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Town of Granby Meeting Calendar

Check Town of Granby website or call Town Manager’s office to verify date,  time, location, and get information on how to participate on Zoom, if needed.

Taking the mystery out of revaluation

(REPRINT) The revaluation of property values is done every five years per state law. The “reval” being done effective for the Oct. 1, 2022 Grand List will affect tax bills issued for next fiscal year—July 2023.

GMHS Class of 1972 raises $1,000 for student scholarships

As part of its 50th reunion, the GMHS class of ‘72 was given a tour of the high school by students from the National Honor Society. To thank them for their efforts, the class donated $1,000 to the student scholarship fund on Nov. 3.

Wreaths across America Day, Dec. 17

On Dec. 17, National Wreaths Across America Day, the mission to “Remember, Honor, and Teach” will be carried out by the Abigail Phelps Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution as a service to the Simsbury Cemeteries and to all residents of Simsbury and surrounding towns.

Valley Pre-School’s Spooktacular

On Oct. 27, Valley Pre-School families enjoyed its annual Spooktacular event. Spooktacular is an outdoor event showcasing dozens of jack o’lanterns the children carved in class, along with those brought in by families.

Meet Michele Kaminski, Granby’s new Teen and Children’s Librarian

In the fast-paced rush of today’s world, one constant remains at the center of the community in Granby— the Granby Public Library. For decades, the library has served as a valuable resource for curious learners of all ages: a place to peruse its shelves in hopes of finding a new book to enjoy, access the internet, or stop by to catch up with friends over a game of chess.

Taking the mystery out of revaluation

(REPRINT) The revaluation of property values is done every five years per state law. The “reval” being done effective for the Oct. 1, 2022 Grand List will affect tax bills issued for next fiscal year—July 2023.

GMHS Class of 1972 raises $1,000 for student scholarships

As part of its 50th reunion, the GMHS class of ‘72 was given a tour of the high school by students from the National Honor Society. To thank them for their efforts, the class donated $1,000 to the student scholarship fund on Nov. 3.

Wreaths across America Day, Dec. 17

On Dec. 17, National Wreaths Across America Day, the mission to “Remember, Honor, and Teach” will be carried out by the Abigail Phelps Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution as a service to the Simsbury Cemeteries and to all residents of Simsbury and surrounding towns.

Valley Pre-School’s Spooktacular

On Oct. 27, Valley Pre-School families enjoyed its annual Spooktacular event. Spooktacular is an outdoor event showcasing dozens of jack o’lanterns the children carved in class, along with those brought in by families.

Meet Michele Kaminski, Granby’s new Teen and Children’s Librarian

In the fast-paced rush of today’s world, one constant remains at the center of the community in Granby— the Granby Public Library. For decades, the library has served as a valuable resource for curious learners of all ages: a place to peruse its shelves in hopes of finding a new book to enjoy, access the internet, or stop by to catch up with friends over a game of chess.

Being thankful for friends

At Thanksgiving, we have dinner with our family or friends. We usually offer thanks for our families and the meal we are having and wish our friends goodwill.