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People to People, Norfolk to Mekele

Sometimes It Takes a Village   By Dorothy S. Pam Chris Hanley has a mission. Known locally as a young woman with strong family and community ties, she is now dedicating herself to making life better for a small group of blind students half way around the world in Ethiopia. And she has drawn her […]

Weekend in Norfolk Brings Artisans to Station Place

Both sides of Station Place will be filled with artisans demonstrating their work during Weekend in Norfolk, coming up soon on August 5, 6 and 7. On one of the corners with Route 44, the Norfolk Boatworks is setting up shop for all three days, prepared to take a wooden canoe through all its stages, […]

3-Day Watercolor Open House Offers Free Lessons to Artists Both New

Many of us have wished we could paint and many have tried to do so. During all three days of Weekend in Norfolk, WaterWorks is offering a lecture, exhibits, demonstrations and free lessons to watercolorists of all skill levels, including a special workshop for kids and a final incentive: prizes for the best works. Some […]

A Pair of Norfolk Writers Speak at ‘Weekend in Norfolk’ Fest

Novelist Courtney Maum and poet Susannah Lawrence Wood will read from their works at the library on Sunday, August 7, during Weekend in Norfolk. Norfolk Now, the town’s monthly paper, is presenting the event. Courtney Maum’s first novel “I Am Having So Much Fun Here Without You,” was rated a book of the year by […]

Stoeckel Mansion to Open for Events During Weekend in Norfolk

Two special events planned for Weekend in Norfolk will open the doors of Whitehouse, one of Norfolk’s most imposing mansions, to the public. On Saturday, Robin Jaffee Frank of the Wadsworth Atheneum will speak at Whitehouse on Nurture and Nature: 19th-Century American art. Tickets, available through the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival box office, include refreshments, […]

Wooden Canoes Thrive in South Norfolk

Thomson Canoe Works Still Builds Canoes by Hand By Ruth Melville A summer job at a canoeing camp led Norfolk resident Schuyler Thomson to an unanticipated profession, and he has now been building and repairing handmade wooden canoes for over 30 years. Thomson, who grew up in Woodbury, Conn., graduated from the University of Connecticut […]