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The Salty Dog Grooming Shoppe opens doors in Fairfield – CT Insider

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The Salty Dog Grooming Shoppe recently opened Aug. 24, at noon at 475 Kings Highway East in Fairfield with a grand opening event, and official ribbon cutting ceremony. The business’s owner is Melissa Small, who is also shown with three dogs.
The Brooklawn Country Club is the site of the Connecticut Beardsley Zoo’s 16th annual Golf Outing, and Tournament Sept. 12, to benefit Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo. The club’s greens will offer zoo supporters who are thought of to be some of the area’s biggest, and most beautiful challenges, with the club being located at 500 Algonquin Road in Fairfield, and a photo of the club, its golf course, its greens, and building shown.
The Fairfield Chamber of Commerce is accepting vendor applications for the Chamber of Commerce’ 2022 community wide, annual free, and open to the public Fairfield Harvest Market, which will be Oct. 15, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. rain or shine on the historic old town hall green, which is located at the corner of the Old Post Road and Beach Road in the town. The market is previously shown in a recent year.
Fairfield-based Sandra Guibord, CEO and founder of the company, Sandra’s Wine Life, has announced the publication of her first book, “Find Your Wine Identity,” that also serves as a consummate guide to the world of the beverage, wine. Guibord is shown.
The 18th hole at the Brooklawn Country Club is shown. The club is the site of the Connecticut Beardsley Zoo’s 16th annual Golf Outing, and Tournament Sept. 12, to benefit Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo, with the club being located at 500 Algonquin Road in Fairfield.
The Salty Dog Grooming Shoppe held a grand opening on Aug. 24 at 475 Kings Highway East in Fairfield.
Fairfield First Selectwoman Brenda L. Kupchick officiated the ceremony.
Guests were also able to learn about the business’s pet friendly services and why the business is special.
The business’s owner is Melissa Small, a third-generation Fairfield resident and a third-generation groomer.
Small’s grandmother, Doris Hyde, founded Dove-Cote Kennels in 1969 and was one of the founding members of the Bichon Frise Club of Southern New England. The breed required diligent grooming, and the family learned alongside her.
Small has more than 54 years of expertise, and 23 years of personal professional experience.
Contact melissa@thesaltydoggroomer.com for more information.
The Brooklawn Country Club, 500 Algonquin Road in Fairfield, will be the site of the Connecticut Beardsley Zoo’s 16th Annual Golf Outing and Tournament on Sept. 12.
The tournament will begin with a shotgun start at 1 p.m.
People can register as a team of four or as individual golfers.
A $500 fee for individual golfers, or $2,500 corporate sponsorship includes a round of golf, corporate promotion on the zoo’s website, e-newsletter and social media, and food and drinks.
Each golfer receives a complimentary bag, and a Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo golf shirt.
Attendees will also enjoy an open bar, cigar rolling, and a silent auction.
Visit https://www.beardsleyzoo.org/golf-tournament.html to sign up online.
Contact Ashley Volkens at avolkens@beardsleyzoo.org or 203-394-5522 to register a team or become a sponsor.
The chamber of commerce is accepting vendor applications for its annual Fairfield Harvest Market, which will be held 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Oct. 15.
The annual event is free and open to the public. It will be held rain or shine on the old town green, located at the corner of the Old Post Road and Beach Road.
The chamber encourages vendors to reach out as soon as possible because spots fill up quickly.
The 2021 event featured more than 60 well known, and unique retail vendors, a farmers market, a Halloween costume dog parade and a variety of food trucks.
Email michele@fairfieldctchamber.com, visit https://fairfieldctchamber.com, or call 203-255-1011 for more information.
Fairfield-based Sandra Guibord, CEO and founder of the company Sandra’s Wine Life, has announced the publication of her first book, “Find Your Wine Identity.”
Guibord, who is also a wine importer, will hold a Northeast book tour that will include wine tastings and key tips from the book.
The book offers suggestions to beginners and wine connoisseurs by season, sharing unique wine choices, recipes for perfect wine pairings, and entertaining tips. It was published by the creative publishing solutions company.
Visit https://www.sandraswinelife.com to learn more about Sandra’s Wine Life.

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