Upper and Lower Naugatuck River Public Events this Friday and Saturday May 9th and 10th

Free Naugatuck River Wildlife Documentary Friday, May 9, 2014, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM at the Ansonia Nature Center in the Lower Naugatuck River Valley.
Join Kevin Zak and Sondra Harman from the Naugatuck River Revival Group for their new Naugatuck River wildlife documentary “Welcome to the New Age”. Come enjoy this beautiful inspiring footage. Help us to protect and preserve our local environment. FREE please register by calling 203.736.1053

2nd Annual Naugatuck River Greenway Paddle Day Saturday, May 10th 2014 
Where: Along Upper the Naugatuck River, Beginning at 2627 Thomaston Avenue, Waterbury, CT
Registration Cost: $10 per paddler
About: This will be an approximately 7 mile course that will begin at City Limits Cafe (formerly Riders) at 2627 Thomaston Avenue in Waterbury at and will end at the new park at the intersection of South Main and Platts Mills Road in the South End of Waterbury.
Sponsored by the Greenway Advisory committee. Registration forms will soon be available online at: 4CTOutdoors.com/paddle-the-greenway, or at Connecticut Outdoors, LLC on 20 Main Street in Oakville, CT..
Official Site: http://www.4ctoutdoors.com/paddle-the-greenway

Saturday, May 10th - Lower Naugatuck River Clean-Up along the Ansonia Greenway From 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Naugatuck River Clean up – Saturday, May 10th, 10 am to 12 pm Let’s take pride in our community and join forces with Ansonia Nature Center and Naugatuck River Revival Group to help clean up Ansonia’s treasure! Come explore the beauty and impairment of the Naugatuck River and its watershed. A group of us will be meeting at Ansonia River Walk for a morning of rewarding hard work. Call for more information and to register at 203.736.1053

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Special thanks to our sponsors:

  • ion Bank
  • Connecticut Community Foundation
  • Aquarion Water Company
  • Siemon