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July 29

A total of 27 events have been found.

Art Exhibits/Openings

10:00 am

ART/OLDLYME-Hot Off The Presses: Representational Printmaking

Lyme Art Association, 25 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, CT

An exhibition of member and invited artists showing hand-pulled prints, displayed in the Cole Gallery.

1:00 pm

"Fire Within" juried art show

Essex Art Association, 10 North Main Street, Essex, CT , 06426

Essex Art Association, a non profit art gallery, showing a “Fire Within”. From over 200 submissions 80 paintings will be hung. The theme will bring many varied interpretations to a gallery that believes in showing artwork “From the Traditional to Cutting Edge”.

The Exit Gallery features “Dream Houses: Prints & paintings” by Helen Cantrell of Old Lyme, CT.Includes many etching and paintings from around Old Saybrook, CT.

Reception Friday July 27th. 2012 from 6-8 pm. Open Wednesday through Monday 1-5 pm July 28th. through August 18th.

9:00 am

The Sabbath of History

Knights of Columbus Museum, 1 State Street, New Haven, CT

Runs through Sept. 16.

Community

11:00 am

Event to Benefit 'Scares That Care!'

Event to Benefit 'Scares That Care!'; Mohegan Fire Co., 2029 Norwich-New London TPKE, Uncasville, CT , 06382

Come out and support a great cause!!
Sunday July 29th 11a-5p @ Mohegan Fire Co.
Lots of great vendors for an event to benefit Scares That Care (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Scares-That-Care/195299815529?ref=ts)!!

Food, Face Painting, Zumba, and vendors such as:
Scentsy, Mary Kay, Celadon Road, and more!

9:00 am

Friends of Scranton Library Book Sale

Academy Street School, Boston Post Road, Madison, CT

Includes thousands of gently-used books, CDs, DVDs, paperbacks, and more. Funds raised support Scranton Library.

11:30 am

MYSTIC/ARTS-BBQ At MAC During Antique Boat Parade

Mystic Arts Center, 9 Water Street, Mystic , CT , 06355

Maritime enthusiasts can catch a glimpse of classic vessels taking part in a three-mile parade down the historic Mystic River led by Sabino, the Museum’s 104-year old steamboat, along MAC’s scenic waterfront! Reserve a spot at MAC for premiere viewing. We will be grilling up burgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers and turkey dogs on our back patio, and offering other refreshments for you to enjoy during the event. Event is rain or shine.

Members $8 / Public $10
Children 6 - 12: Members $3 / Public $5
Children under 5 are free
$30 max per family

9:00 am

Branford Cares Tag Sale

, 245 Damascus Road, Branford, CT

Education/Lectures

6:00 pm

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Courses

Chester Hose Co., 6 High Street, Chester, CT , 06412

Deep River Ambulance and Chester Hose Co. are pleased to sponsor Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) courses this summer. The Deep River Ambulance course (284 West Elm Street, Deep River) will run Monday, Wednesday and Thursday days (8:30 am to 2:00 pm) from June 18 to August 16. The Chester Hose Co. course (6 High Street, Chester) will run Sunday, Monday and Thursday evenings (6:00 pm to 10:00 pm) starting June 17. Course fee is $725 and includes CPR certification and EMT class textbook. A physical exam and proof of current inoculation status are required. Please contact course instructor, Emily Masters, at 860-526-3275 to register or to receive more information.

2:00 pm

Deep River Civil War Exhibit

Stone House, 245 Main Street, Deep River, CT , 06417

Departing from their homes, family and friends, they left their secure and comfortable world for the uncertainty and horrors of war. They were driven by their love of country and the belief that the freedom that they knew and cherished at home belonged to all men. The volunteers brought with them the skills and ingenuity to allow them to survive living conditions far worse than most people today have ever experienced. The volunteers from Deep River and surrounding towns showed great courage in battle and their sacrifices helped preserve the Union and the cause of freedom. With respect and admiration we thank them for their defense of home, country and our way of life. They will not be forgotten.

11:00 am

Historic Guilford Walking Tours

Historic Guilford Walking Tours; Historic Guilford Walking Tours, P.O. Box 199, Guilford, CT , 06437

WALKING TOURS TO BEGIN JUNE 23-24

Two newly developed walking tours will be offered to the public for the first time on the weekend of June 23-24, and will run through mid-September.

Historic Guilford Walking Tours are Saturdays and Sundays at 11:00 a.m., and will focus on Guilford’s history on the Green and areas east, with an introduction to downtown’s house museums.

Tours focusing on Guilford’s architectural heritage will be Saturdays and Sundays at 2:00 p.m., and will take place on the Green and neighborhoods west.

All tours will meet in front of Town Hall, 31 Park St., and will be led by enthusiastic high school tour guides/researchers. Tickets are $8 for adults, $6 for seniors and children 7-11, and $20 per family. Group tour rates are available upon request.

For reservations and information, please visit www.HistoricGuilfordWalkingTours.org, email info@HistoricGuilford.org, or call 203-233-1026. Tickets are also available at Mix Design Store and the Greene Art Gallery, 29 Whitfield St., Page Hardware and the Guilford Food Center on the Guilford Green.

Fairs/Festivals

Denison Farm Market; Denison Homestead, 120 Pequotsepos Rd., Mystic, , 06355

Pick up some fresh, delicious, local food at the Denison Farm Market this summer and fall. Each week market goers can find local fruits and vegetables, meat, honey, eggs, maple syrup, herbs, jellies and preserves, cheese and many other items.

The market runs from June 3 to October 28 with a special November 18 market just before Thanksgiving. Special events throughout the season include a visit by special guest chef and author Emily Brooks, a book swap day, and a Halloween costume contest for kids and the young at heart.

The Denison Farm Market is the can’t miss farmers market of the season featuring the very best in local farmers from southeastern Connecticut.

12:00 pm

Connecticut Wine Festival

Fairgrounds, Route 63, Goshen, CT

Fourth annual festival with wines, specialty food vendors, artisans, live music. Sponsored by the Connecticut Vineyard & Winery Association (CVWA). Advance tickets: $25, available at any participating CVWA winery, by phone, or online; $30 at door. Guests younger than 21 and designated drivers may attend for a reduced price of $10.

Kids/Family

10:00 am

NBRANFORD-FUNcation!

NBRANFORD-FUNcation!; BounceU of North Branford, 1289 Foxon Rd., North Branford, CT , 06471

Join us every weekend this summer for Special FUNcation Open Bounce Sessions that are action-packed with weekly activities, refreshments and tons of bouncing and fun!

$16 per participant includes :

2-hour session
New Theme each week
Refreshments
Themed Activities
Bouncing

Call to reserve today! Reservations are required.

Go to http://calendar.north-branford-ct.bounceu.com/ to see times and more information on the theme of the week!

12:00 pm

Kente Cultural Center's Free Fun

Park, Connecticu and MacDonald Street, New London, CT , 06320

Kenté Cultural Center presents free fun at the New London Public School Free Lunch Program Tuesdays at the park on the corner of Connecticut Ave and MacDonald St. Children will do a craft and/or play instruments.

10:30 am

KIDS/GROTON-SUN, SAND AND STORIES

KIDS/GROTON-SUN, SAND AND STORIES; Eastern Point Beach, Beach Pond Rd., Groton, CT , 06340

The Bill Memorial Library invites beachgoers to Sun, Sand and Stories at Eastern Point Beach. Look for our special library reader under the umbrella at Eastern Point Beach at 10:30 on Thursday mornings. Soak up the sun and a few good books this summer. Sun Sand and Stories begins July 5 and runs through August 9. NOTE - Beach pass is required for entrance to the beach. For more information call the library at 860-445-0392 or visit our website at http://billmemorial.org

The Bill Memorial Library is located at 240 Monument Street in Groton, near the Groton Monument and Fort Griswold.

11:30 am

Kente Cultural Center's Free Fun

Winthrop Square Apartments, 59 Federal St, New London, CT , 06320

Kenté Cultural Center presents free fun at the New London Public School Free Lunch Program at Winthrop Square Apartments, 59 Federal St. Children will do a craft and/or play instruments.

Misc. Events

9:00 am

Big Food: Health, Culture, and the Evolution of Eating

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.

9:00 am

Cow Chip Raffle ticket sales!

North Branford Recreation Dept, Save N Discount, Route 80, North Branford, CT

Cow Chip raffle tickets will be on sale for $10 at the North Branford Recreation Department and at Save N Discount on Route 80 in North Branford. There are 5 prizes , winner need not be present
1st- $2500.
2nd- $1000
3rd- $750
4th- $500
5th-$250
Proceeds benefit the North Branford TouchDown Club and the North Branford Cheerleading Squad.

9:00 am

Online Adult Summer Reading Program at Scranton Library

Online Adult Summer Reading Program at Scranton Library; Scranton Library, 801 Boston Post Rd, Madison, CT , 06443

Summer reading is not just for kids anymore. Beginning Monday, July 9 adults can sign up to participate in their own online summer reading program. After registering through the Library’s website, participants will log the number of books they have read to earn prizes and raffle tickets for a chance at winning the Grand Prize, a Kindle Fire. The program will run through August 31.

The Adult Summer Reading Program is called “Between the Covers.” This is a nationally selected slogan to tie into the overall summer reading theme of “night.” Related programs and displays are also being planned for adults.

For more information, visit the Library’s website at www.scrantonlibrary.com or call (203) 245-7365.

8:00 am

K of C Breakfast

Saint Mary Church, 95 Main Street, Stonington, CT , 06378

Breakfast consisting of french toast,eggs,sausage,coffee,tea

Music

9:00 pm

Bashment Sounds

Captain Daniel Packer Inne, 32 Water St., Mystic, CT

2:00 pm

The Sailbag Lady Open House

The Sailbag Lady, 155 Boston Post Road, Madison, CT

Celebrates 30 years of American-made flags. Jazz and swing quartet band The Zingerz and DJ Rachel Miller provide entertainment. Flag giveaways for adults and children. Refreshments provided by Livingston Braisted, head chef of KC’s Pub in Guilford.

6:00 pm

Orange Crush Performs

Madison Green, , Madison, CT

Part of the Madison Concerts on the Green summer music series.

6:00 pm

Blues on the Rocks

Westbrook Green, , Westbrook, CT

In event of rain, held on following Thursday. Free. Bring dinner, chair, or blanket.

6:00 pm

Shoreline Jazz Collective Concert featuring John Mosca and Special Guest Ralph Lalama

Shoreline Jazz Collective Concert featuring John Mosca and Special Guest Ralph Lalama; Guilford Town Green (Rain Location Nathanael B. Greene Community Center), Whitfield Street, Guilford, CT , 06437

Bring a picnic and stay for our concert featuring Trombonist John Mosca and special guest tenor saxophonist Ralph Lalama as they perform with three student groups and the SJC pro band!

Religion

9:30 am

Church Service

Cornerstone Baptist Church, 900 Route 163, Oakdale, CT , 06370

All are welcome to our friendly, traditional church.
Sunday School 9:45am
Worship Service 11:00am
Evening Service 6:00pm

Stage/Theater

7:00 pm

"Bud, Not Buddy"

First United Methodist Church, 23 Willow Street, Mystic, CT

Emerson Theatre Collaborative (ETC) announces the production of Reginald Andre Jackson’s Bud, Not Buddy, directed by Ashleigh Drew and produced by ETC’s Camilla Ross. (Hop a train with Bud and join him on a compelling journey to find his father, find himself, and retain the memories of his mother. Rich with adventure and humor, Bud, Not Buddy is a coming-of-age tale for young and old alike.) Performances run from July 26th – July 31st, 2012 at the First United Methodist Church in Mystic 2 p.m. Tues, 4 pm Sunday, all other 7 p.m. Now!: http://emersontheatercollaborative.ticketleap.com/bud-not-buddy/

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