A total of 43 events have been found.
Alexey Von Schlippe Gallery of Art, 1084 Shennecossett Road, Groton, CT
begins Feb. 25; Opening Reception Friday March 2nd from 6-8 PM; through Sunday, April 8 .
The March 2nd Reception is open to the public and will feature live music with the Bill Morrison & Kent Hewitt Jazz Duo
Frank Bruckman of New Haven; Scott Kahn of Old Lyme and Rick Silberberg of Ivoryton; Wed. – Sunday, noon to 4 p.m.;
*Members and students are Free, Non- Members $3.
For more info: 860-405-9052
Lyme Art Association, 90 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, CT
Travel and vacation scenes by member artists, as well as a special exhibition by the prestigious Connecticut Society of Portrait Artists in the Goodman Gallery. A special exhibition of charcoal, pencil and pen and ink drawings by member artists will also be on display. Opening Reception: Friday, March 9, 6 - 8pm.
City Gallery, 994 State Street, New Haven, CT
An exhibition of collographic prints by Freddi Elton. Runs through March 25.
Javapalooza Cafe, 330 Main Street, Middletown, CT
Works by Phyllis Bevington and Maureen Tarbox. Runs through March 31.
New Haven Lawn Club, 193 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT
Runs through April 29.
Mystic Arts Center, 9 Water Street, Mystic,
"Young At Art" gives children and teens the opportunity to hang their artwork in a professional gallery setting among the work of their peers. The exhibition is sponsored by Dominion, Steamboat Inn and the family of Lil Maxwell.
The Gallery of Fine Arts@venetucci Home, 433 Boston Post Road, Westbrook, CT
Runs through Sunday, March 18.
Susan Powell Fine Arts, 679 Boston Post Road, Madison, CT
Works by David Dunlop. Runs through March 31.
Atwater Memorial Library, 1720 Foxon Road (route 80), North Branford, CT
Abstract paintings in oil and acrylic by Pritchard and woodworking items by Garitta. Runs through March.
Congregatin Beth Shalom Rodfe Zedek Gallery, 55 East Kings Highway, Chester, CT
Runs through third week of April. Zilker's works may be purchased through the synagogue office.
Simply Pearls at the Shops at Water's Edge, 1587 Boston Post Road, Westbrook, CT
Features oils in new still lives, new landscapes, and Asian art. Runs through April 30.
studio33, 140 Bank Street, New London, CT
Studio 33 presents “Winter on the Shore”, a collective group of area artist’s work-photography, oils, watercolors, mixed media and acrylics. The exhibition includes the work of the late Robert Hauschild – lighthouses on bricks and lighthouse watercolors. This show runs through March 21.
Gallery hours: Tues, Wed, Fri 9 – 5, Thurs 9 – 7, Sat 10 – 3.
Guilford Art Center, 411 Church Street, Guilford, CT
Features works by artists who have taught at the Center. Runs through Sunday, March 18.
Essex Coffe & Tea, 51 Main Street, Essex, CT
Works by Westbrook Artist Lisa Fatone. Runs through March 29.
Water's Edge Resort & Spa, 1525 Boston Post Road, Westbrook, CT
Runs through March.
Guilford Free Library, 67 Park Street, Guilford, CT
Features New England landscapes and still lives in oils and pastels. Runs through March 31.
Knights of Columbus Museum, 1 State Street, New Haven, CT
Runs through Sept. 16.
First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, 694 Trumbull Hwy, Lebanon , CT
Sunday, March 18 at 2pm
Old Fashioned Sing –Along
Held at the First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall
694 Trumbull Hwy
Come along to sing or just listen
There is no charge for this event
Sponsored by Lebanon Historical Society Museum
and in part by the Connecticut Humanities Council
For more information call 860-642-6579
All Souls Congregation (Unity Hall, at the back), 19 Jay Street, New London, CT
Public Meeting with videos, plans, and ideas describing why and how 100+ communities in this country are sharing housing costs, resources, and energy to create sustainable, economical, friendly, diverse, multi-generational, and participatory cohousing projects. Private living quarters with shared gardens, workshops, laundry, and other living spaces are all member-owned and planned. This is not a commune and not another condo complex. It was a Danish idea, and it may be an answer to the current concerns in this country about the economy, the climate, and the cost of oil. A handful of local residents are interested in building such a community and looking for like-minded visionaries to help bring it to life in this area.
VFW Post 10153, 315 Essex Road, Old Saybrook, CT
Menu includes eggs to order, toast, bacon, sausage, hash, home fries, french toast, coffee, tea, and juices. Cost: $6 (adults); $3 (children).
Christ Church, 7 Elm St., Westerly, RI
The Peace and Justice Group at Christ Church Westerly are showing the film “I AM” on Sunday, March 18th at 4pm. The film explores what happened to filmmaker Tom Shadyac after a cycling accident left him incapacitated, possibly for good. Though he ultimately recovered, he emerged a changed man. Disillusioned with life on the A-list, he sold his house, moved to a mobile home community, and decided to start life anew. Armed with nothing but his innate curiosity and a camera crew, Shadyac embarks upon a journey to discover how he as an individual, and we as a race, can improve the way we live. Appearing on-screen as character, commentator, guide, and even, at times, guinea pig, Shadyac meets with a variety of thinkers and doers--remarkable men and women from the worlds of science, philosophy, and faith.
Medad Stone Tavern, 197 Three Mile Course, Guilford, CT
Learn about the hundreds of diaries, letters and other documents that reveal the life of two Guilford families over the course of 200 years. Tours of Tavern provided. Refreshments served. Free.
Cedar Woods, 80 Cedar Street, Branford, CT
Why be happy? Why not? You will live longer, reduce anger, and have less stress. You'll have better focus, better patience, enhanced relationships and enjoy your life while enriching others with your happiness. Learn to use happiness to make a positive difference in your life and in the life of others! Happiness Club meetings will give you a rational, common sense approach to accept a positive view of life and deal with the things you cannot change. We'll have speakers at our monthly meetings who will guide you on your journey toward happiness.
Lionel Ketchian recognizes the importance of understanding happiness because he made the Happiness Decision 15 years ago. Now that he has reached the age of 60, he realizes that it is the best decision he has ever made. He wrote the "Happiness Formula" and has a "One Step Method for Happiness." He believes that happiness can change the world, one person at a time, starting with oneself. Founder of the Happiness Club, in Fairfield,Connecticut in 1999, Lionel hosts free monthly Happiness Club meetings to discuss the many benefits of happiness and their role in individual wellness.
Lionel will join us at our March meeting to share thoughts on how to "get happy" (I borrowed that from the Partridge Family)! For more info on Lionel see his website: http://happinessclub.com/index.html
Beth El Keser Israel, 85 Harrison Street, New Haven, CT
The Jewish Genealogical Society of Connecticut will present “How to Uncover Your Family Roots: A Jewish Genealogy Workshop” on Sunday, March 18, at 1:30 pm, in the library of Congregation Beth El–Keser Israel (BEKI) in New Haven. BEKI is located at 85 Harrison Street, at Whalley Avenue. The free workshop is co-sponsored by BEKI and by the Jewish Historical Society of Greater New Haven and is open to all.
The purpose of the workshop is to help participants learn how to uncover their family roots. Board members of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Connecticut will conduct the session. To research the history of their families, board members have used the Internet, archives, libraries, and government record depositories in the United States, Israel, and other countries.
James Blackstone Memorial Library - Auditorium, 758 Main Street, Branford, CT
One-act plays by local writers include Starting Again by Mark Lambeck, Startgame by Joan Rawlings of Guilford, How I Started FIGHT4U.COM by Orna Rawls, and Going Live by Tom Rushen. Suggested donation: $5 (at door).
Medad Stone Tavern, 197 Three Mile Course, Guilford, CT
Visit Guilford's historic Tavern to learn about the hundreds of fascinating diaries, letters, and other documents that reveal the life of two Guilford families over the course of 200 years. Hear Joel Helander, Guilford's Town Historian, discuss the collection of 5,000 glass photo negatives that shed light on life in early Guilford. Tour the Taverns, and stay for refreshments.
Henry Carter Hull Library, 10 Killingworth Tpke, Clinton, CT
Peg Walker Lupone gives an illustrated presentation about her family's Clinton Department Store. Open to Public.
Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge, 733 Old Clinton Road, Westbrook, CT
Guest speaker: Patricia Laudano, naturalist and environmental educator. PowerPoint presentation followed by field walk. Free. No registration required.
Annex Cllub, 554 Woodward Ave, New Haven/East Haven, CT
Welcome to Connecticut's largest Coin and Currency Show. This event is on the third Sunday of every month. The show has been around for 7 years now. The show takes place at the Annex Club in New Haven and is handicap accessible and with plently of free parking. There is NO ADMISSION FEE. We have dealers from all over the Tri-state area. So whether your buying coins or selling them, the show is perfect for you. Come down to the show and enjoy yourself.
Shoreline Center for Wholistic Health, 35 Boston Street, Guilford, CT
Led by Alan Franzi. Cost: $30 (pre-registered); $35 (at the door).
Lyme's Senior Center, Town Woods Road, Old Lyme, CT
The Old Lyme Historical Society is hosting an antiques appraisal event “Vintage!” to benefit their scholarship fund. The event will take place on Sunday, March 18 between 2:00 and 5:00 PM at the Lymes’ Senior Center, Town Woods Rd, Old Lyme. Each verbal appraisal costs $5 per item and there is a three item limit per person. Four appraisers will be available with expertise covering a broad range of antiques specialties including books, toys, textiles, farm tools, precious metal jewelry, and artwork. The appraisers are Isaiah Griffith, Curt Wendler, Nancy Hoffman, and Carol Brevard. For further information about the “Vintage!” event contact the Old Lyme Historical Society at 860-434-0684, email email@example.com. Info about the OLHSI can be found at www.oldlymehistoricalsociety.org
Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT
Runs through Dec. 2. Collaboration between the Peabody, the Community Alliance for Research and Engagement (CARE) at the Yale School of Public Health, and the Yale Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity.
Captain Daniel Packer Inne, 32 Water St., Mystic, CT
Trinity Lutheran Church, 292 Orange Street, New Haven, CT
Also features SYSO Jazz and Fiddle Club. A free-will offering is taken during the concert. All proceeds benefit organ restoration fund of Trinity Lutheran Church.
Connecticut College, Evans Hall, 270 Mohegan Avenue, New London, CT
The Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra invites the public to a free afternoon of music and refreshments on Sunday. The 53rd annual ECSO Instrumental Competition Finals will be held at 1 p.m. in Evans Hall on the Connecticut College Campus in New London. A maximum of 12 finalists from the top music conservatories across the country will compete for a first prize of $3,000 and the possibility of soloing with the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra during the 2012-13 concert season. Second prize is $1,500 and third prize is $750.
All entries were pre-judged in the first round by CD’s. The instruments will include violin, viola, cello, flute, clarinet, and saxophone. The 2011 winner, Matthew Griffith performed with the ECSO on January 21, 2012, to rave reviews.
The judges are Neal Larrabee, concert pianist, Stephan Tieszen, ECSO Concertmaster, Toshiyuki Shimada, Eastern Connecticut Symphony Music Director, Music Director of the Yale Symphony, and Music Director of the Orchestra of the Southern Finger Lakes. The instrumentalists will perform followed by the judges retiring to make their decision while the audience is treated to free refreshments. For further information, call the Eastern Connecticut Symphony office at 860-443-2876.
RiverQuest, Eagle Landing State Park, 1 Marine Park, Haddam, CT
RiverQuest and Connecticut Audubon embark on their Annual Eagle Watch/Winter Cruises during February and March 2012. Bring your winter spirit and join us aboard RiverQuest as we cruise the lower Connecticut River in search of eagles, hawks, ducks, seals, and other winter wildlife. RiverQuest has a heated, enclosed cabin; dress warmly so you can enjoy the beauty and solitude of the river on our open decks. Listen and observe as seasoned, experienced naturalists identify our local wildlife and other points of interest. Bring your binoculars or borrow ours. Complimentary coffee/tea.
2-hour cruise, Feb. 11 thru March 18; Sat/Sun 9am & 11:30am & 2pm, Thurs 10am & 1pm
Tickets: $40 per person. No children under eight years old, please.
Stewart B. McKiney National Wildlife Refuge, 733 Old Clinton Rd, Westbrook, CT
Potapaug Audubon is sponsoring this program and walk. First there will be a PowerPoint Presentation followed by a field walk to witness the amazing courtship flight. Guest speaker, Patricia Laudano, Naturalist and Environmentalist with over 30 years experience; free; (860) 399-2513.
Trinity Episcopal Church, 1109 Main Street, On the Green, Branford, CT
Trinity is an inclusive church welcoming those baptized in other faiths as well as Episcopalians. We are a mix of Roman Catholics, Lutherans, Methodists and more. We are singles, couples, and families with children. We are a church community worshiping God together and reaching out to those in need.
Shoreline Center for Wholistic Health, 35 Boston Street, Guilford, CT
Supercharge your inner core of light and life and dust off the cobwebs of Winter with this Spring awakening yoga mini retreat. Enjoy Yoga Posture, movement flows, breath work, meditation and healing imagery practices designed to access and enhance our innate inner resources of vitality, strength, flexibility, balance and calm. Facilitate the release and healing of physical tensions and deep stress as you enjoy the beneficial impact of this energizing and calming Yoga practice on mood and consciousness. Learn ways to cut free of the emotional and energetic effects of pent-up cabin fever, stress and tension and to become free to enjoy all the possibilities that come from a strong sense of inner peace and balance. Class is for all levels of experience to enjoy.
pre register w/Alan Franzi
Madison Surf Club, 87 Surf Club Road, Madison, CT
9 a.m. (registration); 11 a.m. (race begins)
Ivoryton Playhouse, 103 Main Street , Ivoryton, CT
860-767-7318 /on-line at www.ivorytonplayhouse.org
$40 adults/ $35 seniors/ $20 students/$15 children
2 p.m. Wednesday & Sunday; 7:30 p.m. Wednesday & Thursday and 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday ; through April 1
Garde Arts Center, 325 State Street, New London, CT
"Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close"
James Blackstone Memorial Library, 758 Main Street, Branford, CT
New Plays at the Blackstone presents “New Beginnings,” a program of staged readings of original plays in the Auditorium of the James Blackstone Memorial Library. The new one-act plays are by local writers and include "Starting Again" by Mark Lambeck; "Startgame" by Joan Rawlings; "How I Started FIGHT4U.COM" by Orna Rawls; and "Going Live" by Tom Rushen.