Golf Show At Convention Center March 22nd-24th

Golf's Biggest Brands Debut 2019 Clubs at Connecticut Golf Show Terrific deals, indoor hitting range, fun contests, fantastic giveaways and unbelievable prizes highlight once-a-year expo at Connecticut Convention Center For a golf club junkie, nothing tops the annual PGA Merchandise Show held each...
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Spring Celebrations Around The World

In Chichen Itza, Mexico (pictured) thousands gather at the Kulkulkan Pyramid . As spring nears, the sun creates a shadow that looks like a snake sliding down the northern staircase. At Stonehenge, England , pagans, druids and tourists watch the picturesque sunrise at the prehistoric monument. India...
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Free Ice Cream For The First Day Of Spring

Spring officially arrives at 5:58 p.m. on Wednesday, March 20th! And in honor of that, Dairy Queen is giving away free ice cream all day! You can get a free small vanilla soft-serve cone at participating, non-mall locations. Only one per person. “We love that our tradition of Free Cone Day has...
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Hartford Area Habitat for Humanity Calls on Women

For the 9th year, Hartford Area Habitat for Humanity is engaging women in Hartford County to work together to build Habitat homes during this year’s Women Build 2019. The event runs the whole month of May starting on May 1st with construction of 6 homes, (4) single family and (2) duplex style, on...
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Tell Me Something Good About Connecticut March 19th, 2019

Today is a holiday for hoop junkies – it’s the start of N-C-A-A March Madness! So make sure you’ve got your brackets filled out before the first game tips off later today in Dayton, Ohio. We’re going to get our own piece of March Madness right here in Hartford, where they’ll play first-round games...
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Greenhouse Show Now Through March 22nd

West Hartford, CT– Elizabeth Park Conservancy's Spring Greenhouse Show is going on now and features a spectacular array of spring bulbs and plants. The show is open to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through March 22nd. Included in the floral display are French hyacinths, muscari, tulips,...
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Rise In Teen Depression Possibly Linked To Screen Time

A study done at San Diego State University found the percentage of teens and young adults experiencing depression, suicidal thoughts, and general malase has increased significantly over the last ten years. While those feelings have also increased among those older than 26, it wasn't nearly as much...
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Dr. Ducharme’s Blog March 18, 2019 Responding to Yet Another Mass Murder

When I was a kid, there were times I got mad at or disagreed with people. I might have sulked, complained to someone or been irritable. But, never, ever would the thought of hurting, let alone killing someone I didn’t agree with have entered my mind. And yet, today, in the United States, the...
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Spotlite: The Governor's Prevention Partnership

Jill Spineti, President and CEO of the Governor's Prevention Partnership, and Peter Helms, a person in recovery discussed Connecticut’s growing heroin crisis and the “Mind Your Meds” initiative to reduce opioid use. The Governor's Prevention Partnership equips, empowers, and connects organizations...
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Sunday Morning Smooth Jazz Brunch 8am-noon

Welcom to the Companions and Homemakers Sunday Morning Smooth Jazz Brunch! On St. Patrick's Day morning, there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow! Join us for the "Brunch" from 8am-noon for your chance to win a pair of tickets to see Jose James at the Lyman Center on Friday, April 12th ...
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