wednesday, March 7, 1 p.m. The New York Times 1990 Music historian Jeffrey Engel will present the opera talk, offering historical context for the composer and the opera story. Registration is appreciated.

Caregiver Support Group/Healing Hearts: Wednesday, March 7, 1:30 p.m., at the Marilyn Michaelson Senior Center, 330 Park Ave. Meetings are held at 1:30 p.m. on the first Wednesday of each month at the Senior Center. Facilitators: Lucille Morisse, Social Worker, and Mara Whitman, Adult Services Librarian. For more information, call the Senior Center at 860-243-8361.

Reader's Theater Presents Buyer & Cellar, a comedy: Wednesday, March 7, 6:30 p.m. Prosser Public Library continues with its series of dramatic play readings by the Reader's Theater, founded by Myron Gubitz. Featuring area actors, this series is directed by Anne Cassady and Richard Kamins. Registration is appreciated.

Chill Out & Knit: When: Thursdays, March 8 and 22, 3:45 p.m. New members of all ages and experience are welcome to drop in and join this group of knitters in the Community Room. Knitters will guide one another with creative new projects or tinkering with an old one. No registration required.

Book Discussion: "Circling the Sun" by Paula McLain. Thursday, March 8, 6:30 p.m., at the McMahon Wintonbury Library Adult Reading Room. All readers are welcome to attend. Copies of the book will be available at McMahon Wintonbury Library one month prior to the discussion date. Registration is appreciated, online or by calling 860-242-0041.

Line Dancing: Monday, March 12, 6:30 p.m. No previous experience necessary.

Library Board Meeting: Tuesday, March 13, 5 p.m.

An evening with Abigail Adams: Tuesday, March 13, 6:30 p.m. As Abigail Adams, Carol Bielefeld will present a lively portrait of one of the most fascinating and remarkable women in our nation's history. Registration is appreciated.

Exercise and Healthy Aging: Wednesday, March 14, 1:30 p.m. The presentation is given by Exercise Physiologist Joanna Weir. Program sponsored by the library, and Hartford Health Care. Light refreshments provided by Farmington Bank in Bloomfield. Registration is required.

Computer Basics: Wednesday, March 14, 6 p.m. Learn how to use a flash drive, cut/copy/paste, and create/rename folders. Prerequisite: Familiarity with a mouse and keyboard. Each participant will use a library laptop. Please register, as class space is limited.

Wintonbury Poetry Series: Thursday, March 15, 7 p.m. McMahon Wintonbury Library Children's Room. "Poets from East of the River and West of the River" - featuring Mary Elizabeth Lang and Tarn Granucci. Mary Elizabeth Lang of Bozrah, with an MFA in poetry from Bennington, will read from her book, Under Red Cedars, and other poems. Tarn Granucci, Poet Laureate of Wallingford, will present from a wide variety of themes in his poems.

Paper Crafts/Scrapbooking @ Your Library: Friday, March 16, 2 p.m. Springtime cards or Easter cards or bring your own blank pages, photos, adhesives, scissors and memorabilia to a do it yourself scrapbooking time. The library will supply decorative papers, letters, fasteners and stickers for creating memorable pages for a scrapbook. Long-time craft enthusiast and facilitator Becki Colton will guide scrapbookers in creating their own memory books and special occasion cards. Fun for adults to create and play. Limit 12 participants, please register.

Mac Users Group: Saturday, March 17, 11 a.m. Join facilitator Marc Edrich for the Mac Users Group, an informal gathering of Apple product users. Bring your iPad, iPhone, or other Apple devices. Beginners welcome. Registration is appreciated.

Internet Browsing Level 1: Monday, March 19, 6 p.m. Learn how to navigate the Internet using an Internet browser program, including Google searching. Prerequisite: Familiarity with a mouse and keyboard. Each participant will use a library laptop. Please register, as class space is limited.

Prosser Book Discussion: The Other Einstein. Wednesday, March 21, 7 p.m. The Other Einstein offers us a window into a brilliant, fascinating woman whose light was lost in Einstein's enormous shadow. It is the story of Einstein's wife, a brilliant physicist in her own right, whose contribution to the special theory of relativity is hotly debated and may have been inspired by her own profound and very personal insight. All readers are welcome. Copies of the book are available at the library one month prior to the discussion date. Registration is appreciated.

Immigration, Who Should We Welcome? A community conversation. Thursday, March 22, 6 p.m. This evening there will be three options for deliberation. An issue guide prepared by the National Forums Institute, is available to participants at the adult service desk, when he/she registers to attend the program. Participation is limited, registration is required. The National Issues Forum-trained moderator of the discussion is Bernie Stein. When you register to participate, pick up a booklet with background information at the adult service desk .

Work for Yourself @ 50-Plus: Friday, March 23, 10:30 a.m. In partnership with AARP Foundation and the Entrepreneurial Center at the University of Hartford, the library is sponsoring today's workshop.Register by calling 888-339-5617.

Deirdre McMorrow & Paul Pender: A Spotlight Sunday Concert. Sunday, March 25, 2 p.m. McMorrow learned the fiddle from her father at age five and has shared her passion for Irish music for years. Pender is from Ireland and brings Irish songs, stories, and his beautiful guitar playing. Registration is appreciated.

Accent on Opera, Kismet with Jack Brin: Tuesday, March 27, 1 p.m. Join arts enthusiast Jack Brin to view films and film clips and talk about opera and music appreciation in this four-part series, March through June 2018.

Internet Browsing Level 2: Tuesday, March 27, 6 p.m. Learn how to use the Internet Browser history, bookmarks, and downloads functions, as well as change browser settings. Prerequisite: Familiarity with a mouse and keyboard. Each participant will use a library laptop. Please register, as class space is limited.

Cosi fan Tutte Opera Talk, J. Engel: Wednesday, March 28, 1 p.m. Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Music historian Jeffrey Engel will present today's opera talk, offering historical context for the composer and the opera story. Registration is appreciated.

LIFE Magazine & Memories the 1970s: Wednesday, March 28, 4 p.m. Bring your memories, memorabilia to share for each decade from the 1930s through the 1990s. The library has copies of LIFE Magazine from each decade (incomplete) that will be available to peruse at each event.

Diabetes Workshop

WEST HARTFORD — LiveWell Diabetes Self-Management Workshop, sponsored by the West Hartford-Bloomfield Health District, is for individuals with type 2 diabetes or their caregivers. The 6-session series will take place at Sedgwick Middle School, Room 212, 128 Sedgwick Road.

This workshop focuses on eating well while following diabetic guidelines, blood sugar, setting small achievable goals and problem solving to meet those goals. This 2.5 hour, weekly workshop is being offered on Wednesdays in the evening from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Class dates are April 18 & 25, May 2, 9, 16 and 23. The workshop is conducted by Debbye Rosen, BSN, MS. Register through West Hartford Continuing Education https://www.whlifelearn.org/ or call 860-561-6900. The cost is $25 for residents of West Hartford and $35 for non-residents for all six weeks.

Rheumatic Diseases Program

BLOOMFIELD — The third and final event of Duncaster's free three–part program on arthritis will be held on Thursday, March 15, at 3 p.m. These discussions are part of Duncaster's monthly series, "The Art and Science of Graceful Aging." This program will take place on Duncaster's campus, located at 40 Loeffler Road. The event is open to the public, however pre-registration is required.

This third session will provide insight about diet, exercise and management of Rheumatic disease from Hartford Hospital's Internal Medicine Specialist, Tejas Sheth M.D. To register for the program, contact Shelly Lombardo at sLombardo@Duncaster.org or 860-380-5006.

Wine Tasting Benefit

GLASTONBURY — The Mary's Place 10th annual wine tasting benefit will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, March 24, at the Riverfront Community Center, 300 Welles St.

Mary's Place, A Center for Grieving Children and Families, is located at 6 Poquonock Ave. in Windsor. Sample fine wines, beers, spirits and gourmet coffee. Nibble on tasty food and desserts while enjoying live music. This over-21 event sells out every year. Cost is $40 per person. Visit https://www.marysplacect.org/wine-tasting for more information.

Senior Listening Breakfast Session

WINDSOR — The Windsor Hunger Action Team invites the public to a free senior listening breakfast session. The topic is senior hunger. The breakfast will take place at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, March 6, at the LP Wilson Community Center, 599 Matianuck Ave.

More than five million senior citizens age 60 and older struggle with hunger. Seniors face a number of unique medical and mobility challenges that put them at great risk of hunger. Many are forced to make the tough choice between buying food and medicine, while others struggle to access food without reliable transportation.

Do you have concerns about hunger? How does hunger affect you, your family, and your neighbors? Windsor Social Services wants to hear your concerns, suggestions and ideas. RSVP to Susan Nunes at 860-285-1839, ext. 0.

Windsor Senior Center Activities

WINDSOR — The following activities will take place at the Windsor Senior Center, 599 Matianuck Ave., in the LP Wilson Community Center. Visit www.townofwindsorct.com/seniorservices for more information.

Spark: Writing Workshops to Spark our Memories and Dreams. Instructed by professional writer Elizabeth Thomas, this ongoing workshop at the Windsor Senior Center is designed to help you recall your life stories and capture them through the written word. All genres and levels of writing encouraged. Each session will include a writing prompt to spark your creativity and time to share out loud. Good writing and storytelling is key to a healthy mind. No experience necessary. Dates: March 12 and 26, from 10 to 11:30 a.m., for this free program. Call 860-285-1992 to sign up. You do not have to attend all the sessions.

Free Income Tax Consulting for Seniors: Every Monday and Thursday through April 5, at 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. Get help to fill out your federal and state income tax returns from trained AARP volunteers. Tax returns will be field for you electronically. Bring your 1099 and W-2 forms together with a copy of your 2016 tax return. Appointments are necessary and time slots fill quickly. Register by calling 860-285-1992 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Foxwoods Casino: Friday, March 16. Coach bus leaves the Windsor Senior Center at 8:30 a.m. and leaves the casino at 4 p.m. Cost: $25, includes transportation, $15 slot play, $15 meal coupon, and free raffle on the bus. Call 860-285-1992 soon to reserve your spot. Must make a reservation by March 6.

Disrupt Aging in Your Community: Thursday, March 8, from 10 to 11:30 a.m., as members of offer a 90-minute interactive conversation, often funny, sometimes raw, always honest, exploring perspectives of aging from different generations. New ways of living and aging will be featured, and the products and solutions that make this possible. Presented by AARPCT. Call 860-285-1992 to sign up for this interactive program. Free.

Junior Counselor Certification Program

WINDSOR — Registration has begun for the Northwest Park Junior Counselor Certification Program. All junior counselors ages 14 to 17, interested in the 2018 Summer Nature Camp, must attend a workshop at Northwest Park on Thursday, April 12, from 1 to 3:30 p.m.

There is a $25 per Windsor resident and $35 per non-resident fee which covers the cost of the workshop, junior counselor T-shirt, materials and certification. Visit townofwindsorct.com/recreation for more information or to register. Northwest Park is located at 145 Lang Road.

Substance Abuse Support Group

WEST HARTFORD — A free open support group for parents concerned about substance abuse will host weekly meetings every Wednesday night at 7 p.m. at the offices of The Next Right Thing. LLC, 345 North Main St., Suite 306. Any parent concerned about their late teens' marijuana or other substance use may join and participate in one or more sessions. The group's leader is Julian N. Hartt Jr., MSW, LCSW.

Art Center Events

WINDSOR — Registration for Fall Saturday workshops is now open and will be held at the Windsor Art Center Studios, 35 Central St. Information and registration can be found at www.windsorartcenter.org, reap1.org, or by calling 860-508-3186.

Young Artists' After School Program: Mondays, began Jan. 22, 4 to 6 p.m. This new after school program is a fun, more focused way for young artists to hone their skills and practice the foundations of art: still life drawing, painting, portraiture, sculpture and more. Tuition: $160. WAC members receive a 10-percent discount. Materials fee: $15 (paid to instructor) Enrollment: Ages 12 and up.

Wow! Art After School Program: Thursdays, began Jan. 24, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Get your creative juices flowing by immersing yourself in arts & crafts during the Wow! Art After School Program. Each week brings new projects, such as collage, papier mache, acrylic painting, making a game, building a mask, button making, puppetry, coloring, still life drawing and more. Tuition: $125. WAC members receive a 10-percent discount. No materials fee. Enrollment: Ages 6 and up.

Skiing, Snowshoeing

WINDSOR — As of Saturday, Jan. 6, there will be cross-country skiing and snowshoeing at Northwest Park. Snow conditions require a 6" base. Travel through snow-laden forests and fields throughout the park. Cross-country skis and snowshoe rentals are available from the Warming Shed on weekends only, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Children and adult sizes are available.

The rental fee is $10 for Windsor residents and $15 for non-residents. Call on Friday afternoon for updated snow conditions at 860-285-1886. Northwest Park is located at 145 Lang Road.

Free Braille Calendars

AREA — The Community Outreach Office of the National Federation of the Blind of Connecticut has 2018 Braille calendars, free of charge. For more information, contact info@nfbct.org or 860-289-1971.

WinCal Website Launches

WINDSOR — WinCal.org is Windsor's new online community calendar where you can find everything there is to do in Windsor, all in one place. Listings include school events, local business happenings and town events and programs. You'll be able to easily find the information you need by searching the calendar by date, age group or categories such as entertainment, sports, travel or educational.

Extreme Couponer Wanted

WINDSOR — Windsor Social Services is looking to offer an extreme couponing workshop for community members. Do you coupon shop? Are you saving money each week using coupons? Are you getting free items from the grocery store and want to share with others your secret to coupon shopping? Social Services would like to talk to you. Call Debbie Sheldon at 860-285-1839.

Audible Art For People With Disabilities

NEW BRITAIN — CRIS Radio, a 39-year-old nonprofit based in Windsor, and New Britain Museum of American Art, are working together to offer visitors with low-vision or other print disabilities a new way to access selected masterpieces at the museum.

The program, called CRISAccess, offers on-demand audio versions of print information and audio descriptions of selected masterpieces displayed at the NBMAA through a personal smart phone that scans QR (Quick Response) Codes. The QR Codes link the phone to an audio version of an exhibit sign and audio description of the masterpiece, typically lasting less than three-minutes.

National studies report that only 11-percent of people with disabilities visit museums. The collaboration between the two nonprofits provide a low-cost and simple approach to enhance the visitor experience for people with visual or other print disabilities. CRIS Radio based its CRISAccess program on the recommendations of a focus group comprised of people with visual disabilities convened by the Smithsonian.

All CRISAccess recordings feature human narration provided by CRIS Radio volunteers. Funding for this pilot program comes from the American Savings Foundation.

Community Action Agencies Accepting Energy Assistance Applications

AREA — The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services just released $67,255,113 in Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) funding. This amount is 90-percent of LIHEAP funds allocated for the State of Connecticut.

Connecticut residents struggling to pay their utility bills this winter can apply for home heating assistance through Connecticut's Community Action Agency Network. The Community Action Agencies (CAAs) are the only nonprofit agencies administering LIHEAP, which provides home heating assistance to Connecticut's most vulnerable residents. Each CAA has application intake sites throughout their service regions. Some sites may include local town halls, and customers should check with their local CAA for a complete site listing.

In Connecticut this program is called the Connecticut Energy Assistance Program (CEAP) and is housed under the Department of Social Services (DSS). The state's Community Action Agencies administer the $74M+ program locally in all 169 cities and towns. CAAs are now accepting CEAP applications for the 2017-2018 winter season and expect more applications in the coming weeks, especially as temperatures begin to drop. Homeowners and/or renters may apply, and funds may be used to pay for whatever source of heating residents have in their homes. This includes wood, electric, oil, kerosene, or natural gas.

CAAs will certify oil deliveries starting Wednesday, Nov. 15, for those who heat with oil, propane, and deliverable fuels. May 1, 2018, is the last day households can apply for benefits unless the household is utility heated and has a shut off notice for its primary source of heat. May 15, 2018 is the last day a utility heated household with a shut off notice for its primary source of heat can apply for benefits.

Another protection for Connecticut's struggling families is the utility moratorium, or winter hardship, which provides protection for eligible households against heat source shut-offs between November 1st and May 1st. Gas and electric utilities cannot be shut off (summer or winter) if lack of the utility creates a life-threatening situation. If a customer is having trouble paying their utility bills during the winter moratorium period, Community Action Agencies will work with them on affordable utility payment programs, including the Matching Payment Program (MPP) and Below Budget Payment Plans. MPP is a payment incentive program that allows eligible utility customers to maintain year-round electric and gas service and pay an agreed-upon amount each month to pay down the balance on their heating bill. If customers cannot afford the utility payment plan, CAAs work with the customer and can submit a Below Budget Payment Plan based on the household income and expenses.

A CEAP benefit to a household automatically makes that household eligible for weatherization services. So, in addition to heating assistance, CAAs will refer customers to those agencies providing weatherization services, which helps minimize energy-related costs and fuel usage in homes through retrofits and home improvement measures. Additionally, there are funds available this year through the CAA for heating system repair and replacement if such services are deemed necessary and as the amount of funds allocated allow. Lastly, when a customer comes to a CAA for energy assistance, the agency will also assist customers in accessing other benefits for which they may be eligible including SNAP and other food programs, financial counseling, child care, and case management.

Connecticut's poorest families struggle each and every year to heat their homes in this a state with one of the highest utility rates in the country; customers many times having to choose between heating and eating or heating and paying for their medicines. CEAP allows them to not only cover high home energy costs and keep warm during the cold winter months, but gives low-income families the opportunity to address other critical, basic needs, rather than having to choose between them. Any resident who needs help paying their heating bill this winter should contact their Community Action Agency immediately.

For more information on Connecticut's Energy Assistance Program, how to find your local CAA to apply, or to make a donation, visit www.cafca.org or contact the Connecticut Association for Community Action (CAFCA), 144 Clinton Street, New Britain, CT, 06053, 860-832-9438.

Special Needs Hockey Team Recruiting New Players

AREA — The Connecticut Chasers, an ice hockey team for individuals with physical and intellectual disabilities, is recruiting new players for the 2017-18 season, running from Nov. 4, through March 10, 2018.

Weekly practices are at Simsbury Farms Skating Rink in Simsbury from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

The team is looking for players of all abilities and skill levels ages 8 and up. "Learn to Skate" sessions are offered for those new to the ice.

Prospective players and their families are invited to attend a practice to see the fun for themselves. Some equipment is available to borrow for anyone who wants to try a practice session before joining.

Athletes from throughout the Greater Hartford Area and beyond are welcome. Current players are from Avon, Canton, Ellington, Farmington, Glastonbury, Simsbury, South Windsor, and Windsor.

The Chasers were founded in 1997 by former Hartford Whaler Kelly Chase and the Connecticut Down Syndrome Congress to provide a team experience for the players while helping them improve their self-esteem, social skills, gross motor skills and coordination. The team is a proud member of the American Special Hockey Association and Special Hockey International.

Last season, the Chasers had the honor of serving as "Blue Line Buddies" for the Hartford Wolf Pack, standing on the ice with the team during the National Anthem before a game at the XL Center. The Chasers are looking for similar opportunities this season.

The team also has scrimmages with the Southern Connecticut Storm of Bridgeport and the East Coast Jumbos of Hopkinton, Massachusetts. Email Ctchasershockey@gmail.com for more information.

Police Cadets Seeking Role Players

WINDSOR — The Windsor Police Cadets are seeking paid role players to assist at law enforcement training classes from September through May, as needed on evenings and weekends. Role players shall be compensated as follows: $25 for three to four hours and $50 for six hours.

To be considered, candidates must be a minimum 18 years of age. Advisors, members, and parents/guardians of members are ineligible. Interested candidates are encouraged to contact Senior Cadet Patrick Dowd at 860-593-7808. A criminal history check and waiver are required.

Golden Fellowship Club Trips

WINDSOR — The Golden Fellowship Club is offering the following trip. All trips depart from the Windsor Senior Center north parking lot, 599 Matianuck Ave. For more information, call Pauline at 860-758-7378 or Donna at 860-335-7069.

April 21 - 29: 2018: Celebrity Caribbean cruise on Celebrity Summit. Fly to San Juan and spend eight nights on board. Visit St Maarten, St Thomas and Bermuda onboard activities. Cost to attend is $1,299 per person.

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

WINDSOR — Are you a grandparent raising or caring for your grandchildren? Windsor Social Services is interested in hearing from you concerning your experiences and challenges. Staff are aware of many blended families in town and would like to offer support and assistance if needed. Do you have specific needs that are not being met? Social Services can help. Call Deb Sheldon at 860-285-1839.

Lost Keys

WINDSOR — Two black Honda car keys were reported lost in the Windsor area. Store tags are attached. Call 860-690-3003.

Nutmeg Senior Rides

AREA — Nutmeg Senior Rides provides door through door transportation for seniors and the visually impaired in North Central Connecticut, and now has the online capability for volunteers to pick the rides that fit their schedule.

Volunteer drivers help riders shop and pick out their items, go to doctor appointments, bingo, lunch with friends and more. Mileage for drivers is reimbursed at 40-cents per mile.

Volunteer drivers are needed for expanded service in Bloomfield, East Granby, East Windsor, Enfield, Granby, Somers, South Windsor, Suffield, Windsor, and Windsor Locks.

Applications to become a driver are available at www.NutmegSeniorRides.org or by sending an email to ctseniorrides@gmail.com. For additional information, call Executive Director Margaret Smith Hale at 860-758-7833.

Professional Development Experts Sought

WINDSOR — Windsor School Readiness is looking for highly trained, degreed individuals with an expertise in hands-on math and science lesson planning for the preschool-aged child.

This individual would make on-site center visits to assist with implementing standard based math and science activities in centers within classrooms, provide tailored professional feedback and ideas to use in the classroom and arrange for a follow-up professional development training for staff. Must have own transportation and a flexible schedule.

Interested parties can send a resume to ARacht@windsorct.org.

Groceries To Go

WINDSOR — Groceries To Go is a supplemental grocery program for seniors. Participants can choose from a variety of easy to prepare and nutritious food items and educational materials every other Friday from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the Windsor Senior Center, 599 Matianuck Ave.

Applicants must be 60 or older, reside in a household that meets income guidelines, and be a resident of the town of Windsor. For more information or to fill out an application, contact Windsor Social Services at 860-285-1839. Those who are homebound may contact Deb Sheldon, at Windsor Social Services, at the above number.

Youth Services Bureau

WINDSOR — The Windsor Youth Services Bureau is offering babysitter's training, first aid, and CPR training for youth and a home alone safety class. Contact the Youth Services Coordinator at 860-285-1990 with any questions.

Fine Art Classes

WINDSOR — The Windsor Art Center Studios, 35 Central St., will offer eight different art classes and a Saturday workshop. Classes include cartooning for teenagers, clay sculpture, pastel painting, pen and ink drawing, watercolors, hand-painted collages, oil painting, and creating art with gourds. For additional info, visit http://www.windsorartcenter.org or call 860-508-3186.

Windsor School Readiness Search

WINDSOR — Windsor School Readiness is looking for NAEYC accredited and/or Head Start programs that are interested in becoming program providers for School Readiness children and families.

If you are interested in becoming a School Readiness program provider, call Amanda Racht at 860-687-2070, ext. 229.

Bereavement Support Group

WINDSOR — Mary's Place, A Center for Grieving Children & Families, 6 Poquonock Ave., has free support groups that meet twice a month. Visit marysplacect.org or call Brittany, at 860-688-9621, for details.

Kiwanis Club Meetings

WINDSOR — The Kiwanis Club of Windsor, a service organization which brings aid to children in need, meets every Thursday evening at 6:30 p.m. at Jim's Pizza, 124 Poquonock Ave. in Windsor. Visit windsorkiwanis.org.

Dementia Caregivers Support Group

BLOOMFIELD — The Dementia Caregivers Support Group, held at Duncaster on the last Monday of each month from 10:30 a.m. to noon, meets in the Hospitality Room at Duncaster, 30 Loeffler Road. Facilitators are Michelle Wyman, LSW, CDP, and Sara Therion, MSW. For more information or to register, call Michelle at 860-276-5399, ext. 4404 or Sara at 860-380-5012.

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