Email Member happenings and announcements to Lauren at .
2nd Annual Holiday Craft Fair sponsored by the Torrington Lions Club and The Torrington Park and Rec. Dept. Come on down and pick up something for a gift or for yourself. See the beautiful crafts, teas, jewelry, candles, soaps and specialty items by our local artists and support local people. Stop by and visit- October 11th-8am-2pm at the Torrington Armory. Hope to see you there!
The South Farms Corn Maze opens Saturday, September 13th at 21 Higbie Road, Morris, CT. Starting on September 19th, the AmandaBakes Airstream food trailer will be onsite weekly with offerings of hot cider, coffee, and cocoa in addition to Warm Apple Crisp with homemade whipped cream and made from scratch seasonal cookies. Regularly on Sundays, in addition to the AmandaBakes Airstream, corn maze guests can stop at The Morris Marketplace for a bite to eat at the Marketplace Grill and pick-up the freshest selection of foods at the areas farmers’ market on a real working farm. Regularly scheduled hours are Saturday 10am to 5pm, and Sunday 11am to 4pm. Special hours and private events can be arranged for larger groups during off-hours, by emailing email@example.com. The entrance fee for guests 4-years and older is $6, children 3-years and younger are free. Parking and ticketing for the maze is located at the South Farms “White Barn” parking lot at, 21 Higbie Road, Morris, CT 06763. Closings and maze conditions will be posted on the South Farms Facebook page.
Torrington Civitan Club will hold their Autumn Tag Sale & Flea Market on Saturday, October 4 from 9 am - 3 pm, rain or shine at RJB contracting parking lot, 588 Winsted Rd. Torrington. Event will feature a gift basket raffle, mum flower sale, Civitan tag sale table, and a variety of vendors. Vendor space 10’ x 10’ cost $30 if received by Sept. 27th, thereafter cost is $40 cash or money order only. Cost is non-refundable. Spaces assigned first-come basis day of event. Vendor set up begins 7 am and breakdown begins 3 pm. On-site parking and sanitary facilities. For info call: Kathy at 860-482-3851 or Stephanie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donations for raffle table or tag sale table are appreciated; drop off all donations after 7 am day of event.
Torrington Civitan Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to volunteer community service. All proceeds benefit community charities and scholarships.
The Collette Hurst Quintet will perform jazz standards, classic pop songs, and original music at the Litchfield Hills Wine Market Benefit Wine Tasting for the Friendly Hands Food Bank on Saturday, October 4, from 2 to 4:30 pm. The Friendly Hands Food Bank, Inc. is a non-profit charity organization that has been working to meet the needs of low-income families and individuals in the greater Torrington area for over twenty-three years. Supported by local residents and businesses, it strives to provide meals to well over 500 families serving 2,500 people each year. The event will feature wine, food, and music. www.collettehurstquintet.com
RIVERTON SELF STORAGE, 2 SCHOOL STREET, RIVERTON, CT is a designated site for GREENspot DROPoff ®--Free and convenient e-waste recycling Monday – Friday 9 am to 5 pm, Saturday 8:30 am to 3:00 pm, Sunday, Closed. Call 860-469-8187.
Televisions, Computers, Computer Monitors, Optical Drives, Laptops, Computer Mice, Tape and Zip Drives, Hard Drives, DVD Players, Fax Machines, Oscilloscopes, Keyboards, VCR/Beta machines, Cables & Cords, Printers, Radios, Loose PCBA’s, Stereo Components
A large hand-truck and dollies are available to assist in bringing your e-waste to the bins in the Self-Storage building.
E-waste is anything that you plug in that you want to throw out. GREENspot helps you recycle for free.
Torrington Municipal & Teachers Federal Credit Union has opened a student run branch at the Torrington High School. In a partnership with the Torrington Board of Education students will work for class credit at the full service branch located on campus. The credit union hours of operation will follow the school calendar. The students will be supervised by credit union staff and TBOE Business Teacher Andrew Marchand.
The Torrington Police Activities League works with over 800 area youth through educational and recreational programs.
Our mission is to provide hope and to build positive relationships with kids ages 5-18 by interacting with police, in partnership with businesses and educational leaders. By creating programming and activities that foster positive relationships and emphasize education and participation, PAL hopes to enable all young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens.
For more information, visit our website www.torringtonpal.com
Great opportunity for chamber members to have professional looking websites and brochures produced by Litchfield High School Business Students at no cost although donations are accepted.
Students Will Gladly:
Contact email@example.com or call (860) 202-5796 for more information and availability.