Your donation is the cost of admission – the amount is up to you!!!
Come see Annie on Thursday evening, Nov. 30. For reservations: e-mail Kathleen Kilian at firstname.lastname@example.org then pay at the door: cash or checks only.
Amity High School student and Orange resident Ann Driscoll plays Little Orphan Annie. Orange resident and Amity High School student Ethan Selmon also appears in the show. This is a great opportunity to see one of America’s favorite holiday musicals and support the work of the Jamie Hulley Arts Foundation at the same time.
Square Foot Theatre is located at 950 Yale Ave in Wallingford directly off the Wilbur Cross Parkway Exit 66 … it is an intimate BYO cabaret-style venue so bring your favorite food and drinks to enjoy before and during the show.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; performance begins at 7:30 p.m.
Look for these future “Jamie’s Foundation” preview nights during the rest of Square Foot Theatre’s exciting 11th season.
“These preview nights are a wonderful thing for Jamie’s Foundation,” said Judy Primavera, founder of the Jamie Hulley Arts Foundation. “Square Foot Theatre is ‘giving back’ to us by opening up a preview night and all ticket “sales” go to the foundation. Normal ticket price is $28 but guests can see the show for whatever donation they wish to give – it is a real bargain!
E-mail email@example.com to receive announcements for future preview nights and other special offers.
All are welcome to attend.
This year, the dinner will take place at the High Plains Community Center Gym on Sunday, Nov. 26 at 12:30 p.m. It always includes a wonderful meal and entertainment.
Registration is required to ensure that the Lions can prepare enough turkey, pie and other fixings.
To register call the Orange Community Services office at 203-891-4788.
Although some of them could not attend, a majority of these fine folks were in attendance to be sworn-in. State Rep. Themis Klarides administered the oath of office.
Now going into his seventh term as First Selectman, James Zeoli gave a nice speech, praising his fellow public servants and giving a nod to his former challenger Margaret Novicki for her hard work during the campaign.
Here is a VIDEO of that speech – For some reason, the 18-minute video cut off after 5 minutes… I will work on fixing that.
Did YOU make “the List?” I have two friends that are on CT’s unclaimed properties list this year, check for your name at http://ctbiglist.com/ good luck
Congregation Or Shalom, 205 Old Grassy Hill Road, will host the Service this year.
All are welcome to attend.
Clergy from all local churches and synagogues participate in the service.
Stick around at the end for refreshments and fellowship.
The Church of the Good Shepherd Semi-Annual Rummage Sale
Shoppers will find a wide array of men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, along with shoes, handbags, scarves, jewelry, accessories, children’s games, puzzles, toys, books, DVDs, housewares, glassware, pictures, linens, etc.
“There is something for everyone! Make sure to stop by and peruse our treasures,” said Elaine Swirsky, long-standing Chairperson of this fun event. “Start your Christmas shopping early, find a special treasure to put under the tree. All are welcome to stop by.”
The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, 680 Racebrook Road, Orange, Sunday service times includes Rite II Holy Eucharist without music at 8 a.m. and Rite II Holy Eucharist with music @ 10 a.m. Children’s Christian Faith Formation takes place at 10 a.m. in the Parish Hall.
For more information about The Church of the Good Shepherd’s many programs, call the Parish Office at 203-795-6577, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org visit the website at www.thegoodshepherdorangect.org or check the Facebook page www.facebook.com/cgsorangect for frequent postings.
Unlike past years, when there have been several retired police cruisers, pick up trucks and SUVs, the auction featured just one cruiser this year, a 2011 Crown Victoria that went for about $1,200. A dump truck and plow truck also were available, along with several pieces of lawn equipment and, of all things, a dog cage.
Dozens of people from Bethany, Orange and Woodbridge gathered in the Highway Dept parking lot and vigorously bid on each item.
The final tally hasn’t yet been released, but, the auction was, once again a huge success.
The Town Plan and Zoning Commission will meet at Town Hall at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 21.
Following is the agenda:
- Review and possible vote on proposed Budget for 2018-2019 fiscal year.
- Review of the Minutes from the October 17, 2017 Meeting and the October 23, 2017 Special Meeting.
3. Old Business.
4. New Business.
5. Report of the Zoning Enforcement Officer.
PUBLIC HEARINGS 8:00 p.m. *(3)
6. *PETITION TO AMEND THE ORANGE PLAN OF CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT – Upon the initiative of the Orange Town Plan & Zoning Commission. To amend the Orange Plan of Conservation & Development regarding Transit Oriented Development (TOD) in the Town of Orange.
7. *PETITION TO AMEND THE ORANGE ZONING MAP – Upon the initiative of the Orange Town Plan & Zoning Commission. The proposed change is to clarify the Zoning Designation for TODD eligible properties located on Marsh Hill Road.
8. *PETITION TO AMEND THE ORANGE ZONING REGULATIONS – Submitted upon the initiative of the Orange Town Plan & Zoning Commission. To amend Article XXIV – Transit Oriented Development District of the Orange Zoning Regulations.
9. Discussion and possible vote to correct scrivener’s error with regard to the TODD District & “TODD eligible area” on the Orange Zoning Map.
The Wireless Zone, 330 Boston Post Road, Orange, is partnering with the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots campaign to collect new toys for less fortunate children in the area during Christmas.
The Wireless Zone will have a box instore beginning this week through the end of the season for local residents to drop off donations.