Weekly Newsletter - July 3rd, 2019
Coffee with the President,

SO MANY things are happening! What are YOU doing to celebrate Independence Day? I am taking it to another level: since the holiday itself is on a Thursday (get your banking done today) I am celebrating Independence WEEK! For starters, Black Rabbit is now open on Tuesdays for the months of July and August, get your summer on under that big awning! Wednesday, join me at Picante's at 1pm to fill their restaurant with patrons for a late lunch - website photographers are coming to town! That's right, be a part of the show, be seen raising a glass, noshing on nachos and enjoying summertime! Thursday I will be playing by ear, we may hop in the car and go over the Hudson with a couple of cameras, if we do I will share our adventures in an upcoming edition. 7/5 FRIDAY NIGHT is all about FIREWORKS! That's right, this year's local fireworks display is bigger and better than ever, put on by Salisbury Rotary Club and Lime Rock Park. There is a poster below for more details on everything, don't miss it! Saturday is another opportunity to tour our beautiful Tri-State region - find me at Cascade Winery in the afternoon for some delicious wine and cheese and more photo opportunities, then down into Millerton for some live music at 52 Main, back into CT for more live music outside on the patio at Mizza's, and that ought to tucker me out for the night. Sunday I am going to slow down, putter around the house and maybe catch a matinee at Millerton Moviehouse, and grill a proper steak from LaBonne's for dinner. Monday we will all be back to work, but the fun doesn't have to stop. I am bringing a picnic to Noble Horizons to sit outside and hear some barbershop quartet from the Valley Chordsmen. If none of this floats your boat, visit our media partners to learn more about what-all is going on in the Tri-State area:

Happy Fourth of July one and all!

Jean A. Saliter
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Stop and Shop Bag Program

We are so excited to share that HCCC has been selected to be a part of the Stop & Shop Community Bag Program, which is designed to make it easy for customers to contribute to their local community while supporting the environment. 
For the month of July, each time a $2.50 reusable Community Bag is purchased at the Stop & Shop located in Canaan CT, $1 will be donated to HCCC, unless otherwise directed by the customer through the Giving Tag. 
This is a great way to raise awareness, support the environment and fund raise for our cause. 
Let’s get started! We can begin by spreading the news to our friends and family. Call, send emails, and post on social media. The more people who learn about the program and purchase the Community Bag during the month of July, the more money we will raise. To learn more about this program, please visit  stopandshop.bags4mycause.com .
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Summer Community Events
at Noble Horizons


Outdoor Summer Concert !
Save July 7 at 4 pm for a delightful summer afternoon on the beautiful grounds of Noble Horizons where you can enjoy the exquisite harmonies of The Valley Chordsmen. This all-male barbershop harmony chorus has been singing throughout the area since 1947. Their repertoire includes songs from the Great American Songbook, popular music from the last 30 years and barbershop classics. 
 
Pack a picnic to share with friends after the free concert. You may reserve one of our tables festooned with gingham table cloths and fresh flowers or lay a blanket down pond side on the summer grass. Please reserve a table by registering at  www.noblehorizons.org   or calling 860-435-9851.
 
Summer Series with Hamish Lutris
From the beginning of time, in the words of Orville Wright, “the dream of flight is an idea that has always impassioned mankind.” Beginning July 8, Noble Horizons will host instructor Hamish Lutris for a compelling series that examines the history of flight. 
 
On Monday, July 8 at 10 am, Lutris will teach  Minos Rules Everything but He Does Not Rule the Heavens  in which he explores the concept of flight from its most ancient ideas to the Second World War, when rockets and space travel became a reality. On Wednesday, July 10, 10 am, he will discuss the US-Soviet space race in  The Day the Earth Stood Still . On Monday, July 15, 10 am Lutris will conclude with  One Small Step  in which he assesses the Soviet lunar attempt, the intrepid technological spirit and prowess that drove Apollo program, and the sense of political urgency that drove the US to shoot for the moon.
 
Registration for the three-class series is at  www.noblehorizons.org  or 860-435-9851; the $25 fee (includes all three classes) may be mailed or remitted at the first class. 
 
A Brave New World
On July 9, 10-11 am, Noble Horizons welcomes Hotchkiss School instructor and former English Department Chair, Carita Gardiner, B.A., Amherst, M.Ed., Harvard, M.A. Middlebury, who will teach a course on Aldous Huxley’s classic  A   Brave New World . The class will explore Huxley’s vision of a soulless and technologically advanced future devoted to pleasure and instant gratification and what it reveals about life in 2019 and beyond. 
Classes will meet on July 9, 11, 16, 18 and 23 from 10-11 am. Ms. Gardiner has taught at Hotchkiss for 20 years and serves on the school’s Curriculum Review Committee. Registration for the 5-class series is at  www.noblehorizons.org  or 860-435-9851; the $25 fee (includes all five classes) may be remitted at the first class.
Give Life at the American Red Cross Blood Drive
 
With a little bit of your A, B or O, you can secure a future for another life. Donate just a pint of your blood on Friday, July 19 between 1:00-6:00 pm and three lives can be touched by your act of kindness and generosity! Please register for the Noble Horizons American Red Cross Blood Drive by scheduling an appointment online at [/ www.redcrossblood.org ] www.redcrossblood.org  or calling 1-800-Red-Cross (1-800-733-2767).
Streamline your donation experience! On the day you donate, visit  RedCrossBlood.org/RapidPass  to complete your pre-donation reading and health history questions. Extra special refreshments will be provided to all donors.
The American Mural Project with Executive Director Amy Wynn
On Saturday, July 20 at 11 am, Noble Horizons welcomes Amy Wynn, Executive Director of the American Mural Project, who will offer an insider’s look at the largest indoor collaborative artwork in the world. The mural is a tribute to American workers and highlights the productivity and ingenuity that has defined the country over the last century.  The mural, housed in two former mill buildings, is 120 feet long, 48 feet high, and up to ten feet deep.  
Artist Ellen Griesedieck launched the project in 2002 and with the support of advisors and generous sponsors, including Paul Newman, Sandra Boynton, Newman’s Own, the Home Depot, Aetna, and Stanley Black & Decker, her celebration of the American worker will soon open to the general public.   More than 15,000 children and adults have helped create pieces of the mural, and an additional 30,000 from all 50 states are expected to help finish the project.
 
Ms. Wynn was the Director of the Northwest Connecticut Arts Council for 15 years where she helped establish a thriving arts culture throughout the region. 
Registration for Ms. Wynn’s free program is at  www.noblehorizons.org  or 860-435-9851.
 
  Ongoing Free Weekly Tai Chi and Chair Zumba Classes Through the Summer
Stay in shape at Noble Horizons this summer! Join Mark Liebergall’s free weekly Tai Chi class on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30 am and PJ Birriel’s Chair Zumba on Fridays from 10:30 -11:00 am. Registration is necessary and may be completed at  www.noblehorizons.org  or 860-435-9851.
A beautiful show that must be seen to be appreciated.
"A Sense of Place" is open until July 28th. Please remember, we are always available for private appointments!
A SHORT TIME LEFT TO SEE "A SENSE OF PLACE"
Special July Savings + A Victorian Christmas
JULY MID-WEEK DEAL
Stay two consecutive nights mid-week in July and receive:
$50 Resort Credit
20% Discount Off Standard Room Rate
A gift certificate to return December through March for a one night stay in a standard room type (stay two consecutive nights and receive the 2nd night FREE - holidays not included).
Christmas in July: Holiday Party Special Offer
Book Early + Save on your Holiday Party

Book your 2019 Holiday Party with us now through July 31 and receive:
- 10% OFF Food -
- 10% OFF Liquor -
- Four complimentary standard guest rooms -
Questions? Please email  Eric Stoetzner
🎯 EHRE Newsletter:
Go with the Flow & Roar with Excitement
Waterfalls are alive with energy; each having its own distinct personality. Many local waterfalls are accompanied by folk tales or legends that explain their reputations – some soft and gradual, others more severe – each one a unique expression of natural strength and beauty. The varying terrain throughout the Berkshire Mountains, Litchfield Hills, and Oblong Valley is decorated by a plethora of waterfalls. Dramatic forces of nature that demand attention…
Delicious Cabernet & Chardonnay  ❤ Buy One, Take 50% Off The Second Bottle
Get ready to enjoy nine delicious wines and
four delicious cheeses
Wine & Cheese tastings 11:00 - 5:00 on weekends. In addition, we are offering significant savings on our Cabernet and Chardonnay
(take 50% off the second bottle.) Hope to see you soon!
The Sharon Historical Society & Museum Announces Call for Works “Wind & Water” Juried Exhibition Open Call
 Gallery SHS – July 20 through August 30, 2019
 
SHARON, CT: The Sharon Historical Society & Museum is pleased to announce an open call seeking entries for its upcoming show in Gallery SHS, “Wind & Water”, a juried   exhibition and sale running from July 20 through August 30, 2019.
 
Gallery SHS invites artists to submit for consideration original works in any medium (e.g. Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor, Photography, Pastel, Ink, Graphite, Drawing, Print, Mixed Media, Sculpture, Assemblage, Fabric, Stone, Clay, Metal). The elements of Wind & Water may be portrayed individually or together, either as pure energy and movement, or figurative images, atmospheric or abstract. The Gallery Committee says “bring us your best work!” Read full press release!
Space is Limited Reserve your Seats Now!
Independence  Day: “It will be celebrated with pomp and parade, bonfires and illuminations from one end of this continent to the other.”
– John Adams
Welcome to this month's edition of Litchfield County Insider -- fun things to do and see in Litchfield County. Please enjoy this calendar of events, one for each day in July. If you have an event(s) you would like to see us share for August, please let me know.
Have a wonderful month! 
 
All the best,
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52 Main Live Music for June
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
Salisbury Rotary Club News
It was a special program at the Salisbury Rotary Club’s 7/2 weekly luncheon meeting: Newly elected President Randy Chapell and 2019-20 Club Officers were inducted by District Governor Mark Brady. President Randy Chapell then shared his vision & goals for the coming year and inducted two new SRC members with their Sponsors at their sides: Candice Watts (Althena Fliakos) and Marie Castagna (Susan Dickinson).
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The Weekly E-mail Newsletter of Trinity Lime Rock - June 26th, 2019
LEFT: Susanna Schindler pointed out to us on Sunday that we are about to start Phase I of the stained glass restoration project, and that it's time to start funding the phase I pledges. For those confused about what phase 1 (or phase 2 or phase 3) entails, and how much each costs, Susanna has furnished us with a graphic showing which windows are in which phase. (More photos and the sermon are  HERE .)
HAPPY 4TH OF JULY!
What's Going, What's Staying, What's New & Special Events

Great Movies for the Holidays!

48 Main Street, Millerton, NY  518-789-0022
Scoville Events: Brahms at Music Mountain, Salisbury Farmers Market, Nature Photography, Roxana Robinson
Celebrate IMSA's 50th Anniversary In 50 Days
The Northeast Grand Prix at Lime Rock Park
To Host Special Tribute To 50 Years Of IMSA
IMSA's golden anniversary celebration continues, including special 50-year tributes being held at the  Detroit Grand Prix  this Saturday (watch on NBC Sports at 12:30pm) as well as the  Northeast Grand Prix  at Lime Rock Park on July 19 and 20.
We're very pleased to invite you to participate in the 2019 edition of the  Sunday in the Park Concours d’Elegance and Gathering of the Marques.

Lime Rock Park’s  Historic Festival 37  takes its place in its traditional Labor Day weekend home: Thursday, Aug. 29, through Monday, Sept. 2, 2019. Thursday, Aug. 29 is the unforgettable Vintage Race & Sports Car Parade and the Falls Village Street Fair. While Sunday, Sept. 1 is the primary target of this letter and the date for Sunday in the Park Concours d’Elegance and Gathering of the Marques, we have added something new and exciting for the entire running of Historic Festival 37.
Click on each image, ABOVE and BELOW for more information!
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