Flowers

When I see the police officer directing traffic at Meadow View Farms in Southwick, I’m always amazed that so many people, like me, love flowers! 

GMHS Performing Arts brings home Halo awards

Granby Memorial High School Performing Arts is proud to announce the results of the Halo awards presented on May 28 at the Palace Theater in Waterbury.   Forty-eight high schools were represented and Granby was grateful to be one of them.

June Thoughts

The corn grows in the fields. 

Songbirds make their music. Listen—

You can hear their singing.

Local student places in statewide art competition

Christian Cusano, eighth grade student at Granby Memorial Middle School, is the recipient of a third place recognition in the Middle Division of the 2019 Future Problem Solving of Connecticut statewide art competition held at North Haven High School on March 30.

Hang-A-Quilt Day is June 22

Farmington Valley Quilters is sponsoring Hang-A-Quilt Day on Saturday, June 22, with a rain date of June 23. The goal is to have the largest outdoor quilt show in the country.

Windy Hill guitar ensemble to perform at South Church

Students of the Windy Hill Guitar Studio will present a program of classical guitar solo and ensemble repertoire at 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 15 at Fellowship Hall, South Congregational Church, 242 Salmon Brook Street. The performance is free and open to the public and will be followed by a reception.