The HomeAides Hero

The HomeAides Hero

Bryan Dylewski and The HomeAides of Connecticut want to recognize the caregivers in our lives by spotlighting a special caregiver each month. If you know a caregiver, nurse, social worker, family member or friend that deserves recognition, nominate them below for The HomeAides Hero.

Each month’s The HomeAides Hero recipient will receive $200 for themselves, or to pay forward to a charity of their choice.

The HomeAides provides quality caregivers 24/7, 365, and they have the best price guaranteed, with hourly service, to 24 hour live-in home care.

*must be 18 and over to submit a nomination

The HomeAides Hero Winners


Things to Know Thursday February 25th

Things to Know Thursday February 25th

Today is Fairfield County Giving Day. Donate to your favorite local nonprofits and make a difference in your community!

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Things to Know Tuesday February 23rd

Things to Know Tuesday February 23rd

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Things to Know Monday February 22nd

Things to Know Monday February 22nd

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Maple Sugars Sundays at SM&NC

Maple Sugars Sundays at SM&NC

In lieu of its traditional First County Bank Maple Sugar Festival, the Stamford Museum & Nature Center will be celebrating the season by bundling all the fun and games of a mini-festival into a single admission price, three Sundays this winter: February 21 & 28 and March 7.

Each Sunday, grounds will open at 10 am with added attractions, enhanced programming, and fun seasonal offerings for the whole family until 2 pm. Standard admission rates apply after 2 pm. This year, online pre-registration is required to ensure a safe and socially distanced experience at

Sponsored by First County Bank, the series of Maple Sugar Fest Sundays will feature a wide variety of activities including traditional favorites like tree tapping demonstrations, music, animal interactions, free popcorn, a sock skating rink and children’s game zone, with food trucks on-site including a waffle truck, and SM&NC’s very own line of maple syrup available for purchase.

“Year after year, we are proud to have a long-standing presence in support of the SM&NC’s Maple Sugar festivities,” said Robert Granata, Chairman & CEO of First County Bank.

“We’re one of only two official maple syrup producers in Fairfield County,” added Melissa H. Mulrooney, Executive Director & CEO of the SM&NC. “We invite the public to join us as we make our very own line of maple syrup from the many mature maple trees found right here on our 118-acre campus.”

Attendees are encouraged to visit the Museum’s Bendel Mansion to enjoy the current exhibition, “Global Garden: Resonant Beauty,” a collection of orchid paintings by artist Patricia Laspino and the first full exhibition of the Museum’s 85th anniversary year.

The cost of admission is all-inclusive: $10 per person for SM&NC members of all ages, $20 per person for non-members, with free entry options for SM&NC Family Plus and Director’s Circle members. Attendees who sign up for membership on a fest day are refunded the cost of their ticket according to membership level. Pre-register now to celebrate the sweetness of the maple sugaring season by visiting

Getting there
Stamford Museum & Nature Center utilizes both of its parking lots for Sunday family fests. The primary event lot is located at SM&NC’s Farmhouse entrance at 151 Scofieldtown Road, Stamford CT, ¼ mile up the road from its 39 Scofieldtown Road entrance. The SM&NC is located 3/4 mile North of Merritt Parkway Exit 35. For more information call 203.977.6521 or visit

Celebrating 85 years of service to the community, Stamford Museum & Nature Center is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of art, the natural and agricultural sciences, and history. The Museum is a vital cultural and educational resource for the community, and a focal point for family activity and interaction, seeking to inspire creativity, foster self-discovery, and nurture an appreciation for lifelong learning through exhibitions, educational programs, and special events that enhance the visitor’s experience.

Win a Big Y Gift Card for a Family Fish Fry

Win a Big Y Gift Card for a Family Fish Fry

Listen to Storm N. Norman all this week to play the Five Question Quiz for your chance to win the cash if you get all Five Questions right! Everyone that plays wins a $30 Big Y Gift Card to get a Family Fish Fry!

Call the WEBE108 Contest Line at 800-WEBE-108 to play and win

Family Fish Fry:

  • Six pieces of Fresh Fried Haddock fillets
  • Prepared in Canola Oil with 0 Grams Trans Fat
  • Cooked Fresh to Order 7 Days a Week
  • Family Size French Fries
  • 1lb of Cole Slaw
  • All the Condiments
  • Serves 3 to 4 People
  • One Bite and You’re Hooked
  • Available in Most Stores

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