Debbie’s Daily Dose of Food for Thought
We nurture and take care of our children, always hoping for the best. How we live and where we live as well as what we do influence their lives, and ours, on a daily basis. As the African proverb states, “It takes a village to raise a child.” So please take a look at the Patch events calendar to see what’s going on and get involved! We will all benefit.
Monday, April 25
Canoe Brook Senior Center, 7:30 p.m.
It is budget season and planning how, why and where to allocate monies is always a challenge. Why not attend this meeting to know more about the and apply what you learn to your own household? Creating a plan to manage your income, debt, expenses, and home improvement projects will make your clarify your goals and help you attain them.
Tuesday, April 26
Branford Fire Department Ceremonial Ground Breaking
45 North Main Street, 10 a.m.
Come join in a short celebration at the site of the new Fire Department Headquarters Building. Light refreshments will follow. for more information about the new Fire Department.
First Congregational Church, 122 Broad St. (on the green)
This weekly meeting is open to all teens that need help in dealing with other people’s drinking. You don't have to deal with this issue on your own.
Branford Early Childhood Collaborative (BECC) “Take a Step Day.”
It is “take a step day” so let’s all get moving! all about a recent fun and successful event and check out the for events for children throughout the day, 9 to 3 p.m.
Thursday, April 28
Today is the fifth annual Dining Out for Life day. Local restaurants donate at least 25 percent of your purchases to raise money for AIDS Project New Haven. and in Branford and in Guilford are participating this year. AIDS Project New Haven provides HIV/AIDS care and prevention to people in Connecticut.
Friday, April 29
Call to Artists at Willoughby Wallace Memorial Library
This is the last day local artists can submit work to participate in the annual Stony Creek Art Show. For more information,