A total of 84 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
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
An exhibition and sale of new photographs by Peter Daitch through Aug. 23;. The theme of motion of light and color aptly reflect this artist's point of view. Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. or online anytime at www.cooleygallery.com .
Lyme Art Association, 90 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, CT
Portraits, landscapes, still life paintings and sculpture abound in this annual juried exhibition of work by the Association’s members. A separate juried show in the Goodman gallery will highlight the talented artist members of the Connecticut Pastel Society.
Mystic & Noank Library, 40 Library Street, Mystic, CT
The Mystic & Noank Library Ames Room art exhibit for August 2014 features a local group of plein air artists. The artists meet weekly at a variety of locations in southeastern Connecticut, working in oils and watercolors.The artists represented in the exhibit are: Karin Bastidas, Carmel Bourneuf, Mary Carey, Toby Hohenstein, Brenda Manning, Joyce Maurice, Janvier Miller, Ray O’Connell, Dan Potter, Betsy Broughton Shafer, Nina Stimson, and Peggy Traskos.The exhibit is open to the public during regular library hours when the room is not in use. For more information, call (860) 536-7721, email email@example.com, or visit www.mysticnoanklibrary.org.
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
Spectrum Art Gallery and Store, 61 Main Street, Centerbrook, CT
ALL NATURAL, an exhibition showcasing the work of artists and fine artisans who incorporate natural materials in their work opens at Spectrum Art Gallery and Artisans Store (June 27 - August 10). The exhibit includes macro photography of the natural world and fine art and crafts using materials such as sea and river glass, encaustic, wood, feathers, spider web, egg tempera and casein. During the six-week show, the Gallery offers free events to the public including a Family Day, Sunday, July 20, (1-5pm) with Art and Nature Workshops, Storytelling, Music and a Scavenger Hunt. Spectrum is the newest expansion of the non-profit arts organization Arts Center Killingworth, whose mission includes providing opportunities for emerging and established artists to display and sell their work.
Connecticut River Museum, 67 Main St., Essex, CT
2014 marks the 40th anniversary of the Connecticut River Museum. In honor of this milestone, the Museum will feature the exhibit Reflections: 40 Years along the River. The exhibit will explore the story of the Museum and highlight the many topics that CRM has explored through exhibits, programs and other activities.Members are invited to join us the evening of July 11 from 5:00-7:00 for an opening reception, held in conjunction with the Museum’s Annual Meeting. The exhibition will be open to the public daily until October 13.
Six Summit Gallery, 6 Summit St., Ivoryton, CT
Hygienic Art Galleries, 79 Bank Street, New London, CT
Casey Spectacular, and his fellow witches, brings us on a journey of sadness, through a world of melancholy youths, isolating situations, and modern theatrical mythology. We all feel bad, why hide it? “I Feel Bad” celebrates our horrible feelings, letting us laugh at, sympathize, and share, this gruesome human emotion. Through Painting, mixed media, and video, the viewer is plunged into a visual requiem for the human experience. However dark, tragic, or dramatic the subject matter, the art is always entertaining in nature. Come and enjoy this misery. runs until September 6th. Hygienic Galleries is open Tuesday - Sunday.
La Grua Center, 32 Water Street, Stonington, CT
On Saturday, August 9th from 5 pm to 7 pm, former Merrill Fellow – Josh Weil will read from his new novel The Great Glass Sea. Admission is free. Reception to follow. Books will be available.
James Merrill House, 107 Water Street, Stonington,
Weil reads from his new novel “The Great Glass Sea”; reception follows; free; (860) 908-3652.
Shoreline Community Center, 39 Hartford Ave., Old Lyme, CT
7 a.m., sponsored by the Sound View Beach Association, Inc.; (860) 434-2871.
Essex, Ivoryton, and Centerbrook, , Essex, CT
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.
Ashlawn Farm, 78 Bill Hill Road, Lyme, CT
Westerly Public Library, 44 Broad Street, Westerly, RI
The Friends of the Westerly Library Book Sale will open in the Terrace Room with a Preview on Aug. 5, 5-7:30 p.m. with a Friends membership fee of $15. Free and open to the public on Aug. 6, 9-7:30, Aug. 7, 9-5:30, Aug. 8, 9-5:30, Aug. 9, 9-3:30, $10 a bag that day. Gently used books for children and adults. All proceeds benefit the Westerly Library and Wilcox Park, 44 Broad Street, Westerly, RI, 02891. www.westerlylibrary.org
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.
Kimberly Avenue Commuter Lot, corner of Kimberly and High, East Haven, CT
Garbage bags and rubber gloves provided.
East Lyme Police Dept., 278 Main St., Niantic, CT
9 a.m.-3 p.m., cotton candy, rollover simulator, Amber Alert ID cards, bounce house and more; (860) 739-5900.
Holy New Martyrs Orthodox Church, 364 Canterbury Tpke., Norwich, CT
9 a.m.-2 p.m., cars, vendors, trophies, food and music; rain date is Sat., Aug. 9; (860) 456-7307.
Kimberly Ave Commuter Lot, Kimberly Ave & High st, East Haven, CT
CLEAN UP EAST HAVEN PLEASE JOIN CLEAN UP EAST HAVENFOR OUR AUGUST COMMUNITY CLEAN UP!!!HAPPENING: 9:00 to 10:00am Saturday August 9th Where: Kimberly St Commuter Lot(corner of Kimberly&High)Garbage bags and rubber gloves will be provided by*East Haven Economic Development *A&G Cleaning Agents, *Donna Perrone EA,*Nikki Travaglino & Assoc, *webbersaur.us,*Michael Longo DMD & Ronald Montano DDS *Vietnam Veterans Chapter 484,*Sandpiper RestaurantONE PERSON CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!!!BECAUSE WE CARE ABOUT OUR TOWN, OUR COMMUNITY AND OUR ENVIRONMENT!!!
Napatree, , Westerly, CT
9 a.m., lead by Laura Craver-Rogers; meet at the entrance to Napatree by the Misquamicut Beach Club.
Catholic Charities Diocese of Norwich, 331 Main St., Norwich, CT
9 a.m.-5 p.m.July 12Aug. 9Sept. 6(860) 889-8346 ext. 270.
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.
St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 15 Pearl St. , Mystic , CT
Parking for the Mystic Art Festival is available at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 15 Pearl St. on Saturday Aug. 9th and Sun. Aug. 10th. Cost is $10.00 per car.
First Congregational Church in Essex, 6 Methodist Hill, Essex, CT
Benefits the missions of the church.
Historic Downtown Mystic , Main and Water Streets, Mystic, CT
Celebrating its 57th year, the Mystic Outdoor Art Festival is the oldest festival of its kind in the northeast. Over 300 artists and craftsmen display and sell their wares along the streets of Historic Downtown Mystic. Enjoy the Children’s Art Park where children can participate in art themed activities.
New London Old Town Mill, 8 Mill Street, New London, CT
The Old Town Mill, 8 Mill Street, New London, CT will be open to visitors this summer.On Saturdays July 12 and 26 and August 9 and 30, the Mill will be open to visitors from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.The Old Town Mill was originally built in 1650 by John Winthrop, Jr., founder of New London. This historic treasure has been gradually restored over the past several years. Stop by and watch a video on the history of the Old Town Mill, see the water wheel turn, and tour the building and grounds.For additional information call 860-437-6394.
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.
Waterford Public Library, 49 Rope Ferry Road, Waterford, CT
Outback Steakhouse, 345 Washington Ave., North Haven, CT
Tickets: $20 (includes entree, salad, and dessert).
Avery-Copp House, 154 Thames St., Groton, CT
Meet a soldier, musket firing demonstrations, activities for children
Greene Art Gallery Sculpture Garden, 29 Whitfield St., Guilford, CT
Free program with Habitat for Artists Simon Draper and Marnie Hillsley.
Little Galapagos Restaurant, 119 Broad St., New London, CT
4-9 p.m., please pull together to help this Waterford family who have been displaced and will have to replace everything in their home due to smoke damage and soot; fundraiser, raffle and entertainment to help support this Waterford family in their time of need; any donations/local restaurant gift certificates appreciated.
Allegra's, 249 W. Main St., Branford, CT
Hosted by the East Haven Sons and Daughters of Italy. Tickets: $25 (two for $40).
5:30-8 p.m., all you can eat; walk-ins welcome; $12 adults; $6 children under 8; sponsored by the Sound View Beach Association; tickets available at the door or call (860) 434-8875.
Zandri's Stillwood Inn, 1074 S. Colony Rd., Wallingford, CT
Happy Hour: 6 p.m.; Dinner: 7 p.m. The North Haven Sons and Daughters of Italy Lodge 2805 honors Brian Havens.
East Lyme High School, Mary Broderick Auditorium, 30 Chesterfield Road, East Lyme, CT
Friday, Aug. 8, 7 p.m., musical opensSaturday, Aug. 9, 7 p.m., showSunday, Aug. 10, 2 p.m., showcall for tickets (860) 460-1001 or visit: www.eastlymeregionaltheater.com or visit:East Lyme Parks & Rec., 41 Society Road, NianticCarelot Children's Center, 315 Flanders Road, East LymeFlanders Fish Market, 22 Chesterfield Road, East LymeCafe Sol, 326 Main. St., NianticTLC Boutique, 14 Broad St., Westerly
Blackstone Memorial Library, 758 Main St., Branford, CT
Grove St Cemetery Tours, 227 Grove St, New Haven, CT
One (1) Hour Walking Historical Tour of New Haven Historical Persons - Eli Whitney Inventor
Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center, 110 Pequot Trail, Mashantucket, CT
Zachery Singer, Ph.D., anthropology student at University of Connecticut and an expert on Paleo-Indian occupations recovered on the Mashantucket Reservation, compares the sites and provides insight to Paleo-Indian occupations in this area. Dr. Timothy Ives, principal archaeologist at the Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission, demonstrates flint knapping and discusses pre-historic people and their tool-making resources. Limited to 80 people. $10 for the talks & demonstration; Museum admission is not required. Register by Aug. 8: (800) 411-9671 or email@example.com
Madison Town Green, , Madison , CT
Admission: $4 ($10 for early buying, 8 to 9 a.m.). Benefits child abuse prevention centers and other causes of the Madison Exchange Club.
Guilford Town Green, 25 Whitfield Street , Guilford, CT
Guilford Town GreenWhitfield StreetGuilford, CT 06437Saturday, August 9, 2013 10 a.m. 4 p.m. Craft Fair & Festival on the scenic Guilford Town Green. Crafters from all forms of crafts including woodwork, jewelry, glass, paintings, photography, weaving, etc. Annual event for 17 years. Town Green is ringed by stores, restaurants, galleries, shops, churches, etc. Exhibitor booths are now arranged alone paved walkways under the shade trees on the east half of the Green. The shoreline Arts Alliance will be presenting a free Shakespeare play in the evening. The Guilford Lions Club will be selling coffee, hot dogs, hamburgers, steak & cheese sandwiches, water and soda. Exhibitors applications via GuilfordLions@gmail.com, subject Craft Fair
Guilford Town Green, , Guilford , CT
Natureworks, 518 Forest Road (Rte.22), Northford, CT
Make a fairy garland crown, a magic wand, and enjoy story time. As part of this magical festival you will make a fairy garden to take home, then head out to the Natureworks gardens and build fairy houses for the Natureworks fairies to live in. We will serve punch, feel free to bring your own lunch. *All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Old Stone Church, 251 Main St., East Haven, CT
Dinner: 5 to 8 p.m.; Live entertainment: 6 to 9 p.m. Bring a blanket or chair, and beer or wine.
The General Stanton Inn and Flea Market, 4115 Old Post Road, Charlestown, RI
The many vendors at coastal RI's Gen. Stanton Inn Flea Mrkt. have est. somewhat of a "cottage industry" over the past 49 years, of helping people with cottages furnish & decorate them--inside & out. Whether it's a hand-crafted whirly-gig to launch outside on the cottage lawn or a time-tested collection of nautical lamps & sea glass to let the inside glow, The Gen. Stanton Flea Market has a large supply of unique collectibles & antiques to make a cottage a cottage.As schools close & cottages open for the summer,vendors at The Flea Market stock their booths with items to buoy the spirits of cottage owners, cottage renters & everyone else. The Gen. Stanton Inn Flea Mrkt. is the area's largest, oldest & most popular. Free admission/$2. parking fee Sundays only. 401-364-1818/401-364-8888
RiverQuest, Route 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.
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!
Natureworks Garden Center, 518 Forest Rd., Northford, CT
Avery-Copp House, 154 Thames St., Groton, CT
The Avery-Copp House will mark the 200th anniversary of the August 1814 British assault on southeastern Connecticut coastal communities in the War of 1812 by hosting an event on August 9 from 11 AM to 3 PM. The public is invited to meet a Groton soldier from the period, look inside his tent, learn about his weapons and watch him fire his musket. The public will also discover what soldiers did for fun and what they ate. This is a free event. Families with children are welcome and no reservations are required.The Avery-Copp House is located at 154 Thames Street in the Groton Bank National Register Historic District. Built in the colonial style in the early 1800s and Victorianized at the turn of the last century, the house tells the story of generations of an American family that lived here for 200 years. Furnishings are original and testify to Yankee thrift, inventiveness and hard work, with household items reflecting the fruits of the family’s labor and travel. Two Victorian gazebos sit above the house on the terraced lawns overlooking the Thames River. The house will be open for tours during the event. Admission is $5 for adults. Children age 12 and under are free. The house is also open for tours Friday through Sunday, 11 AM to 3 PM, through October 12. For more information, call 860-445-1637 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit on the web at www.AveryCoppHouse.org
Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center, 300 Main St., Old Saybrook, CT
Cost: $15 ($10 for children aged 12 and younger).
The Stonington Free Library-Wadawanuck Square, High Street, Stonington Borough,
A Free Patriotic Concert by the Noank Mystic Community Band to celebrate the Bicentennial of the Battle of Stonington.
The General Stanton inn Flea Market, 4115 Old Post Road, Charlestown, RI
Charlestown's General Stanton Inn Flea Market will be blossoming from it's "Sundays only" hours to its expanded summer hours, opening on Saturdays, Sundays and Holiday Mondays, all from 8 a.m.-3 p.m., beginning May 24 and continuing on through Columbus Day, October 13. Now celebrating its 49th season, The General Stanton Flea Market is one of the oldest, largest and most popular flea markets in the area. Set on seven, tree-shaded acres of the historic Inn (est. 1667), this Flea Market flourishes with rows of vendors selling antiques, collectibles, crafts, art, new merchandise, farmers'market items, & for a second season, an indoor oasis, "Matilda's Daughter" boutique. Admission is free. A $2.parking fee is charged on Sundays only. New vendors are welcome every weekend. 401-364-1818.
Antique Exhibit and Sale, Madison Greeen, Madison, CT
The Madison Exchange Club presents the 41st Antique Exhibit and Sale on August 9th on the Madison Green. The Madison Art Society will also be exhibiting. The event is from 9 to 4,rain or shine, with a $4 admission. Food will be available during the event. For information contact 203-640-2629.
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.
The Faulkner’s Island Lighthouse has been a beacon in Long Island Sound for over 200 years. Learn how the island got its name, listen to shipwreck stories, try your hand at tying nautical knots and creating signal flag messages, and much more! Open Wednesday-Sunday, 10:00-4:30. Included with museum admission to the 1639 Whitfield House and the “Coates to Wompom: The 1639 Trade Goods” exhibit. Free parking.
Guide led group tour of Avery Chapel at Colonel Ledyard Cemetery, Fort Griswold, Bill Memorial Library, Ebenezer Avery House, Mother Bailey House, & Avery Copp House. Docents tell story of each location's ghosts!
East Lyme Library and Community Center, 39 Society Road, , East Lyme,
Casual Friday ballroom dance.
AVERY COPP HOUSE, THAMES STREET, GROTON, CT
When the sun goes down, get ready for some spooky history with GHOSTS OF GROTON BANK: A GUIDED TOUR OF HAUNTED SITES. They say there are ghosts on the Bank, and docents will give you the low-down on ghostly legends of the Avery-Copp House, Mother Bailey House, Bill Memorial Library, Fort Griswold and the Ebenezer Avery House. Reservations are required, participation is limited, and this tour will fill up fast. Call 860-445-1637 now to reserve your spot! Sponsored by the Avery-Copp House Museum, Bill Memorial Library and the Friends of Fort Griswold, the ghost tour starts from the Avery-Copp House at 8pm. There is a $10 fee per person, and all proceeds benefit restoration of the historic Mother Bailey House.
St. Ann's Episcopal Church, 82 Shore Rd., Old Lyme, CT
Rotary Park , Kennedy Drive, Putnam, CT
Get ready to enjoy river ambiance with a stroll along the Putnam River Trail to the concert sounds of WINY. Get in the River Fire mood - it's a special time here in Putnam, Connecticut. Make it a night - dine in our downtown or picnic in the park.
Branford Green, , Branford , CT
Free. Musicians invited to participate.
Hygienic Art Park, 79 Bank Street, New London,
In 1986 Tim Thou and a group of Cambodian refugees with a passion for Khmer performing arts came together in Lowell, Massachusetts with the sole purpose to revive a culture once almost lost.As the heart of the Cambodian Community, the Angkor Dance Troupe is nationally recognized as one of the most accomplished and experienced U.S. - based Cambodian traditional arts organizations.
EASTERN POINT BEACH, POND DRIVE, CITY OF GROTON, CT
For those inclined toward a evening of great crowd-pleasing music, don’t miss this Saturday night outdoor concert with RUFUS ‘BABY GRAND’ DAVIS at Eastern Point Beach! This local music sensation continues to demonstrate his versatility by bringing together a LATIN-JAZZ BAND especially for this event. Strongly associated with Afro-Caribbean music, Latin-Jazz has stayed close to its roots in dance while giving both musicians and dancers freedom to improvise and stretch out. Come ready to sway, ready to dance, ready to stomp, ready to rock! The FREE concert begins at 7pm and is sponsored by Spicer Advanced Gas, a local family owned business celebrating 100 years of service to area customers.Find more information on this and other City of Groton events at www.summerinthecitygroton.com
Boston's Jesse Dee is a singing, songwriting, guitar-playing soul man-a modern day trailblazer inspired by the old school. Dee's passion is exploring and updating soul music for contemporary audiences. With his warm and honest sound, his instantly memorable melodies and positive, slice-of-life lyrics (evoking the heyday of the Brill Building songwriters), he accomplishes just that. His inventive, hook-filled songs are delivered with buoyant, youthful exuberance. Live, he always brings down the house, and keeps his ever-growing fan base coming back for more. His band lays down driving, infectious grooves while Dee's expressive vocals put him in a class by himself.
Eastern Point Beach, Eastern Point Beach, Groton, CT
Live Latin-Jazz music and dancing. Bring a picnic, bring a blanket, but you won’t need a chair!
St. David's Episcopal Church, 284 Stoddards Wharf Road, Gales Ferry,
Announcing the Tono Dolce Summer Singing Program Concert!This FREE concert is the culmination of a six-week summer singing program highlighting Tono Dolce’s community outreach to high school singers.During the summer, high school singers have been offered the opportunity to continue singing in the summer and learn alongside the members of Tono Dolce. The program concludes with a choral workshop and concert on Saturday, August 9 at St. David's Episcopal Church in Gales Ferry, CT. Visit our website for more information: tonodolce.com
Mohegan Sun Arena, 1 Mohegan Sun Blvd, Uncasville, CT
Join Alan Jackson as he stops by Mohegan Sun on Saturday, August 9th ! Alan is one of the 10 best-selling artists and has sold nearly 60 million albums worldwide! This will be a night you don’t want to miss - Get tickets here: http://www.ticketmaster.com/venue/237645/?brand=mohegansun
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
HOME Restaurant, 1114 Main St., Branford, CT
Blue Plate Radio and Blue Plate Radio Productions is pleased to bring you the 2014 JAZZ at HOME RESTAURANT SERIES, 1114 Main St., Branford, CT!TONIGHT, AUGUST 9, WE PRESENT ... BASSIST & MULTI-INSTRUMENTALIST MO PLEASURE!Guilford, CT native BASSIST & MULTI-INSTRUMENTALIST MO PLEASURE has a performing history like no other. Straight out of UCONN and for the next five years, he played bass for legendary BB King. Later, he performed with and was music director for Earth, Wind, and Fire and for what was to be his final tour, Michael Jackson. He has recorded and toured with Chaka Khan, David, Foster, and Roberta Flack. Find out more and buy your tickets at http://www.blueplateradio.com/tickets
The Side Door Jazz Club, 85 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, CT
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!
Connecticut College Arboretum, 270 Mohegan Avenue, New London, CT
The Connecticut College Arboretum offers Free Guided Tours of the major collections every Saturday morning at 10 a.m. throughout the Summer.This Saturday 7/12, explore a mature collection of ornamental trees and shrubs from around the world. This International Garden for Peace also contains a Japenese-styled garden.Tours are free and open to the public.Meet at the blue sculpture located near New London Hall on the campus of Connecticut College at 10 a.m.For more information, please visit: http://www.conncoll.edu/the-arboretum/visiting-the-arboretum/public-tours/or call: 860-439-5020 M-F 8:30am - 12:30pm.And don't forget to like the Arboretum on Facebook for even more fun events: https://www.facebook.com/ConnecticutCollegeArboretum
The Connecticut College Arboretum offers Free Guided Tours of the major collections every Saturday morning at 10 a.m. throughout the Summer.Tours are free and open to the public.Meet at the blue sculpture located near New London Hall on the campus of Connecticut College at 10 a.m.For more information, please visit: http://www.conncoll.edu/the-arboretum/visiting-the-arboretum/public-tours/or call: 860-439-5020 M-F 8:30am - 12:30pm.And don't forget to like the Arboretum on Facebook for even more fun events: https://www.facebook.com/ConnecticutCollegeArboretum
Bauer Park, 257 Copse Rd., Madison, CT
Bauer Park, Copse Rd. and Hunter's Trail, Madison, CT
Waterford High School , 20 Rope Ferry Road, Waterford, CT
Waterford Summer Theatre presents the TONY and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical RENT by Jonathan Larson.This show is a companion event to Waterford Week 2014Please note that this show is rated PG-13
Andrews Memorial Theater, 54 E. Main St., Clinton, CT
Tickets: $45 ($40 for seniors, $35 for youth under 18).
The Ivoryton Playhouse, 103 Main Street, Ivoryton, CT
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