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    State Threatens to Slash Norfolk’s Education Grant

    Town obligated to make up difference   By Wiley Wood This year’s Annual Budget Hearing, usually one of the highlights of the town calendar, lasted exactly two minutes and 11 seconds. Vice-Chairman Graham Allyn announced to a largely empty room that the Board of Finance had no budget it was prepared to discuss with the […]

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    Vint Lawrence Dies at 76

      Vint Lawrence, an artist, gardener and activist in town affairs, whose connection to Norfolk began in childhood as the son of weekenders and developed in his last two decades when he took up full-time residence, died on April 9 at Smilow Cancer Hospital in New Haven at the age of 76. The cause was […]

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    Melville, the Mountain and Moby Dick

      By Michael Kelly Only a writer with Herman Melville’s phantasmagorical imagination could look out his window in the Berkshire Hills of Western Massachusetts at Mount Greylock, 16 miles due north, and envision a great white whale surfacing for air in the remote seas of the South Pacific. Yet this is precisely what Melville did […]

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    Tobey Bog: The Centrality of Marginal Places

      By Hans M. Carlson Many of the articles I’ve written for Norfolk Now have concerned the interconnectedness of the natural world and human communities. By highlighting stone walls, collier’s hearths and the remnants of early conservation work, I’ve tried to show that even the deepest woods here in the northwest corner of Conn. are […]

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    Blackberry River Baking Co. Serves New Food in a Familiar Setting

      By Ruth Melville Four years ago, Audrey and Sam Leary were living in Brooklyn and looking for a place to start a new life—they found it in Canaan, Conn. The couple met in New York, where Audrey attended culinary school. After leaving school, she worked briefly at a Michelin-rated restaurant in the city before […]

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    From Riverbed to Lasting Art

    Jim Kochiss leaves no stone unturned   By Colleen Gundlach Most people step over rocks, whether in the river or on the roadside, without a second thought, but not Jim Kochiss. This lifetime Norfolk resident sees the potential for beauty in each stone, and has the ability to bring out the true personality of every […]

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    A Stint in the Middle East

    MacGregor Robinson takes a position at King’s Academy   By Christina Vanderlip When he headed admissions for Trinity-Pawling School in Pawling N.Y., Norfolk native MacGregor (Greg) Robinson traveled the globe recruiting and interviewing potential students and meeting their families. Clearly, he had not seen enough of the world in his estimation, as he recently accepted […]

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    Norfolk Photographers at Pinacoteca Gallery

    Mia Weiner, owner of the Pinacoteca Gallery in Bantam, Conn., confers with guests at an opening reception on April 16 for “Norfolk Through a Lens,” an exhibition of 10 Norfolk photographers: Jennifer Almquist, Peter Coffeen, Mahlon Craft, Bruce Frisch, Katherine Griswold, Anita Holmes, Jim Jasper, Christopher Little, Babs Perkins and Rick Schatzberg. A large-format book […]

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    The Ultimate Farm-to-Table Experience

    Babs Perkins’s new photography on view at the library   By Lindsey Pizzica Rotolo Babs Perkins describes a Zen-like element to life in the Balkans, which is certainly reflected in her photographs from the region. Her upcoming show at the Norfolk Library, “Bosnia & Serbia through the Lens” includes a collection of 30 photographs from […]

Upcoming Events

  1. Rosemary Gill: One-Woman Show

    May 29 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  2. Memorial Day Parade

    May 30 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
  3. 38th Annual Memorial Day Five-Mile Road Race

    May 30 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
  4. Field Trip to Olana

    June 3 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Articles

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Blackberry River Baking Co. Serves New Food in a Familiar Setting

  By Ruth Melville Four years ago, Audrey and Sam Leary were living in Brooklyn and looking for a place to start a new life—they found it in Canaan, Conn. The couple met in New York, where Audrey attended culinary school. After leaving school, she worked briefly at a Michelin-rated restaurant in the city before […]

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From Riverbed to Lasting Art

Jim Kochiss leaves no stone unturned   By Colleen Gundlach Most people step over rocks, whether in the river or on the roadside, without a second thought, but not Jim Kochiss. This lifetime Norfolk resident sees the potential for beauty in each stone, and has the ability to bring out the true personality of every […]

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A Stint in the Middle East

MacGregor Robinson takes a position at King’s Academy   By Christina Vanderlip When he headed admissions for Trinity-Pawling School in Pawling N.Y., Norfolk native MacGregor (Greg) Robinson traveled the globe recruiting and interviewing potential students and meeting their families. Clearly, he had not seen enough of the world in his estimation, as he recently accepted […]

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Rosemary Gill Will Perform One-Woman Show

“When the Theatre Came to Town”   By Jude Mead “There is no business like show business,” according to Rosemary Gill, whose debut performance of “When the Theatre Came to Town” takes place on Sunday, May 29 in the Great Hall of the Norfolk Library with two showings, one at 6 p.m. and another at 8 p.m. This one-person, original […]

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The Ultimate Farm-to-Table Experience

Babs Perkins’s new photography on view at the library   By Lindsey Pizzica Rotolo Babs Perkins describes a Zen-like element to life in the Balkans, which is certainly reflected in her photographs from the region. Her upcoming show at the Norfolk Library, “Bosnia & Serbia through the Lens” includes a collection of 30 photographs from […]

Local Animal Shelter Offers Free Care

The Little Guild That Could   While Norfolk doesn’t have its own shelter for cats and dogs, The Little Guild of St. Francis in West Cornwall has long filled that void. The fastest-growing animal rescue effort in Connecticut, the Little Guild adopted out 515 animals last year, more than twice its previous record. The shelter […]

Norfolk Bids Farewell to Evan G. Hughes

Evan G. Hughes, who, with Peter Ermacora, his late partner and spouse of 42 years, was a long-time resident of Norfolk, died on March 9, 2016 at Kindred Hospital of the Palm Beaches, after a long illness, surrounded by his loving family and friends. Evan had moved to Jupiter, Florida two years ago. His spiritual […]

Norfolk’s February Weather

A One Month Winter Season? By Russell Russ Winter finally arrived this month, bringing with it a near-average amount of snowfall and briefly some very cold temperatures. Unlike last year’s snowy deep freeze of a month, this year gave us just a taste of what normal February weather should be. Even with a brief record […]

Save the Date

Weekend in Norfolk On August 5, 6, and 7, come celebrate Norfolk’s many natural and cultural offerings. Events will include a fire department open house, Battell Arts ice cream social and games, Land Trust six-peak climb fora free t-shirt, Artisans Guild demonstrations & discounts, U.S. Coast Guard concert at the Yale Music Shed, After School […]

Haystack Possible Site of Viking Burial Mound

What is believed to be an ancient Norse coin was discovered March 17 on the slopes of Haystack Mountain, reigniting longstanding debate about whether the Vikings ever reached Norfolk. Dr. Dagmar Holblad, of Malmo, Sweden, was examining the site of a charcoal pit in Haystack State Park when he uncovered the coin. A specialist in […]