Food Truck Accessories, Ridgefield happenings: Digital addiction seminar, gold sale, and food truck festival-Here is a list of events that will be held in Ridgefield in the coming weeks:
Several workshops on Apple Mac devices are available through Ridgefield Continuing Education in October. Participants import their password for iPhone, Apple ID, and wireless class.
The iPhone for Beginners is Thursday, September 27 (19:00 to 21:00) or Tuesday, October 9, at 10 am, at noon. The iPad for Beginners is on Tuesday, October 2 (19:00 – 21:00) and October 16 (10:00 to 11:00). Mac Safari (15.30-16.30) and Mac Mail (16.45 – 17.45) on Thursday, October 4; Mac’s agenda and contacts are Thursday, October 18 (15.30-16.30), and Apple iCloud will be on Thursday, November 8 (15.30-17.00).
Costs vary between $ 21 and $ 39 between classes. The Ridgefield discount is larger (62 and more). , Registration and advanced information at ridgefieldschools.org or call Peggy Bruno at 203-431-2812.
Starting hook courses are available through Ridgefield Continuing Education. Right hand instructions. Standard hooks, training leads, add-ons, and designs are $ 10 to be paid to a first-class Eileen Burton instructor.
Classes will be held on Monday 15, 22, 29 November and 5 November, 19:00 to 21:00. or on Tuesday 23 and 30 October; 6th and 13th November, from 13.00 to 15.00 Price list is $ 92. Ridgefield discounts are available. Registration and more information on ridgefieldschools.org or Peggy Bruno 203-431-2812. “Digital addiction: no one can win when kids get tricked into the game,” is a launch event at Life Resilience #Selfie Generation. The program, led by Paul Weigle, will be held on Wednesday 3 October at 19.00. Ridgefield Library, 472 Main Street.
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Weigle discusses the effects of the chronic game on the academic performance, sleeping, behavior and psychological well-being of children and young people. Participants learn to set reasonable and applicable limits for digital gaming when they literally play with a young person and seek help if your child shows signs of addiction or addiction.
Sign up for ridgefieldlibrary.org or call 203-438-2282.
Trust Asset Protection Trust and Revocable Living Trusts are a new seminar in Ridgefield Continuing Education. Michele F. and senior lawyers, Thomas E. Murphy, discuss how they can prevent them from paying for long-term care and maintaining independence and quality of life.
The class will meet on Wednesday 3 October at 18.30 at 20 East Ridge High School. Costs are $ 29. Discount for seniors and discount for carers / parents. Information and enrollment at ridgefieldschools.org or call Peggy Bruno at 203-431-2812.
Firefighters are ready to arrange a food festival
The Ridgefield Volunteer Fire Department will host the first annual feeding festival on Sunday, October 21, at Lounsberry House, from 11:30 to 18:00.
Lunch wagons offer a variety of local dishes, desserts and beer.
The event also includes concerts and 50/50 events.
There comes a springboard, face painting and a wagon.
Outdoor terrace with deck and chairs. Coolers are not allowed.
All incomes go to RVFD. Admission is $ 7 per person; children under the age of 12 free of charge.
Gold Auctioning Founding Hall
Founding Hall in Danbury Road, 193, has a gold auction on Wednesday, October 3, 12: 00-16: 00. The American Gold & Diamond customer evaluator estimates jewelry, gold, silver and diamond watches and offers a price based on the current market value.
Sellers get money and the founder gets a share of the total turnover. All sellers must provide a valid ID.
For more information, see Founders-hall.org.
Open at home
The Ridgefield Historical Society presents “Sunday School” on September 30 at 13.00. at 16.00, at the Peter Parley School (West Lane and Route 35).
The program is open to the public and attracts visitors of all ages through interactive school visits and practical learning experiences with teachers and craftsmen in the colonial era.
This Sunday program includes a presentation about the First World War: Ridgefield answers a call and presents the local artist Bil Mikulewicz’s posters. The exhibition marks the end
Karen Gaudian, Ridgefield Social Services administrator and head of the city office, will be attending Ridgefield, 472 Main Street on Thursday, October 4 at 17:00. Talk about Medicare. This presentation is for anyone who uses Medicare or is new. It is an opportunity to ask questions and get the important information that every user needs Medicare.
Ridgefield’s social services will again provide counseling on free and confidential health insurance orders from October 15 to December 7 when they register with the library.
Individual library consultations are available on request 203-431-2754. These free individual sessions provide a confidential assessment of the coverage of prescription drugs, explanations of the benefits and general support for those receiving Medicare.
For more information, call Gaudian at 203-431-2754 or send an e-mail to [email protected]
This program facilitates the joint efforts of the Ridgefield Social Services, the Aging Care Ages, the Aging Commission, Founders and Libraries.
Meet the Ridgefield Doughboys from the First World War
Sunday, September 30, from 1 to 4 pp. M., The Ridgefield Cemetery Renewal Committee sponsors a self-assisted visit to the Mapleshade Cemetery and visits the Ridgefield Monuments participating in the First World War. Rainy day October 14.
Visitors will hear stories about 28 city dwellers who have fought or supported war efforts. One of them was a medal. The other was arrested, fled from the German prison camp and found a voyage of discovery through the Netherlands, where he traveled to England.
The entrance is through the Mapleshade cemetery on the corner of Mapleshade and North Street. Follow the signs to park.
The library book will be returned next month
Friends of the Ridgefield Library (FORL) will use the next semester of sales of books.
The revenues are used to finance programs that the library can not offer outside the normal operating budget, such as folk music, lectures and others.
The sale of books for children starts from 5 to 7 October. The general sale takes place from Friday 12 to Monday 15 October. The library is located at 472 Main Street.
Friday is a registration fee of $ 10 for non-FORL members from 10 am to 12 noon. Subscriptions are available in the cash table.
CPR course for teenagers
The CPR course, organized by the American Heart Association, takes place on Wednesday 10 October from 10.00 am. for teenagers in Ridgefield Barracks. This course is given by the teachers of your home CPR, LLC. I want to learn life-saving skills. Pupils learn CPR in adults, children and children, how to use AED and how someone can help drown. Participants who complete the course receive a two-year certificate from the American Heart Association. Register online at yourhomecpr.com/teens or call 877-CPR-2-YOU.
The founding hall offers an opportunity to learn more about daily life and the consequences of the internment of American citizens of Japanese descent and Japanese foreign prisoners during the Second World War, on Friday 5 October at 1:00 pm, at the founder’s seminar.
In 1942, the US government ordered more than 110,000 men, women and children to leave their homes and stop in remote military camps, including the Manzanar Rescue Center in California. Dr. Darla Shaw, professor of education at the University of Western Connecticut State University, will share his experiences with publications, exhibitions and oral history as a volunteer on the Manzanar National Historic Site with his wife, Ben Shaw. During the seminar you can view photos, books and other materials.
This seminar is free and open to the public thanks to the Sparkasse sponsor. Founders Hall, a donated sponsored education and entertainment center for over-60s, is located at Danbury Road 193. More information at Founders-hall.org.
Ridgefield Continuing Education is taking a band with dubbing with James Seawood, a teacher and vocal talent from New York.
Karen Gaudian, Head of the Ridgefield Social Work Administration and City Department Manager, will be on Thursday 4 October at 17:00 at Ridgefield, 472 Main Street. Talk to Medicare. This presentation is for everyone who uses Medicare or is new. It has the opportunity to ask questions and get important information that every user needs Medicare.
Ridgefield’s social services continue to offer free and confidential health insurance subscriptions from 15 October to 7 December. From when they are recorded in the library.
Request for individual libraries is available on request 203-431-2754. These free individual sessions provide a confidential estimate of the coverage of prescription drugs, performance reviews, and general support for those receiving Medicare.
For more information on Gaudian, see 203-431-2754 or email at [email protected]
This program facilitates co-operation between Ridgefield Social Services, Aging Age, Seniors, Founders and Libraries.
Take a look at the Ridgefield World War One stab
Sunday, September 30 01:00 – 16:00 The Ridgefield Cemeteries Reparation Committee sponsored an independent visit to the Mapleshade Cemetery and visits the Ridgefield memorials that took place during the First World War. Rain Day 14.10.
Visitors will hear stories from 28 urban people who have fought or backed up the war. One of them was a medal. The other was arrested, fled from the German jail, and found a trip through Holland, where he traveled to England.
The entrance is at Mapleshade Cemetery at Mapleshade and North Street. Follow signs to park.
The library book will be returned next month
The Ridgefield (FORL) library will use the book for the next semester.
Revenue is used to finance programs that the library can not provide outside the normal operating budget, such as folk music, conferences and more.
Children’s books are sold on 5-7. October. The general sale will take place from Friday 12 to Monday 15 October. The library is located at 472 Main Street.
Friday is a fee of 10 euros for members who are not members of FORL from 10.00 to 12.00. Applications are available on payment.
CPR course for teenagers
The American Heart Association will organize a CPR course on Wednesday, October 10, at 10.00. teenagers at Ridgefield’s Barracks. This course is taught by your own home CPR, LLC teachers. I want to learn life-saving skills. The student learns to use CPR in adults, children and children, how to use AED and how to overwhelm them. The course will be validated by the American Heart Association for two years. Register online at yourhomecpr.com/teens or call 877-CPR-2-YOU.
The Foundation provides an opportunity to learn about the daily lives and consequences of imprisoning Japanese and Japanese foreign prisoners on Friday, October 5 at 13.00, during the World War II seminar.
In 1942, the US government ordered more than 110,000 men, women and children to leave their homes and stop at remote armies, including California’s Manzanar Rescue Department. Dr. Darl Shaw, a professor of education at the University of Connecticut University, shares his experiences with publications, exhibitions and oral history with volunteers at the Manzanar National Historic Site with his wife Ben Shaw. During the seminar you will see photos, books and other materials.
The seminar is free and open to the public thanks to Sparkassen’s sponsor. Founders Hall, a sponsored and talented educational and entertainment center for over 60 years, is located at Danbury Road 193. Read more about Founders-hall.org.
Ridgefield’s continuing education is an integral part of James Seawood, New York’s teacher and songwriting.
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