If This Month Is So Short Why Does It Seem So Long?

Maybe we're not having enough fun yet. Here is a list of upcoming events from the Madison Chamber of Commerce. Check it out to see if you can add a dash of fun to your weekends. Start with tavern night Saturday night at the Deacon John Grave House!


This information is provided by the Chamber of Commerce: 

Why does it seem as though the shortest month of the year is the longest? 

Take heart: March is right around the corner, and daylight saving tie begins on March 10!  

The Madison Town Guide is out!

Check out the "Go-To" reference for Madison, which was included with all copies of this week's Source.  The Chamber office has several thousand extras, so please call or stop by (12 School Street, Madison) if you'd like pick up some more.   

The Deacon John Grave House will hold its Winter Tavern Night on Saturday, Feb. 23 from 7 to 11 p.m. The featured fare will be an array of different chowders and side dishes, some of which will be served from the hearth. All of the food will be prepared by members of the Board of Directors. Admission to the event includes the specially prepared food along with beer and wine and the famous "Grave Digger" cocktail. The ever-popular shoreline singing duo Rick & Jim will perform a mix of old and new songs to keep things humming, including a rousing sing-along or two.

Admission is $20 for members of the Deacon John Grave Foundation, $25 for non-members. The Deacon John Grave House is located at 581 Boston Post Road in Madison. For more information, please call 203-245-4798.

Stop by the Charlotte Evarts Memorial Archives (aka CLEMA) this Sunday, February 24 between 1 and 4pm for their Open House, celebrating a wonderful new book entitled "Postcards from Madison, Connecticut"by local author Bob Gerard, which is available to purchase for $20.  This free event will also showcase CLEMA's latest exhibit, The Business of Change, which features more than 125 photos, along with postcards, advertisements, and written memories of Madison businesses along Boston Post Road.  The exhibit covers the time period of approximately 1940 through 2013. CLEMA invites all to the book launch, to its latest exhibit, and to the archives itself.  CLEMA is located in the lower level of Memorial Hall on the Town Green. 


This Monday evening, February 25 at 6pm in the Arts Barn of the Town Campus is the kick-off of MADE Stronger - the 2013 Health and Wellness challenge.  Click here for more information. 


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