|Event:||TVCA Business After Hours|
|Date:||March 19th, 2019.|
|Time:||5:30 PM to 7:00 PM|
|Location:||Oliver Ellsworth Homestead|
The Windsor Chamber of Commerce TVCA Business after Hours on Tuesday, March 19 will be hosted by the Oliver Ellsworth Homestead located at 778 Palisado Avenue from 5:30 to 7:00 PM. Enjoy refreshments and networking at this authentic colonial home with Chamber members from the six Tobacco Valley Chambers: Windsor, Bloomfield, Bradley Regional, East Windsor, Granby, and Suffield.
Free to members of Windsor Chamber, TVCA and Metro Hartford Chamber, $5.00 for non-members. Please RSVP 860-688-5165 or www.WindsorCC.org ..
ABCs of a Business Plan and Understanding a SWOT Analysis: How important is it to have a Business Plan? Do you know what a SWOT Analysis is? Can the two be connected? You will learn the importance of both, what they are used for, what information they should contain and what they say about your business.
To register, contact Lisa Powell at email@example.com or 860.240.4892
Please Join assist us in planning events and programs to Show the Beauty of East Windsor. (Email and FB Page to be created shortly for this Group)
Dear Fellow Artists and Friends of Agonist Gallery,
On Sunday, March 24, Agonist Gallery will host our Early Spring Artists Market.
All area visual artists are invited to bring 1-3 pieces for display in the gallery for the day (more if there’s room)- 11 am to 4 pm. There are no commissions on sales, and the price to exhibit is only $10 at the door. There will be no charge for our visitors, and there is ample parking.
Bring some new work to share and test out. Our Artists Markets are a place for artists to show new work without great expense or time commitment. Accepted work includes photography, painting, drawing, and sculpture. Work will be hung on display panels normally used for outdoor art fairs.
There will be time for set-up between 10:30 am and 11 am. “At the Dam Restaurant” next door is open to 1 pm. Hope to see you there!
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Come and Join in the Celebration of the opening of the Revitalized Highway 91 Bar Grill & banquet facility- RIBBON CUTTING at 530 pm -Tasty Treats w/ cash bar.Come See what all the Excitement is at Highway 91-
Shoot Some Pool!
Great way to End your Day with Fun and Good Conversation- Future Activities and Events TBA!
The Duchess is the finest little ship to sail the silver seas. As travelers and crew prepare to depart on their ocean cruise, no one would expect a murderer to be among them. Find out who at the 16th Annual Murder Mystery Dinner Auction to be held on Friday, March 29, 2019, at the Asnuntuck Community College Banquet & Conference Center.
Proceeds from the event benefit Asnuntuck Community College Scholarships and student support services in Asnuntuck’s Academic Degree programs, Advanced Manufacturing Technology programs and Continuing Education certificate and licensure workforce programs. Since 2014, the Asnuntuck Community College Foundation has provided over $500,000 in student support.
Charles Miller and Robyn Lee Miller, ShopRite of Enfield are the Chairpersons of this year’s event. Committee members include Mike Bedore, Carmela Brennan, Cheryl Chiasson, Julie Cotnoir, Robert Earley, Amy Howard, Joyce Keating, Kim Quinn, Kathleen Tallarita- Lombardi, Lisa Reda, Suzanne Romano and Marisol Suarez.
Reservations for Death Aboard the Duchess are $75.00 and include social hour, prime rib and roast turkey carving stations, delicious entrees and delectable dessert, as well as silent and live auctions. A tax-deductible donation is also included. Death Aboard the Duchess is sure to keep the audience guessing and laughing until the very end.
Sponsorships are available from $2,500 to $125 and include a variety of marketing opportunities and guest reservations. For more information, please call event organizer Chris Casey of Chris Casey Concepts at 860.698.6267 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To sponsor or attend the event, please go to www.asnuntuck.edu/donate.