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The Farmers Market

The Farmers Market will continue its tradition of starting early on Labor Day so everyone can get the freshest food for their family meals on Labor Day. The market will start at 10AM! The Gazy’s will hold down the fort until 5PM. The rest of the team will be there mostly until 2PM.

Relax, Breathe, and Be Positive

Stratford Library Offers Guided Meditation Program Four On-Site Classes Set September 9th – 30th by Tom Holehan Public Relations & Programming Straford Public Library The Stratford Library will host a live, on-site series of guided meditation classes hosted by Stratford’s Laurie Trupp beginning Thursday, September 9th from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. The program, to be held […]

Ask the Registrar – Stratford, CT

Special Edition: Primary election rundown for Sept. 14 By Registrar James Simon Why are there elections Sept. 14th in some parts of Stratford but not in my neighborhood? Two Democrats gathered enough signatures to force a primary for the town council nomination in District 8 (Chapel School) and District 9 (Bunnell High School).  There is no […]

Channel Positive Energy into Small Spaces

18 Ways to Improve the Energy in Your Home By Joan Law Feng Shui Joan’s Way FengshuiJoansWay@gmail.com Originally published by Redfin If there’s one thing that we can’t seem to have enough of in a home, it’s space. And there are many ways to channel positive energy into small spaces. Remember, if you’re working with […]

Biking for Domestic Violence

The Center for Family Justice Alan Masarek, an avid bicyclist and Co-Chair of the Empower House fundraising drive, is cycling 3,800 miles as a pledge challenge benefitting the newly acquired double-sized The Center for Family Justice (CFJ) Safehouse, currently under renovation. The Bridgeport-based nonprofit, The Center for Family Justice, 735 Fairfield Avenue, celebrates its 126th […]

Reel Time!

Monday Movie Matinees Return to Library Free Monthly Screenings of Popular Films Beginning September 13th by Tom Holehan Public Relations & Programming Stratford Public Library The Stratford Library returns with its popular film series through 2021. The series offers free showings of recent, popular films shown uncut and on widescreen each month.   Patrons must be […]

Free Concert on Saturday

Check Out the Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater by State Representative Joe Gresko, 121st District Celebrate the long Labor Day Weekend by coming out to the newly opened Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater on 500 Broad Street in Bridgeport tomorrow (Saturday, September 4th) for a concert featuring the Greater Bridgeport Symphony (GBS). This will also be a great way […]

September’s Goal – get on the pitch!

Last Chance to Register for Fall Soccer Sterling House Community Center Sterling House still has some open spots in some of their divisions for last minute Soccer registrations. Openings Available in: Co-ed Grades 1 & 2 Boys Grades 3 & 4 Girls Grades 5 & 6 Boys Grades 7-10 Girls Grades 7-12 Don’t miss out […]

Boogie On Down

Stratford Library 70’s Gala Saturday, September 25th by Tom Holehan Public Relations & Programming Stratford Public Library The Stratford Library Board of Trustees will present its major fund-raiser for the library on Saturday, September 25th beginning at 6 p.m. The seventeenth annual gala event, entitled “The 70’s Project”, will celebrate popular music of the 1970’s. […]

Councilmember Spotlight

Stratford Crier’s mission is to inform and update Stratford residents on various categories of interest, community events, pertinent information, and/or input into specific tasks or project. We would like to highlight the work, dedication and projects of our elected officials, beginning with town council members. Stratford Crier is posing the following questions to each of […]