Remodeling Kitchens While Maintaining the Artsy Feels of Seymour
Seymour is a town situated in the west of New Haven County, Connecticut, United States with a population of 16,540 according to the 2010 census. Seymour is surrounded by neighboring communities of Ansonia and Derby to the southeast, Beacon Falls to the north, Woodbridge to the east, Prospect to Northeast, and Shelton and Oxford to the west. Seymour was made a town in May 1850, and was named after Governor Thomas H. Seymour.
The town comprises a total area of 15.0 square miles (39 km2), almost the same as Southbury. Of which 14.6 square miles (38 km2) is land and 0.4 square miles (1.0 km2), or 2.67%, is water, as per the United States Census Bureau. Regions within Seymour include; Bungay, Cedar Ridge District, Clifton, Garden City, Great Hill, Promise Land, Skokorat, and Squantuck.
Important places related to Arts and culture are:
• Downtown Seymour Historic District
• Great Hill Cemetery, founded in the 18th century.
• Naugatuck River
• Sanford-Humphreys House
• Seymour High School
Homes and buildings are being renovated according to the modern designs. People are investing money to make their homes look modern in a way that the artistic feel of the town is not taken away but utility and practicality is enhanced. The professional team at Kitchen Infinity understands how important the infrastructure is in a town and so we provide the best of our services to remodel your kitchen in a way to maintain the town vibe but increase the utility. You can book a free consultation now and get started on remodeling your kitchen.
Coming towards the news and media publishing facilities in town. There a few sites in town responsible for daily news. Some of which are:
• The Valley Independent Sentinel. It is an online-only, non-profit news site which was launched in June 2009. It provides coverage in five towns within the lower Naugatuck Valley, which includes Seymour as well.
• The Valley Gazette. It is a weekly print and online newspaper working since 1991. It covers three towns within the lower Naugatuck Valley, including Seymour.
Education facility is provided and there are four public schools in Seymour:
• Chatfield-LoPresti School (pre-K-5)
• Bungay School (K-5)
• Seymour Middle School (6-8)
• Seymour High School (9-12)
Speaking of education, Seymour also educates people on life issues. One organization that does such work is Pink. which is a non-profit, well established organization in Seymour. It is an organization that helps fight against breast cancer and donates to local hospitals like Yale's Smilow Cancer Institute and Hewitt's breast cancer center at Griffin Hospital. “Seymour Pink Day” is celebrated in the month of October to raise awareness where the entire town unites and wears pink in hopes of raising money. Seymour High School's sports teams also participate in the fight against the cancer. In June 2017, the organization worked with the town's First selected man Kurt Miller and the town's garbage and recycling company, Winter Bros, to make bright pink recycling bins. Residents could buy a pink bin to use rather than the normal blue recycling bins and proceeds were donated to Seymour Pink.
The town holds several events every year including:
• New Year's Eve Gala
• Seymour Pink Golf Tournament
• Mammo Bus & Cut-a-thon
• Seymour Pink Day – The whole town is decorated with pink, and everyone shows support for the fight against breast cancer.
• Walk a Mile in Her Shoes
• Pounding the Pavement for Pink
• Banners for Pink – These banners are hanged in memory of loved ones.
• Seymour Pumpkin Festival is celebrated on the ground of French Memorial Park in September of each year.