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CTRides: Free Bus Service thru March 31st.  See Connecticut free.  Plan your trip.

   

Saturday, February 18th, “SheSpeak”at Open Door Tea is the brainchild of local creative artistic women. We celebrate our community of writers, performers and audience by sharing our creative selves through written and read stories that are performed throughout the evening. The February 18th program, themed RE-DEFINING YOURSELF, is produced by Rachel Babcock, of Branford, and Beatriz Allen, of Stratford.  Please join us for an evening of creative theatrical stories and delicious pastries both savory and sweet as well as teas, coffee, Beer or wine.  The program is free and open to the public. Space is limited and reservations are strongly recommended, call Open Door Tea at 203-345-9659

Monday, February 20th, President’s Day Closures:

Ø  All town buildings will be closed on Monday, February 20th in observance of Presidents’ Day.

Ø  Presidents Day is a federal holiday, all federal offices closed,

Ø  It’s a Connecticut State holiday,

Ø   and a Bank holiday.

Stratford Library will be closed on Sunday, February 19th and Monday, February 20th in observation of the Presidents’ Day holiday.  The library will reopen on Tuesday, February 21st at 10 am.  Current library hours are: Monday-Thursday: 10-8, Friday-Saturday: 10-5 and Sunday: 1-5 p.m.  For further library information, call 203.385.4161 or visit: http://www.stratfordlibrary.org .

Tuesday, February 28th, Birdseye Municipal Complex, from 11a.m. – 12 p.m. Join the Stratford Health Department and the Hispanic Health Council for a free 4-week session on Nutrition Health.  The Session will be on Food Safety.  To register or for more information contact:  Walter Owusu, wowusu@townofstratford.com, 203-385-4090

Save The Date Stratford Events:

March 25th: Boogie at the Brewery to benefit Sterling House Community Center.

May 20th the Goody Bassett Ball fundraiser for the Stratford Historical Society.

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