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1/31-2/27
Duncaster Displays Works of Local Artist During February New EventChamber Events
The Duncaster Art Gallery has a new show opening on January 31 featuring the works of Avon artist Inez Faillace.
2/2
Learn About Islam at Through Duncaster's Great Course Series in January & FebruaryChamber Events
With more than 1.2 billion adherents, Islam is the world’s second largest and fastest growing religion yet many do not understand it. Duncaster’s January and February Great Courses will feature a look at the facts and myths surrounding Islam. The courses will take place Mondays from 3:00-4:30 p.m. and are open to the public with advance registration. Those interested may participate in the full series or in individual sessions.

The course features the commentary of university professor and international government and media consultant John L. Esposito. “Many in the West know little about the faith and are familiar only with the actions of a minority of radical extremists,” says program moderator and Duncaster resident Helen Gettemy.

2/3
Bloomfield Chamber Legislative BreakfastChamber Events
Join us for Breakfast and hear what your local legislators have to say!
Joe Brennan, President of CBIA, Keynote Speaker
"Building a Brighter Economic Future for Everyone!"
Invited Panelists: David Baram, Beth Bye & Eric Coleman.
Please register in advance to secure your space.
Breakfast is included.
ClickHereToRegister
2/4
Bloomfield Chamber BAH Hosted by FoodshareChamber Events
Join the Bloomfield Chamber Board of Directors and our Membership for a Night of Networking!
In Hartford & Tolland Counties alone, 128,000 people are not sure where their next meal will come from. Foodshare is an organization that works to alleviate hunger and poverty. As the regions food bank, they supply to local service bodies through programs that build self-sufficiency and reduce the need for food.
2/4
"They Called Me Lizzy" a one-woman Play at Prosser Public Library
East Haddam Stage Co. presents Stephanie Jackson portraying Elizabeth Keckly
2/5
Duncaster’s Great Courses to Look in the Lives of 12 of the Greatest US Presidents
The lives, achievements, and legacies of 12 of the America’s greatest presidents will be the subject of six sessions of Duncaster’s Great Courses series. Participants will examine the roles of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, James K. Polk, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, Franklin Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman in building this nation. The courses will take place January 16 to February 20 on Fridays from 2:00-3:30 p.m. All are open to the public with advance registration. Those interested may participate in the full series or in individual sessions.
2/5
Talk It Up Toastmasters Club Meeting - Guests Welcome
Interviewing for jobs?
Giving a business presentation?
Leading a seminar?
Need confidence?

TOASTMASTERS IS THE ANSWER!

Toastmasters will help you to:
- Speak and present compellingly.
- Think quickly and clearly.
- Become a strong leader.
- Listen effectively.

You will learn these skills and more in a supportive, self-paced, fun atmosphere.

Join us at Talk It Up Toastmasters! Guests are Welcome.
We meet on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays at 12:00pm.
Website: talkitup.toastmastersclubs.org
Email: contact-8045@toastmastersclubs.org

Detailed directions to our location and meeting room can be found on our website above.

JOIN OUR CLUB TODAY AND BEGIN TO DISCOVER YOUR CONFIDENCE.
2/6
Baby Bounce Storytime @ Prosser
11 AM
2/6
"Grigris", Film Showing at Prosser Public Library
A Film from Chad, directed by Mahamat-Saleh Haroun in French with English subtitles
2/6
Toddler Time Storytime @ Prosser
10:15 AM
2/9
Diabetes Academy Device Training
Free injectable device training: learn about meal-based dosing, recognizing and treating low blood sugar and much more. Spanish translation available.
2/9
Discuss "Sailing on Broken Pieces" a NAMI Book Discussion @ Prosser Public Library
The author, Dr. Gary Rhule will participate in tonight's book discussion.
2/9
Free Diabetes Education Classes
Classes by Certified Diabetes Educators about managing your diabetes and living a healthier life- completely free at Reliance Pharmacy.
2/9
Learn About Islam at Through Duncaster's Great Course Series in January & FebruaryChamber Events
With more than 1.2 billion adherents, Islam is the world’s second largest and fastest growing religion yet many do not understand it. Duncaster’s January and February Great Courses will feature a look at the facts and myths surrounding Islam. The courses will take place Mondays from 3:00-4:30 p.m. and are open to the public with advance registration. Those interested may participate in the full series or in individual sessions.

The course features the commentary of university professor and international government and media consultant John L. Esposito. “Many in the West know little about the faith and are familiar only with the actions of a minority of radical extremists,” says program moderator and Duncaster resident Helen Gettemy.

2/10
21st Century Music Appreciation at Prosser Public Library
Join Russell Salk to hear music of contemporary classical composers Thomas Ades, Jennifer Higdon and Hans Gefors.
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Welcome to the Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce!

Welcome to the Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce!



The Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce is a key member driven organization committed to supporting its members' success.

Our key goals are to:
* Help members grow their business
* Help members manage their expenses
* Help Bloomfield continue to offer a welcoming business environment

The Bloomfield Chamber has represented businesses of all sizes for almost fifty years. The Chamber promotes business success in Bloomfield through a variety of events, programs and initiatives. We offer programs to help members manage costs, including healthcare benefit costs and host educational programs to help businesses improve their productivity and performance. The Town of Bloomfield has a long history of welcoming economic development and business and the Chamber works to support these efforts.

We welcome and encourage all members to participate in Chamber activities. Please join a Chamber Committee!

* Communications
* Economic Development
* Governance
* Healthcare & Medical Services
* Membership


To register call 860-242-3710 or email director@bloomfieldchamber.org



JOB POSTINGS

Town of Bloomfield -

For internship opportunities with the Town for 2015 summer session, visit www.bloomfieldct.org for more information.

Senior Services Back Up (Substitute) Mini Bus Driver – deadline (none)
$12.36 hourly (non-benefited)
For details and how to apply, go to www.bloomfieldct.org. Pre-employment drug testing. AA/EOE

Certified Police Officer – deadline (none)
$65,031
For details and how to apply go to www.bloomfieldct.org.


Town of Bloomfield Summer 2015 Positions
Lifeguards, Swim Instructors, Front Desk Attendants, Cultural Instructors, Camp Directors and Counselors
For details and how to apply go to www.bloomfieldct.org.

Please post until the deadline Feb. 10th






Bloomfield Chamber BAH Hosted by Foodshare
Bloomfield Chamber BAH Hosted by Foodshare
Join the Bloomfield Chamber Board of Directors and our Membership for a Night of Networking!

In Hartford & Tolland Coun

Bloomfield Chamber BAH Hosted by Little Mark's Big BBQ
Bloomfield Chamber BAH Hosted by Little Mark's Big BBQ
Join the Bloomfield Chamber Board of Directors and Membership for a night of Networking and Delicious Food!

When Little

Bloomfield Chamber Legislative Breakfast
Bloomfield Chamber Legislative Breakfast
Join us for Breakfast and hear what your local legislators have to say!
Joe Brennan, President of CBIA, Keynote Speaker
"Building a Brighter Economic Future for Everyone!"
Invited Panelists: David Baram, Beth Bye & Eric Coleman.
Please register in advance to secure your space.
Breakfast is included.
ClickHereToRegister



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