Sure, Santa loves cookies and milk. But truth be told, he also has a big appetite for pizza. Which is a good thing, because on Dec. 9, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., the Washington Volunteer Fire Department holds its 15th annual “Slices with Santa” event.
The event is a fundraiser for the Washington Community Fund, which supports Washington families and individuals who face unforeseen emergencies and who require assistance with paying heating and utility bills, rent or mortgage payments, food, clothing, and medical bills. To date, the event has given $216,000 to the fund.
By @wendycarlson 📸 Philip Dutton @wrightelectricalcompany @washingtonvfd
Celebrate the magic of the holidays at the Wadsworth`s 21+ Holiday Social. Preview the Festival of Trees & Traditions and eat, drink, and be merry in your favorite holiday sweater! Wednesday, November 29, 6–9pm. Learn more and purchase tickets at thewadsworth.org/winter. @thewadsworth #holidaysweater #holidays #hartford
Scenes from Happening in the Hills’ recent client appreciation party at @southfarms. “Litchfield and Millbrook Magazine are all about supporting the people and businesses in our communities. We are so very grateful for all of our clients and readers. Thank you for allowing us to share the magic that we find every day in our beautiful corner of the world,” shares publisher and editor-in-chief, Mary Beth Lawlor. #regionalmagazine #publisher #editor #teamwork #gratitude #litchfieldcounty #dutchesscounty @millbrookmagazine @whatshappening_podcast
Thank you to @pointysnout @litchfielddistillery @southfarms @ruthchaseflowers
@workstead is a multidisciplinary studio celebrated by the AD100 as a global leader in design. From their Brooklyn office, more than 15 professionals create one-of-a-kind buildings and interiors that are comprehensive in vision and exacting in detail. Their Salisbury-based lighting studio is trusted by consumers and designers as a source of evocative luminaires, crafted in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia. Both of Workstead’s design practices are dedicated to breaking new creative ground with meticulous execution. Robert Highsmith, co-founder of Workstead, shares about his rather new life in Litchfield County.
Full Story - Link in bio ‘On Our Radar’ 📸 courtesy of @workstead
This is a love story—about home furnishings. The story begins with a courtship gift that grew into a business. The business threatened to break this couple apart (every good love story needs a crisis), but ultimately brought them closer together.
Stacy Kunstel had grown up in Kansas, but moved east to pursue a career as a writer and stylist for magazines. She traveled across America shooting interiors; one of her favorite photographers was Michael Partenio, a native of Danbury.
Full story - link in bio ‘On Our Radar’ By @cindyinsharon 📸 @davemcphoto