Dennis Golden, a member of Trinity Church, will share his multiple encounters and wins with cancer along with the experiences of hundreds of men he has met over the past 6 years.
The Tariffville Village Association, in conjunction with Trinity Church and the Simsbury/Tariffville Farmers’ Market are sponsoring a town-wide event on Sunday, September 23, on the Tariffville Green.
The event brings together a large variety of local artists, vendors, and merchants who will showcase their wares, among them handmade wool yarn, blankets, wreaths, stained glass, jewelry, wooden crafts, and more. In addition, music from a live band and a DJ will liven the event; Dancers will also be featured. Activities for children will include a bounce house, face painting, and games.
The Farmers’ Market will feature a variety of fresh, local produce, duck and chicken eggs, and seasonal fruits. Shop in peace and quiet, as the market opens at 11:00, two hours prior to the start of the other events.
Beginning at 1:00, the other events will begin to energize the community and will last until 5:00.
Sample food from the Taste of Tariffville, featuring local restaurants: Present Company, Marco’s, Cracker Barrel Pub, and Amazing Ackee Jamaican food. Stands selling drinks, and an ice cream truck will round out the menu.
Enjoy getting to know your neighbors and local friends in fun, festive, family atmosphere!
Popular area band, The Daily Planet, will be the headline musical act at the Tariffville Fall Festival on Sunday, September 23, 2018.
In the late 1970’s, and early 1980’s, The Daily Planet was one of the most popular bands in the Hartford area. The Russian Lady, Mad Murphy’s, 36 Lewis Street, The Rocking Horse, and Sean Patrick’s were all frequent downtown venues where the band performed. The Daily Planet played hundreds of times in Hartford alone.
Part of the reason for the band’s success was the unique mix of sixties and seventies songs that were performed. Unlike many other bands, you might hear a Motown song, followed by The Byrds , Blondie, NRBQ, or Tom Petty - all put together in a highly danceable, energetic set. The band broke up in the mid 1980’s.
The most popular lineup of the band featuring Linda Ripley (vocals), Marshall Grossman (drums, vocals), Ray Williard (bass, vocals, who also plays and sings with the contemporary music group at Trinity Church Tariffville), Paul Kriksciun (guitar), and Dennis Udice (guitar, vocals) is back and will be performing at the Tariffville Fall Festival.
Come enjoy this energetic mix of music at the Tariffville Fall Festival on Sunday, September 23, 2018.
The Daily Planet is available for select bookings.
Contact: Dennis Udice (860) 798-4264, firstname.lastname@example.org
Get ready for fall fun this Sunday in the quaint village of Tariffville, sponsored by three local organizations.
Trinity Episcopal Church of Tariffville, the Tariffville Village Association, and the Tariffville Farmer's Market - Simsbury have joined forces to present a fun event for all ages on Sunday, September 23rd.
The Tariffville Fall Festival will include free activities for kids, a "Taste of Tariffville," featuring food from Tariffville's three local restaurants, local produce and goods from the farmer's market, and live music provided by the band, The Daily Planet, a DJ, and more!
Terpsichore Dance and Theatre will be performing and FREE games and activities for kids will be happening throughout the event, including a bounce house, face painting, and classic games like tug of war, potato sack races, and more.
The event is free and open to the public. Come on down and enjoy a fall afternoon of fun in Tariffville on Sunday, September 23, 2018!
Sept 9th join us as we welcome everyone back with a Backpack Blessing. this is a chance to invite friends, family, neighbors, and anyone who carries a bag, to come have it blessed for the new school year. Blessing will be in place of the Children's Message at the beginning of the 9:45 service.
Labor Day, Monday, September 3, 2018
And, see the link below for additional info and pictures of Burr Pond State Park:
Mel and Tara Smith would like to invite all of Trinity's families from Sunday school up through young adult to come for an afternoon BBQ at their house on Sunday August 12th from 4-8 pm. RSVP to Manda at 860-836-6129 by August 10th. And if you are interested in bringing an Appetizer or Drink let Manda know as well! Hope to see you all there
Going to be traveling this summer and be away from Church?
Looking for a fun activity for the kids during summer break?
Pick up your Summer Family Faith Box in the Narthex!
The activities in the box provide ways for your family to bring faith
to life this Summer. Just as in church on Sunday our goal is to
provide you an opportunity for:
Fellowship : Conversation Cards, Family Vacation Devotional
Hear God ' s Word : Memory Verses, Coloring Pages
Pray : Prayer Calendar, Skittles Prayer
Give Thanks : Gratitude Flower
Serve Others : Shop & Fill your Operation Christmas Child box
Worship in the Park is an annual tradition here at Trinity. This year Bishop Dogo, from the Diocese of Kafanchan, Nigeria, is going to be preaching during this outdoor service. Bring a chair or a blanket for the service and a picnic lunch plus something to share for a community lunch after!
Lucian, our resident "Plantsman" has divided up some of our white tipped Hostas and is looking to sell them to help raise funds for Landscaping at Trinity. Each plant is $10. Many of them can be found on the back steps, past the Memorial Garden, between the church and the Fire Station.