A total of 73 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 .
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.
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.
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
OUT OF THE BOX, an exhibition showcasing the work of fine artists who “break out” of the rectangular canvas, sculpt unique objects or shoot photographs of unexpected subjects opens at Spectrum Art Gallery and Artisans Store (August 22 - September 28) at 61 Main Street, Centerbrook, Connecticut. A Reception, open to the public to meet artists and enjoy wine and hors d’ouevres is Friday, August 22nd from 6:30-9pm. And on Saturday, September 13, Origami in the Gallery will be held from 11:30-1:30pm, $2 for materials and open to all, no experience required. 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.
Studio 33 Art and Frame Gallery, 140 Bank Street, New London,
Studio 33 Art and Frame Gallery is seeking original works inspired by a call to Pause for Beauty. This show is a remembrance to pause for the beauty around us; to stop and smell the roses, savor the moment and join with family and friends to celebrate Life and Beautiful Art.Entries will reflect the artists’ unique view of what beauty is. Since beauty is in the eye of the beholder, this should prove to be an interesting show. Works will be selected through a jury process. The show will run from October 1-31 with an opening reception Friday October 3 from 5-7:30 pm.We are pleased to announce Carol Dunn as our guest juror. Carol is an award-winning printmaker, photographer and mixed media artist. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation.
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.
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.
Natureworks, 518 Forest Road (Rte. 22), Northford, CT
Children of all ages are welcome to join us for a tea party in the gardens. Cheryl Kling a local author and award winning educator will present her book Nature’s Royal Tea Party, and lead us in some fun activities.Please call to pre-register.
Breakwater Books, 81 Whitfield, Guilford, CT
Anne Kubitsky, founder of The Look for the Good Project, will be at Breakwater Books on Saturday, August 23rd from 12:00 to 2:00PM, to create an art installation here in Guilford, as well as signing copies of her latest book, What Makes You Grateful? and to answer questions to inspire everyone to look for the good around them. Look for the Good was designed to help individuals focus on gratitude- stimulating meaningful dialogue and empowering random acts of kindness worldwide. In the last two and a half years, Anne has created public installations, events, and school programming in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York, and is now producing materials to help others spread the love, too.Breakwater Books is conveniently located on the historic Green in Guilford, and books will be for sale prior to, as well as the day of the event. This program is free and open to all
Breakwater Books, 81 Whitfield St., Guilford, CT
Shoreline Community Center, 39 Hartford Ave., Old Lyme, CT
7 a.m., sponsored by the Sound View Beach Association, Inc.; (860) 434-2871.
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.
Ashlawn Farm, 78 Bill Hill Road, Lyme, CT
The United Church of Stonington, 67 Main St., Stonington Borough, CT
9 a.m.-1 p.m., rain or shine; (860) 535-2452.
, Intersection of Rte. 154 and Boston Post Rd., Old Saybrook, CT
Benefits Old Saybrook’s volunteer firefighters.
Royal Printing, 588 Boston Post Rd., Guilford, CT
Benefits North Guilford Boy Scout Troop 472.
Montowese Fire Station, 282 Quinnipiac Ave., North Haven, CT
East Haven Historical Society, 200 Tyler St., East Haven , CT
Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation Mashantucket Reservation, Shuttle Service Available from Mashantucket Pequot Museum, Foxwoods Resort Casino, The Fox Tower and Two Trees Inn, Mashantucket, CT
Bring the whole family and join the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation as they celebrate their 21st Annual Schemitzun Powwow on Saturday, August 23, from 10:00 am – 10:00 pm and Sunday, August 24, from 10:00 am – 6:00 pm at the Mashantucket Pequot Cultural Grounds. Admission is $5 per day - free parking and shuttle service will be provided at Foxwoods Resort Casino, Two Trees Inn, and the Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center.
Crystal Mall, 850 Hartford Turnpike, Waterford, CT
Crystal Mall ABC’s of Style events will include various elements to give students the social shopping experience they seek. Featured event activities were created by keeping young shoppers’ preferences top-of-mind: “style shops” and makeovers, in-store events and special retail offers, swag bag opportunities, prize giveaways, and more! John Casablancas models will freeze model the hottest back-to-school trends from LOFT, Rue 21, Payless Shoe Source, Old Navy, and other mall retailers.
Starts at The Thomas Griswold House Museum, 171 Boston Street, Guilford,
“PRIVIES TO PORTA-POTTIES” AN OUTHOUSE TOUR August 23 11-3:30 p.m. The Guilford Keeping Society invites you on a self-guided tour of local privies on Saturday, August 23 from 11-3:30 p.m. The tour starts at The Thomas Griswold House, 171 Boston Street, where tickets will be sold and programs distributed. Admission is $10 for adults and children under 16 are free. In addition to the historic outhouses, there will be other contemporary tour features with a design twist. Explore the town Green, the Cider Mill and Regicides Cellar on River Street which will also be open. This event takes place rain or shine. Go to www.guilfordkeepingsociety.com for more information.
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.
Boardwalk Area, Baptist Lane, Niantic, CT
11 a.m., Sunday morning walk followed by lunch; walk is free; sponsored by Social Connections; (860) 434-6426.
Waterford Public Library, 49 Rope Ferry Road, Waterford, CT
The Bee & Thistle Inn, 100 Lyme St., Old Lyme, CT
11 a.m.-1 p.m., introducing her newest novel, Tempting Fate; $45 includes gourmet lunch and dessert, presentation and book signing; for tickets visit: www.thebigbookclub.org.
Washington Park, Meridian Street, Groton, CT
will appeal to all ages with fun for all. The Conn-Men Street Bike Freestyle Stunt Team, an amazing and highly skilled stunt group based in Hartford, will perform. Wild Style Riders Motorcycle Club holds mini-bike stunt demonstrations & members will have their bikes on display to talk about and for children to touch; New England Cycle Works has some of their newest bikes on display; the New Haven Hot Rod Club shows off street rods; and the SECT Mustang Club rallies as part of the club’s 15th anniversary and the Ford Mustang’s 50th! Face painting and other kids activities music and grilled burgers.free with donations accepted to benefit the the Boys and Girls Club of New London.
First Baptist Church of North Stonington, 793 Pendleton Hill Road, North Stonington, CT
4-6 p.m., chicken, potato salad, corn on the cob, cranberry sauce, roll with butter, dessert; coffee, tea or lemonade; take out available; $12 adults; $6 children under 12; rain or shine.
La Grua Center, 32 Water St., Stonington, CT
5 p.m., a concert featuring music inspired by traditional American, Irish and Scottish Folk Music; Glenn Hardy, Skip McKinley and Mance Grady; free and open to the public; donations accepted; (860) 535-2300.
North Branford Congregational Church, 1680 Foxon Rd., North Branford , CT
Tickets: $15 (free for children younger than 10).
Club 24, 920 S. Colony Rd., Wallingford, CT
Requested donation: $5. Benefits the Animal Haven of North Haven.
Retired Armed Forces Association, 135 Garfield Ave., New London, CT
6 p.m., open to the public; (860) 447-0055.
Noank Baptist Church, 18 Cathedral Heights, Noank, CT
Montville VFW, 91 Raymond Hill Road, Montville, CT
7-10:30 p.m., VFW Hall, Raymond Hill Road, Montville; The Illusions Band: $12, $10 members; (860) 739-7295.
Frohsinn Hall, 54 Greenmanville Ave, Mystic, CT
Contra dancing is informal and fun--singles and beginners welcome! Basic moves workshop at 7:45. Live music with Irish and French Canadian dance tunes. Pie at the break! $10, students $5.
Starts at Thomas Griswold House, 171 Boston St., Guilford, CT
Self-guided tour of historic outhouses. Admission: $10 (free for children younger than 16).
Grove St Cemetery Tours, 227 Grove St, New Haven, CT
One (1) Hour Walking Historical Tour of New Haven Historical Persons - Eli Whitney Inventor
Chester Fairgrounds, Kirtland Tr., Chester , CT
Admission: $8 ($6 for seniors, free for children aged 12 and younger).
Westbrook Town Greeb, 1166 Boston Post Road, Westbrook, CT
Saturday August 23 from 9a.m. to 3p.m. on the Westbrook Town Green, come to town to see the Westbrook Muster featuring over 60 fife and drum corps from all over the country! Check out the Annual Church Fair on the Green where we will have crafters and vendors of all kinds, food, children's games, and an amazing tag sale featuring books and jewelry, in addition to other 'treasures'!
Westbrook Town Green, 1166 Boston Post Road, Westbrook, CT
A church fair with old-fashioned flair! Kids games, tag sale, jewelry, baked goods and crafters/vendors with unique and special items. Watch the Westbrook Muster Parade, then head to the green for lunch and some browsing.
Annual Church Fair with food, vendors, tag sale, jewelry and fun for kids!
Westbrook Town Green, 1166 Boston Post Road, Westbrook, CT
Looking for crafters/vendors who would like to display and sell their items at large annual event during Westbrook Muster Week-end. $35 reserves your spot, and applications are available on our website. Rental spaces are 10X12 feet. The muster is attended by thousands of people from all over, so it is a good opportunity to showcase your wares!
Madison Town Green, , Madison , CT
Admission: $7 ($6 with coupon, $5 for members, free for children under 13).
Westbrook Center, , Westbrook , CT
East Haven Town Green, , East Haven , CT
Free picnic for seniors with live entertainment.
Washington Park, Washington Park, Groton, CT
Motorcycle stunt show, hot rods, Mustang rally, food, music, face painting & more!
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
Coastal Chiropractic and Wellness, 15 Meigs Ave., Madison, CT
Free family activities. Registration required for free scoliosis screenings.
Waterford Public Library, 49 Rope Ferry Road, Waterford, CT
Dive into plastic containers filled with colorful building bricks and create a work of art. For children in kindergarten and up with an adult.
Greene Art Gallery Sculpture Garden, 29 Whitfield St., Guilford, CT
Free decoupage and assemblage workshop with Habitat for Artists Carmen and Rachel.
Celebrate the Mustang's 50th anniversary and the SECT Mustang Club's 15th!
Mitchell Farm Equine Retirement, 300 East Haddam Road (Rt 82), Salem, CT
Meet the majestic and original Herrmanns' Royal Lipizzan Stallions as they return for a 5th year! We'll be celebrating their story and ours. Meet the stallions, learn their incredible story & see the fabulous flying white Lipizzans perform the rare and beautiful Airs Above the Ground Mounted as seen in Walt Disney's "Miracle of the White Stallions" An event Ms Herrmann refers to as Horses Helping Horses, part of the proceeds from this event go to the retired horses at Mitchell Farm's Equine Retirement sanctuary.Show times: Friday Aug 22 @ 6 pmSaturday & Sunday Aug 23 & 24 @ 3 pm Handicap parking and assistance is available. This is an outdoor event. Please bring a blanket & or chairs, but please leave your pets at home!Tickets & details: http://mitchellfarm.org/Events.html
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.
Henry Whitfield State Museum, 248 Old Whitfield Street, Guilford, CT
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.
Essex Steam Train and Riverboat, One Railroad Avenue, Essex,
Climb aboard, take a free, self-guided tour to learn about Amtrak’s history, and catch a glimpse into the company’s future. Displays include vintage advertising, past menus and dinnerware, period uniforms, photographs, and other items of memorabilia from Amtrak’s creation in 1971 to a model of today’s modern-sleeping accommodations and high-speed rail service displays. Interactive displays include railroad horns, trivia questions, workable signals and an engineer’s stand.Join us and discover more about America’s love of trains.
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.
Brewer Pilots Point Marina, 63 Pilots Point Drive, Westbrook, CT
Sign up today to sail in the Leukemia Cup Regatta, a thrilling event that combines the joy of sailing and raising funds for blood cancer research. The regatta is sponsored by Duck Island Yacht Club, North Cove Yacht Club and Brewer Pilots Point Marina. At 4pm, all are welcome to join us for the post-race party, a fun-filled evening with a variety of food, drinks, live music and prizes! Visit www.leukemiacup.org/ct/ for more information and to register or purchase party tickets.
Hygienic Art Park, 79 Bank Street, New London,
Tickets Available Now: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/746561 “fiery brass- and gospel-infused funk”- LA TimesSister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds is a seven-piece powerhouse that puts a modern spin on classic soul. The band is led by Arleigh Kincheloe (Sister Sparrow), whose astoundingly powerful voice and sly demeanor make for a spellbinding presence onstage. She is backed by the mighty force of The Dirty Birds, a flock of seven men who masterfully lay down thundering grooves and soaring melodies. While each of the Birds are capable of lighting up the stage with jaw-dropping displays of musicianship, it’s clear they’re all focused on delivering the band’s infectious music as a single entity. Simply put, the band’s live show is explosive.
New London Moose Lodge 2652, 72 Central Avenue, new london, CT
music by Dj Voltagehttps://www.facebook.com/djVoltageKeith.Phillips
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
Red House, 158 Main St., Deep River, 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!
Lighthouse Point Park, , New Haven, CT
Meet at the Hawk Watch parking lot.
RiverQuest, Route 82, Haddam, CT
Join us aboard RiverQuest departing from Eagle Landing State Park in Haddam for a relaxing cruise south down the Connecticut River to view the Inner and Outer Lighthouses by water. Observe the beautiful, pristine river “One of the Last Great Places”, as we cruise by the towns of Haddam, East Haddam, Hadlyme, Lyme, Chester and Deep River, ultimately reaching Old Saybrook and Old Lyme at the river mouth on Long Island Sound. We will tell you about the history, ecology of the river and point out areas of interest. Bring your picnic basket if you’d like. There will be complimentary coffee and tea on board. Visit our website: ctriverquest.com to learn more and to reserve your spots with our easy on-line booking. Cost is $45. No children under 10. RiverQuest phone: 860-662-0577.
Jared Eliot Preserve, Mulberry Farms Rd., Guilford, CT
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.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.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
Weber Woods - Enter via private home, 98 Stevenstown Road, Deep River, CT
The Bridle Path Conservancy (BPC) and the Lower Connecticut River Valley Horsemen's Club welcome horseback riders, mountain bikers and walkers to a Trail Ride/Walk and BBQ on Saturday, August 23, 2014. The event will take place on the Quinimay Trail in the Weber Woods section of Cockaponset State Forest in Deep River. Start time is 10:00 a.m. and the event ends after a catered BBQ lunch provided by Hog Wild Smokin' Cue. Rain or shine. Fee: $25. Please register at bpconservancy.org before August 15.
experience the beauty and diversity of plants and wildflowers indigenous to eastern North America in the Native Plant Collection.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.
Branford High School, 185 E. Main St., Branford , CT
Drop boats off behind the high school between 9:30 and 10:15 a.m.; leave cars at Parker Park at Branford Point (shuttle available).
The Ivoryton Playhouse, 103 Main Street, Ivoryton, CT
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