Our Kindness Mural will be officially unveiled on Sunday, June 10 at 1:00pm! Please join us in our ceremony, which will include music by the Ridgefield Chorale, remarks by First Selectman Rudy Marconi and others, and the official unveiling of our Kindness Mural.
Please see the attached flyer for Narcan Training:
Training will include:
• Overdose Prevention Strategies
• Signs and Symptoms of Overdose
• How to Administer Naloxone
• Good Samaritan Law
• Support Information and Resources
Registration is required.
Narcan kits are available to those who are uninsured. Please bring your insurance & prescription card for the mobile pharmacist Ed Karvosky, R.P.H. Bissell Pharmacy.
Please RSVP Alexandra Salame by 6/27
The Ridgefield Youth Commission is pleased to unveil its Kindness Mural on June 10.
The RYC has been working for a year to create this mural for the Ridgefield community. The abstract mural serves as a visible reminder for inclusiveness and kindness here in town. Joanne and Bruce Hunter, who own the Art Spot in Danbury, were commissioned for the project. They worked with dozens of members of the Ridgefield community in March to create the mural.
The event on June 10 will begin at 1:00pm. The Ridgefield Chorale will perform, as well as other musical performances, and speakers will include: Scotts Ridge Middle School principal, Tim Salem; Boys and Girls Club of Ridgefield Executive Director, Mike Flynn; Jason Cianciotto, Executive Director of The Tyler Clementi Foundation.
Please contact RYC Chairperson, Denise Qualey, for more information (email@example.com).
Please see the attached flyer for this presentation by Lenore Skenazy. This talk is sponsored by the Wilton Youth Council’s Free Play Matters Task Force, and it will be held at the Wilton Library on Monday, April 30 from 10:00-11:30am.