As our little ghouls and goblins are preparing for a fun night of trick or treating, I ask that you please consider those children who might have certain food allergies. By taking the Teal Pumpkin Pledge you’ll be giving parents advance notice that your home offers a selection of non-food treats. For example, glow sticks, pens, stickers, silly putty, and more! Simply paint one of your pumpkins teal for all to see and the signal is given. Have a safe night!
KENT- On Thursday, October 12, State Representative Brian Ohler (R-64), had the pleasure of touring the Kent Falls Brewing Company (KFBC), located on the Camps Road Farm in Kent. You can watch highlights of the trip by clicking here.
The tour lasted roughly 3 hours, which provided the opportunity for Rep. Ohler to walk the property with owner Barry Labendz. Much of the conversation was focused on the trials of being a small start-up business in Connecticut, how the owner’s vision and concept finally became reality, and how legislative changes could help ease some of the regulatory burdens that our local Farm Breweries face on a day to day basis.