Weekly Newsletter - July 17th, 2019
Coffee with the President,

Jean has decided to take a few days off from her very busy weekend. So I decided to share a post she put on our facebook page....

This post hits a quad-fecta , if there is such a thing: four of our members in one post!  Interlaken Inn  with photographer  Colleen MacMillan Photography , decorating/lighting by  Handyboys Enterprise  and sweet arrangements by  Roaring Oaks Florist !!! Beautiful!!!  #tristatetraveling #ctmany  
Photo's from Interlaken Inn's Post!

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Design, Photo/Video, Social Media and Web 
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Sharon Hospital
Sharon Hospital announces summer community programs

Sharon, Conn.  – Sharon Hospital will host several community education programs this summer on the hospital campus, 50 Hospital Hill Road.
 
Topics include mental-health training, quitting smoking, weekly exercise for older adults aimed at preventing arthritis and support for stroke survivors. Also, the maternity staff will present childbirth classes and a special breastfeeding brunch.
 
Due to limited seats, registration is requested for most offerings. To learn more about Sharon’s community programs, visit  healthquest.org/events .
 
Schedule:
 
Freshstart Smoking Cessation program
Monday, July 15, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Board Conference Room 2
To register: Call 860-364-4493
 
Quitting smoking can be difficult, but with the right tools smokers can learn how to eliminate their tobacco dependency. The American Cancer Society program is designed for individuals interested in learning successful tools and strategies for quitting. Sign up for this four-class session that begins July 15 or inquire about future dates.
 
Breastfeeding Week Brunch
Date: Wednesday, August 7, 10 a.m. to noon
Birthing Center upstairs floor
To register: Call 860-364-4124
The annual World Breastfeeding Week Brunch at Sharon Hospital welcomes mothers for a complimentary lunch, chair massage and celebration of their unique breastfeeding journey. This event is hosted by the birthing center staff, in conjunction with the hospital’s breastfeeding support group. Mothers who delivered at Sharon within the past year are welcome. Registered is requested.
 
Sharon Stork Club — new
Saturday, August 24, 10 a.m. to noon
Birthing Center ground floor lobby
To register: Call 860-364-4124
 
Once a month, the Sharon Birthing Suites offers the Sharon Stork Club — a prenatal educational program for pregnant women at any point in their pregnancy and their partners. Small group sizes allow time for individual attention to answer questions about childbirth, post-partum recovery and more. Maternity unit tours are offered after the sessions for anyone interested.
 
Mental Health First Aid training program
Saturday, August 24, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Board Conference Room 2
To register: Call 860-364-4493
 
The Mental Health First Aid training program aims to help communities with the knowledge and skills to help individuals experiencing a mental health problem or crisis. Participants will learn about common risk factors, warning signs of mental health issues, how to better assist someone experiencing a crisis, and offer answers to key questions such as “What do I do?” and “Where can someone find help?”
 
Community Exercise Program 
Wednesdays, 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Fridays, 1-2 p.m.
Cost: $7/session, $12/couple
Room 260N
To register: Call 860-364-4065
 
This class will help participants reduce pain and stiffness as well as increase overall muscle strength, coordination and endurance. A certified therapeutic recreation specialist trained by the Arthritis Foundation will help people manage arthritis symptoms, maintain mobility and safely improve fitness levels. Activities are appropriate for most and can be modified to match participant skill levels. Please come in sneakers and with water.
 
Stroke Support Group
Fridays, noon to 1 p.m.
Zelman Room
To register: Call 860-364-4065
 
Sharon Hospital provides ongoing support for stroke survivors of all ages. This group welcomes spouses and caregivers to join in the conversation. The group discusses a variety of topics with a focus on life after stroke. Guest speakers highlight specific areas of interest, including physical therapy, pet therapy, massage therapy and diet/nutrition.
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We received a request for help from the Fishes and Loaves Pantry in Canaan. They are very low in supply and need your help to restock their shelves.

This weekend while you are doing your weekly grocery shopping
please consider picking up one or more of the
following items to donate to the Fishes and Loaves Pantry.
Thank you for your support of the Northwestern CT Community!
2019 ANNUAL HOUSATONIC HERITAGE WALKS ANNOUNCED
4 Autumn Weekends of Free, Guided Tours
 
The Upper Housatonic Valley National Heritage Area announces the 18th annual autumn Heritage Walks on Saturday & Sunday – September 7 & 8, 14 & 15, 21 & 22 and 28 & 29.  71 free, guided interpretive tours will be offered throughout Berkshire County, MA, and Litchfield County, CT.
 
The public is invited to participate in these family-oriented, interpretive walks, offered in partnership with our region’s historic, cultural, and outdoor recreation organizations and the National Park Service. The Heritage Walks are the ideal opportunity to experience and learn about our region’s rich and varied local heritage!
 
Local historians, naturalists, and environmentalists will lead participants on explorations through historic estate gardens and town districts, behind-the-scenes cultural site tours, nature walks, trail hikes, and tours of many of the industrial-site ruins that were once thriving local industries. There will be Native-American and African-American history walks, a canoe paddling trip on the Housatonic River & a bike tour on scenic country roads. 
 
Detailed Heritage Walks brochures are available at libraries, post offices and stores throughout the region. The Walks schedule is also available on our website--    http://www.HousatonicHeritage.org/events/heritage-walks/  .  
Or, contact  programs@housatonicheritage.org  to request a brochure to be mailed to you.
🎯 EHRE Newsletter:
A Youthful Energy & Old Soul
Locavore cuisine, zen-based arts, vintage apparel, and live music; Millerton is a hip. With a pedestrian-friendly downtown and its rail-trail bike path that is elegantly woven through the scenic countryside, Millerton’s pulse resonates throughout the Hudson Valley. A popular destination to wander quintessential streets, browse unique antiquities or meet friends for exceptional food and entertainment – there is something for everyone. Minimalist Charm and natural beauty epitomize the town’s established…
Your Teenager’s Skincare Solution Celavive®
Get your teen on a simple, daily routine to cleanse, tone, and hydrate their changing skin by introducing them to  Celavive ® . Taking care of their skin is a habit that will last a lifetime.
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A REVIEW OF OUR CURRENT SHOW, "A SENSE OF PLACE" FEATURED IN  THE LAKEVILLE JOURNAL 'S COMPASS , WRITTEN BY EMILY GATES.

"'A Sense of Place' Between Here and New York City" featured in Lakeville Journal's Compass, written by Emily Gates

Expressionistic landscapes and urban scenes are among the highlights of the noteworthy Helen Cantrell show currently on view at The White Gallery in Lakeville. The show’s straightforward title, “A Sense of Place,” feels just right for the images assembled here. Nimbly, and sometimes unpredictably, Cantrell seems to have captured whatever might have been before her at any given moment: whether she was in Venice or Bridgeport, looking out on a snow-covered landscape or the angular, mid-century lines of a suburban home.

“A Sense of Place” runs through July 28 at The White Gallery, 342 Main Street, Lakeville, CT. For further information, visit  www.thewhitegalleryart.com  or call 860 -435-1029. 
Burger & Brew Night and the Return of Taco & Tequila Thursdays
Tonight is the new Burger & Brew Night
$18 Burger, Fries and any Draft or Bottled beer .
This Thursday (tomorrow) marks the Return of Taco & Tequila Thursdays.
Renoir at the Clark
There can be little doubt that Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841–1919) liked women. Over the course of his long career, he continually turned to the human figure for inspiration—and not infrequently to the nude female form.
Author: Paul Mclaughlin
Municipal Money Market Accounts – why they make sense
If you’ve ever been a part of a Municipal government - in leadership, city council, Board of Ed or a finance committee you will completely understand how daunting money management can be. Not only are you dealing with budgets and all the pressure that goes along with creating the right one, hoping it gets approved and makes everyone happy (or the majority at least), but you also need to make sound decisions when it comes to your investments and portfolio management .
Scoville Events: Brahms at Music Mountain, Salisbury Farmers Market, Nature Photography, Roxana Robinson




The Sharon Historical Society & Museum Announces
the Opening of “ Wind & Water ”
Juried Exhibition and Sale
The Gallery @the SHS –
July 20 through August 30, 2019
SHARON, CT: Gallery SHS of the Sharon Historical Society & Museum presents “Wind & Water”, a juried exhibition and sale of artworks by local artists. The exhibit runs from July 20 through August 30, 2019. An opening wine and hors d’oeuvres reception to which the public is invited free of charge will be held on Saturday, July 20 from 5:00 to 7:00PM. Artists were invited to submit works in any medium that portrayed the elements of Wind & Water individually or together, either as pure energy and movement, or figurative images, atmospheric or abstract.
Judge Kate Ganz, a Sharon resident, will award cash prizes to three works. Ganz has worked as a dealer in old master and modern drawings, and is the co-author of the recent catalog raisonne of Jasper John’s drawings. In addition, guests who attend the show’s opening night will have the opportunity to select their favorite work of art which will receive the “SHS Crowd Pleaser” award. All purchases support the Sharon Historical Society & Museum’s mission.  
Gallery SHS is located at the Sharon Historical Society & Museum, 18 Main Street, Route 41, Sharon, CT. The gallery and museum are open Wednesday through Friday from 12-4, Saturday 10-2 and by appointment. For more information and directions to Gallery SHS, call (860) 364-5688. For additional information about the Sharon Historical Society & Museum, visit www.sharonhist.org .
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!
52 Main Live Music for July
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
Sat  7/20  Steve Dunn
Sat  7/27  Mark Yard
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SALISBURY BANK’S COMMUNITY DAY AT THE CANAAN, CT BRANCH ON JULY 20

Lakeville, CT – July 3, 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.
Each person may bring up to 4 boxes of paper (no binders please) for shredding by Legal Shred personnel and Salisbury Bank volunteers. The event will be held at the Canaan branch - 100 Main Street, Canaan, Connecticut, on Saturday, July 20 th from 9 a.m. to Noon. Continue Reading!
What's Going, What's Staying, What's New & Special Events
Opening Friday 7/19

NEW! Disney's The Lion King

48 Main Street, Millerton, NY  518-789-0022
Rotary Club News
Salisbury Rotary Club President Randy Chapell introduced new club member, Bill Pond (CEO Noble Horizons), who shared his positive impressions of Rotary, the NW Corner community and Noble Horizons. A professional health care provider since the mid-1980s, Bill noted his enjoyment in coming to work each day knowing he can help make a difference and enhance someone’s life. Likewise, he looks forward to an involved role with Rotary, making a difference locally and internationally.
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Summer Community Events
at Noble Horizons


  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.
The Weekly E-mail Newsletter of Trinity Lime Rock - July 10th, 2019
LEFT: Congratulations and thanks to Susanna Schindler (and Tom) for coming up with this magnificent bubble blowing scheme for the young people for Summer Sports! It's not just blowing bubbles, it's blowing BUBBLES! The bubble seen leaving the left edge of the photo is the same one the girl is still creating. More photos of the day are  HERE .
Second Quarter 2019 Housing Results Are In
A general decline in real estate sales across most of the markets we serve continued in the second quarter of 2019, though market performance varied across regions and price points. The key economic indicators that continually serve as our guidepost, including low unemployment, historically low interest rates, a healthy stock market and elevated consumer confidence, provide reason for optimism as we head into the second half of the year. Please read our 2019 Second Quarter Market Watch for our full analysis. Read More!
John Harney
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