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A Little Knight Music

October 20, 2014
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A Little Knight Music

Southington High School hosted the 22nd annual Music of the Knight on Saturday evening.  Seventeen High School Bands from across Connecticut , Massachusetts and New York competed in this year in this US Band competition.  Fontana Field was filled with family, friends, and extraordinary music and dance.  The evening included recognition of all Southington High School Senior Band…

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Harvest the Arts and craft show wrap up the festival.

October 13, 2014
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Harvest the Arts and craft show wrap up the festival.

This past weekend wrapped up another Apple Harvest Festival.  Many came out to celebrate the arts and shop around at the craft show.  The festival was delayed a bit on Saturday due to the weather, however when the clouds past, the festival continued through Sunday. Photos by:  Tammi Naudus

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A Deep Seeded Tradition

October 7, 2014
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AHF (Friday night)-rides (3)

Southington celebrates the 46th annual Apple Harvest Festival once again.  The festivities started last Friday with opening ceremonies.  People enjoyed music, dancing, food, amusement park, and various vendor booths.  The festival was canceled on Saturday due to the rain.  Sunday the town celebrated with the annual parade.    The festival will carry on this weekend with the addition of  the Harvest The Arts festivities. …

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Southington Remembers

September 11, 2014
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Southington Remembers

     Town officials, firefighters, and townspeople gathered for a memorial service commemorating the 13th anniversary of the September 11th tragedy.  The ceremony took place in Plantsville at the corner of Main Street and Summer Street at the 911 memorials along the Rails to Trails.  Photos by:  Tammi Naudus  

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A Class Act

June 20, 2014
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A Class Act

     Southington High School seniors celebrated their graduation exercises last night, June 19, 2014.   The ceremony took place on the high school football field.  Parents, relatives, and friends cheered from the stands.  Southington students have officially begun their summer break!  (Photos by:  Tammi Naudus)        

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Take the Sloper Plunge!

January 20, 2014
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Take the Sloper Plunge!

The annual Polar Plunge took place on Saturday.  Many organizations from around town got together to raise funds for Camp Sloper campers in exchange for an icy dip in the lake.  Photos by:  Tammi Naudus

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Back in the Day

November 26, 2013
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Back in the Day

First Congregational Church held an old fashion Thanksgiving service on Sunday morning.  Leaders of the church, as well as some congregation members, dressed in period costumes from the days of our early settlers.  The service was conducted in the tradition of their early ancestors. Photos by:  Tammi Naudus        

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The Best Wings in Town

November 25, 2013
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The Best Wings in Town

      The Groggy Frog takes first place for best overall and hottest wings  in this year’s annual Southington Wing Fest, hosted my the Chamber of Commerce.  Area restaurants gathered at the Cadillac Ranch to serve up their best wing recipes.  Catagories included, most original, hottest, and best overall.  Photos by:  Tammi Naudus      

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The Big Apple

October 7, 2013
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The Big Apple

Southington kicked off their 45th Annual Apple Harvest Festival on Friday, October 4th.   The town was filled with vendors selling their merchandise as well as a variety of foods.  Families and friends enjoyed rides and games at  the carnival.  Contests were also held for apple pie and fritter eating.  The festival also heard from our Connecticut ICON contestants.  On Sunday, a parade was held.    The festival…

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That’s Italian!

July 29, 2013
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That’s Italian!

Southington celebrated it’s annual Italian American Festival this past weekend.  The festival welcomed performers, a wine tasting, vendors, and food celebrating the Italian heritage.  People flocked Center Street to enjoy time with family, friends, and the community.  Photos by: Tammi Naudus    

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