Thursday, March 30, 2017

Some Upcoming Local Events







Spring Tag Sale-9am-4pm-Lourdes in Litchfield

Tai Chi-12:30-1:30pm-Litchfield Community Center

 

Spring Tag Sale-9am-4pm-Lourdes in Litchfield
Veteran of the Month Ceremony-10am-Bantam Borough Hall
CT DEEP CARE Fresh Water Fishing Class-10am-3pm-WMCC
Art Opening: Avian Photography, Nick Hawvermale-4-5pm-WMCC
 
Spring Tag Sale-9am-4pm-Lourdes in Litchfield
Lenten Sacred Choral Music and Readings-4pm-St. Michael’s
 
Live Well Workshop-12:30-3pm-Litchfield Community Center
 
VNA Northwest Blood Pressure Check-11:45am-Warren Town Hall
Book Discussion: 14th Amendment-5:30-6:30pm-Litch. Hist. Mus.
Ecumenical Lenten Soup Supper-6-8pm-St. Paul's, Bantam
 
Young Historians Book Club-3:30-5pm-Litchfield Hist. Soc.
 
Goshen Garden Club Luncheon-12pm-Goshen Church of Christ
Women's Forum: An Artist's Story-2:30pm-Litchfield CC
Thru Hiking the Appalachian Trail-7-8pm-Oliver Wolcott Library
 

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Northwest Conservation District Plant Sale

Pre-order by April 7th

NOW OPEN to order onlineOrder Deadline is April 7, 2017.See you at the Goshen Fairgrounds! 
 
Go to the web site for an order form
 

 

Pick up Information

Pick-up hours are:
Friday, April 21: 9am - 6pm
Saturday, April 22: 9am - 4pm
Sunday, April 23: 10am - 3pm
Pick up your order at Goshen Fairgrounds, 116 Old Middle Street, Goshen, CT.

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Goshen Players Upcoming Schedule

First Date

book by Austin Winsberg and music and lyrics by Alan Zachary and Michael Weiner


March 31 - April 9, 2017
March 31, April 1, 7, & 8, 2017 at 8:00 PM
April 2 & 9, 2017 at 3:00 PM

Aaron is a "blind date virgin," while Casey has been on more than her fair share. When the two are set up by a mutual friend, sparks fly—or do they? The night unfolds over the course of this couple's hilarious first date, and it's not without its share of surprises in the form of imaginary visits from Aaron's ex-girlfriend, Casey's uptight sister, the pair's protective parents and even their future son! Google background checks, awkward pauses and bailouts are all there during this unforgettable first encounter between two romantics, who just might be perfect for each other. Or not.


www.goshenplayers.org for tickets and more

This Weeks Cleaning Tip

u have an abundance of stainless steel appliances in your home, you know that it can get streaky, cloudy, and fingerprint-y very easily. While stainless is less prone to corrosion than other materials (and super trendy), it does take a bit of effort to keep it looking handsome.

Here's what you need to know about cleaning and maintaining your beloved stainless steel surfaces.

1. Always wipe in the direction of the grain.


Stainless steel has a wood-like grain to it. Look closely at your appliance or countertop and you'll see some faint lines running along the finish. See them? That's the direction you'll want to follow. If you don't, it'll be a lot easier for dirt and cleaning chemicals to build up within the tiny cracks of the grain over time, decreasing the shine and overall beauty of the material. And you don't want that!

2. You can avoid scratches by using a microfiber cloth.


Stainless surfaces can become scratched and then they're less pretty. Wipe them down with microfiber cloths, which have short, fine fibers and won't mess up the finish. You may be tempted to use a paper towel. Don't! A microfiber cloth is softer and always the way to go here.

Related: The One Cleaning Tool You Really Need in Your Kitchen

3. Cleaning stainless steel is really a two-step process.

From Apartment Therapy

We hate telling you that you have to clean anything twice, but you really do have to wipe down your stainless steel two times in a row if you're doing a deep clean — once with vinegar to remove dirt, and then with mineral or olive oil to add shine. First, spray vinegar directly onto the appliance, then wipe it off using a microfiber cloth in the direction of the grain. Next, polish the surface with a few drops of oil on a second cloth, again in the direction of the grain.

Do this once a week or whenever you start to notice a lot of water marks, streaks, fingerprints, or general flatness in the finish.

Related: How To Clean Stainless Steel Appliances with Vinegar and Oil

4. Daily maintenance is a lot easier.


For regular, daily cleaning, simply use water and soap (or dish detergent) along with a microfiber cloth. Be sure to dry the area — with a second cloth — after wiping to avoid water spots and the minor corrosive effects of the minerals in the water.

5. You don't really need to buy a special cleaner.


Between the soap-and-water combo and the vinegar-and-oil wipes, you don't really need much more than that. The only reason you might want to consider getting a special stainless steel cleaner or polish? If you start to notice any small scratches.