Living Well in Litchfield County, Connecticut

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Supporting our Local Non-Profits Especially During the Holiday Season
A historic Colonial Gets Dressed Up for the Holidays 
Goods and services for spreading joy to you and yours this season
Photo by Jim Henkens
Gingerbread House Workshop at The Silo in New Milford
Regional Hospice Offers Personalized Care at New Milford Hospital
Featured Eats
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Excellent Indian Food at New Milford’s Tandoori Flames
American Food with an Asian Twist
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Kent was filled with holiday shopping and good cheer this weekend. Saturday was the last of the flower market events until next spring.  Guests gathered to create their own special holiday arrangement and to purchase beautiful wreaths.  #holidays #connecticut #nwct #litchfieldcounty #xmaswreaths #christmaswreath #smallbusinesssaturday #shoplocal
Looking for childrens gifts? Nordica Toys @nordica_toys in New Milford has everything from games to toys to books to puzzles to dolls—and more!

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Today we stopped by The Gift Shop @thegiftshopofnewmilford in New Milford. We found the cutest items for hostess gifts, holiday gifts, or just because you feel like it! 

Be sure to check our page often for more ideas soon!

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Of all the countless Christmas traditions, few are as family-interactive, creative, aromatic, and tasty as making your own gingerbread houses.

This Thanksgiving weekend at The Silo @thesiloct at Hunt Hill Farm in New Milford, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, you can sign up for a class with local legend Nancy Stuart, head of The Silo Cooking School, and decorate a pre-constructed gingerbread house with “a crazy assortment of tons of candy” and vanilla icing, Stuart says. Walk into the warm, rustic, creaky barn with a 22-foot-tall Christmas tree, and your senses are infused with the spirit of the season.

“Even though I make the houses ahead of time, I make sure to have fresh sheets of gingerbread cooking in the oven when people show up, so they get the full aroma,” Stuart says. “Then, they can cut out gingerbread people or make additions to their house with it.”

The gingerbread classes are scheduled for Thanksgiving weekend, November 25, 26 and 27, from 1 to 4 pm. Children and adults are welcome. It is suggested that guests team up in two’s, rather than have large groups working on one house. The cost is $100 per house.

Full story - link in bio ‘On Our Radar’ 
By Elizabeth Maker
Photographer: Jim Henkens

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