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Organize Your Time with Ronni Eisenberg — a Darien Library Presentation

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Are you finding yourself with more and more tasks to do, yet there’s never enough time to get everything done? You are not alone! With patience, self-deprecating humor and understanding, Ronni Eisenberg, who’s giving the online presentation from 7 to 8 p.m., Wednesday, March 31, will step you through practical solutions, that will motivate you and leave you thinking, ‘now, why didn’t I think of that?’

— an announcement from Darien Library

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“Ronni Eisenberg is an expert among experts. Ronni brings to the table a wealth of charm, expertise and credibility that is difficult to find in three spokespeople, much less one!! Ronni gives us confidence and makes us look good each and every time we work together.

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Navigating Trauma Around the One Year Anniversary of COVID-19

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A year has now passed since the first confirmed case of the coronavirus in the United States.  Unfortunately, we are not out of the woods yet with the pandemic, despite progress with vaccine distribution. While most would agree that the coronavirus has added to their stress, the pandemic has affected certain groups more than others during the past year. — This article is from Mountainside clinics. The chain’s nearest location is in Wilton. Some may see the one-year anniversary of COVID-19 as a celebration of resilience.

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DPW to Replace Sidewalks on Tokeneke Road

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Tokeneke sidewalks will be replaced between Great Hill Road and Cliff Avenue starting Monday, April 5, the Darien Public Works Department announced on Thursday. The replacement project covers about four tenths of a mile (according to Google Maps), starting several hundred feet east of Tokeneke School and ending several hundred feet west of the Darien-Norwalk border at Five Mile River. The project is expected to be done by mid-May, although bad weather could delay completion. A previous sidewalk project installed or replaced sidewalks on Tokeneke Road west of the upcoming project. With completion of this new project, people should be able to walk to downtown Darien all the way from Rowayton, almost entirely over new sidewalks.

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First Selectman’s Update on Coronavirus in Darien: How Much of It, Vaccinations, Advice

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In the past two weeks, 65 new cases of COVID-19 have been found in Darien, one person was hospitalized and a total of 300 students and employees of the school district have been put in quarantine, First Selectman Jayme Stevenson said Thursday in her CodeRed announcement to the town. Darien Health Department, in its latest Coronavirus Update, released Thursday, said a total of 2,209 vaccination shots have been administered in town, including 1,101 second shots of the Moderna vaccine and 200 Johnson & Johnson vaccines (which don’t require a second shot). The entire 10-slide report is published at the bottom of this article. “Local cases and students in quarantine are, unfortunately, on the rise,” she said. She pointed out that sine COVID-19 symptoms are very similar to seasonal allergy symptoms, when anyone in your family has those symptoms, “you should assume you have COVID-19, and all family members should get tested.”

Americares Will Try to Reduce ‘Vaccine Hesitancy’ With a New $2.6 Million Federal Grant

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Americares announced today it has been awarded $2.6 million from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to combat COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy at free and charitable clinics across the country. — an announcement from Americares

U.S. Rep. Jim Himes joined Americares President and CEO Christine Squires for the announcement at the Fred Weisman Americares Free Clinic in Bridgeport, Conn. “Vaccine hesitancy, among other factors, is preventing low-income, immigrant and communities of color from getting vaccinated, even though these communities are most adversely impacted by COVID-19,,” Himes said. “I am proud to see Americares—a well-respected relief organization based in southwestern Connecticut—encouraging vaccination so that life can get back to normal as quickly as possible.”

Stamford-based Americares will work with hundreds of clinics, the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics and state associations to dispel myths and educate staff and volunteers about the importance of vaccination. “Free and charitable clinic staff and volunteers care for underserved communities, including some with deep-rooted distrust of the health care system.


COVID-19: How’s Darien Doing? Answers from Three Town Reports

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COVID-19 is spreading slower in Darien than it has since November, although the 76 new cases so far this month, as reported by the town Health Department, is still way above the 44 reported in all of October. Here are the latest reports on COVID-19’s course through Darien from three different sources: First Selectman Jayme Stevenson’s report to the town, the weekly town Health Department report and a joint message from schools Superintendent Alan Addley and the district’s Director of Nursing Services, Alicia Casucci. has taken some slides from the Health Department’s report, (released on Thursday) and mixed them in with Stevenson’s message when they give overlapping information. Other slides from the department’s report are in their own section at the bottom. (Numbers sometimes differ between state and town reports, due to reporting sources and counting methods, but patterns and trends often can still be seen.) All captions in the slides are from

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You Can Still Register for Darien Library’s Online Yoga Lunch Break Monday for Parents

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Take time to destress, clear your mind and virtually join instructor Talita Moss in this relaxing 45-minute yoga session on Monday from 12 noon to 12:45 p.m., via Zoom. It can be hard to carve out time for yourself as a busy parent especially when you feel everyone needs something from you. In the time it takes to have your lunch you can unwind with an in-home yoga session. Registration Information

You can register here. There were still four spaces available on Thursday morning.

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Coastal Orthopedics Reopens Darien Offices

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OrthoConnecticut Coastal Orthopedics has reopened their 36 Old Kings Hwy. South location. — an announcement from OrthoConnecticut Coastal Orthopedics

The team of fellowship-trained and board-certified physicians and surgeons at Coastal Orthopedics are here to keep you moving, providing expertise in all areas of orthopedic care. The physicians and surgeons at Coastal Orthopedics concentrate on operative and non-operative solutions to musculoskeletal problems, offering pain management and minimally-invasive surgery to get you back to doing what you love. The Darien team has specialists who help with a wide range of orthopedic problems.

OrthoConnecticut Coastal Orthopedics has offices in Westport, Norwalk and Darien, is a group of fellowship-trained and board-certified surgeons.

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Medicare 101: Register for This Online Presentation Hosted by Darien Library

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Are you overwhelmed by the choices of Medicare? Let’s navigate this Medicare journey together! On Thursday, April 1, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., Darien Library is hosting an online presentation where you can explore and evaluate Original Medicare, Medicare Supplement Insurance, Prescription Drug Plans and Medicare Advantage Plans. — an announcement from Darien Library

This program will simplify the choices you need to make, help you make more well-informed decisions and explain what Medicare means for you! Register here.