A total of 36 events have been found.
Fiddleheads Food Coop - Cafe, 13 Broad St, New London, CT
JOHN SARGENT – paintings & monoprints with themes based upon nature and often created with tools repurposed from nature
Studio 33 Art and Frame Gallery, 140 Bank Street, New London, CT
Studio33 presents “Life’s a Beach”, a collection of paintings by local artists Gigi Mezzo Genovese and Andrea Wiley. Both women focus their paintings on shoreline centric scenes; with Andrea highlighting the beauties of the marshes, beach & lighthouses, while Gigi focuses on making the everyday beach scenes playful, something you might otherwise overlook. The medium each women works in panders particularly well to their individual styles, with bright saturated acrylics in Gigi’s cheerful scenes and soft, thick oil paints capturing Andrea’s peaceful viewpoint. The show is not one to miss, running from July 2nd through the 30th.
Mashantucket Pequot Museum , 110 Pequot Trail, Mashantucket, CT
This exhibit is held Saturday, June 28-Saturday, October 18 and explores the dramatic changes that occurred to bison and its habitat, and to the people who depended on it for their daily existence. The Bison features Plains Indian objects, contemporary Native art, popular culture items, small models and sculptures, natural history materials, and vivid images. Free with Museum admission, free to Museum members. This exhibition was organized by the C.M. Russell Museum, Great Falls, MT and has been made possible through NEH on the
The Cooley Gallery, 25 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, CT
New sculptures and drawings highlighting the mechanics of two-dimensional art and the secret life of frames by Essex native Jasper Goodrich. Opening reception on Thursday, June 12th from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Admission is free. Visitors are welcome and encouraged Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. or online anytime at www.cooleygallery.com.
54th Annual Niantic Arts and Crafts Show, 108 Pennsylvania Ave, East Lyme, CT
Photographer Cam Chapman is a lighthouse keeper in a most unexpected way. He keeps the memories of America’s East Coast lighthouses alive with spectacular photographic portraits of them – and they can be viewed this year at the 54th Annual Niantic Arts and Crafts Show. Don’t miss this chance to meet Cam and see his work at the Town Hall Green, Saturday July 5 from 10 am - 5 pm, and Sunday July 6 from 10 am - 4 pm.
Lyman Allyn Art Museum, 625 Williams Street, New London,
on view June 14, 2014 – January 5, 2015. The works in this exhibition reveal the artist’s deep immersion in the natural phenomena of his immediate environment, the woodlands of Southeastern Connecticut. His paintings evoke a sense of wonder as viewers, too, become absorbed in the subtle textures, graceful shapes, and vibrant colors of the natural world. 860.443.2545 x129 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Studio M, llc, 29 Cottrell Street, Mystic, CT
This month we will have our artist opening on Thursday July 3rd. Normally we participate in the First Friday strolls in Mystic but since Friday is the holiday, we will be closed. We've moved the opening so more of you can attend! Please stop in to see Jennifer's beautiful landscape paintings. Studio M, llc welcomes aqward winning Plein Air Oil Painter Jennifer Holmes to the Gallery. The show runs July 1st through the 30th during shop hours. Studio M is open Tuesday through Saturday 10 am - 5 pm. www.studiomframing.com
Mystic Arts Center, 9 Water Street, Mystic, CT
The Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) 103rd Annual Juried Show consists of juried artworks from Connecticut artists of all mediums, including photography, sculpture, graphic arts, and painting. CAFA is a non-profit arts organization established in 1910 by a group of renowned Connecticut artists. Their mission is to promote the art of area members. Opening reception Thursday June 26, 6-8pm.
Hygienic Art Galleries, 79 Bank Street, New London,
Reception 7-10 p.m. July 5Erotic art from Terry "Davo" Davis, Jacqueline Phillips, Wayne Hitchcock and Kathy LaVallee. Through Aug. 2. Hours 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Thurs., 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Fri. and Sat., and noon-3 p.m. Sun.; (860) 443-8001, hygienic.org.
CUSTOM HOUSE MARITIME MUSEUM, 150 Bank Street, New London, CT
16 weekends (both Saturdays & Sundays) of lighthouse boat tours and special events. We will have weekend packages (more details to come).
Shoreline Community Center, 39 Hartford Ave., Old Lyme, CT
7 a.m., sponsored by the Sound View Beach Association, Inc.; (860) 434-2871.
City of Groton Municipal Building, 295 Meridian Street, Groton, CT
Displays of city-related memorabilia from the private collection of Town Historian Jim Streeter. More info at cityofgroton.com. Runs June 12th-August 14th.
Stonington Town Dock, 11 Northwest St., Stonington, CT
Farmers Market featuring Connecticut grown foods, hand made crafts and music. Seasonal and greenhouse veggies and fruits, salad greens, apples, onions, squash, kale, spinach, carrots, mushrooms, etc, eggs, fresh baked breads and baked goods, flowers, cheese, pasture raised beef, poultry, lamb and pork, syrup, honey, jams, jellies, prepared foods, soup, pot pies, sandwiches and more.
Hartford Avenue, Sound View, Old Lyme, CT
10 a.m., from Hartford Ave., Sound View; to be in the parade, join line up at 9:45 a.m.; sponsored by the Sound View Beach Association, Inc.; (860) 434-6426.
The Bill Memorial Library, 240 Monument St., Groton, CT
The Bill Memorial Library in the City of Groton invites adults to take part in Groundbreaking Reads, our Adult Online Summer Reading Program. Earn a raffle ticket for each book review you submit. Log on to the library’s home page, http://billmemorial.org. Click on “Summer Reading”, then choose the “Literary Elements” tab for adults. Create an account and begin entering your reviews on Wednesday, June 25 through Saturday, August 9. Readers can also submit book reviews in person to the library. Winners of the prize drawing will be notified in mid-August. The more you read the more chances to win! Call the library at 860-445-0392 for more information. The Bill Memorial Library is located at 240 Monument St., next to the Groton Monument and historic Fort Griswold.
Waterford Public Library, 49 Rope Ferry Road, Waterford, CT
Avery Copp House, 174 Thames Street, Groton, CT
The Avery-Copp House, located at 154 Thames St. in Groton, will be open to the public for guided tours through October 12. Hours are 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday through Sunday. Admission is $5 for adults and free to children under age 12.The Colonial style house, built in the early 1800s, was Victorianized at the turn of the 20th century. It houses the story of an American family that lived there for 200 years. Furnishings are original and a testament to Yankee thrift, inventiveness and hard work. Two Victorian gazebos sit above the house on the terraced lawns overlooking the Thames River. The house is open seasonally and by appointment year round. Events for families and the general public are offered throughout the year, including a Fall Garden Party, a Christmas Open House, Charles Dickens dramatic readings, tours and lectures. Visit www.AveryCoppHouse.org.
Grove St Cemetery Tours, 227 Grove St, New Haven, CT
One (1) Hour Walking Historical Tour of New Haven Historical Persons - Eli Whitney Inventor
RiverQuest, Eagle Landing State Park, Rt. 82, Haddam, CT
A special cruise, designed for young children and their parents, grandparents, etc. On this cruise, we will teach children how to use binoculars, they will learn about the birds we see, nautical terms, the ecology of the river and other points of interest including Gillette Castle and the Chester/Hadlyme Ferry. We will go under the East Haddam Swing Bridge and hear the cars go over us. This will be a fun cruise to introduce children to the fragile beauty of the Connecticut River and the area we live in. And, it allows kids to be kids! All kids ages 2 to 12 ticket price will be only $5, ages 12 to 100 only $10. Your group needs at least one child to receive this special pricing. This cruise is First Come, First Serve...no on-line booking available. Visit www.ctriverquest.com for details.
Waterford Public Library, 49 Rope Ferry Road, Waterford, CT
Games, games, games; play ours or bring your own. Play against your family or friends and enjoy the competition!
Miranda Vineyard, 42 Ives Rd, Goshen, CT
A local CT Grown Farmers market at a quaint CT Vineyard. Featuring fresh veggies, baked goods, honey, maple syrup, goat milk soaps, jams and jellies and more. Wine tasting available after 10am.Come for the market, stay for the day!
Henry Whitfield State Museum, 248 Old Whitfield Street, Guilford, CT
Exhibit of reproduction trade goods given to the Menuncatuck tribe by the Guilford colonists. Part of the 375th Celebration of the Whitfield House and Guilford. Open Wednesday-Sunday, 10:00-4:30. Included with admission. Free parking.
Madison Green, , Madison , CT
The Outer Space, 295 Treadwell Street, Hamden, CT
Come to a place where the lyrics flow and the rock is nostalgic!With 3 music acts, plus great food and the best craft beer selection around, this is sure to be a night you'll remember!
The Burger Beast Tavern, 350 east Main St, Clinton, CT
Singing and Dancing at the Burger Beast every Wed, Fri. Sat. And SundayGreat time great food and drinks
New London Moose Lodge 2652, 72 Central Avenue, new london, CT
music by Dj Voltagehttps://www.facebook.com/djVoltageKeith.Phillips
Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center, 300 Main St., Old Saybrook, CT
Hygienic Art Park, 79 Bank Street, New London, CT
The Can Kickers return to the Northeast for their first show of 2014 and are joining forces with the Paul Brockett Roadshow Band for an old school hoe down at the Art Park.$5 Admission
Bulkeley House Saloon, 111 Bank Street, New London, CT
Join DJC Productions Entertainment for Karaoke every Thursday Night from 9p to close! Bulkeley House features a HUGE outdoor patio with 2 bars and 15 HDTV's to watch your favorite sports game! Come sing a tune and enjoy a cocktail! Hope to see you there!
Hammonasset Beach State Park, 1288 Boston Post Rd., Madison, CT
Free, but park has entrance fee. Meet at the Meigs Point Nature Center a few minutes before class.
Dodd Stadium, 14 Stott Ave, Norwich, CT
The Connecticut Tigers will be playing the Vermont Lake Monsters on the 5th of July. There will be a fireworks show after the game concludes.
Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, 305 Great Neck Road, Waterford, CT
Chicago, 1893. The city hosts the World’s Columbian Exposition. Change is palpable: all in attendance hope to propel society into a shining new era. We follow Lucy, a rambunctious sharpshooter from Buffalo Bill's Wild West, as she explores the Fair, thrilled by the fast-paced modernity of city life. But trouble simmers beneath the façade of the shimmering “White City” when young women begin to go missing, as Henry Howard Holmes, a local doctor, exploits the innovations presented at the fair for his own demented purposes. Loosely based on the true story of America’s first recognized serial killer, The White City explores all of the delightful (and deadly) possibilities that accompany the introduction of new technology.
Groton Senior Center, 102 Newtown Road, Groton, CT
Groton Regional Theatre will stage “The Wedding Singer” Harvey” June 20 through July 6 at the Groton Senior Center on Route 117. This 2006 Broadway hit musical is based on the 1998 romantic comedy movie with Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore.The story centers around Robbie Hart, a singer with a New Jersey wedding band who is dumped by his long-time girlfriend and finds true love with a sweet waitress named Julia. The production is directed by Vic Panciera and features Jon Carpentier, Alyson Fowler, Emily Young, Antonio Pereira, Michael Schroeder, Eric Bowles, Pauline Batista, Anna Maria Trusky, and Kathy O’Hara. Shows are at 8 p.m. Friday (no show July 4) and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets may be purchased at the door for $20 or in advance for $15 at brownpapertickets.com.The Groton Senior Center Auditorium is located at 102 Newtown Road (Route 117), Groton.
Ella is a precocious and fiercely competitive actress whose sole aim in life is to make her famous playwright father David proud. Over the course of a boozy, drug-fueled evening, Ella and David deliberate over whether to read the reviews of her off-Broadway debut. But when David finally hurts Ella so badly that she refuses to crawl back to him, she decides to strike out on her own, abandoning her biggest fan and harshest critic in order to write her own play… about her father.
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