What’s New In CT? New Laws On The Books

A number of bills have made their way out of the House and Senate and onto Gov. Ned Lamont’s desk, where they were signed into law in the past few weeks after the state’s General Assembly 2021 Regular Session adjourned on June 9th. They did convene a special session this week to tackle the legal […]

Pathways to Payment

College Financial Planning Advice Offered for Parents/Students via Zoom July 6th by Tom Holehan Public Relations & Programming Stratford Library Teens and parents are invited to an informative and timely Zoom workshop, “College Financial Planning” on Tuesday, July 6th from 6:30-8 pm.  The program is hosted by the Stratford Library in conjunction with Advanced College […]

Active Afternoons

Free Learning Experiences at Sterling House by Michael Rosati Director of Youth Development mrosati@sterlinghousecc.org With support from The AccelerateCT Innovation Grant, Sterling House is able offer Stratford children new, Free learning experiences to keep their brains and bodies active this summer! You can register for one week or join them for all! These programs are […]

Calling all former Sterling House Summer Campers

by Michael Rosati mrosati@sterlinghousecc.org Sterling House Summer Camp is turning 80 Years Old!!! To mark the occasion, they are creating an 80th Anniversary Museum this summer, filled with photos and memories from the 8 decades’ camp has been around. The Crier cover photo is from the Summer of 1958, and shows campers playing on the […]

Keepsakes or “Stuff”?

What your Kids Really Want you to Save By Joan Law Feng Shui Joan’s Way FengshuiJoansWay@gmail.com What your kids really want you to save as you begin to downsize your life might surprise you. Especially in a throw away culture. Gone are the days where items are passed down to the young married couple just […]

Find Your Spiritual Pathway to Happiness!

Joseph Bologna and Donna Martire – Two Stratford residents team up for the second time in 50 years for a performance of a different kind! by Donna Martire Miller donna@happilyeveractions.com www.HappilyEverActions.com Joseph Bologna and Donna Martire-Miller, Stratford residents team up to write “The View from Within: Spiritual Pathways to Happiness”. These two former Rock and […]

To All Fathers Following the Stratford Crier

From Start to Today Happy Father’s Day Source: history.com The nation’s first Father’s Day was celebrated on June 19, 1910, in the state of Washington, and 58 years later in the middle of a hard-fought presidential re-election campaign, Richard Nixon signed a proclamation making Father’s Day a federal holiday. Mother’s Day: Inspiration for Father’s Day? […]

“Music is the Wine that fills the Cup of Silence.”

First Concert June 22nd 2021 Summer Concert Series on the Green Schedule All concerts begin at 7 p.m. Bring a blanket, bring a chair, bring food and wine to dine. Dance on the Green! The Town of Stratford Summer Concert Series is back!!! The Cold Ones Tuesday, June 22 rain date June 24 Classic Rock […]

Salute the Summer Solstice with Music

Make Music Day Celebration Back Better than Ever Arts Alliance of Stratford to Sponsor Live Music in the Park Sunday at the Shakespeare Market Monday at Shakespeare Park from 3:45 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Make Music Day Stratford 2021 is live with over 40 craft vendors and food trucks! On Sunday, June 20th, the celebration […]

Mixed Bag of Summer Fun for all Ages

Mark Your Calendars!!! Stratford Library offers Kids Events 2021 by Tom Holehan Public Relations & Programming Stratford Public Library The Stratford Library Children’s Department continues to offer stimulating programs for kids and their families. The Library is currently offering limited computer use for adults with reservations and contact-free Take Out borrowing services, online and outdoor […]