What's the Weather?
The National Weather Service predicts a partly cloudy day with calm winds. The high for day will be near 76 and a low around 59.
Local seniors are being asked to make reservations for an upcoming series that will help them shake their groove thing.
The is offering a class for older Rocky Hill residents called "Senior Matinees." The senior dance class will start on June 25 and will be offered Mondays at 2 p.m. The fee for the class will be $5, however, the first private lesson is free.
Tea and refreshments will be offered.
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For more information about program, call 860-529-2888 or 860-967-1649 or visit the club's website.
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Cyclocross is Coming Back to Rocky Hill
For the fourth year in a row, has returned to on Tuesday nights this summer.
The bicycles used for Cyclocross are specially built and a cross between a traditional road bike and mountain bike. Courses are fixed across a variety of terrain and designed to test the rider’s bike handling skills.
Riders are frequently required to dismount from their bikes and navigate obstacles known as hurdles. The races are intense affairs that can last for up to 45 minutes with little rest.
Check back with Patch as more details are released on the upcoming series.
honored Rocky Hill veterans during aThursday afternoon.
There was a flag raising ceremony performed by the boy scouts, a speech by a state Sen. Paul Doyle (D-Rocky Hill) and each veteran at the home was given a plaque.
“The event was a great success,” said Engage Life Director at Greenridge Place Jeremy Hall in an email last week.
For more information about the Atria Greenridge Place, call 860-257-0000.
Happy Father's Day - Just a Day Late
I would like to say a Happy Father's Day to my dad, Joseph Wenzel III.
My father, who is nicknamed Tony, helped get me started in the journalism field and told me never to quit it.
Dad and I did not always see eye to eye on everything. However, every time I needed my dad, he was always there. He provided for my family without ever asking for anything expect the "big piece of meat."
I just wanted to say thank you dad for everything. I could not ask for a better man to show me how to be a better man.
Happy Fathers' Day to all the dads, present, past and future. You all deserve it.