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Ongoing Norwich Events
First Friday- Arts Night
Downtown Norwich comes alive with arts and entertainment. Enjoy gallery openings and other special activities throughout the downtown district. Contact the Norwich Arts Council 860-887-2789
Second Saturday – Norwich Community Cinema
Enjoy community cinema at its best – thought provoking, entertaining and informative films shown at the Donald Oat Theater, 60 Broadway, Norwich. For more information, go to www.norwichcinema.org.
Fourth Friday-Norwich Community Cinema
Discover foreign films from around the globe; develop a whole new perspective from a different vantage point. The Foreign Film series is held at the Sidney Frank Center at Norwich Free Academy. For more information, go to www.norwichcinema.org
Saturdays-Leffingwell House Museum
Join the Society of the Founders on Saturdays, April through October, for interesting – and historic – activities and programs. For a full schedule, please call Beryl Fishbone at 860-887-9000.
The Norwich youth action council is hosting a flocking flamingo event whose proceeds will go to programs for needy Norwich youth. Submit your name and these flamingos will migrate to your lawn. For a small fee of $35 the flamingos will be shooed onto the next person. For more info call 860-823-3782.
2012 Community Calendar
The Plainfield Historical Society will hold a regular meeting on Nov. 28 at 7PM at the Plainfield Resource Center, 482 Norwich Rd., Plainfield. After a short business meeting Ms. Sally Whipple will speak on “Tales from Connecticut’s Old State house. Refreshments & companionship directly after the meeting.
On November 30th, WCTY and the R.I. Blood Center will hold a bone marrow donor drive at the Holiday Inn in Norwich, CT from 6AM to 6PM. The drive is looking for reasonably healthy 18-44 year olds willing to fill out some paperwork and get a cheek swab. At any given time in the United States, there are over 10,000 people waiting for a bone marrow transplant and sadly, over 3,000 people die waiting for one. There are two procedures to collect the material, and both are covered by insurance. For more information, contact the R.I. Blood Center http://www.ribc.org/full/inner/marrowProgram.shtml