A total of 41 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
New Haven Lawn Club, 193 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT
Runs through April 29.
The Gold Smiths &Silversmiths Co., 9 West Main St., Mystic, CT
Divine Gold At Art By Grace Zazzaro
March 23 - April 30, 2012
Reception March 30, 5:00-8:00 pm
The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co.
9 West Main St.
Mystic, CT. 06355
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.
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.
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.
Treefort Studio and Gallery, 101 Fort Path Road, Madison, CT
Includes class information, beach paintings (mini, small and large), earth notes (painting/poem cards), music, and refreshments.
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.
Christ Church Westerly, 7 Elm St., Westerly, RI
The Arts Commission of Christ Church will present its final program of the season at 4 p.m. Sunday when Michael Lankester gives a talk entitled “Paris in the Spring.” His talk will focus on Modernism in early 20th-century France as it developed through composers and artists such as Stravinsky and Picasso. Lankester, a British born musician, has enjoyed an eminent international conducting career that also includes work as composer, arranger, and commentator. For 15 years he was music director of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra.
As a lecturer, Lankester has appeared at the Wadsworth Athenaeum, the Yale Center for British Art and the Mostly Mozart Festival. An especially innovative creation was his “Mrs. Mozart,” a play for actress, singers, chorus and orchestra, which premiered in 1999 starring Academy Award-winning Estelle Parsons.
The program is free and followed by a reception.
Christ Church is located in downtown Westerly at the corner of Broad and Elm streets.
All are welcome.
Lyme Senior Center, 26 Town Woods Road, Old Lyme, CT
annual meeting with guest speaker author John Himmelman; .all welcome; (860) 434-9094.
Congregation Beth Shalom Rodke Zedek, 55 East Kings Highway, Chester, CT
the band will also give a free children's workshop before the concert at 3 p.m.; www.thehotholymess.com; $25; $20 members; $10 children under 16; refreshments served; for reservations visit www.cbsrz.org or call (860) 536-8920.
IVCG office, 30 Gillies Rd., Hamden, CT
Volunteers are needed to visit elderly people, to shop with or for an elder, to drive an elder to and from their medical appointment, or to provide respite care to family members caring for a loved one who needs constant care. All that is required is a warm, loving heart and one or two hours of your time each week. A two hour training session will provide you with information and basic skills to make a difference in someone’s life. Please call IVCG at 203-230-8994 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Christ Church, 7 Elm Street, Westerly, RI
A Lecture on Modernism, Picasso, and Stravinsky. The Arts Commission of Christ Church will present a lecture on Sunday, March 25th at 4:00 pm by Michael Lankester entitled "Paris in the Spring". His talk will focus on Modernism in early 20th century France as it developed through composers and artists such as Stravinsky and Picasso. Mr. Lankester has enjoyed an eminent international conducting career that also includes work as composer, arranger, and commentator. His 15 years as the highly successful Music Director of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra were notable on many levels, including the introduction of several innovative series. As a lecturer, Mr. Lankester has appeared at the Wadsworth Athenaeum, the Yale Center for British Art and the Mostly Mozart Festival. Free and all are welcome. A reception will follow the lecture.
Mystic Marriott, 625 North Road, Groton, CT
Lighthouse Voc-Ed Center presents The 6th Annual Grace Curtis Conference, a cost-effective conference for our community! This year's lineup includes authors Gina Gallagher and Patricia Konjoian, also known as “The Shut-Up Sisters,” and LeDerick Horne. The Shut-Up Sisters will discuss raising a child with disabilities in a perfection-driven world and how to navigate special education and other services. LeDerrick Horne will discuss his personal experiences with disability and offer insight and advice around special education, transitioning to adulthood, and self-advocacy. Registration includes breakfast and lunch. CEUs are offered if needed. For more information or to register, visit our website at www.lvecenter.com or contact Katie Flynn by email at email@example.com
Custom House Maritime Museum, 150 Bank St., New London, CT
celebrate NLMS Founder Lucille Showalter & the USCG International Ice Patrol at the United States Coast Guard Academy Officers Club; guest speaker is oceanographer, Dr. Donald L. Murphy; $35 members; $40 all others; call for tickets (860) 447-2501.
Westbrook First Congregational Church Guest Day, 1166 Boston Post Road, Westbrook, CT
Westbrook Congregational Church is inviting community members to attend either the 8:15a.m. or 10:15a.m. service on March 25th. There will be a 'Welcome' reception at 11:15a.m. with plenty of refreshments and time to mingle with other new folks as well as existing members of our Church family. There is also a magic show scheduled for noon that will appeal to all ages! Come and see all the church has to offer--from the comprehensive youth and adult education programs to fellowship dinners and special healing services. For more information, please call the Church office at (860) 399-9367 or visit the website firstname.lastname@example.org
Niantic Community Church, 170 Pennsylvania Avenue, Niantic, CT
A Live Well Workshop series is being offered this spring by facilitators Ron Johnson and Joanne Davis at Niantic Community Church. Live Well is a nationwide, evidence based health promotion program developed by Stanford University to help adults living with chronic conditions manage their health and maintain active, fulfilling lives.
Johnson suffered with chronic illness for 13 years and wanted to be a part of helping people to successfully manage their lives. He and Davis participated in an intensive four day training to facilitate the program that is being co-sponsored by Senior Resources on Aging, the Conn. Department of Public Health, the Conn. Department of Social Services and Niantic Community Church.
“It’s not a support group,” says Davis. “It’s about how to take charge of your life. We are there to empower participants to learn how to manage their lives. Seasoned facilitators report unexpected transformation from people in the program.”
An informational session to learn more about this free program is being held Sunday, March 25 from 1-2 p.m. at the church at 170 Pennsylvania Ave., Niantic, Conn. The six week Live Well Workshop is being held Sundays from 1:00-2:30 p.m. beginning April 15 except for Mother’s Day weekend when it will be held Saturday, May 12.
Registration for the program is required
B.F. Hoxie Firehouse, 34 Broadway Ave., Mystic, CT
Forms are available at http://mystic.baberuthonline.com.
For further info please contact Mark Underwood at 860-572-4153
United States Coast Guard Academy, 31 Mohegan Ave., New London, CT
guest speaker is oceanographer, Dr. Donald L. Murphy, Chief Scientist of the USCG International Ice Patrol, for 28 years; $35 members; $40 non-members; call to reserve your spot (860) 447-2501.
Christ Episcopal Church, 78 Washington Street, Norwich, CT
Music in the Key of G: Sunday, March 25th at 3pm.
Join organist and composer Jesse N. Glaude for a program of new works for piano, voice and cello. Aided by soprano Phred Mileski and cellist Carlynn Savot, Mr. Glaude will guide the audience through the genesis of his latest compositions, ranging from art song to piano solos to sacred music.
Meet the musicians for a champagne reception following the program.
This concert is free and open to the public. Free-will donations may be made to help support the Joanne C. Lillpopp Scholarship fund, which grants full-year, need-based music lesson scholarships to students at Christ Church School of the Arts.
Lyme Art Association, 90 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, CT
This monitored class will run two days each week, with the same model and pose for two days in a row, providing artists with the opportunity to continue a painting/drawing for a longer period of time. Artists of all levels are welcome to attend one or both sessions each week. The models will primarily be nude figures in relatively simple set-ups to facilitate extended-length poses. Due to the changing light conditions we will use artificial light, which will give the majority of poses the dramatic lighting associated with figurative painters of the 17th century. There will be one 15-minute break during each session. Thank you to our Anonymous Donor for underwriting the cost of the model for these special sessions, allowing us to lower the price significantly!
Mystic YMCA, 1 Harry Austin Drive, Mystic, CT
The Mystic branch of Ocean Community YMCA is hosting an Easter egg hunt Sunday and an opportunity to meet the Easter Bunny. The hunt will start promptly at 1 p.m. on Neff Field.
Children will be divided into groups by age. Participants are encouraged to bring their own baskets for collecting eggs. This event is free and open to the public.
Doody's Resturant, Route 80, North Branford, CT
Guest speaker: Sister Virginia Herbers, Pastolate Sacred Heart of Jesus. Luncheon follows 11:30 Mass.
Salon 154, 439 Main Street, Deep River, CT
Supports Deep River Congregational Church 2012 Youth Mission trips to Appalachia and El Salvador. Wash and cut: $20. Refreshments served. Make a pre-paid appointment at church on Sunday, March 18 or with Gina Sopneski at Deep river Town Hall during regular business hours. Appointments limited
Dudley Farm, 2351 Durham Road, North Guilford, CT
Admission: nominal fee. Reservations required.
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.
Congregation Beth Shalom Rodfe Zedek (CBSRZ), 55 East Kings Highway, Chester, CT
5 p.m. (children's workshop: 3 p.m.) Tickets: $25; $20 (CBSRZ members); $10 for children younger than 16. No charge for children's workshop. Refreshments served. Part of synagogue's 2012 Music & More Series.
Shoreline Unitarian Universalist Society, 297 Boston Post Road, Madison, CT
Other performers include duo-pianists Paul Carmichael ad Jill Walthall. Soloists include vocalist Maria Puziello, Owen Charles on trumpet, and Carmen Booth on clarinet, with the senior choir.
Bar 33, 33 Golden St, New London., CT
— 7-10 p.m.,
Captain Daniel Packer Inne, 32 Water St., Mystic, CT
Immanuel Congregational Church, 10 Woodland Street, Hartford, CT
CONCORA’s annual critically-acclaimed all-Bach concert with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra features the Magnificat (BWV 243), Cantata 1 "Wie schoen leuchtet der Morgenstern!" and Concerto in D Minor for Harpsichord (BWV 1052) with HSO harpsichordist Margreet Francis. Artistic Director Richard Coffey conducts. The Hartford Courant praises this annual event as the "Best Bach" in the region.
Main Entrance, 133 Middletown Avenue, North Haven, CT
Open to the public. Free. Bring water and wear suitable shoes; trails may be muddy in some areas. Join association or renew memberships.
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
Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center, 300 Main Street, Old Saybrook, CT