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INSIDE: Local Advertisers…Downtown Putnam Events including: The Fire & Ice Festival & The O’Putnam 5K...

Taylor Brooke Winery & Brewery...From opening day in July of 2019, the gleaming 4,500 square foot building, which houses the brew-pub as well as the manufacturing vats, is welcoming visitors from the Quiet Corner and beyond...

The Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts (in nearby Storrs) is now deep into its 2019-2020 season, presenting a rich line-up of touring productions. The season reflects the diversity and styles of performance on the tour circuit: circus arts, dance, comedy, and shows for kids are offered along with chamber music, jazz, and symphony orchestras that have a long history.

Discover well being and self healing through Áyurveda... “Áyurveda is a system of medicine that originated in India thousands of years ago. It is a sister science to yoga,” explains practitioner Brianne Beauregard...

...also and featured in this issue is StoneHurst at Hampton Valley...the latest destination wedding venue in Connecticut’s Quiet Corner. Brides- and grooms-to-be have been flocking to this beautiful region in southern New England for years, seeking pastoral settings easily reached from major metropolitan areas. Now they have an option for a trendy barn wedding with all the country bells and whistles but none of the sometimes uncomfortable and inconvenient aspects of “rustic.”

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