TORRINGTON – Home on the Range, a locally owned and operated ladies’ boutique specializing in “unique treasures that give your wardrobe and home just the right touch of style,” celebrated its three-year anniversary. The event, themed “dresses, drinks & darlings,” was held Friday and Saturday, April 30 through May 1, at its Main Street location in Torrington. Two Horse Hospitality, owned and operated by Brandi Hiser, provided cool refreshments to shoppers, with the first 100 shoppers receiving free drinks. A bonus to shoppers was the appearance of Javene Schutt and Audrey Wells, the original founders of Faces and Furs, a boutique that was housed where Home on the Range is now located. Store co-owner Celsie Sussex said the event had a great turn out and was pleased to have been able to highlight new spring styles and local jewelry created by Cindy Kenyon, owner of Bone Dust Woman.