Safe Grad needs YOU!

It’s February, and you know what that means—groundhog shadows, hearts, chocolate, and Granby Parents for a Safe Graduation (GPSG) kicking into high gear! GPSG is an all-volunteer, non-profit group that organizes a substance-free Safe Grad celebration for Granby Memorial High School graduates.

Granby Racial Reconciliation brings race, religion and politics workshops to Granby

Granby Racial Reconciliation is hosting a series of four 1.5-hour workshops to discuss the intersection of race, religion and politics. The hope is that, in the year of a national election, these guided conversations will enable participants to better understand the dynamics of these social forces at work in our nation, enabling them to better participate in our democracy.

Suffield Players offers side-splitting farce in February

Laughter is in the spotlight as the Suffield Players present Drinking Habits, an uproarious farce written by Tom Smith. This production guarantees a hilarious mix of mistaken identities, accusations, and romantic entanglements.

Footloose chosen as GMHS spring musical

The Granby Memorial High School Dramatic Arts is incredibly excited to perform the hit musical Footloose this Spring. Although the musical is known for its dancing, it carries a deeper meaning of grief and how people struggle to connect after a massive loss.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum theft revisited in new film

Mark Guiod, Granby resident and former Air Traffic Chief for the FAA at Bradley International Airport, has a new role — film producer. Through his son David’s post-film school connections, Guiod became a producer for a new independent feature film, Art Thief, that is making the rounds of film festivals across the country. The film will be screening Feb. 1 at the Cabot Theater in Beverly, Mass., and a local screening is also being planned.