Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Buddy Guy in concert
Friday, November 15, 2019 | 8:00 pm at Garde Arts Center
The concert is 2 1/2 hour show approx.
At age 82, Buddy Guy is a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, a major influence on rock titans like Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, and Stevie Ray Vaughan, a pioneer of Chicago’s fabled West Side sound, and a living link to the city’s halcyon days of electric blues. He has received seven Grammy Awards, a 2015 Lifetime Achievement Grammy Award, 34 Blues Music Awards (the most any artist has received), the Billboard Magazine Century Award for distinguished artistic achievement, a Kennedy Center Honor, and the Presidential National Medal of Arts. Rolling Stone magazine ranked him #23 in its “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.”
We provide the ride from GSC to GAC so you have no parking worries. We depart GSC at 7 pm.
Our seats are Orchestra Center J, K and L rows.
$68 pp To register online www.GrotonRec.com or call 860-536-5680 or 860-441-6785
Day trip to the BIG E Fair Friday, Sept 13th
Friday, Sept. 13 is Be A Kid For A Day, Military Appreciation Day. It is also the FIRST day of the BIG E so all will be freshly presented & clean.
We are taking our own (so, no other pickups) motor coach bus to the BIG E.
The Big E, also known as The Eastern States Exposition, is billed as “New England’s Great State fair”. It is the largest agricultural event on the eastern seaboard and the seventh-largest fair in the nation.
$50 pp includes deluxe coach transportation,driver gratuity and admission to the fair.
Wear your walking shoes for this one!!
We leave Groton Senior Center at 8:30AM We depart The BIG E at 5 pm.
Weather is looking great for day one the BIG E – this Friday- and we still have 5 spots left!! Come on in to claim your spot on this fun filled time at New England’s Biggest Fair!
$50 per person to go with us Friday, Sept 13th – includes your BIG E admission ticket, privately chartered round trip motor coach transportation and driver tip. This bus leaves 8:30 am and returns to Groton Sr Center approximately at 6 pm. Call 860-441-6785 or www.GrotonRec.com
Click here for all the details https://www.facebook.com/events/483809629088987/
7 pm-8 pm Hors D’oeuvres
8 pm-10 pm Enjoy the Band
Cash Bar with specialty drinks
Held at Langley’s Restaurant.
Call or stop by Groton Senior Center for your tickets 860-441-6785
If you served in the military and have an honorable discharge your level of VA benefits varies according to a whole lot of factors. When you served. Where you served. How long you were in. Plus, other details.
But the good news is there is someone out there waiting to help you figure out which benefits you are entitled to.
And I used the word “entitled” because they are your benefits. You earned them by serving and you deserve them.
And remember things are always changing. So, if you asked about your VA benefits when you first got out or five years ago. Even last year. Ask again because lots of factors have changed.
I mentioned having an honorable discharge and even that has been relooked at.
Also depending on your service, you might be entitled to things someone else doesn’t get. Or they get something you can’t get.
And regardless there is help out there for all veterans.
Depending on where you live is where you need to go. A great starting point is the VA website and it’s super easy to find. VA.gov. Go to the website and poke around. Its jam packed with information for you.
Check with your Senior Center and Town Hall. They can point you in the right direction. Call your Senator and Representative they can help as well.
Here in Connecticut each town has a Veteran Representative trained to help all veterans. There are VA clinics and VA hospitals. Plus, a growing number of Veterans Coffeehouses.
Ask for guidance. Stop in talk with the folks. Share your story.
Remember to visit VA.gov for the website.
Make some phone calls!
They are waiting to help you!!