Weekly Newsletter - May 8th, 2019
Coffee with the President,

Sometimes (often) a picture is worth a thousand words. Such is the case this week! The 145th running of the Kentucky Derby was celebrated in style in Salisbury, thanks to the efforts of Salisbury Rotary Club and the Canaan Exchange Club, graciously hosted at Noble Horizons. Food and dessert tables went on almost as far as the immense raffle set up, and the Mint Juleps were pouring freely throughout the festively decorated Cobble Community Room! A grand time was had by all! Thanks to all who put in tireless volunteer hours, all to benefit local scholarship programs.

Jean A. Saliter
Design, Photo/Video, Social Media and Web 
facebook.com/ JeanSaliter         
860.248.5585
Tri-State Chamber of Commerce, President
Dear Tri-State Chamber Newsletter Audience,

We the Board of Directors know that not everyone can make it to TSC meetings and events, and we understand. It seems, the faster and more convenient life becomes, the less time we all have, especially in business! We want to hear your thoughts on a few ideas, as we look ahead to a busy summer season, and even further ahead to 2020!
Please take a moment to read and answer the questions below, feeling free to briefly elaborate in the space provided. Your answers will help us gain a better understanding of what is important to your business or non-profit, positioning us to better serve our membership in the future. All answers are confidential, and a report will be generated by the numbers, which we will share with you. We will use this information to better serve our mission of "Connecting Commerce and Community".
Thank you in advance for taking time from your busy day.

Click the link below to take our brief survey.
Please Welcome New Sponsor

C.A. Lindell & Son, Inc.
Bob Riva
59 Church Street
Canaan, CT 06018
(860) 824-5443
Thank YOU to All of our Members,
We truly appreciate your continued support
ANNUAL BLUE & GOLD OPENS MAY 17th
An opportunity to browse and purchase interesting and compelling art while supporting the students and the Art Department of our local regional high school.

The 14th Annual Blue & Gold at The White runs May 17 - 19 with an opening artists' reception Friday, May 17 from 5 to 7 PM with awards presented at 6 pm. The art show is the premier showcase for artwork from the students at Housatonic Valley Regional High School, and it is also a fundraiser for the art department.
Eighty-percent of the proceeds from the sale of the student's artwork goes directly back to the student artists whose work sells at the opening and the balance goes to the school's art program. This year's show covers a broad spectrum of mediums including acrylics; watercolors, graphite, pen and ink, charcoal drawings, mixed media collage, digital designs, black and white and color photography, animation, and sculptures in many mediums. 

There are several on-going programs that the Blue and Gold supports including a guest artist program, scholarships for summer art classes, and a gallery intern program where current students help curate professional art shows in the HVRHS gallery housed in the school's library media center

Additional sponsors for the Blue & Gold are John Borden, William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty; Deano's Pizza; The Sharon Woman's Club. All proceeds from the sale are used for art awards and scholarships, to underwrite the cost of field trips, and to support the new exhibition space at the high school library.

Saturday and Sunday, the Gallery will be open from 11 to 4PM.  Purchased art will be available on Sunday afternoon after 2PM.
Please help us make this event a positive experience for all the students!

The White Gallery, 344 Main Street, Lakeville, CT 06039
Mother's Day & More at Monte's
Don't forget Tonight is Prime Rib Wednesday's - The Best deal Around.
$20 For Prime Rib Server w/ Au Jus & 2 Sides of your choice.

Skip the Hallmark Card and Take Mom out to our Mother's Day Brunch at Monte's!
Sunday, May 12th, 2019
Reservations required.
What's Going, What's Staying, What's New & Special Events!

Be Natural: The Untold Story of
Alice Guy-Blaché

48 Main Street, Millerton, NY  518-789-0022
In Tribute to our Beloved Mothers

 Friends don't let friends live without Style. 
To Mother with Love
Author: Mickie-Ann Budny
Making the transition from recent college grad to full time employee
Being a new graduate is an exciting time. You have accomplished a huge goal by earning your diploma and are ready to start the next chapter. Transitioning from student to full time employee is not always easy, so here are some times to help you navigate the process. Continue Reading
O’Leary retires from Litchfield Bancorp Board of Directors
 
(Litchfield, CT) - On April 24, 2019 James P. O'Leary was honored as he retired from Litchfield Bancorp's Board of Directors after 28 years. At a dinner held at Tavern off the Green in the Litchfield Inn, Mr. O'Leary was presented with a plaque of appreciation from Litchfield Bancorp, as well as a citation from the State of Connecticut acknowledging that while on the Board of Directors, his leadership helped Litchfield Bancorp continue his legacy of providing quality banking opportunities and commend his commitment and dedication to the communities it serves. 
🎯  Elyse Harney Real Estate Newsletter: Ephemeral magic
Vernal pools are home to innumerable species who rely upon this muddy softening of the earth each spring. Recent rainfall has extended this period of vernal magic this year. This distinctive type of wetland habitat provides a unique environment for native amphibians and insects. The cyclical pattern of seasonal water accumulation, followed by a drying period of evapotranspiration distinguishes a vernal pool from other small bodies of water. Larger predators…
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SALISBURY BANK IS HOLDING A COMMUNITY “SHRED” DAY

AT CHP CHILDREN’S ATTIC CONSIGNMENT SALE IN GREAT BARRINGTON, MA
ON SATURDAY, MAY 18

Lakeville, CT – May 2, 2019 - Salisbury Bank is continuing its initiative to fight against identity theft while building community goodwill by sponsoring a Free Shred Event and Food Drive.

“Identity theft continues to be a concern for individuals and businesses. Shredding documents with personal information is one way you can ensure that thieves don’t gain access to information that could be confidential,” stated Amy Raymond, Executive Vice President and Chief Retail Banking Officer at Salisbury Bank. Read more!
The Mystical 16
                 Psalm 116 in Renaissance, Baroque and Contemporary Settings

In the year 1616 Burckhard Grossmann, a merchant from Jena, Germany, after surviving a near death experience, in gratitude commissioned 16 composers from central Germany to write settings of Psalm 116. Among them were master composers of church music such as Heinrich Schütz, Christoph Demantius and Johann H. Schein, whose motets will be presented.Y

Included also in the concert are settings of Psalm 116 from the early Renaissance to the Baroque times by J.S. Bach, Adrian Willaert, Orlando di Lasso, and Johann Bach. Three new musical settings and texts paraphrasing Psalm 116 have also been commissioned by Crescendo. These include world premieres of works by composers Jonny Priano, Dr. Cheng-Chia Wu and Juan Mesa, on poems by Bruce McEver, Frances Roth and Juliet Mattila. 

Performers are the Crescendo Chorus, soloists and Period strings, brass and basso continuo, directed by Christine Gevert. Performances are 6pm on Friday, May 17 at Saint James Place in Great Barrington, MA and at 6pm on Saturday, May 18 at Trinity Church in Lakeville, CT. Tickets are $35 general seating, $60 premium and $10 students. For more information and tickets, go to  www.worldclassmusic.org/buy-tickets/
Need a Get Away?
Escape to the Interlaken
with the
Spring Escape Package


Package includes:
Overnight Accommodations
(Main Building, Countryside or Woodside)
House Bottle of Wine
Chocolate Covered Strawberries

$199 plus tax per room, per night
(Valid May 5 th  through May 17 th , 2019)
Special $59 Sunday Night Rate

Stay with us on
Sunday, May 19th
for a special rate of $59 plus tax, per person
Excludes all Suites and Cottages

Please call for reservations: 1-800-222-2909
The Historic Sharon Burying Ground, Inc. 
PO Box 302
Sharon CT 06069
860-364-0635
Media Contact: Marel Rogers ( marelrogers@yahoo.com )


The Historic Sharon Burying Ground will host an Open House on Saturday, May 11th from 1-4 PM at the Burying Ground Chapel. The Directors will give tours of the newly renovated Chapel and show those interested the Columbarium which is now in place. 

The Burying Ground is on Cemetery Road in Sharon. Parking is limited on the road, but more parking space is available within the Cemetery. 

For additional information, please contact Marel Rogers, 860-364-0635.
52 Main Live Music for May
Come where it's fun!! Tasty tapas, delicious weekly specials, inventive cocktails and LIVE MUSIC every Saturday Night @ 9pm. Never a cover! 52 Main Street, Millerton, NY  

May is Mom's, Music, Cinco de Mayo, and More!

5/11 Josh Driver LIVE
5/12 Mother's Day Brunch Specials!
5/17 Dance Party (Stay Tuned)
5/17 The New Norm LIVE
5/23 7 Year Anniversary - 4-7pm Free Food and Drink Specials
5/25 Li Sabas & Co.
Kickoff The Season At Lime Rock Park On Saturday, May 18
Free Event With Local Vendors, Food Trucks, Kids Activities & More

Come out to the Park on Saturday, May 18, 2019, from 10am-3pm for the 2019  Season Kickoff Celebration . Sponsored by the Tri-State Chamber of Commerce, the Northwest Connecticut Chamber of Commerce, CPTV Kids and Wheels of Time Auto Restoration, this FREE event will offer something for everyone. Click to read full newsletter!
The Weekly E-mail Newsletter of Trinity Lime Rock

HAPPY SPRING !

Survive the Drive's  
Annual Defensive Driver Training Clinic 
June 28th, 2019 
Lime Rock Park, Lakeville, CT
 
Call by April 7th to receive a 
High School Graduate Discount
16 years old with a learners permit and 50 hours of driving experience required
Trade Secrets Tickets are on Sale!
Rare Plant & Garden Antiques Sale
Saturday, May 18, 2019
Early Buying — Begins at 8 am (includes breakfast)   Cost: $125
Regular Buying — Begins at 10 am   Cost: $50
Late Bloomer* — Begins at 1 pm    Cost: $25
*Late Bloomer tickets will only be sold the day of the sale event
Event ends at 3 pm

Garden Tours – Advance purchase only
Sunday, May 19, 2019
Garden Tour (4 gardens)  10 am to 4 pm  Cost: $75
PC: Anne Day

Click the boxes below to purchase tickets!**
**Please be aware tickets to the Sale and tickets to the Gardens need to be added to the cart through the separate links. Once they are in the cart you can check out as normal. If you have any questions please call (860) 364-1080, and ask for Louisa or Kelly.
The Press Room April 2019

Our public relations team has a strong track record of securing editorial coverage for our listings, agents and firm in key online and print media outlets locally, nationally and internationally. We achieve thousands of press placements annually, generating widespread exposure and interest in our properties and company to the benefit of all listings company-wide.
 
Here is a selection of our recent press highlights. If you’d like to learn more about our PR efforts as well as the many other unique advantages we offer to buyers and sellers, I invite you to contact me at any time. Read more!

John Harney
ASSOCIATE BROKER
860 921 7910 |  860 921 7910
jharney@wpsir.com   |  
19 Main Street, Salisbury, CT 06068
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We are very excited to inform you that The Charlie Ormsby Memorial Golf Classic is partnering with the United Way of Northwest Connecticut to organize one golf tournament to be held on  Monday, May 20th, 2019  at the Torrington Country Club!!
 The proceeds from this event will be shared among the  United Way of Northwest Connecticut's 2019 Campaign  and  The Charlie Ormsby Golf Clinic for Children  which will be held over the summer at the Torrington Country Club.

United Way of Northwest Connecticut |  Website
Sharon Hospital