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  1. Explore Long Island Sound On Maritime Aquarium Cruises

    Explore Long Island Sound On Maritime Aquarium Cruises

    NORWALK, Conn. – The spring air is warming and the marine animals are returning, which means the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk is beginning its full summer slate of public cruise programs aboard its new hybrid-electric research vessel. The following cruises onto Long Island Sound are available in May aboard the Maritime Aquarium’s R/V Spirit of the Sound:Central Long Island Sound ...

  2. Greater Bridgeport Youth Orchestra Plans Local Concert

    Greater Bridgeport Youth Orchestra Plans Local Concert

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. – The Greater Bridgeport Youth Orchestra will bring the sounds of opera and the movies to locals at their spring concert at 3 p.m. Sunday at The Klein in Bridgeport. The orchestra will perform music from “Pirates of the Caribbean,” musical shorts by John Williams, composer of the “Star Wars” theme, and Mozart’s “The Magic Flute.” In addition, the Principal Orchestra ...

  3. 'Celebrate Sandy Hook' With Outdoor Concert In Newtown

    'Celebrate Sandy Hook' With Outdoor Concert In Newtown

    NEWTOWN, Conn. – The Sandy Hook Organization for Prosperity invites the public to “Celebrate Sandy Hook,” an outdoor concert on Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Village Green, 5 Glen Road in Sandy Hook, behind the Village Perk Café. Rising country recording star Tat Holler will perform along with students from the Reed Intermediate School choir. Concertgoers will also have the opportunity to ...

  4. Newtown Bridge Club Offers Workshops, Supervised Play

    Newtown Bridge Club Offers Workshops, Supervised Play

    NEWTOWN, Conn. – The Newtown Bridge Club will host workshops and supervised play for bridge players during May and June at Edmond Town Hall, 45 Main St.Players are welcome to come to educational events alone or with bridge partners. Supervised play has been added to the weekly Tuesday schedule from 7-9 p.m. It offers novice players the opportunity to practice with their peers and ask ...

  5. Maritime Aquarium Needs Volunteers To Tag Horseshoe Crabs

    Maritime Aquarium Needs Volunteers To Tag Horseshoe Crabs

    NORWALK, Conn. – One of nature’s oldest beach mating rituals is about to resume, and The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk needs help documenting it. The Aquarium is seeking volunteers to help attach census tags to horseshoe crabs as the crabs come up out of the water to spawn at Calf Pasture Beach this spring. To participate, new volunteers must attend one of two training sessions at the ...

  6. Hwang, Sandy Hook Parent Celebrate Passage Of Safer Schools Bill

    Hwang, Sandy Hook Parent Celebrate Passage Of Safer Schools Bill

    NEWTOWN, Conn. – Sen. Tony Hwang (R-28) and a Newtown parent applauded the state Senate’s Tuesday passage of legislation that aims to make schools safer in Connecticut. The legislation increases the penalties for when a threat involves a preschool, K-12 school or an institution of higher education. Right now, calling in a bomb threat, or any kind of threat, to a school is a misdemeanor. ...

  7. Connecticut State Police Collecting Wheelchairs For Chariots Of Hope

    Connecticut State Police Collecting Wheelchairs For Chariots Of Hope

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — State Police Troop G in Bridgeport will join other state troopers across Connecticut on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in collecting wheelchairs for Chariots of Hope’s 17th annual “Day of Wheels.” Chariots of Hope is a Connecticut-based, nonprofit organization that collects used wheelchairs to refurbish and distribute them to people in need around the world. There ...

  8. Learn About Healthcare In The Digital Age At Ridgefield Playhouse

    Learn About Healthcare In The Digital Age At Ridgefield Playhouse

    RIDGEFIELD, Conn. – John Patrick, an Internet guru and author of “Health Attitude,” will introduce the latest mind-blowing advances in technology that are revolutionizing health care during a talk Sunday at 5:30 p.m. at the Ridgefield Playhouse. Patrick will dissect the current healthcare policy and offer solutions that can change the course of personal healthcare choices. He will ...

  9. Fairfield County Conservationists Explain How To Enjoy Outdoors With Dogs

    Fairfield County Conservationists Explain How To Enjoy Outdoors With Dogs

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. – With the arrival of warm weather, a walk in the woods with your dog would seem to be a simple pleasure for human and pooch alike. Fairfield County conservation leaders warn, however, that one person’s pleasure can also be a big problem for others and for wildlife. Several Fairfield County conservation and open space preservation leaders have united to educate ...

  10. University Of Bridgeport Promises Lower Tuition For Connecticut Residents

    University Of Bridgeport Promises Lower Tuition For Connecticut Residents

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. – The University of Bridgeport has launched its Connecticut Promise — a program to allow Connecticut residents to attend the private university at a cost comparable to a public college education. Beginning in fall 2016, UB’s Connecticut Promise guarantees that first-time, full-time freshmen residing in Connecticut will pay no more than $18,500 out-of-pocket for ...

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