2021 marks 50 years for Granby Road Race

The Farmington Valley YMCA is excited to announce that the 50th Granby Road Race will be held on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021. Founded by David Hildreth, Dave Bale and Dennis Lobo in May 1971, the Granby Road Race is one of Connecticut’s oldest historic events and runners have the option to register for either a 5K or 10K.

Parks & Recreation

Date Night Yoga Class: Saturday, Feb. 13, 3–4 p.m., at Salmon Brook Park Gathering Room.

Pumpkin carving winners

The Granby Senior Center held a Pumpkin Carving Contest in October. Several local healthcare companies and Granby Town Departments were invited to participate.

Letter to Santa, 2020

Dear Santa:
Wow. What a year, huh? I bet more people than ever, especially those involved in politics, have really tested the line between naughty and nice.

Fall virtual programs for the autism community

Autism Families CONNECTicut, (AFC), is launching revamped virtual programs for those ages 3 to young adult on the autism spectrum. Like in-person programming, participants will be able to explore creativitythrough fun activities where they can interact with peers and express themselves freely via virtual platforms, such as Zoom and the Houseparty App.

East Granby Public Library and Land Trust Unveil New Story Trail

East Granby has opened its first story trail at the East Granby Land Trust’s Ian Clark Preserve. Family hikers are welcome to explore the half-mile loop and enjoy the story, When Grandma Gives You A Lemon Tree, by Suffield author, Jamie L. B. Deenihan and illustrated by Lorraine Rocha.