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July 3  The next Jacob’s Well Christian Coffeehouse is Friday, July 3, at Bev’s Corner Drop-In Center, 3 Elm Street in Downtown Rockville.  Ruth O’Neil and Jim Hammitt will sing Gospel Folk, County, Rock and Blues.  Doors open at 7:00 P.M. and admission is free.  For more information, visit www.jacobswellcoffeehouse.com

July 9 Women Connecting After 5 is an outreach dinner meeting, a time to bring your friends who don’t go to church or read the Bible.  It begins with dinner, then an interesting feature, and an inspirational speaker. Cost is $20. cash only. The next event will be on Thursday, July 9.  Reservations are necessary by calling Marlene at (860) 301-9884 or by sending an email to mkp5pwomenconnect@gmail.com

July 12-14  Dr. Jimmy DeYoung of Prophecy Today headlines a Prophecy Conference taking place at Faith Baptist Church of Enfield on Sunday – Tuesday, July 12-14.  For more information or directions, call (860) 749-8888 or www.fbcenfield.com

July 14 Join AmeriCorps VISTA members and alums, project sponsors, and supporters for a reception and program to celebrate 50 years of AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America), on Tuesday, July 14, from 5:30 to 7:30 P.M. at Real Art Ways, 56 Arbor Street in Hartford. Free Tickets can be reserved at bit.ly/CTVISTA50 If you or your organization/business would like to become a sponsor of the event, please contact ct@cns.gov for more information on sponsorship opportunities.

July 18 Trinity United Methodist Church, 180 Park Ave. in Windsor, will be hosting an Appalachian Craft Fair, featuring hand made crafts of Artisans from southeast Kentucky. on Saturday, July 18, from 9:00 – 2:00.   There will be a wide variety of crafts including baskets, pottery, weaving, wooden toys and kitchen utensils, jewelry, dolls, ornaments and corn shuck flowers. Over 100 artisans will be represented. All proceeds go to the crafters from this poverty stricken area in the mountains of Appalachia. Experience a bit of Kentucky heritage. For more information call (860) 688-9245 or visit www.TUMCWindsor.org