Black Rock Train Station or Fairfield Metro Center or ?

Many of us have been calling the upcoming train station, the Black Rock Train Station, for years now, but the Town of Fairfield  and the State of Connecticut have decided to name the station the Fairfield Metro Station.  They have created a survey on the Fairfield town website to obtain input from the public.  The name of the train station is very important to those of us who live or own businesses in Black Rock as it promotes our community.  Ken

Have You Seen Mosby?

Mosby is lost, cold, and frightened.  Mosby is a 6 year old neutered male dark grey Manx cat. No Tail!  He is friendly and not not equipped to being outside. He knows his name. Any information can be sent to his owner, Maryann's cell phone. 203-858-4443

Hoping someone kind has taken him in.  His brother misses him terribly. 

Thank you so much for your help.

An Evening in the Italian Regions at The Dish

 

The Dish Supper Club at 2889 Fairfield Avenue in the Black Rock section of Bridgeport will be the host site for a series of ethnic and regional dinners created by guest chefs who specialize in the cuisine. Next Friday, December 17, 2010 will feature "An Evening in the Italian Regions of Umbria, the Marches, and Tuscany" with guest chef, Robert Pinciaro.

St. Mark's Property - Forum at Black Rock Library

The Founding Director of the Great Beginnings Montessori School is considering relocating the school from Fairfield to the Saint Mark’s site.

John Marshall Lee was asked to assist in setting up informal meetings to introduce the Montessori School to neighbors, to share plans, and answer questions as a part of their due diligence before a final offer is made. People are invited to attend one of these two brief, informal sessions.

St. Mark's Property - Community Forum

The Founding Director of the Great Beginnings Montessori School is considering relocating the school from Fairfield to the Saint Mark’s site.

John Marshall Lee was asked to assist in setting up informal meetings to introduce the Montessori School to neighbors, to share plans, and answer questions as a part of their due diligence before a final offer is made.  People are invited to attend one of these two brief, informal sessions. 

This Weekend in Black Rock - December 16-19

ACOUSTIC CAFE, 2926 Fairfield Ave., 203-335- FOLK: Strawberry Brown, Thursday; King for a Day, Friday; The Colin Brown Band, Saturday; Open Mic, Tuesday 8 p. m.; Renard Bois­siere, Wednesday.

ASH CREEK SALOON, 2895 Fairfield Ave., 203-333-2733: Joe Kiernan, Thursday, 8: 30 p. m.

Gallery at Black Rock Jewelry Event

          This Saturday December 11th
From 1pm until 3:30 pm
The Gallery at Black Rock
2861 Fairfield Avenue
Bridgeport CT 06605
203.814.6856
www.thegalleryatblackrock.com

This Weekend in Black Rock December 2-5

                             ACOUSTIC CAFE, 2926 Fairfield Ave., 203-335-FOLK: Hoe, Thursday; Hearts on Fire tour with Micah, John Torres, Friday; True CT Hip-Hop with Blacastan, Asylum, Lifetime, Bannah, Saturday; Open Mic, Tuesday 8 p.m.; Caitlin Krisco and the Broadcast, Pat Lattin, Wednesday.

ASH CREEK SALOON, 2895 Fairfield Ave., 203-333-2733: Joe Kiernan, Thursday, 8:30 p.m.

Framemakers Presents Jill Nichol's Art

Framemakers Picture Framing & Art Gallery

3142 Fairfield Ave., Black Rock

Presents

Jill Harrington Nichols' paintings

on Friday December 3rd

5:30 to 8:00 pm

Black Rock Library Meet the Author Series

first thingOn Tuesday, December 7th at 6:30 PM at the Black Rock Branch Library Allan G. Johnson will read from his new novel, The First Thing and the Last, which tells the story of one woman’s recovery in the aftermath of domestic violence. The author will also discuss the seven year journey to find a publisher willing to print a realistic portrayal of domestic violence.

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