A total of 60 events have been found.
Lyme Public Hall, 249 Hamburg Road, Lyme,
Ann Lightfoot, jewelry; Don Gerber, woodturning; Angie Falstrom, watercolors, etc; Stephen Evankow, stone bird baths; Diana Lord, pressed botanicals; Lina Tuck, felted bags; Tina West, hand knitting; Roger Clements, maquettes; Elin Larson, hand weaving. Sponsored by the Lyme Public Halll also 10-4 Sat.
Susan Powell Fine Art, 679 Boston Post Road, Madison, CT
Guilford Art Center, 411 Church Street, Guilford, CT
Opening reception for Guilford Art Center's annual holiday event, featuring one-of-a-kind, handmade crafts by 250 artists from across America: ceramics, glass, jewelry, fiber, ornaments, accessories, toys, specialty foods, and more.
During Artistry, works spill from the shop into the gallery at the Center, making for a bountiful and festive display of fine craft objects. Scores of new artists will have their work featured this year, offering shoppers a huge array of unique gift ideas. New works are added throughout the course of the show. Proceeds benefit the exhibiting artists and Guilford Art Centers educational and community programs.
Artistry runs through January 5. Hours are Monday through Saturday 10am-5:30pm and Sunday 12-5pm.
Guilford Art Center, 411 Church Street, Guilford, CT
Alexey von Schlippe Gallery of Art, Uconn, AVery Point, 1084 Shennecossett Rd./Branford House, Groton, CT
opens with a reception from 6-8 p.m. Nov. 1; through Sunday, December 15th.
The November 1st Reception is open to the public and will feature live music with the Bill Morrison & Kent Hewett Jazz Duo
The AvS Gallery is proud to present an exhibition featuring the work of
4 outstanding Artists:
Copie of New Jersey, born in 1962 of Dominican parents in Washington Heights, New York City is a realistic mixed media painter who describes his work this way. "The source for the majority of my concepts, originate by simply walking around in the streets, riding public transportation and observing. I use photography and sketching for reference, then document it on canvas/wood panel, with my own perspective".
Lisa Lim of New York City, a talented young illustrator as well as a writer and cartoonist, grew up listening to magical storytellers like her Chinese grandmother and her Puerto Rican stepmother. She was immersed in many cultures and has tried to capture this unique experience through odd and funny pictures and words. Her fiction and art have appeared in several publications and just finished illustrating a childrens book called Soma So Strange written by Carrie Rosten.
Irene Miller of Woodbridge, CT is a mixed media artist. She describes her visually beautiful work as influenced by Post Minimalism and Neo-Geo and focuses on the geometry of circles, rectangles, squares and stripes as conceptual structure to a series of individual ideas. Layering forms relationships, and mark-making can detail patterns that are experiential in life.
Brad Guarino, of New London, CT is Painter whose figurative work focuses in on male images and cultural stereotypes of what that means. Through a collage/painting process he references how boys form their concept of male rolesby piecing together the perceived characteristics of cultural icons and stereotypes with those of influential men in their lives.
Gallery Hours are Wed. Sun., noon to 4PM
Norwich Arts Center, 62 Broadway, Norwich, CT
The arts collaborative, The Red Fork Empire, After their wildly popular Providence WaterFire show, will present The Red Fork Empire Embassy to Steampunk- N.A.C. Edition, a gallery exhibition showcase that will present works of the group as well as others in the steampunk community on Friday November 1st with an extended closing date December 1st. The event will be open from 12 p.m. - 4 p.m. on Wednesday-Saturday and 2 p.m. - 8 p.m. on December 1st. In addition to sculpture, photography, and paintings, there will also be strolling steampunk characters to interact with attendees both inside The Norwich Arts Center as well as throughout Downtown Norwich. Dressing up is encouraged. The gallery is free, appropriate for all ages, and open to the public.
Downtown Norwich Arts District, 40-62 Broadway & 200-261 Main St., Norwich, CT
Norwich Arts Center - Steampunk by artists from the Red Fork Empire. Fashion & artwork combined with romance & technology influenced by modern conveniences, futurism, & time travel.
Reliance House Gallery - Rebekah Church, Art Inspired By Nature. Rebekah uses a variety of medias including acrylics, pastels, oils, ink, & pen to capture the beauty of animals & nature.
Otis Library - Arrested Development: Norwich Brownfields Photographs by Therese Carlos.
Panel Discussion: 7:00 PM
This exhibit presents photographs of 10 sites scattered throughout the city. Both an aesthetic experience & exploration of an important political issue.
Wauregan Gallery - Jamie Lazarony in Key Signatures
Donald Oat Theater
8:00 pm - Atwater-Donnelly, an American and Celtic folk music and dance duo.
The Lyman Allyn Art Museum, 625 Williams Street, New London, CT
Fascinated by the anatomy and movement of living creatures, Kitty Wales creates sculpture and installation art based on her direct observations of animals. She has traveled to the Scottish Hebrides to study wild goats, the Spanish Pyrenees to observe bearded vultures, and the Caribbean to document reef sharks in their underwater habitat. As part of a collaboration between the Lyman Allyn Art Museum and the Mystic Aquarium, Wales visited the Aquarium to observe their collection of marine life, taking photographs and preparing sketches that would later fuel her creations in the studio. Inspired by the textural, feathery forms of the lionfish, Wales then set to work envisioning a site-specific installation intended for the Lyman Allyn. Three larger-than-life lionfish sculptures constructed of welded steel, heavy paper, and recycled pencils will transform the gallery into a “deep-sea” environment for visitors of all ages.
Lyman Allyn Art Museum, 625 Williams Street, New London,
Lyman Allyn presents Greasy Luck! The Whaling World of the Charles W. Morgan through June 5, 2014. The exhibit looks at how whaling, its myths and reality, risk and reward, left its mark on Connecticut and American identity.
Art Gallery at the Mill House, 5 West Main St., Chester, CT
Holiday Group Exhibition
Nov 1 - Dec 22, 2013
Art Gallery at the Mill House, Chester, CT
Featuring works of art by eleven local artists
Up to $250
Reception and Holiday Night in Chester
Fri, Dec 6, 2013
5 - 8 pm
Meet and greet the artists and tour the town to enjoy the holiday decorations, shop and gallery receptions, town Christmas tree lighting, and caroling.
Jay Babina, Pam Carlson, Margaret B. Dean, Drew Lantrip, Christina Grace Mastrangelo, Nicholas McNally, Eleanor Pringle, Beverly Schirmeier, David Stumpo, Ann Vaillencourt, Jane M. White
Wed - Sun, 11 am - 5 pm
The Mystic Arts Center, 9 Water Street , Mystic ,
The 35th Annual Photo Show is Mystic Arts Centers annual photo show open to all artists with an emphasis on original imagery.
100 Years of Photography is a special exhibition of historical photographs in celebration of MACs centennial. This exhibit features over 40 black and white images of the Mystic area throughout the early part of the twentieth century selected from the Mystic River Historical Society archives.
Wall Street Gallery, 91 Wall Street, Madison, CT
Fresh Ayer Gallery, 19 Halls Road, Old Lyme, CT
Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center, 110 Pequot Trail, Mashantucket, CT
Native New England Now: Celebrating Six Years of NEFAs Native Arts Program
The Pequot Museum and the New England Foundation for the Arts present Native New England Now, an exhibit highlighting the work of regional Native artists with additional pieces from the Museums collection. Free with Museum admission, free to Museum members.
Otis Library, 261 Main St., Norwich, CT
Friday, Nov. 1: 6-8 p.m., reception; 7 p.m., panel discussion; Norwich Brownfields Photographed by Therese Carlos; compelling photographs of about 10 sites scattered throughout the City; (860) 614-7200 or email: email@example.com.
La Grua Center, 32 Water St., Stonington, CT
5-7 p.m., New England Printmakers Art Exhibit Opening Reception; open to the public; free; donations accepted; (860) 535-2300.
Old Saybrook Fire Dept. Headquarters, 310 Main Street, Old Saybrook, CT
East Lyme Public Library, 39 Society Road, East Lyme, CT
Mondays, 5-9 p.m.
Tuesdays, 9 a.m.-noon
Fridays, 9 a.m.-noon
Greg Rice will demonstrate use of the library's e-books; bring e-readers and questions; call to register for one-on-one help session; (860) 739-6926.
St. John's Episcopal Church, 3 Trumbull Place, North haven, CT
St. John's Episcopal Churchs Community Suppers are held each Friday evening from 6 to 7 through the school year, with the exception of Friday, November 8, 2013. All members of the community are invited for companionship along with a nutritious supper. Community Suppers provide
welcome relief from eating alone at home, with wholesome, nutritious food. The menu includes items such as homemade soups or fresh salads in the warmer months, pasta dishes, meat loaf or egg salad sandwiches, seasonal fresh fruit and fresh baked desserts. Donations to defray the cost of the meals are welcome but not required. 35-40 people per week
One attendee says, As a North Haven citizen, I enjoy coming to the St. Johns Friday Night Community Suppers because of the fellowship and
the kindness and warmth of the people there. I am not a member of St. Johns but I enjoy it so much. The food every week is a delicious surprise!
Community Suppers also provide an opportunity for people looking for a way to give back to their community. The volunteers who cook, serve and clean-up are not only parishioners, but neighbors of St. Johns as well. For more information, call 203-239-0178 or visit http://www.stjohns-northhaven.org/
VFW, Raymond Hill Road, Uncasville, CT
7-11 a.m., Falling Leaves dance; music by "The Route 2 Band"; 50/50 raffle; bring snacks; $10; $12 non-members; (860) 444-0400.
Groton Senior Center, 102 Newtown Road, Groton, CT
4-5 p.m., $60 per 8-week session; open to all; Mon. Wed. and Fri.; firstname.lastname@example.org; (860) 441-6785.
Estuary Council of Seniors, 220 Main St., Old Saybrook, CT
8:45-9:45 a.m., $5 per class; wear loose, comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat; Friday mornings; (860) 388-1611.
St. Mary Star of the Sea, 10 Huntington, New London, CT
St. Mary Star of the Sea hall, 10 Huntington St., New London; 8 pm on Nov. 1; annual Halloween-season production of Shakespeare’s bloody classic; ; also 7 p.m. Nov. 2 and 3; $12, $10 student, seniors; (860) 443-3119.
Second Congregational Church, 45 Broad St, New London, CT
Jordan Park House, Avery Lane, Waterford,
new members always welcome
Westbrook Senior Center, 866 Boston Post Road, Westbrook, CT
VNA Community Healthcare hosts this specially designed Tai Chi program to help keep your joints healthy, improve balance and mobility. Class for all levels starts on September 20 and runs for 12 weeks on Fridays from 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. at the Westbrook Senior Center, 866 Boston Post Rd. Must be 60 years or older to participate. Cost for the series is only $25 for those who participate in the fall prevention screening funded by the CT Collaboration for Fall Prevention at Yale University School of Medicine through the Aging Services Division of the CT DSS.
East Lyme Public Library, 39 Society Road, Niantic, CT
860-575-9593 for information or questions.
Webster Bank, 1069 Boston Post Road, Guilford, CT
Westerly Senior Center, 39 State St., Westerly, CT
8-10:30 p.m., with caller Matt McGovern and cuer Margene Jervis; Theme: Food Bank Collection; $6; free observers; (860) 245-0164.
Upper Deck Sports Bar and Grill, 359 Boston Post Road, Westbrook, CT
— 8 p.m., Upper Deck Sports Bar, 359 Boston Post Road, Westbrook; paranormal encounters halloween bash, costume party, ghost hunting; free; (860) 235-2475.
Groton Congregational Church, 162 Monument St., , CT
Pawcatuck Neighborhood Center, 27 Chase St., Pawcatuck, CT
9-10 a.m., strength & balance;
9:30 a.m., shopping at Stop & Shop, Pawcatuck;
10:15 a.m.-11:15 a.m., writing group;
noon, Friday Afternoon at the Movies with refreshments;
MON, OCT. 14 (COLUMBUS DAY) - CLOSED
WED., NOV. 27 - CLOSED AT NOON
THURS., NOV. 28 - CLOSED AT NOON
FRI., NOV. 29 (THANKSGIVING) - CLOSED AT NOON
Lyme Art Association, 90 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, CT
In this threeday workshop, Caleb will help you take an honest look at the landscape and create a rich palette with an emphasis on techniques to obtain the right value. Guidance will be given in color mixing to create unique and interesting ways to achieve color harmony using the primaries red, yellow, and blue. Caleb will begin each day with a demonstration, lead the class with time for individual attention, and end the workshop with a group critique. All levels and mediums welcome.Working primarily in oil, but also in watercolor and pastel, Caleb is a representational-impressionist painter focusing on New England landscapes and marine scenes.
St. John's Episcopal Church, Main & Cross Streets, Essex, CT
The Sale is on Friday & Saturday, November 1st & 2nd from 9:00 to 2:00. This huge sale has way too many items to list – everything from household appliances, books, clothing, electrical appliances, & tools. 100’s of items are priced under $10.
Cider, hotdogs and donuts for sale both days. Bake Sale on Saturday. All items are half price after 12 on Saturday, except Essex Attic; 860-767-8095
Acton Public library, 60 Old Boston post road, Old saybrook, CT
Stories, songs, hand rhymes, creative activities, and lots of fun! Every Friday morning. Ages 2-5. Bring your lunch and stay for a movie beginning in July.
On Friday, July 19 at 10:30 a.m. , Rocky the Rock Cats baseball team mascot, will visit.
Salem Free Public Library, 264 Hartford Road, Salem, CT
story and craft; free; (860) 859-1130.
Salem Free Public Library, 264 Hartford Road, Salem, CT
story and craft; free; (860) 859-1130.
Old Lyme Phoebe Griffin Noyes Library, 2 Library Lane, Old Lyme, CT
Ellie Toy will be performing stories with the theme “the great and powerful”. This event will honor Rosalind Hinman, former Trustee of the Old Lyme PGN Library and active member of the Connecticut Storytelling Center.
Currently residents of New Haven, Rosalind (Ro) Hinman and her husband,Richard, made their home in Old Lyme for more than 30 years and raised their four children here. For many of those years Ro - a graduate of the Central School of Speech and Drama, London - worked as a storyteller; first
with the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's outreach program, and later with the Connecticut Storytelling Center, bringing stories to libraries, schools and other venues, all over CT. She continues to be one of the organizers of the Connecticut Storytelling Festival at Connecticut College.
The Children's Workshop, 42 Franklin Street, Westerly,
Now that Halloween has passed,
What about all that candy? We asked.
A little is yummy,
But too much in your tummy
Will lead to a belly ache fast.
So donate some candy to the troops overseas.
Send your Snickers, your Reeses and your Smarties.
A note would be nice,
For they pay such a price,
And deserve a sweet little reprieve.
Donate your Halloween Candy to any Childrens Workshop locations, and receive a free children's book! All of the candy that we collect will be shipped to the troops serving overseas via Operation Gratitude.
You must bring in at least 30 pieces of candy to swap for a book. Of course, we appreciate the donation, even if you don't want a book. The Candy Collection will take place Nov. 1-8 at The Children's Workshop 42 Franklin Street in Westerly.
Riverside Fire House, 82 Short Beach RD, East Haven, CT
EHFD Vol Co 1 Adult Halloween Party Fundraiser
Friday, November 1st
Riverside Fire House, 82 Short Beach Rd
$20.00 per person**
Includes setups, beer, dj, and costume contests.
Tickets can be purchased by contacting Ralph Vuolo 203-395-1793 or emailing us at email@example.com
** MUST BE 18 OR OLDER TO ATTEND.
VNA Community Healthcare, 2319 Whitney Avenue, Hamden, CT
VNA Community Healthcare hosts a 12 week Tai Chi program at VNA Community Healthcare, 2319 Whitney Avenue, on Tuesdays and Fridays starting September 17, to help keep your joints healthy, improve balance and mobility. Advanced class is 9:00 10:00 a.m.; beginner class is 10:15 11:15 a.m.
$25 for residents, $35 for nonresidents due to funding by the CT Collaboration for Fall Prevention at Yale University School of Medicine through the Aging Services Division of the CT DSS.
Call 203.458.4351 to register. More information can be found on VNA Community Healthcares website: ConnecticutHomecare.org
Woodwinds, 29 Schoolground Rd., Branford, CT
Benefits the CFMS Fund.
VNA Community Healthcare, 753 Boston Post Road, Guilford, CT
Always wanted to try ZUMBA? VNA Community Healthcare offers this fun, energizing exercise program for all levels. Ten week class starts on September 13 and is held every Friday from 9:30 10:30 a.m. at 753 Boston Post Road.
Cost is $50 for series. Call 203.458.4351 to register.
More information can be found on VNA Community Healthcares website: ConnecticutHomecare.org.
Westbrook Elks Lodge, 142 Seaside Avenue, Westbrook, CT
Tickets: $35 ($30 in advance). Benefits Wounded Warriors.
Wheeler Library, 101 Main St., North Stonington, CT
East Haddam Stage company stages their production of a live-action radio drama; director Kandie Carle will discuss actor William Gillette and his creation of Sherlock Holmes; free; (860) 535-0383.
Venice Restaurant , 165 Shore Road, Westerly,
Coastline Swing Band
Takes place on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month from 7:30-9:30 pm
Dine and dance with no cover charge!!
La Luna Ristorante, 168 N. Main Street, Branford, CT
Connecticut College, Evans Hall in Cummings Arts Center, 270 Mohegan Avenue, New London, CT
concert will include works by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and CPE Bach performed on period instruments by Yi-heng Yang, fortepiano; Daniel Lee, violin; and Hannah Collins, cello. For more information, contact Terry Wisniewski at firstname.lastname@example.org. This event is part of the College’s Dayton Early Music Series
Frohsinn Hall, 39 Greenmanville Ave, Mystic, CT
Sat. May 25 and every 4th Saturday. Singles and Beginners welcome! The Mystic Contra Dance is informal and fun—live music, and the caller teaches every dance. You can learn the basic moves in fifteen minutes! Beginner lesson at 7:45. It's quite aerobic, so wear cool clothing and comfortable soft-soled shoes. Every 4th Saturday in Mystic. Look for Mystic Contra Dance on Facebook.
Venice Restaurant, 165 Shore Road, Westerly, RI
Dine and Dance. The Coastline Swing Band has 18 swinging musicians, including a vocalist, five saxes, eight brass and four rhythm. We cover the big band repertory, from the nostalgic hits of the 40s and 50s, to some very up-to-date funk and rock.
Emmanuel Church, 50 Emmanuel Church Road, Killingworth, CT
Cost: $10 (free for children).
The Side Door Jazz Club, 85 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, CT
Ivory Restaurant and Pub, 1 Kirtland Street, Deep River, CT
The Audubon Shop, 907 Boston Post Rd, Madison, CT
The Audubon Shop, 907 Boston Post Rd. in Madison CT, conducts fall bird walks at Hammonasset Beach State Park every Saturday throughout the fall, from 8-10:30 am. Migrating hawks, eagles, owls, shorebirds, waterbirds, and songbirds can all be seen at one of Connecticut's premier birding "hot spots".
Walks at Hammonasset will be held each Saturday 9/7 through Nov. 23, 2013.
Participants will meet at The Audubon Shop parking lot at 7:50 am, and carpool to the park. Wait for Jerry in the parking lot at the shop.
$4.00 charge per person.
Beginners are welcome.
Binocular rentals available.
For further information, call Jerry at the shop at (203) 245-9056.
South County Seadevils, 16 Maybrey Drive, Westerly, RI
South County Seadevils girls softball organization is competitive travel fast pitch softball organization, we are currently looking for girl's ages 10 and under for the 2014 summer softball season. For more information please call Jeremy Emard at (401) 741-9213 or email email@example.com.
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CT Fusion 14u is looking for a pitcher for spring/summer travel ball. Team is going to Nationals in Pennsylvania in July. If interested, call Joel (860) 235-0623 or Gary at (401) 741-4806.
Chester Meeting House, 4 Liberty Street, Chester, CT
The Meeting House Players presents Ken Ludwigs comedy Moon Over Buffalo at the Meeting House on 4 Liberty Street in Chester,CT. Performances are Nov. 1, 2, 8 & 9, 2013 at 8pm nightly & at 2pm on Sat., Nov. 9, 2013. "Moon Over Buffalo" spotlights a talented ensemble of area actors featuring David Cardone, Nancy Sumner Williams, Maggie McGlone-Jennings, Daniel Nischan, Vanessa Vradenburgh, James Margelony, Jim Latimer and Beth Nischan. Directed by Chester resident Debbie Alldredge. Tickets for Moon Over Buffalo are on sale now. To reserve either open seating tickets ($10 each) or preferred seating tickets ($15 each) call Deb Alldredge at 860-526-3684. Unreserved tickets available at the door. Cash/Check ONLY. No Credit Cards. 860-526-3684 or Deb@DebAlldredge.com for more info.
Playhouse on Park, 244 Park Rd., West Hartford, CT
WEST HARTFORD, CT-Get ready for a frightfully good time as the cast of Mama D's Outrageous Romp takes the stage for a Halloween inspired event. This performance is for ages 18 and up only, due to content. 21 and up are invited to BYOB. All audience members are encouraged to wear Halloween costumes - cast members will vote for Best Costume! Performances are Friday, November 1st at 9:00 pm and Saturday, November 2nd at 7:30 pm and 11:00 pm. Tickets are general admission; $10 if purchased before MIDNIGHT on October 31st, $15 if purchased on show days. For more information, visit www.playhouseonpark.org, or call 860-523-5900 x10.
Connecticut College, Martha Myers Dance Studio in the College Center at Crozier-Williams, 270 Mohegan Avenue, New London, CT
Select students have choreographed dance works from many genres for this performance.
The Norma Terris Theatre, 33 North Main St., Chester, CT
This romantic comedy blends some of the best-loved music from composer Stephen Schwartz’s Broadway shows (Wicked, Pippin, Godspell, The Baker’s Wife) with some of his lesser known gems. You’ll meet Sue and Dan, a couple who after 20 years of marriage, have drifted apart. Together they discover a box of photographs which leads them to relive the memories of their past selves captured in the snapshots; $44
Wednesday 2:00 & 7:30 pm
Thursday 7:30 pm
Friday 8:00 pm
Saturday 3:00 & 8:00 pm
Sunday 2:00 & 6:30 pm