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The Litchfield County Women’s Network will be holding its monthly meeting on Wed., March 18, 2015, 6:00 p.m. at Dress Barn, 59 South Main Street, Torrington.
The March gathering will feature a fashion show with LCWN members serving as models. All models and guests, plus one LCWN member, will be eligible for purchase discounts. At the conclusion of the fashion show, dessert and coffee will be provided by Ciesco Caterers, and four Dress Barn gift cards will be offered as raffle items.
Cost is free for LCWN members; $10 for Guests. All current members and guests must register by emailing email@example.com, followed by payment of $10 for all guests to: LCWN Meetings, P. O. Box 59, Torrington, CT 06790. For more information, see website at www.lcwn.com.
WHEN: SATURDAY MARCH 7
WHERE: HUNTER'S CHASE AT LITCHFIELD
200 CLARK RD, LITCHFIELD, CT
1:00-1:30 WINE & HORS-D’OEUVRES
1:30-2:15 REAL ESTATE SEMINAR
2:30-3:15 STAGING SEMINAR
3:15-4:00 MIX & MINGLE
Learn House Selling Strategies & Tips From Two Expert Speakers
Broker Realtor Since 1988
Shares Tips On Finding The Right
Real Estate Agent, Comps, Market
Evaluations & More
Paul Enea & Timothy Forry
Tovero + Marks Creative
Share Decluttering, Home Stagin Tips, Options & More
FREE EVENT- SPACE IS LIMITED RESERVE TODAY!
REGISTER BY MARCH 6TH BY GOING TO HuntersChaseCT.Com/PromotionsAndEvents
OR BY CALLING 203-437-5355
Hunters Chase New Luxury Townhomes Starting At $299,900
For existing home included with purchase of a New Home at Hunter’s Chase
BusinessKillers executive workshop and networking opportunity for Women Business Owners
Avoiding the 6 Mistakes That Can Destroy Your Business and Your Future
“I know what my business is worth.”
“I’m too busy running the company.”
“That’ll never happen to me.”
“There’s plenty of time for that.”
“My business is my retirement.”
“You can’t beat Uncle Sam.”
Please join us on:
Tuesday March 24, 2015
We will email attendees if date changes due to weather
6:00pm – 7:00pm Meeting and Dinner
Kim Welch, Financial Advisor Retirement Planning Specialist
AXA Advisors, LLC
Kristin A. Roberts, MBA, EA, DBA(Cand.) The Roberts Tax Group
“Food is our passion, community our strength“
184 South Main Street, Torrington, CT 06790
We never plan to make mistakes. As business owners, we’re focused on running our business. Everyday brings new challenges, opportunities and decisions. But there are six mistakes that consistently cause businesses to fail. And we need to know what they are and how to avoid them!
Learn how to protect yourself and build a firewall around your business and your personal assets.
BusinessKillers is a unique, educational workshop with six video modules dramatizing a critical error in planning and protecting a business and the impact on the owner’s personal financial future.
A unique and powerful aspect of the businessKillers workshop is the ability for you to evaluate your own risk with a risk barometer booklet designed by industry experts.
With businessKillers, you learn from the mistakes of others in a concise, interactive, video format. No slides, charts or graphs.
Questions? Call or email Kim 860 567 2229 firstname.lastname@example.org
Space is limited!
To purchase tickets visit tickleap.com and enter keyword "business-killers"
$15.00 charge for this event
CMHA’s Substance Abuse Action Council
Free Training for Tobacco Merchants
A presentation by Gregory Carver,
DMHAS Program Coordinator for the Tobacco Prevention and Enforcement Program and an opportunity to complete the
Tobacco Sales: Do the Right Thing Online Tobacco Retailer Training
Tuesday, March 17
9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Northwestern CT Community College
2 Park Place East, Winsted, CT
Founders Hall Room 108
RSVP online at: https://tobaccomerchantstrainingnorthwest.eventbrite.com
Contact Kate Barnard, SAAC Director at email@example.com
or 860.826.1358 x1693 with questions.
Space is limited.
The UConn Torrington campus ARTS PROJECT will feature the work of Romanian –born artist Florin Firimita at the campus’ Brick Wall Exhibition Space and the Whitson Gallery from February 9 – April 10, 2015. The exhibit, Reliquaries includes mixed media paintings, notebooks and resource materials from the artist’s studio. The documentary film, The Art of Leaving: A Portrait of Florin Ion Firimita will be shown on Thursday, February 26th, at 6:30 PM, followed by a conversation with the artist. The Art of Leaving depicts the journey of self-discovery for this Romanian immigrant trying to regain the past through painting, ultimately exploring his internal and external journeys and how they influenced the process and meaning of his art. Sponsored by the ARTS Project, the screening of the film and conversation will be held in the Whitson Gallery, followed by a reception for the artist. These events are free and open to the public.
For more information contact: Pamela Bramble at 860-626-6821 or Pamela.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Late Bird Special
Dine between 7:30-9 pm and take 25% off your check Thurs-Sun
Enjoy live music in the Bistro too!
Open mic on Thursday nights from 8-10 pm
Featured local musicians on Sunday nights from 7:30-9 pm
Join us for Happy Hour
4:30-6 pm Thurs-Sun
$4 House Wines
$4 Draft Beers
Food specials too!
Infinity Hall, Route 44, Norfolk, CT
Dr. Richard Samoska, Chiropractor, NASM-CTP, announces the opening of Thrive chiropractic & natural medicine studio at One Torrington Office Plaza, Suite 209, Torrington, CT. Office hours are by appointment so call 860-618-7272 to schedule an assessment for you and your family today.
To observe Veterans Day, Thrive chiropractic will offer U.S. Veterans discounted rates for chiropractic assessment and adjustments during the month of November AND as a gift through December.
Chiropractors are the only doctors that use specific adjustments to the spine and joints of the body. Doctors of Chiropractic have special education of the nerve system and many are wellness experts who advise you on many components of living a progressively well lifestyle. As part of experiencing this wellness lifestyle, it is important to be checked for the presence of vertebral subluxations – which are dysfunctions/malposition of the bones in your spine putting pressure on nerves. Research has shown this dysfunction/malposition will compromise the normal functioning of nerves and will influence your overall health and well-being.
A member of the Northwest CT Chamber of Commerce, Thrive chiropractic also offers an orientation on alternating Tuesday evenings, 6:00 PM to 6:30 PM for new patients as well as those who are “just” curious. Call 860-618-7272 to register for an orientation. TheseTuesday night orientations on chiropractic will progressively educate you in keeping your body healthier thus allowing you to feel great, look great and live better. Topics covered include how safe and comfortable chiropractic adjustments can be, the difference between a slipped disc and a pinched nerve, how subluxations occur and are who can benefit from chiropractic adjustments? Dr. Samoska’s mission is to inspire and educate others to feel healthier and progressively live better.
Recently relocated from Colorado Springs, Colorado, Dr. Samoska has been a practicing chiropractor for more than 18 years. “I have previously owned a practice in New Preston, CT and have been an associate doctor for several practices in CO, CT, NH and even MN”. Some of my greatest learning after school has been during my associateships.
Thrive Chiropractic is a fee for service office and keeps the fees extremely reasonable for most situations. Inquire to learn more about affordable family options. Remember, the important decision is you living healthfully.
For more information or to register for an orientation, call 860-618-7272. The more you learn about chiropractic care, the more you will benefit from its application. It is safe! – it is natural! and it works! It’s a simple idea that has stood the test of time and helped millions enjoy relief and better health.
Office space for rent/700 s/f $800.00 per month including utilities...fellow tenants: Les Beaux Vous, Sanctuary Yoga and Reibmans Private Franklin Street ( #23) entrance or entrance from 20 East Main Street Overlooks Franklin Street and Naugatuck River (with plenty of parking on Franklin Street and adjacent parking lots) Please contact owner at 860-989-9884 if interested.
The UConn Torrington Campus invites local businesses and organizations looking for a place to hold meetings, conduct training sessions or present informative lectures to consider its site as the perfect venue.
The campus has a wide variety of spaces available to rent at competitive prices. These include small classrooms for groups under 25, large classrooms for groups up to 50 people, an intimate conference room and a lecture hall that seats nearly 250 people. All of these spaces are equipped with technology including computers, projectors and (in some cases) high quality audio capabilities. IT personnel are available to ensure that the technology needs will be met. In addition, there is a distance-learning room which allows access to presentations happening at another location.
JoAnn Ryan, President & CEO of the Northwest CT Chamber of Commerce says, “Since education is life long, we are fortunate to have the UConn Torrington campus in our back yard to take advantage of courses, seminars and meetings. It is the perfect venue in which to learn, make new friends and to generate business.”
The campus is a popular venue for high-profile events such as civic organizations presenting guest lecturers, government agencies conducting staff trainings and educational organizations holding ceremonies. Groups are provided with space appropriate for their needs, technical support, a welcoming staff and an appealing facility. Tables and linens for registration materials or refreshments are also available.
The campus is located on the west side of Torrington, one mile off Route 4 on University Drive, with ample parking available on site. Hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM until 9:00 PM.
If you would like to book an event, get a tour, or simply request more information, contact Molly Sexton Read at email@example.com or 860-626-6812. For directions to UConn Torrington, visit www.torrington.uconn.edu and click on ‘contact’ or call 860-626-6800
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call (860) 202-5796 for more information and availability.