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      Friday, Sep. 09, 2022, 10:00 am

      From: Sara Munro <studio33gallery@gmail.com>
      Subject: Three Friends

      Name:
      Sara Munro

      Phone Number:
      8604426355

      Event Address:
      140 Bank Street

      Event Date:
      2022-09-09

      Event Time:
      10:00 to 3:00

      Event Name:
      Three Friends

      Event Description:
      Studio 33 Art & Frame Gallery is pleased to present the Three Friends Exhibit September 9, 2022 – November 5, 2022, featuring the maritime paintings of local artists Robert J. Hauschild 1941-2012, Phil Cutting 1934-2017, and John McGuire. We welcome all visitors to the CT Maritime Heritage Festival on Sat. Sep 9, 22 through the weekend, to our maritime themed exhibit. Robert J. Hauschild’s father was a commercial artist, as a child he was given full access to paint, paper, and brushes, his favorite watercolor and acrylic paintings would include what he knew-his early playground along a river with ferries, tugs, and lighthouses. Hallmarks of his paintings are hard edges, dramatic shadows and stark contrasts between dark and light falling upon the surface of the canvas. His work has been described as surreal and mystical in style and subject. His watercolor paintings have been reproduced on four New London Main Street posters. Phil Cutting, known as “Capt. Phil” professionally, was a radio personality and marine reporter. He loved anything to do with Long Island Sound, in his retirement he volunteered at Mystic Seaport and became an avid watercolor and pastel artist. John McGuire paints watercolor landscapes and seascapes based out of the New London – Waterford, CT area, Studio 33 carries his beautiful greeting cards featuring his watercolors of local scenes as well!
      In the heart of the Historic Waterfront District Heritage Trail, New London, CT, 140 Bank St. Find us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Alignable. Phone 860-442-6355, Visit : http://www.studio33gallery.com, Email: studio33gallery@gmail.com

      Community
      Saturday, Sep. 10, 2022, 3:00 pm
      Community

      From: Ruth Way <marketing@mysticbooksinc.com>
      Subject: Debbi Michiko Florence (Sweet and Sour) Book Launch

      Name:
      Ruth Way

      Phone Number:
      8605363795

      Event Address:
      53 West Main Street

      Event Date:
      2022-09-10

      Event Time:
      3 PM

      Event Name:
      Debbi Michiko Florence (Sweet and Sour) Book Launch

      Event Description:
      Games? Prizes? Treats? I’m in! Join us in celebrating the launch of Debbi Michiko Florence’s new book Sweet and Sour. Debbi will be will be in conversation with her dear friend and long-time writing partner, author Jo Knowles.

      On the day of the event, show off your purchased copy of Sweet and Sour to Drawbridge Ice Cream, and get half off an ice cream cone!

      Community
      Saturday, Sep. 10, 2022, 3:00 pm
      Community

      From: Rachel Kwiecinski <rachel@theatreincolor.org>
      Subject: Howdyland! A New Musical in Development

      Phone Number:
      8477075675

      Event Location:
      490 East Haddam Road Salem CT 06420

      Event Date:
      2022-09-10

      Event Name:
      Howdyland! A New Musical in Development

      Event Description:
      Howdyland! A New Musical by JB Tang Jackson and Dominique Gélin

      September 10th @ 3:00 pm
      September 11th @ 2:00 pm

      Apart of Live & in Color’s 2022 Fall Retreat – Howdyland! Follows two strangers, Joss and Lou, are magically transported into a 1960s cowboy TV show called Howdyland. As they adventure through the world of Hollywood westerns to find their way home, they showdown against the big question: who gets to be a hero in the wild west? Howdyland! is a charming and hilarious musical romp through the fabled frontier with a topsy-turvy QPOC lens.

      Community
      Saturday, Sep. 10, 2022, 6:30 pm
      Community

      From: Hygienic Art <info@hygienic.org>
      Subject: [your-subject]

      Phone Number:
      8604438001

      Event Location:
      79 Bank Street, New London, CT 06320

      Event Date:
      2022-09-10

      Event Name:
      Polka Fest

      Event Description:
      Join us for a fun-filled night celebrating Polish culture, food, and music! Headlining the event is one of the finest in polka music entertainment, Dennis Polisky & the Maestro’s Men.

      The Maestro’s Men have been performing together since 1996. The musician’s unique backgrounds and experiences form the heart of the Maestro’s Men sound. Their Polka CD “Strike Up The Band” 2003 was nominated for a Grammy as part of the 46th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles California.

      Music by DJ Todd Zaganiacz
      Authentic Polish food will be catered by Clubhouse Concessions

      Presale Tickets $15
      Tickets at the Gate $20

      DETAILS:
      Date | Saturday, September 10th, 2022
      Doors Open | 6 PM
      Show Starts | 6:30 PM
      Location | Frank Loomis Palmer Amphitheater
      79 Bank Street, New London CT 06320

      Community
      Sunday, Sep. 11, 2022, 2:00 pm
      Community

      From: Rachel Kwiecinski <rachel@theatreincolor.org>
      Subject: Howdyland! A New Musical in Development

      Phone Number:
      8477075675

      Event Location:
      490 East Haddam Road Salem CT 06420

      Event Date:
      2022-09-11

      Event Name:
      Howdyland! A New Musical in Development

      Event Description:
      Howdyland! A New Musical by JB Tang Jackson and Dominique Gélin

      September 10th @ 3:00 pm
      September 11th @ 2:00 pm

      Apart of Live & in Color’s 2022 Fall Retreat – Howdyland! Follows two strangers, Joss and Lou, are magically transported into a 1960s cowboy TV show called Howdyland. As they adventure through the world of Hollywood westerns to find their way home, they showdown against the big question: who gets to be a hero in the wild west? Howdyland! is a charming and hilarious musical romp through the fabled frontier with a topsy-turvy QPOC lens.

      Visit liveandincolor.org for more info and tickets.

      Community
      Community

      From: Karla <karla@stoningtonfreelibrary.org>
      Subject: THE LIFE & LEGACY OF SAMSON OCCOM, PRESENTED BY G. THOMAS COUSER

      Name:
      Karla

      Phone Number:
      8605350658

      Event Address:
      20 High Street, Stonington

      Event Date:
      2022-09-11

      Event Time:
      5pm

      Event Name:
      THE LIFE & LEGACY OF SAMSON OCCOM, PRESENTED BY G. THOMAS COUSER

      Event Description:
      Did you know?
      Samson Occom
      Raised the core of the endowment for Dartmouth College on a tour of the British Isles in the 1760s
      Was the first Native American to be ordained as a Protestant clergyman.
      Learned Greek, Latin, and some Hebrew.
      Composed a book of hymns that was published in New London by Timothy Green.
      Helped found a pan-tribal Christian community on Oneida land in New York.
      Is considered by some to be the father of Native American literature.

      1. Thomas Couser will discuss these accomplishments, and more.

      After graduation from Dartmouth College (1968), where he majored in English, G. Thomas Couser received his Ph.D. in American Civilization at Brown University. After teaching English and American Studies at Connecticut College, he went to Hofstra in 1982. In addition to being a professor of English, he has served as Director of American Studies and Director of Disability Studies, a program he initiated in 2003.

      His primary teaching interests are in American literature (especially Native American literature), life writing, and disability studies. He has been awarded three Fellowships by the National Endowment for the Humanities, and he is the author of Altered Egos: Authority in American Autobiography (Oxford, 1989), Recovering Bodies: Illness, Disability, and Life Writing (Wisconsin, 1997), Vulnerable Subjects: Ethics and Life Writing (Cornell, 2004), and Signifying Bodies: Disability and Contemporary Life Writing (Michigan, 2009).