Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Cheshire Chamber Notes - March 11

Toll Brothers, Inc, will hold a Business After Hours at Regency at Prospect, 120 Scott Rd., Prospect on Thursday, March 19th from 5-7PM. The event will be held in the 7000 sq.ft. Clubhouse which houses the library, fitness center, outdoor pool and putting green. Tours of the townhouses will be available. RSVP to the Chamber at 272-2345.

The Home, Garden and Business Expo is Saturday, April 4, 2009 at Cheshire High School. Send in your application before March 16th and receive a $10 discount! This is a great way to showcase your business. Sponsor opportunities are still available. New this year: the Kiwanis Colonial Breakfast from 8:00a.m-11:00a.m.

The Cheshire Performing Fine Arts Committee - Artsplace will hold the 21st Annual ARTSDAY on Sunday, March 22, 2009 from 1-4PM at the Cheshire Academy cafeteria. The event is free and open to children ages 5 & up. For additional information, contact Artsplace at 272-2787 or visit their website at

Tim White


Anonymous said...

Kind of surprised that the Cheshire Chamber will be promoting a Business After Hours in Prospect.

Trying to sell people on moving to Prospect doesn't sound like something a Chamber should be doing.

We already saw the big Tractor Trailer at the Notch. I wonder how that gets passed through zoning...or does it have to be?

We may be seeing a lot of tractor trailers in parking lots advertising for businesses if it isn't stopped by the zoning board.
Any insight on this?

Anonymous said...

are people that jelous that Mr. Salvatore found a way in this economy to earn money leagally? he also has a family to support or are some of you willing to step up and pay some of his bills for him? I think not. he owns the property, the only one that should show any concern about anything being parked in a large lot of a local business is the owner, you know the guy that has to pay the tax bill so you all can have that lovely money pit referred to as the town pool!