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World Labyrinth Day and Supporting Ann’s Place

Ann’s Place, a nonprofit that offers community-based cancer support for men, women and children, regularly hosts events in the Danbury area to support their great work. This month they’ll celebrate World Labyrinth Day, plus a fun breakfast for UConn fans, and don’t forget to register now for the Ladies Golf Classic in June.

On May 4 at 1pm, people around the world will be “walking labyrinths for peace” on World Labyrinth Day. Ann’s Place’s labyrinth was designed by Jo-Ann Frank, who passed away this year, and they are holding a special gathering in the garden in honor of this special woman and occasion. There will be a brief and informal labyrinth walk followed by a small reception to celebrate the wisdom and talents Frank shared through the years. All are welcome, but please call to RSVP.

On May 14 from 7:30 to 9am, have breakfast with SNY announcer Eric Frede and UConn alum Meghan Culmo at the Amber Room Colonnade in Danbury. Start your day with a little UConn reminiscing when these two well-known sportscasters take the stage. You will love the banter between these friends who have been commentating on athletes in UConn women’s basketball and beyond for years. Tickets are $25, and sponsorship opportunities are available until May 7.

Registration is now open for the 24th Annual Jeanne Parille Ladies Golf Classic to benefit Ann’s Place, which will take place on June 24 at Richter Park Golf Course in Danbury. Register early, as foursomes fill up quickly. Player fees are $185, including greens fee, cart, prizes, meals and the new driving range.

For more information and registration for events, call 203-790-6568 or visit AnnsPlace.org. Location: Ann’s Place, 80 Saw Mill Rd, Danbury.

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