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  • Library Notes: Gardening club for teens begins May 2 in Zion

    Events and programs for the whole family are being held at libraries across Lake County. Grayslake Area Public Library 100 Library Lane (847) 223-5313; http://www.grayslake.info Poetry: A teen Poetry Slam will be held at 4:30 p.m. April 29....
  • Community news for Colchester edition

    Bacon Academy Boys Lacrosse COLCHESTER - The Bacon Academy Boys Lacrosse Team won their home opener against the Lancers of Waterford, traveled to Uncasville to defeat the St. Bernard Saints, and defeated rival Old Lyme for the first time with an exciting...
  • Community news for Willimantic edition

    Exploring flora and fauna ASHFORD - Join The Last Green Valley Ranger Bill Reid at Babcock Library, 25 Pompey Hollow Road, Ashford, on Friday, May 8 at 7 p.m., as he presents the free program: On The Wild Side: Exploring the Flora and Fauna of The Last...
  • Plant sales to benefit local groups

    Time to dress up the landscape or perhaps buy a plant for that special person for Mother's Day at the following plant sales. •Members of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Rider group will host a plant sale beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday at its facility,...
  • Canterbury VFW breakfast

    CANTERBURY – The Canterbury VFW, 21 North Canterbury Road, Rte. 169, will have a Breakfast on Sunday, May 3, from 8 – 11 a.m. The cost is $6, children free. Free mental health training available DAYVILLE – As part of Mental Health...
  • Dig In: Home and Garden Events In Greater Hartford

    Dig In: Home and Garden Events In Greater Hartford
    Garden Club Events Retired science teacher Barbara Austin will discuss "Wild Foraging — Eat Your Backyard" during the Monday, April 27, meeting of the East Hartford Garden Club at the South End Senior Center, 70 Canterbury St., East Hartford....
  • Cameraman to give behind-the-scenes glimpse of 'Saturday Night Live'

    MOUNT DORA — Cameraman Jan Kasoff has seen plenty since his start at NBC in 1965. He has filmed, taped or shot live news, sports — even soap operas — but most people ask him about his 23 years as a studio cameraman at "Saturday Night...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Town meeting aims to update community, answer questions

    About 175 people attended the Corona del Mar annual town meeting on Wednesday at Sherman Library & Gardens, where residents and business owners mingled with City Council representatives, city staff and community leaders. The event started with an...
  • Two years, and mayor hasn't named library trustee

    Two years, and mayor hasn't named library trustee
    For two years, members of the Blue Island Public Library board have been waiting for Mayor Domingo Vargas to fill vacancies, but he has repeatedly ignored their pleas to act. Of the nine positions on the library board, one seat has been vacant for two...
  • Schuh's budget to include smaller Annapolis library

    Schuh's budget to include smaller Annapolis library
    Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh wants to cut the size of the planned West Street library expansion, as part of a plan to build seven other libraries over the next decade. At 48,000-square feet, the planned Annapolis library was to be the...
  • Westminster Wine Stroll kicks off Sunday

    Westminster Wine Stroll kicks off Sunday
    The first-ever Westminster Wine Stroll kicks off Sunday from 3 to 8 p.m. The stroll, sponsored by the city of Westminster and the Maryland Wine Association, will celebrate Maryland wines at the Westminster branch of the Carroll County Public Library in...