A total of 11 events have been found.
Crystal Mall, Route 85, Waterford, CT
annual traveling exhibit by the Connecticut Department of Children & Families to raise awareness about children who are available for adoption; through Jan. 1; (617) 488-2876.
Connecticut River Artisans Cooperative, Inc., 5 West Main Street , Chester,
opening reception 2-5 p.m. Nov. 5; ;show runs through Dec. 30; The show will continue through December 30, with a Friday, December 2 Reception at 5-8pm. This reception will be in conjunction with Chester's Townwide Holiday Night, which includes the Annual Tree Lighting and Caroling. Some of this year's Holiday exhibitors include Lucille Scelfo of North Branford. Lucille designs Hand painted, Marbled 100% Silk scarves, men's ties and other accessories. Amber Golanski, of East Hampton, is a new Holiday exhibitor with her original, hand-dyed toddler clothing. The Bunny Barn designs are all originals. Barbara Delicata, of Higganum, is a returning Pottery exhibitor. Her bowls and plates have been popular items.
(860) 526-5575 www.ctriverartisans.org
Kehler Liddell Gallery, 873 Whalley Avenue, New Haven, CT
Kehler Liddell Gallery presents “It’s A Wonderful Price,” a holiday exhibit featuring fine art for every palette and every purse. The Walls of Affordable Treasures include paintings, photographs, sculptures, and drawings by twenty-five diverse Connecticut artists. Artwork is “priced to move” so shop for yourself while shopping for gift giving.
Opening Reception: Sunday, November 20, 3-6 p.m.
Lyme Art Association, 90 Lyme St., Old Lyme, CT
The Lyme Art Association’s annual show and sale featuring more than 200 works of art in all sizes and mediums by member artists. On View: Nov. 18 through Jan. 7. Opening reception: Friday, Dec. 2, 5 - 7 p.m.; Free, with contributions greatly appreciated.
Smith Library, Northford Center, Northford (part of North Branford), CT
Oil paintings by Rosemary Serfilippi, Smith Library, Northford Center, 3 Old Post Road, Northford, Ct.
Fridays, 9 a.m. until 6 p.m.; Saturdays, 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; Sundays, closed.
Sankow's Beaver Brook Farm, 139 Beaver Brook Road, Lyme, CT
held Saturday and Sunday; sheep shearing, wool spinning, free wagon rides (Sat. only), and more; (860) 434-2843.
Christ Church, 7 Elm St., Westerly, RI
The Annual Festival of Lesson and Carols for Advent at Christ Church Westerly, will be held on Sunday, Nov. 27th at 5 pm. The Festival will feature choral music by the Christ Church Choir, congregational singing of Advent carols, and the reading of the lessons foretelling the coming of the Christ child. The Festival is modeled on the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols first held on Christmas Eve in 1918 at King’s College Chapel in Cambridge, England, has been described as one that presents the story of the coming and birth of Christ in an ambience of “mystery, splendor, hope and joy”. Following the service will be a reception in the parish hall. Are are welcome and the event is free.
The Hadlyme Public Hall, Route 148 and Joshuatown Road , Hadlyme; , CT
4-8 p.m., opens with a wine reception and an opportunity to meet the artists; also 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat. and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sun.; www.hadlymehall.com.
INCITE Wellness Center, 208 Otrobando Avenue, Norwich, CT
to benefit "Connected Hearts", a free services program for people with cancer; handmade crafts, music, baked goods and more; (860) 889-4690.
Foxwoods Resort Casino-Great Cedar Exhibition Area, 39 Norwich Westerly Rd., North Stonington, CT
Direct from the Althorp Estate in England comes an award-winning exhibition featuring more than 150 personal objects celebrating the life and work of Diana, Princess of Wales, including her royal wedding gown, 28 designer dresses, family heirlooms, personal mementos, and rare home movies. This will be the only Northeastern engagement.
Commuter Lot, Off of Exit 70, Old Lyme, CT
Join the annual Old Saybrook Land Trust Sunday, Nov. 27, 1
p.m., weather permitting. Walk along the Old Lyme shoreline from White Sands Beach to Griswold Point and back for a great off-season beach stroll with natural history narration and some speculation about sea level rise. Judy Preston (Tidewater
Institute)and Barbara Guenther will lead the walk. If the weather is too challenging for a November beach walk, we'll head inland, and upland, to the Champlain Farms preserve, also in Old Lyme. This site affords a more protected walk through the woods, with access to hills, ledges and small streams. Meet, 1 p.m., I-95 park and ride in Old Lyme (exit 70) and carpool to the site. Wear: walking shoes, layers; bring water, walking stick, and PLEASE, no dogs.