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The Kennedy Center of Connecticut is supporting a federal agency’s nearly 400 locations by providing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) through a contract creating new, local employment opportunities for people with disabilities and other barriers to employment.

President & CEO Rick Sebastian gives the latest information on visitation policy at our homes, reopening of programs and answers to Frequently Asked Questions.

The Kennedy Center is offering affordable, certified PPE to the local community.

Based on state and federal guidelines, many of The Kennedy Center's day programs and services remain closed.

WTNH News 8 featured The Kennedy Center's efforts to acquire and distribute PPE through the Palm & Able e-commerce platform.

In addition to temporary program closures announced last week, The Kennedy Center is restricting all visitors to our program sites and residential homes.

A look back on a year of art created by artists of diverse abilities was celebrated Dec. 5 in the City of Bridgeport’s Margaret E. Morton Government Center.

Nearly 300 people came together on Nov. 16 to celebrate abilities and new possibilities at The Kennedy Center’s 55th Annual Four Seasons Ball, honoring Bigelow Tea and President and CEO Cindi Bigelow.

The Kennedy Center is bringing fierce fashions and great deals to 39 Lindeman Drive in Trumbull for a Pre-Thanksgiving Pop-up Shop on Thursday, Nov. 21 and a Pre-Holiday Shop on Dec. 13, 14.

A retired retail executive and Sacred Heart University professor is helping The Kennedy Center launch a new kind of retail destination and social enterprise in Connecticut. 

This family-friendly-event features a timed 5K at 9 a.m., open to all runners, walkers and strollers.  A kids’ 100-yard dash and a kids’ ¼ mile run precede the main event.

"While, like you, I am deeply disturbed by the allegations in this case, I know these actions do not define The Kennedy Center and the work we do each day."