Living Well in Litchfield County, Connecticut

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Faces, places, treasures, and trends that caught our attention



As the days grow longer, the air warmer, and the tulips begin to bud, we're getting spring fever! Here are some fun things we can't wait to do in Litchfield County this spring. 
Volunteering, done right, does a world of good. Obviously, it helps the people or organizations served, but research shows it benefits the wellbeing of those doing the work, too.
The Rafa Nadal Academy has a successful record of producing some of the world’s most talented junior tennis players at its academy in Mallorca, Spain.
Interested in the performing arts? Under the direction of Michael Kevin Baldwin, The Sharon Playhouse is offering wonderful educational programming this spring.
An Ordinary Guy Rises to the Occasion 
Eliot Johnson is an award-winning builder who appreciates preserving his family’s farm.
John Gruen
A Historic Litchfield Home Gets a Brooklyn Style Whiskey-Infused Makeover
‘COVID newbies’ Find Their Way in Litchfield County
Using Genomics to Optimize Health and Prevent Illness 
Lindsey Victoria Photography
 Kent’s Fife ‘n Drum is 50 Years Strong
Ripley Waterfowl Conservancy
Now through May 5, experienced aviculturists will offer private guided tours of their diverse collection of waterfowl.
Courtesy of the Northwest Conservation District
The CT Farm Energy Workshop is part of a larger Climate Smart Ag event, made possible by the collective efforts of the Northwest Conservation District (NWCD), the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, and Berkshire Agriculture Ventures.
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