Art from WWI trenches presented to Granby women

Christine Pittsley, special project director from the Connecticut State Library presented a very interesting program, “Harry Townsend and the realities of war,” for the May 3 Granby Women’s Breakfast Group.

Gran-Bee another huge success

On April 28, 23 teams gathered at Granby Memorial High School to participate in the 18th annual Gran-Bee, a fund raiser for the Granby Education Foundation which provides innovative education programs throughout Granby.


All dogs aged six months and older must be licensed by June 30, 2023; however no 2023-2024 dog licenses can be sold prior to June 1.

Out of Town

Upcoming Events at Simsbury Grange: Agricultural Fair and Beaver Wildlife Docuseries,

Community walk reimagines Granby’s town center

Thirty-five Granby citizens, from children to seniors, walked from Oakridge Drive to Mapleview Farm on April 16 as part of a community walk organized by Meg Jabaily, a master’s degree candidate at Boston Architectural College’s Design for Human Health program.

In Town Focus

Memorial Day Flags and Poppies on Sale, Community Kitchen Offering Meals Again, Annual Vigil for Racial Justice, Camera Club, Women’s Breakfast, Healthcare Day, Men’s Breakfast, and SBHS News