Bubbles and Truffles helps build a new playground

Hunny Bunns Bakery took part in the 12th annual Bubbles and Truffles on Feb. 9. Rosey Scanlon, at left, her mother and Hunny Bunns Bakery owner Wendy Scanlon and American Museum of Tort Law Director Joan Bowman were there to celebrate. Photo by Shaw Israel Izikson

WINSTED — A fine selection of chocolates, wine and foods at the 12th annual Bubbles and Truffles on Friday, Feb. 9, offered some welcome relief from weeks of snow, ice and cold weather.

“We always hold Bubbles and Truffles in February because people are snowed in  and need to get out of their houses,” said Friends of Main Street board member Dick Labich. “ A lot of people come here so they can see each other after a long winter.”

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