The Derby Riverwalk, officially called the “Greenway” by the City of Derby, was opened in 2006 along the banks of the Housatonic and Naugatuck Rivers. The 1.7 miles of paths were build on the tops of flood walls on the sides of the rivers. Derby is situated right where the two rivers meet, which allows for such a great park to exist.
With Members of Congress attempting to gut the Clean Water Act and legislators trying to repeal Connecticut’s historic pesticide ban on school grounds, environmentalists are joining with researchers, authors, beekeepers, organic business leaders, elected officials, and others to discuss strategies for protecting health and the environment.
Griffin Hospital’s Bereavement Program is sponsoring a two-part session on “Coping With Grief During the Holidays” on November 17 and December 10. Both sessions will be held from 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm at Griffin Hospital.
Charles F. Roseney offers a free presentation on his exeriences producing Beatles conventions, tours, and meeting 3 of the Beatles on Tuesday, November 10 at 6:30pm at the Derby Public Library (Harcourt Wood Memorial Library), 313 Elizabeth Street in Derby, CT.
Derby, CT moves closer to completing a new water front park on O’Sullivan’s island near the Derby Greenway.
Richard Felix of the UK’s ‘Most Haunted’ and one of the most respected paranormal investigators in Europe today, will be making a rare appearance in Connecticut this September.