Upcoming Rhythm and Blues concert and more

The Westport Library will host a conversation with Westport resident Steve Parrish and Politico co-founder John Harris in the Trefz Forum at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Register to attend in person at https://www.eventbrite.com or register on watch a livestream on Zoom.

Harris already spent two decades with the Washington Post before going to Politico. He is considered one of the most influential people and journalists in Washington, D.C.

Parrish is the founder of the Steve Parrish Consulting Group, LLC, specializing in crisis management, corporate social responsibility, public affairs, and communications for senior executives in corporations, law firms, and nonprofit organizations. non-profit.

The library is located at 20 Jesup Road in Westport.

Westport promotes planner

Planning and Zoning Director Mary Young recently announced that the department has promoted Amanda Trianovich to the position of new land use planner for the city.

As a city planner, Trianovich is responsible for a variety of tasks, including acting as the city’s coordinator for coastal zone management projects, preparing analyzes of land use applications pending review by the Planning and Zoning Commission and to facilitate the implementation of the city’s affordable housing plan. and Conservation and Development Plan.

Trianovich graduated with honors from Salve Regina University, with her Bachelor of Science in Information Systems. She then gained her customer service skills working for Marriott where she was recognized as Associate of the Year.

She joined Westport’s Planning and Zoning Department in August 2019 and was promoted to Zoning Manager within a year, where she was responsible for handling zoning permits, variance applications and zoning complaints.

Southport family dental practice relocated to Southport Crossing building

The Southport family dental practice is moving to the third floor of the Southport Crossing building at 3530 Post Road in Southport.

The practice is led by Dr. Colleen Randall and Dr. Pamela Gibson. They received their Doctor of Dental Medicine from the University of Connecticut School of Dentistry.

Westport attorney elected secretary of Connecticut bar association

Lawyer Verrill Tom H. Wilkeson was recently elected secretary of the Connecticut Bar Association’s Business Law Section for a two-year term. He is based at the company’s Westport office.

Wilkeson will join President Ken Lerman, First Vice President Matt Gaul, Second Vice President Mark Klein, Treasurer Rob Feiner and Legislative Liaison Danielle Edwards.

Wilkeson is a member of Verrill’s Business Law Group, where he advises clients on a wide range of matters, from the purchase and acquisition of multi-million dollar businesses to the successful establishment of charities. 501(c)(3) recognized by the federal government.

Visit https://www.verrill

-law.com for more information.

Historical Society Hosts Rhythm and Blues Event

The band Old School Revue will play a concert as part of a Golden Age of American Rhythm and Blues event from 5:30-7 p.m. on July 24 at the Weston Historical Society, 104 Weston Road in Weston.

It is part of the historical society’s Music at the Barn outdoor concert series. It will move indoors if it rains.

The Walrus + Carpenter Food Truck will be on hand to sell barbecues. Outside food should be limited.

Historical Society members are $15 per person. Member families are $50, which includes two adults and two children.

Tickets for non-members are $20 per person and $60 per family.

Tickets can be purchased at the door or https://www.


The Historical Society car park can be accessed from High Acre Road in Weston.

Visit http://oldschool


_School_Revue.html for more information about the group.

Westport residents will take part in a bike challenge

Tina Cerrito, Adam Drake, Tom Epes, Tony Howell, Bill Loftus, Scot Parnell and Christopher Powers, all of Westport, are among the 6,000 cyclists who will take part in the 2022 Pan-Mass Challenge fundraising event on 6 and 7 august.

The event raises funds for cancer research and treatment at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.

The bikeathon offers one- or two-day routes ranging from 25 to 210 miles that are designed to meet all ability levels and fundraising amounts.

There are 158 Connecticut residents participating in the fundraiser.

This year’s goal is to surpass the 2021 record donation and raise $66 million for cancer research and patient care.

Visit https://www.pmc.org to donate or call 800 WE-CYCLE.

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