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What Are the Different Types of Funeral Caskets?, Bristol, Connecticut
One of the many decisions you must make after a loved one passes is how to dedicate the remains. Cremation has grown increasingly popular over the years; however, traditional casket burials are still a common choice. If your loved one more
What a Tree Removal Company Can Do for You, West Hartford, Connecticut
It’s the time of year when people like to get out and work in their yards. But, if you’ve got a tree that needs to be removed, it can ruin your property’s health and appearance. Cutting it down is something best left to professionals at more
Hartford County, CT Family and Kids Businesses
Camp Walt Whitman, Family Activities, Recreational Camps, Kids Camps, Piermont, New Hampshire
1000 Cape Moonshine Road
Piermont, NH 03779
Are you looking for a way to get your kids out of the house and into adventure this summer? Sign them up for one of the best summer camps in New England! Featuring beautiful scenic views and a plethora of fun outdoor activities, Cam...
University of Hartford, Community Colleges, Colleges, Wests Hartford, Connecticut
200 Bloomfield Avenue
Wests Hartford, CT 06117
The University of Hartford was chartered on Feb. 21,1957, as a university for the Hartford community. It merged three existing schools, the Hartford Art School, the Hartt School of Music, and Hillyer College. In the ensuing deca...
Connecticut Advocates for Parkinson's, Non-Profit Organizations, Support Groups, Charities & Donations, Marlborough, Connecticut
(860) 266-6040
Defined by doctors as a disease that affects the way you move, Parkinson’s disease, which is linked to decreased dopamine production, affects as many as 1 million Americans. Connecticut Advocates for Parkinson’s (CAP) is a non-profit, 50...
Point Counterpoint, Music Schools, Kids Camps, Music Lessons, Brandon, Vermont
1361 Hooker Rd.
Brandon, VT 05733
(267) 886-5359
Chamber music was founded in the early 1800s and was described by English composer Richard Walthew as “the music of friends.” At Point CounterPoint at Lake Dunmore in Leicester, VT, they keep the history of chamber music alive by offerin...
Expressway Limousines, Airport Transportation, Limousines, Wedding Limo Services, Waterbury, Connecticut
93 Meriden Rd
Waterbury, CT 06705
(203) 574-2828
Since 1917, Expressway Limousines has been the number one limo company in Waterbury, CT for all of your transportation needs. Whether you need limousine service for your wedding, prom, corporate travel, or just a night out on the to...
Underdog Mixed Martial Arts, Self Defense Classes, Gyms, Martial Arts, W Hartford, Connecticut
23A Andover Dr
W Hartford, CT 06110
(860) 833-0253
Are you looking for more than just the same old gym with the same old equipment to help you get in shape? Whether you are looking to train to increase your physical fitness level or you are more interested in the spirit of competition, U...
Mathnasium® of South Windsor, Test Preparation, Learning Centers, Tutoring, South Windsor, Connecticut
1735 Ellington Road
South Windsor, CT 06074
(860) 432-7794
Kids struggle with math for a variety of reasons. Whether it’s environmental factors or a personal characteristic, your child shouldn’t be ashamed. At South Windsor’s Mathnasium, the specially trained math tutors give your children the t...
Carrier Learning Center, Learning Centers, Child & Day Care, Preschools, Bristol, Connecticut
1168 Farmington Ave
Bristol, CT 06010
(860) 589-3000
If you need reliable child care in Bristol, CT, you can count on the friendly and knowledgeable staff at Carrier Learning Center. This affordable day care accepts children as young as six weeks, and they offer after-school programs for k...
Alton Tree Services LLC, Stump Grinding, Stump Removal, Tree Removal, W Hartford, Connecticut
(860) 236-8027
Trees are complex creatures that require specialized knowledge, expertise, and techniques to care for properly and manage. If you’re looking to improve your yard through quality tree care, then you need support from the experts. Fortunat...
Mathnasium of Avon, Learning Centers, Test Preparation, Tutoring, Avon, Connecticut
51 E Main St
Avon, CT 06001
(860) 785-6284
Kids don’t hate math—but they do hate feeling confused and left behind. If your child needs math help, call Mathnasium of Avon, where the best math tutors make math make sense. Mathnasium of Avon operates on the belief that any student ...
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Why Do So Many Students Struggle With Math? , Avon, Connecticut
You may have struggled with math as a kid, and now, as a parent, are watching your child succumb to the same problems. Why do so many students have difficulties with this more
Deep Brain Stimulation May Prolong the Lives of People With Parkinson’s Disease, Marlborough, Connecticut
People with Parkinson’s disease deal with a number of debilitating side effects, according to the volunteers at Connecticut Advocates for Parkinson’s in Windsor, CT. This can more
All-Star Staff Member Madi Shares Her Summer Camp Experience , Piermont, New Hampshire
Madi W. of Adelaide, Australia came all the way to New England’s favorite summer camp to share fun-filled experiences that she’ll remember forever. As the wake-sport team more
3 Advantages of Advanced Math Tutoring & Instruction, South Windsor, Connecticut
Math tutoring professionals don’t just provide help to students who are struggling in school. Kids who are learning above their grade level also benefit from advanced more
3 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Funeral Home, Colchester, Connecticut
When a friend or family member passes away, you may find yourself in charge of planning the memorial service. One of the first steps in the process is selecting a more
3 Amazing Kids who used Math and Science to Change the World, Avon, Connecticut
3 Amazing Kids who used Math and Science to Change the World At Mathnasium of Avon, we know that success requires perseverance, resourcefulness, and confidence. Strong math skills more
Is Parkinson’s Disease Passed Through Genetics?, Marlborough, Connecticut
Parkinson’s disease is a complex condition caused by many different factors. In the search for a cure, researchers have identified a number of traits that can contribute to disease more
Summer Camp Stories: Zoe F.'s Experience, Piermont, New Hampshire
Summer camp is a special place where kids can be themselves, have fun, and learn important new skills. In New England, Camp Walt Whitman is an incredible option for boys and girls more
Why You Should Leave Tree Removal in Professional Hands, West Hartford, Connecticut
From seasonal storms to disease, there are many things that can impact the trees on your property. In cases of advanced illness or severe damage, tree removal is often more
PCP Alum 2009 - Xyla Foxlin, Leicester, Vermont
Our next incredible alum is Xyla Foxlin who attended PCP from 2009 to 2012. Xyla is an engineer and entrepreneur. She is the founder and CEO of Parihug, more
The Best Stories Are From Summer Camp: Jocelyn B. Shares Hers, Piermont, New Hampshire
Summer camp is a treasured time when many childhood memories are made. At Camp Walt Whitman in New England, this period is all about promoting personal growth while fostering more
A Brief Guide to Point CounterPoint's Music Program, Leicester, Vermont
Developing an appreciation for music at a young age will help children develop organizational skills and discipline, as well as the focus needed to excel throughout life. That’s why more
CAP Member Highlight: Sarah Diaz & Peter Northrop, Marlborough, Connecticut
This month, we feature two CAP Members, Sarah Diaz and Peter Northrop. Peter and Sarah have important events coming up in April, which is Parkinson’s Awareness Month. more
March Message from CAP Chairman, Karl Hespeler , Marlborough, Connecticut
Parkinson’s Awareness Month, which serves to bring attention to the disease and the needs of the patient community, is fast approaching.   April was chosen to commemorate more
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