Seen at the 2018 Festival of Trees

There are no more charming visitors to the Festival of Trees than the littlest ones, who are, in turn, charmed by the lights and the glitter and the colors and the presence of none other than Mrs. Claus. Wide-eyed, they move from one display to the next in a state of wonderment that is sure to last through the holiday season.

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The Corona pandemic has profoundly magnified the vital and selfless role of our region’s volunteer first responders.  Northwest Connecticut fire and ambulance services run on volunteers and are fueled by the generosity and bravery of our neighbors who teach at our schools, fix our leaky pipes, and landscape our gardens. They are also our skilled and well-trained first responders.

Four-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee, global humanitarian, author, and former Executive Director of the Albert Schweitzer Institute of Quinnipiac University, David Ives discussed his remarkable career on July 10 via a Zoom event hosted by Noble Horizons.

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Lifelong learning has been at the heart of Noble Horizons since its founding almost 50 years ago. In fact, the room in which many of the daily classes, seminars, and programs have taken place for decades is called The Life Long Learning Center (nicknamed the L3)!