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Monthly Archive for August, 2011

: August, 2011

Darien Will Pull Together!

Well, we just got internet back in the office at noon today.  (House still has none.) Best Wishes and Positive vibes out to everyone struggling to recuperate from Irene.  Hope everyone can rally

More Darien Summer Nights Concerts!

I’m going to be at Grove Street Plaza for the next FOUR Friday Night Concerts!

Picnic Month Fun

August is National Picnic Month—so take advantage of dwindling summer days and pack up a Picnic.  The destination could be Pear Tree Beach, (remember Weed Beach is closed for renovation) or with the

Darien Welcomes Spree!!!

Darien Shoppers Like Tax Free Week

Beginning yesterday, Connecticut shoppers  have one week to buy items of clothing and footwear costing under $300 without paying Connecticut sales tax.  This year, the tax free week will run from

Making Darien~A More Positive Place to Work & Play

Don’t care what you earn, where you live, what you drive, whether you’re gay or straight, fat or thin, tall or short, beautiful or average, rich or poor, smart or not, sick or healthy, what clothes

Darien Biz Gets Done with Fun

The Chambers of Commerce of Darien, Norwalk, Stamford, Westport & Wilton Proudly present the 2011 SUMMER SOCIAL Thursday, August 25, 2011 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. $45 (includes one drink)     Reservations

Darien Chamber Donation

Fuji of Japan did a FAB Sake Tasting Dinner w/ 8 flights of Sake & 8 food courses; Salmon Sashimi, Yellowtail Sushi, Pink Panther Roll, Shirakabe-Gura Tokubestu Junmai–& that is just a start.

Dining in Darien & Donate Blood

I need to dash home and let the dog out—so I can get to the Sake Tasting & Dinner by 5:30pm at Fuji of Japan There might be 2 chairs still open, so phone them if you’re interested. 203-655-4995

Support Darien Hometown Businesses

“Economists at Penn State’s College of Agriculture Sciences have suggested that it is better to think small and local, rather than big and global, when it comes to long-term economic growth. Studies