6TD Meeting
Wednesday, June 17
6:00PM - Zoom Meeting

The 6TD Commissioners monthly meeting will be Wednesday at 6 PM on Zoom. We have a lengthy agenda that includes the following topics:
- Jumping @ Bell Island Bridge
- Community Fence
- Summer Concerts
- Re-opening Steps for the Community Center
- Update on Rowayton Avenue / Route 136
- Update on the Railroad Station
- Update on Bayley Beach
- Kids trespassing on 6TD and City property after hours
If you are interested in listening or participating, please send an email to  mbarbis@Rowayton6TD.com We will be taping the meeting and will hope to post on our YouTube channel.
There has been an uptick in unlocked vehicles being entered and items inside being taken. In some cases the vehicle is also being stolen. The NPD wants to remind everyone to lock your car and remove the keys/fob along with any valuables. Report all suspicious activity, persons or vehicles to us immediately by calling 911. An engaged community is a safe community.

Lieutenant Terry Blake can be reached at TBlake@norwalkct.org
Play Ball!
With the June 6th publication of the  Sector Rules for Outdoor Events , Connecticut state clearance has been granted for youth sports and recreational activities to resume as early as Wednesday June 17th. This is great news for RLL Baseball and Softball. The City of Norwalk has not yet updated their guidelines which means until further notice we will not have access to the fields at Rowayton Elementary, but 6TD residents are cleared to play at Bayley. More on this as new information becomes available.

The board of Rowayton Little League has been busy planning for a summer season while taking into consideration all of the required safety precautions. Rest assured that when we get back out on the diamond all coaches, volunteers, umpires and players will be well informed about the new procedures that govern our safe return to play. As such, we’ve prepared a comprehensive  Safety Plan  that everyone involved will be required to read - and we are conducting a mandatory safety meeting next week that will be recorded and posted to our website. 

Anyone who registered for the “Spring Season” will remain registered for the summer as long as a refund was not requested. Additionally, anyone who has not registered who wants to play this summer may go ahead and sign up online at  rowaytonlittleleague.com . Please share this email with others who may want to play.

An email with more details will be coming from RLL, but if you have any questions please reach out to Ryan Wilson or email playball@rowaytonlittleleague.com .
Rowayton Historical Society
Even though the Pinkney museum is still closed, work is moving ahead on the Raymond Boathouse, our new maritime museum. The design work continues, and while we wait for several contractors to open up again to work on the inside, we’re focusing on the outside of the building, including a new stairway built by Gardner Gray leading to the front door. We are enormously grateful to Mike Mushak and Pamela Proctor who have donated their expertise, muscle, and materials to create beautiful, inviting, and sustainable landscaping around the museum. As always, the RHS appreciates your support towards our efforts to preserve local history for our community and for future generations. Donations may be mailed to RHS, PO Box 106, 06853.
Rowayton Library
Phase 1 of Reopening Rowayton Library began Monday, June 8 and you can now return your library materials on a limited schedule. Phase 2, where we'll offer curbside pickup of materials, will hopefully begin Monday, June 22. Visit us here for more information and updates!

The link for the web page is:

Rowayton Arts Center
RAC is pleased to announce that the gallery will be opening in July with the upcoming member's exhibition,  Community Sponsored Awards , featuring cash prizes from local sponsors.   In the meantime, visit  rowaytonarts.org  to learn more about current online classes and workshops, as well as recent shows in the online gallery such as  Focus Under Forty  and  Kids Paint Rowayton , with artwork by students at Rowayton Elementary School. Follow @rowaytonarts on social media for the latest information.