(July 15, 2013) With temperatures expected to be in the mid to high 90's this week, City officials have ordered the opening of four cooling centers in the City of Hartford. These hours are accurate Monday, July 15 - Friday, July 19, and may continue into next week. Members of the Hartford Fire Department’s Special Services Unit will distribute water bottles on site. An air quality alert is also in effect for the Hartford area due to high levels of ozone. Residents are encouraged to take proper precautions and stay out of the heat if possible.
July 8, 2013 - This evening marks the inaugural performance of the 2013 Monday Night Jazz Series. The summer concert series, hosted by the Hartford Jazz Society and sponsored by Prudential Financial, The Evelyn Preston Fund, and the Greater Hartford Arts Council, is marking its 46th year in the City.
Each Monday night welcomes a new set of performers to the Thomas D. Harris IV Pavilion in Bushnell Park, or, in the event of inclimate weather, the Asylum Hill Congregational Church at 814 Asylum Ave. Opening acts take the stage at 6pm, headliners play two 45-minute sets beginning at 7:30pm. Each show is broadcast live on WWUH 91.3 FM and WWUH.org.
For schedule, weather updates, and more information, see the Hartford Jazz Society Website at http://www.hartfordjazzsociety.com, or call (860) 242-6688.
WHAT: 46th Annual Monday Night Jazz Series
WHERE: Thomas D. Harris IV Pavilion, Bushnell Park, Hartford.
Rain site: Asylum Hill Congregational Church, 814 Asylum Ave, Hartford
WHEN: Every Monday, 6:00pm to 9:15pm
For Immediate Release: July 8, 2013
Contact: Lauren Varjabedian, Marketing, Events and Cultural Affairs
(July 8, 2013) On Tuesday morning, Mayor Pedro E Segarra will join Judge Raymond Norko of Hartford Community Court, Police Chief James Rovella, CEO of the Metro Hartford Alliance Oz Griebel, CEO of Hartford Public Library Matt Poland and members of Hartford 2000 for a news conference to launch Hartford 2000’s Quality of Life Initiative. The Quality of Life Initiative is a collaborative effort involving residents, businesses, Police, city departments, and other community stakeholders to enforce neighborhood standards throughout the City of Hartford.
(July 5, 2013) – With temperatures expected to be in the mid 90’s for the July 4th Holiday weekend, Mayor Pedro E. Segarra is reminding residents to take precautions during the excessive heat.
“Even though we’ve seen hotter temperatures, the humidity level is high so everyone should take the necessary precautions to stay cool,” said Mayor Segarra. “I encourage everyone to check on their neighbors or friends, especially the elderly or those who may be more susceptible to the effects of the heat to make sure they are ok.”
Some helpful tips include: