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  • Working Women’s Forum To Begin New Season With Blogger Susan Jensen Smith

    The Working Women’s Forum (WWF), an association of local professionals and entrepreneurs will feature a program on “Blogging 101 and Beyond” by Susan Jensen Smith, during its first meeting of the 2013-14 season on September 11. Ms Smith is the founder and editor of YourHomeOnlyBetter.com. She also writes for HomeGoods.com and MyHomeScience.com, as well as blogging at SusanJensenSmith.com. She is enthusiastic, she says, about helping others find their voice to engage with their target audience.

  • Sandy Hook CrossFit Planning Grand Opening Benefit

    CrossFit Hook’d (CFHD) opened its doors last month and has set its Grand Opening/Charity Fundraiser for Sunday, September 29, from 9 am to 1 pm. The grand opening will be held at the gym, at 7 Turnberry Lane in Sandy Hook. The day will offer an opportunity to meet the coaches and owners, learn more about the facility, and support CFHD’s first of many planned charitable events, Barbells for Boobs.

  • Networking, Talk On Tap With NFP

    The Northern Fairfield Professionals, a networking group focusing on businesspeople in transition, will meet Tuesday, September 10, from 5:30 to 8 pm, at the Knights of Columbus building. Business people and local professionals are invited for networking, followed by a presentation at 6 pm by Don E. Smith, on “Just Start Speaking: Job Seekers.”

  • Esty To Hold Small Business Affordable Care Act Workshop, Tuesday In Danbury

    Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty will be holding a second constituent service workshop to inform small businesses about the benefits the Affordable Care Act offers them and their employees on Tuesday evening. Representatives from Access Health CT, the US Department of Labor, and the US Small Business Administration along with Congresswoman Esty and members of her staff will be available to answer questions and provide information to help small business owners purchase affordable health insurance.

  • Business Buzz: Pawtown Dog Walking & Pet Sitting Service

    Susan Hurtuk's service business, Pawtown offers complete pet care, including daily dog walks, pet sitting visits or overnight pet and house sitting, pet fitness activities, and pet transport.

  • Business Networking And Talk On Social Media

    The Northern Fairfield Professionals, a networking group focusing on people in transition, will meet Tuesday, August 13, from 5:30 to 8 pm, at the Knights of Columbus building, on the campus of St Rose of Lima in Newtown. Attendance to NFP meetings is free. Professionals and businesspeople are invited to attend for networking, followed by a presentation at 6 pm by Liz Meyer on "Leveraging Social Media and Personal Branding in The Job Search."

  • EDC Offering Emergency Preparedness Seminar, August 13

    Are you prepared for the next storm or potential emergency? The Newtown Economic Development Commission (EDC) will offer “Community Preparedness: Small Businesses and Families Leading the Way by Preparing Themselves,” a free seminar, on Tuesday, August 13. Attendees will learn how to prepare and protect themselves and their businesses in case of an emergency.

  • Deadline Approaching For CT PNP Organizations To Apply For SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans

    The US Small Business Administration reminds Private Non-Profit Organizations (PNPs) in Connecticut that August 23, 2013 is the deadline to submit Economic Injury Disaster Loan applications. Loans are available from the SBA for damages caused by Hurricane Sandy between October 27 and November 8, 2012. PNPs located in the seven Connecticut counties, including Fairfield County, that provide non-critical services, are eligible to apply. The SBA offers Economic Injury Disaster Loans to help meet working capital needs such as ongoing operating expenses for eligible non-critical PNP organizations. This assistance is available regardless of whether an organization suffered any physical property damage.

  • Business Buzz: Ronnie's II

    Ron Provenzano, proprietor of the hair salon Ronnie’s II, which opened in April, in Sandy Hook Center, is pleased to return to the town where his grandfather operated the Sandy Hook Barbershop, later owned by his uncle John Provenzano.            

  • Redesigned Fusion 25 Sizzles With Sushi, Hibachi, Popular Favorites, Half-Price Happy Hour

    Fusion 25's interesting color and interior design schemes compliment the meticulously constructed appetisers, salads and martinis, as well as the signature rolls, house specialties, desserts and other menu fare that may change daily or weekly depending on the availability of the freshest ingredients at market. All the dishes at Fusion 25 are desihned and tested under the watchful eye of head chef Jimmy Zhen.