Streateries in Stamford Downtown provides expanded space for walking and eating while maintaining social distancing and adhering to the state and local public health protocols.
Phase 1 of re-opening Connecticut does include outdoor museums and zoos, which can open at 50% capacity. Here is a list of facilities that are re-opening and how to plan ahead!
The City of Stamford is providing updates on the ongoing COVID-19 situation as of Thursday, May 28.
The Local Moms Network spoke to Marietta Vázquez, MD, who is a Yale Medicine pediatric infectious disease specialist about COVID-19 Related Child Inflammatory Disease. Read their interview, here.
On Wednesday, May 20 restaurants in Connecticut will be able to open for outdoor dining only. Wondering what restaurants will offer outdoor dining in Stamford? Find our list, here!
Stamford Downtown is cancelling the 2020 Alive@Five and Wednesday Nite Live concert series. “It has not been an easy decision to make, but we believe it is the best one considering the present circumstances," said David Kooris, President of Stamford Downtown....
Stamford Town Center is open as of Wednesday, May 20. Here is a list of stores that are opening over the next few days.
Stamford Public Schools will continue to provide free Grab-and-Go meals from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., at school and community sites on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays even during the Spring Break week.
Businesses in Springdale will display teddy bears and other stuffed animals in their storefront windows in hopes of spreading cheer amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more about it here.
Grab-and-Go Meals will now be available at Latham Wilder (South End Community Center) Back parking lot. More information is available here.