Students of the Windy Hill Guitar Studio of Granby will present a program of classical guitar solo and ensemble-repertoire at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 14, at the East Granby Public Library, 24 Center Street, East Granby. The performance is free and open to the public but registration is recommended.
The Granby Public Library is featuring the 12th annual Granby Camera Club photo exhibit from June 1 to 28. The club was founded 24 years ago to pursue photography as an art form and welcomes all who share a passion to learn, create and enjoy the beauty of photography.
Marquis of Granby wants to thank everyone who contributed to its fundraiser held at the Thomas Hooker Brewery on March 9. The event was a huge success, with 100 percent of proceeds going to help members of the corps get to Scotland this August.
Folk singer and composer Mark Erelli returns to the Salmon Brook Music Series on Saturday, June 9. Since his first album (Signature Sounds) in 1999, his rigorous touring schedule has included the major folk festivals at Newport and Philadelphia.
On Mother’s Day we honor our mothers, grandmothers, god-mothers, and aunts for all the love and devotion they have given us, and the sacrifices they have made over the years. We tell them the words in our heart, “I love you,” and they are happy.
Virtuoso violinist Emlyn Ngai and the Hartt Collegium Musicum will perform music of the 17th and 18th centuries at 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 22, at South Church, 242 Salmon Brook Street. The Bruce Porter Memorial Music Series is proud to welcome the Hartt Collegium back to Granby for the fourth time.
Patricelli-Regan has established an initial yearly scholarship in memory of her mother, Sylvia Davis Patricelli, for a graduating senior from Granby Memorial High School who is pursuing a career in the fine arts. Patricelli-Regan and her parents previously lived in post-WWII Granby and she wished to encourage the creative arts within Granby’s academic curriculum in recognition of her mother’s success as an internationally recognized portrait painter from Australia.
When Meg Fenton Funk was growing up, she was very close to her nieces and nephews. With Funk being significantly younger than her three siblings, she felt like her nieces and nephews were like the younger siblings she never had.