The daily five items that Rocky Hill residents need to know for Tuesday, July 17.
What's the Weather?
The National Weather Service predicts a mostly, sunny day with a high near 98 and low around 73. Patchy fog is expected before 7 a.m.
Rocky Hill Starts Facebook Page
The town staff started a Facebook page for Rocky Hill in the middle of May so residents could know the happenings of the municipality.
"The Town has decided to create a page with the growth of social media and to reach out to its residents," said Jessica M. Dumas from the Town Manager's Office, who started the page, in an email Monday.
The Facebook was started on May 16 and has seven followers as of 11 p.m. on Monday. Town events, construction information and possibly, meeting agendas will be posted on the page.
To follow the town on Facebook, click the following link.
Bounce For Ice Cream
is hosting at its facility Tuesday evening in celebration of the dessert's national holiday.
Each person who comes to 712 Brook St. from 5 to 6:30 p.m. will receive a free ice cream because it is National Ice Cream Day.
The price of admission is $10.95 per child, however adults are free when accompanied by a child.
For more information, visit BounceU's website or call 860-529-6500.
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Summer Reading Series Continues Tonight
The will show residents how "flowers can brighten the night landscape" Tuesday night.
Master Gardener Linda Olsen will host an event titled "White Garden/Night Garden" on July 17 at 6:30 p.m. at the library.
The runs from June 18 to Aug. 31 and each event focuses on night time activities in some way, which is in tune with the national theme of “Light up the Night."
For more information or to register, visit the library's website or call 860-258-7623.
Chamber Event Records Record Turnout
On Friday, the enjoyed its "," according to an email from Chamber of Commerce Monday afternoon.
Local business owners and Chamber of Commerce members of every month at a local business to network, eat breakfast and discuss topics affecting small businesses. The breakfast is known by chamber members as the "Gathering Place."
The event was held at the on July 13 and was attended by 24 people including town officials, chamber of commerce board members and small business owners. The next Gathering Place is scheduled for Aug. 10, however, the location has not been determined at this time.