Winsted Lions Club Palm Sunday Breakfast
WINSTED/PRESS RELEASE — The Winsted Lions Club will be holding their annual Palm Sunday Breakfast on March 28, from 8:00-10:30 a.m. at Crystal Peak, located at 164 Torrington Rd., Winsted. This year we will be following COVID safe practices and serving TO-GO meals. All proceeds benefit the local community.
Meals will be served either hot or ready-to-heat. Each meal will include pancakes, sausage links, cheese frittata, a blueberry muffin, and orange juice. Syrup and individually wrapped silverware will also be provided. Breakfasts are $8 each and can be pre-ordered by calling 860-307-6617 or by going to https://www.facebook.com/WinstedCTLions23B.
A raffle will also be held with some huge prizes. These include a dinner party for 30 at Crystal Peak, a $250 gift certificate to Marios Restaurant, and a $175 appliance gift package from Waring Commercial Products. Tickets are $5 each.
Call Gina at 860-307-6617 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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Queen of the Sun: What are the Bees Telling Us?
Join us on March 30 at 7 pm for an engaging film discussion on the last Tuesday of the month from March through May. First watch the selected film at your convenience, and then join us via Zoom for the discussion. Earth Day is not enough for us here at the Norfolk Library. This spring, we are celebrating the Earth all season long with a variety of programs to help us foster our connection to nature and inspire stewardship of this beautiful blue planet on which we live.
Up first is Queen of the Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us?, an award-winning documentary that looks at the mysterious collapse of honeybee colonies in America and explores how beekeeping is practiced around the world. Please register for this talk here, and we will email you the link to Zoom shortly before the event.
Introduction to Beekeeping
On April 1 at 5:30 pm, Dan Carr presents a virtual introduction to beekeeping. He takes you from the anatomy and social structure of honey bees to the basics of managing a hive, and teaches you about what it takes to start your very own beehive. Please register here to be emailed the Zoom link.
Dan met his wife Marleen while beekeeping, and together they started a sustainable livestock farm and apiary in Falls Village, CT: Beavertides Farm.
Norfolk Bunny Hunt 2021!
To participate, place a stuffed animal bunny (or other Easter themed stuffy or stand-in) in your window or your yard for April 3 and 4. Click here to register your address by Wednesday, March 31.
A map of bunny locations will be available online on Friday April 2. On Easter weekend, travel through town and spot the bunnies! Post your pictures on social media #norfolkbunnyhunt