The Lakeville Journal - September 12, 2019

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Ceramics at Hotchkiss

On exhibit now at The Hotchkiss School’s Tremaine Gallery is “Between the motion and the act,” a joint ceramics show featuring work by Tony Bright of Lakeville and Jon Riedeman of Norfolk. The work will remain on display through Saturday, March 2.

South Kent prevails 77-65 over Brewster

Ollie Jones controlled the tempo from the perimeter.

Lans Christensen

KENT — The Brewster Academy Bobcats came to South Kent School Wednesday, Feb. 14, for a much-anticipated game between two strong and evenly matched teams.

The South Kent Cardinals were hungry for revenge after a bitter three-point loss to Brewster earlier in the season. The seven-time National Prep Champion Bobcats wouldn’t go down without a fight, and the Valentine’s Day showdown proved there was no love lost between the two teams.

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Mozart at Hotchkiss
Patrick L. Sullivan

The Hotchkiss Philharmonic Orchestra welcomed guest conductor Lawrence Golan and flautist Brandon Patrick George on Saturday, Feb. 17, for an eclectic program featuring George in Mozart’s Flute Concerto in G Major. Also on the program: Samuel Barber’s Adagio for Strings, “Old American Songs” by Aaron Copland (with the Hotchkiss Philharmonic Chorus), and two selections from John Williams’ score from the film “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” The next concert at The Hotchkiss School is Thursday, Feb. 29, at 7 p.m., with en evening of jazz inspired by the Harlem Renaissance. The concerts are free. Visit for more information.

Sharon solar buffer plan buffeted

SHARON — Plans for meeting the conditions imposed on the Hilltop Road solar array by the Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) were heard at a regular P&Z meeting Wednesday, Feb. 14.

Representing Verogy of West Hartford, engineers for the project, was engineering manager Kyle Perry, who reviewed proposed plans for screening the solar array from the view of neighboring property owners.

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