Sunday, April 30, 2017

New trees planted...

on Bank Street....


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Saturday, April 29, 2017

Buildings going up around town....

Here's what going on...





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Friday, April 28, 2017

Monday, April 24, 2017

Renovations underway at Tengda on Bedford St...

    Tengda Asian Bistro

ASIAN$$

235 Bedford Street
203-353-8005
tengdaasianbistrogroup.com  #stamforddowntown


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Thursday, April 20, 2017

The Bobby V’s Restaurant & Sports Bar - Stamford Job Fair is going on RIGHT NOW! 4/20 & 4/21

The Bobby V’s Restaurant & Sports Bar - Stamford  Job Fair is going on RIGHT NOW!
Bobby V’s Stamford is holding a JOB FAIR Today (Thursday, April 20th from 12-8pm) and Tomorrow (Friday, April 21st from 9am-3pm) at the Stamford Marriott – 243 Tresser Blvd. – Mezzanine Level - Board room 3 & 4. I’ve attached our Job Fair ad as reference as well as some pics of our fun set up here on the Mezzanine Level of the Stamford Marriott
 
Candidates should bring their resume, and apply TODAY!  We’re HIRING ALL POSITIONS!
-        Looking to fill between 80 – 100 positions
-        Front of the house staff (hosts, servers, bartenders, bussers/runners) and back of the house (dishwasher, utility kitchen staff, sous chef, prep chef, line cook, pantry cook). 
-        We will also be looking for mutuel tellers and guest relations associates.

Our receiving room is decked out with some fun games like corn-hole, BIG Jenga and basketball nets so applicants can have some fun while they’re waiting to meet the management team. 
Feel free to contact me directly if you have any questions!

Sal Murano
Marketing & Sales Manager
Sportech, Inc.
600 Long Wharf Drive
New Haven, CT 06511

o. 203.946.3299
m. 203.836.0609
f. 203.946.3104
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Fairgate Farms' 6th Growing Season Kick Off April 22

Event Title

Join us in Planting an Organic Garden at Fairgate Farms' 6th Growing Season Kick Off April 22nd!
Event Start Date

04/22/2017
Event End Date

04/22/2017
Event Start Time

09:00 am
Address

129 Stillwater Ave
Stamford, CT 06902
Map It
Event Admission Cost

free
Contact

Maxon Keating
Phone

(203) 940-2305
Email

Event Flyer

Description

Stay as long as you want between from 9am-2pm. No gardening experience needed. Wear gardening clothes/shoes. Volunteers receive a Reward Card towards free dinner.


Website

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Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Pansies around downtown...



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Monday, April 17, 2017

Stamford Family YMCA Wants Kids to “Charge into Summer” During Annual Healthy Kids Day®

Event Title

Stamford Family YMCA Wants Kids to “Charge into Summer” During Annual Healthy Kids Day®
Event Start Date

04/29/2017
Event End Date

04/29/2017
Event Start Time

11:00 am
Address

10 Bell Street
Stamford, CT 06901
Map It
Event Admission Cost

FREE
Contact

Danielle Jean-Guillaume Sittol
Phone

(203) 357-7000
Email

Event Flyer

Description

The Stamford YMCA is hosting a free community event to inspire more kids to keep their minds and bodies active at the annual YMCA’s Healthy Kids Day®.
Website



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Saturday, April 15, 2017

Easter egg hunt today!

Easter egg hunt in Latham park happened earlier today...

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Friday, April 14, 2017

Belly Dance Night at the Fez | Stamford Downtown - This is the place! - April 19

Belly Dance Night | Stamford Downtown - This is the place!

April 19, Belly dancing, a performance you do not get to see very often! FREE - but space is limited, reserve your spot. Graceful, energetic, sexy, glamorous, intoxicating entertaining and of course FUN!

Address: The Fez 227 Summer Street Stamford CT 06901 (Map It)
Contact: Fred Laist (203) 324-3391 Info@fezeg.com
Admission Cost: FREE
Links:
Flyer #stamforddowntown

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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Monday, April 10, 2017

Community Easter Egg Hunt in Latham Park - April 15

Here's what going on...


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Thursday, April 6, 2017

Noir of Stamford...

40 seats in an intimate seating....Come and visit. Enjoy a little bit of American with  a French twist. This summer, stop by after the Alive@Five concerts.... Noir Stamford at 225 Summer Street.

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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Stamford Advocate share: Summer art takes shape in Stamford


STAMFORD — Art in Public Places will return this summer with a familiar theme.
Forty white, fiberglass statues — shaped like cubes, spheres and pyramids — landed in Stamford this week, blank canvases ready to be transformed into colorful odes to the City That Works.
Artists from Connecticut, and a few from New York, have submitted 200 statue design proposals in hopes of getting sponsored by a local business or supporter of the arts. The Stamford Downtown Special Services District (DSSD) will narrow the proposals to 65 and 40 finalists will receive sponsorships.
About $175,000 needs to be raised to complete and display the 40 statues. 
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Tuesday, April 4, 2017

16 Handles Happy Hour on Wednesdays in April!



Get unlimited Fro-Yo for $5 from 4PM to 6PM!




Grab a friend and join us for Happy Hour every Wednesday between 4 PM and 6 PM! Fill up a pink cup to your heart's content for only $5! 😋 Sounds like a pretty sweet deal to us. 😃

Registered rewards members may present this image at the register to redeem the discount to fill up a pink cup for $5. Valid only at 16 Handles Stamford. Only one per guest. No cash value. Only valid on 3/29/17, 4/5/17, 4/12/17, 4/19/17, and 4/26/17 from 4 PM to 6 PM. Cannot be combined with any other offers or promotions.  #stamforddowntown

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Monday, April 3, 2017

Mayors Neighborhood Grant Award ceremony!

Grant money awarded today! Blogshare news.

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Stamford Announces First-Annual Walk to Work Day - April 7

Here's what going on...


City of Stamford

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                            Contact: Libby Carlson
March 29, 2017                                                                                   Phone: 203-977-5115

Stamford Announces First-Annual Walk to Work Day
STAMFORD, CT -- Thousands of Stamford residents and commuters are encouraged to walk to work on Stamford’s first annual Walk to Work Day on April 7, 2017, part of National Walk to Work Day. To mark the event, City officials and local organizations will gather at the Stamford Transportation Center Concourse between 7:30-9:00 a.m. to celebrate this public event with free coffee, snacks, safety education information and giveaways.

“National Walk to Work Day is a great step forward for Stamford to encourage walking as a healthy part of everyday life,” said Ted Jankowski, Director of Public Safety, Health and Welfare. “By finding a way to make walking part of your day, you are walking a path to a healthier lifestyle with proven health benefits.”


   “In Stamford we are committed to making it easier for people to use all modes of transportation, including driving, biking, walking and public transportation. Walking gets people out of their cars especially during key rush hours, improves the health of residents and provides important benefits to the environment. We hope that residents will consider walking to work as a healthy alternative to get around the City. Improving our streets and making them safe continues to be a priority for Mayor Martin and our department,” added Jim Travers, Bureau Chief from Transportation, Traffic and Parking.

The dense layout of Stamford within close proximity to public transit, shops, parks and jobs makes walking for short trips easy. Achieving safe streets is a top priority in Stamford. The Mayor’s Stamford Street Smart Initiative is supporting projects to improve the experience of non-motorists throughout the city, especially along main transit corridors like Washington Boulevard. 

In September 2016, the City participated in a Road Safety Audit through Connecticut Department of Transportation’s Community Connectivity Program, which is an assessment process that identifies safety issues and counter-measures to help improve safety and reduce crashes. According to the state DOT, the primary goal of the Program is to make conditions safer and more accommodating for pedestrians and cyclists, thereby encouraging more people to use these healthy and environmentally sustainable modes of travel. At the same time, these improvements will make Connecticut’s community centers more attractive and livable places to live and work. 

The City of Stamford has already begun implementing a number of counter-measures suggested by the program, such as signal timing updates along Washington Boulevard between Station Place and Tresser Boulevard, which is a major multi-modal corridor connecting thousands of commuters to jobs every day.

Walk to Work Tips:
  • Use Google Maps or other resources to plan your walking route
  • Stick to routes that feel safe and are well-lit
  • Wear supportive shoes
  • Be prepared for the weather
  • Carry a water bottle
  • Sweat happens, so be prepared to spruce up at work

Sponsors of Walk to Work Day include: the Stamford Street Smart Initiative, Stamford Health, CTrides, Stamford2030, and People Friendly Stamford.


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