A total of 39 events have been found.
Hill's Academy, 22 Prospect Street, Essex, CT
Before the mass manufacturing of textiles, the processing of raw materials into fabric was much more labor intensive. After the fibers are gathered and prepared, they need to be spun into thread. (Think Sleeping Beauty’s spinning wheel.) Spinning fibers into a strong and uniform thread or yarn requires skill, practice and patience. The Spinners will be spinning their stuff at Hill’s Academy on November 11, 2012 from 1-4 pm. Stop by, sit and chit chat awhile as you watch the rhythmic, almost hypnotizing process of turning rough fiber material into sleek strands. The Spinners are looking forward to sharing their passion with you!
Friends & Company Restaurant, 11 Boston Post Road, Madison, CT
Lyman Allyn Art Museum, 625 Williams Street, New London, CT
the original artwork of James Gurney, the author and illustrator of Dinotopia, an illustrated book series that tells the story of an island where humans and sentient dinosaurs live together in harmony.
On view through February 2, the exhibition brings together paintings from Gurney’s well-loved books A Land Apart From Time, The World Beneath, Journey to Chandara, and First Flight, along with sketches and maquettes from Gurney’s studio. Dinosaur specimens from the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, including a Deinonychus skull and a Tyrannosaurus tooth, will complement the paintings and illuminate the science behind Gurney’s art. Related events throughout the months
The Henry Carter Hull Library, 10 Killingworth Turnpike , Clinton,
The Clinton Tree Committee is seeking artwork for the Seventh Annual Art Show. There will be a new theme this year: THE TREES OF CONNECTICUT. Artists are encouraged to submit paintings and photographs of their favorite Connecticut trees. Submissions must be original artwork and be ready to hang. A prize will be awarded to the work voted “People’s Choice “.
The show will be held at the Henry Carter Hull Library, 10 Killingworth Turnpike, Clinton. It will run from November 1 – November 30.
The mission of the Clinton Tree Committee is to protect our valuable urban forest, and to educate Clinton residents about the planting and care of trees. The tree ordinance approved in 1998, established the guidelines for the planting, maintenance and removal of town trees.
Art Gallery at the Mill House, 5 Main Street, Chester, CT
Celebrate with us! Our 10th Anniversary Exhibition features the Odyssey Painters. Sharing an interest in painting outdoors, this group of plein air painters gathers throughout the changing seasons. From the rolling Lyme hillsides to the Connecticut shoreline, we have put together a collection of fine art for your viewing pleasure.
Guilford Art Center, 411 Church Street, Guilford, CT
Handmade crafts by more than 300 artists from across the country are featured, including ceramics, glass, jewelry, fiber, ornaments, toys, specialty foods, and more. More than 80 new artists join the event this year. Proceeds benefit the exhibiting artists and Guilford Art Center’s educational and community programs. Artistry hours are Monday through Sunday 10am-6pm, Thursday 10am-8pm.
LILY JULIET TOO, 20 WALL STREET, Madison, CT
Warm your Heart through the giving of Sole
This event is more than just an author book signing
Feed the soul by donating a pair of shoes
Sip on a signature Shoetini cocktail
Browse this winters European shoe fashions
and network with women who want to make a difference from the Ankle Down!
WOMEN FROM THE ANKLE DOWN ~ THE STORY OF SHOES AND HOW THEY DEFINE US
Limited seating. Registration Requested.
Make your reservation at jccnh.org or by calling 203.387.2522 Ext.225 or 203.738.0033
A $3 discount will be given at the door with the donation of one or more gently worn pairs of shoes.
Lily Juliet Too, 20 Wall St., Madison, CT
Featuring interviews with designers, historians, and cultural experts, and a cast of real-life characters, Women from the Ankle Down is a lively, compelling look at the evolution of modern women and the fashion that reflects and has shapedtheir changing lives.
Reception prior to the talk.
Feed the soul by donating a gently worn pair of shoes to be distributed to the needy or repurposed into eco-friendly material by Soles4Souls. Book signing to follow lecture. Suggested $15 Donation / $12 with one or more gently worn pairs of shoes. Presented as part of the New Haven JCC Arts and Culture Festival.
R.J. Julia Booksellers, 768 Boston Post Road, Madison, CT
IM A GOOD DOG is a tribute to one of America's most popular but misunderstood breeds, the pit bull. Filled with full-color photographs of adorable pit bulls, inspiring stories and resources for pit bull owners, IM A GOOD DOG is a heartwarming tribute to one of America's most widely discussed breeds.
In the tradition of You Had Me At Woof, YOU TELL YOUR DOG FIRST is a charming collection of essays about being a young New York woman with a dog. Alison Paces funny, rueful saga about family, apartment hunting, life in one of the Upper East Sides best known dog-friendly buildings, looking for love and finding a therapist, all will resonate with the 30-40 something readers who made both PUG HILL and YOU HAD ME AT WOOF successful trade paperbacks.
Behind Town Hall, 1019 Main Street, Branford, CT
Big Y, 345 Washington Ave., North Haven, CT
All-Star Driver gives back to the North Haven community
All-Star Driver, a family-owned and operated driving school based in Watertown, Conn. is proposing a turkey challenge to ensure that Connecticut residents in need will be able to celebrate Thanksgiving this year. If 104 frozen turkeys are donated during the Friends of Maze Food Drive being held outside Big Y, 345 Washington Ave., in North Haven from 7am - 7pm on Sunday, November 11 and Monday, November 12, All-Star Driver will match the donation and contribute another 104 turkeys to the drive. In order to meet the goal, turkey donations from the public must be received by 12noon on Monday, November 12.
The food drive to benefit Connecticut Food Bank is being presented by All-Star Driver, Radio 104.1 and Executiv
United Church of Chester, 29 W. Main Street, Chester, CT
The United Church of Chester needs your help in providing fixings for Thanksgiving baskets which will be delivered to local families this holiday season.
Gift cards in any amount to Adams in Deep River are welcome.
Non-perishable items (canned vegetables, stuffing mix, cranberry sauce, turkey gravy) are accepted anytime at the Chester Town Hall or the United Church.
Perishable items (frozen turkeys, frozen turkey breasts, potatoes, carrots, dinner rolls, fresh pies) can be donated on Saturday, November 17th from 9 am to 1 pm at the church at 29 West Main Street. We will have strong arms to assist you! For more info, call 860-526-2697 UCC. Thank you!
St. Ann's Episcopal Church, 82 Shore Road, Old Lyme, CT
Mystic Yoga Shala , 107 Wilcox Road , Stonington , CT
Free Yoga Class for Veterans!
In Honor of Veterans Day
November 11 Sunday 3-4pm
Taught by Baptiste teacher and founder of Recovery Yoga Elizabeth Johnstone
No experience necessary. Just show up.
All levels welcome. All participants will receive a 30 minute meditation CD for beginners by world renowned Yoga teacher Baron Baptiste with 10 minute introduction to meditation and 20 minute guided practice. Through this guided meditation exercise you will learn how to use this simple method as a practical tool to pave the way for inner and outer transformation and gain freedom from stress.
Arts Center Killingworth, 276 North Parker Hill Rd, Killingworth, CT
Sunday, Nov 11, 10-4pm. $125 plus $35 Material Fee In this hands-on intensive with artist Corina Alvarezdelugo, explore the luminous beauty and versatility of encaustic - painting with molten, pigmented beeswax. Learn techniques to build layers, texture, fuse, stencil, embed objects, incise, image transfer and collage. Open to All Levels. Arts Center Killingworth, 276 North Parker Hill Rd, Killingworth, CT 06419. 860-663-5593. email@example.com www.artscenterkillingworth.org
North Haven Middle School, , North Haven, CT
The all-you-can-eat breakfast includes a raffle, live entertainment, and a book fair. Cost: $5; free for veterans or people currently serving in the military. Proceeds benefit Community Service Projects.
North Haven Rotary Club Pancake Breakfast, North Haven Middle School / Bailey Road , North Haven, CT
The Fourth Annual Pancake Breakfast will be held on Veterans Day this year, so the North Haven Rotary Club decided to honor the brave men and women who are serving or have served in our military by giving each of them a FREE ticket to the sumptuous all-you-can-eat breakfast to be held at the North Haven Middle School on Sunday, November 11, 2012 from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm.
Noank Baptist Church, 18 Cathedral Heights, Noank, CT
7:30 p.m., Mystic Area Churches Perform Handel's Messiah; three rehearsal dates: Nov. 11, 18 and 24 from 4-6 p.m.; $10 donation; light supper available; (860) 536-7129 or (860) 460-0995.
Guilford Green, , Guilford, CT
New London Lodge of Elks, 81 Washington St., New London, CT
10 a.m.-noon; all you can eat; $8 adults; $6 children under 14.
North Haven Town Green, , North Haven, CT
Treasure Hill Farm, 523 Old Colchester Road, Salem, CT
Details appear below:
•$100 to register.
•$25 to audit
•12 spots available.
•$50/day horse rental fee for those wishing to rent a Farm school horse. Horses offered on a first come, first served basis. Mounts may be shared and cost dividable by number of riders. Please contact Farm for details.
•Groundwork in the morning, lessons throughout the balance of the day.
To register, please visit our event page online or call Treasure Hill Farm at 860.949.8041 for more details.
Beltane Farm, 59 Taylor Bridge Rd, Lebanon, CT
Beltane Farm, makers of goat milk cheese in Lebanon, CT will hold cheese tastings and tours at the farm every Sunday from 11a.m. to 3 p.m. through December 23.
Sample our seasonal array of cheeses in our tasting house. Warm up by the wood stove, enjoy some cider and meet the goats. www.beltanefarm.com; (860) 887-4709.
Gift Fair The Church Of Saint Michael's Church Hall (basement) , 29 Wooster Place, New Haven, CT
Sunday November 11, 2012
10:30am – 4pm
Located in the newly renovated Knights of Columbus Russell Hall directly below
The Church of St. Michael
(29 Wooster Place in New Haven)
Over 20 Local crafters and artists will display and sell their items, including: jewelry, charms, pottery, knits, crochet items, watercolor paintings, wood crafted décor, photography, cookbooks, gourmet doggie treats, pet toys, hair wraps, glitter tattoos and many more unique items!!!!
Other events throughout the day include:
A children’s fun craft corner and
SANTA CLAUS will be making his first stop of the year!!!
Bring your camera for a FREE picture!
(Donations will gladly be accepted and appreciated)
All profit from the sale of vendor space, raffles and donations will be used by the Knights of Columbus Council #65 to benefit activities for local youth groups in New Haven.
Stop down and find a special gift!
Our Lady of Pompeii Church Hall, Route 80, East Haven, CT
Raffle, handcrafted articles, baked goods, children's games and face-painting, photos with Santa, and more.
Frogurt Time, 1067 Boston Post Road, Guilford, CT
Support friends and family of the Community by attending a Fundraiser at Frogurt Time to support the Starship Dance Theater Scholarship Program on Sunday November 11th from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Frogurt Time is generously donating a portion of the sales to the Scholarship Fund.
New London Lodge of Elks, 17 Washington St., New London, CT
All-you-can-eat buffet, including all favorites, omelets, eggs cooked to order etc., and beverages.
Natureworks Garden Center, 518 Forest Road, Northford, CT
Free workshop on succulents.
Guilford High School, 605 New England Road, Guilford, CT
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.
The Centerbrook Meetinghouse, 51 Main Street, Centerbrook, CT
Centerbrook Meetinghouse, 51 Main Street, Centerbrook, CT
Members of the Community Music School faculty come together to perform an array of chamber music and other works at 4 PM at the Centerbrook Meetinghouse.
This annual concert offers the community a unique glimpse into the wealth of talent and experience of the Music School's faculty as they collaborate on a wide variety of ensemble pieces and original compositions. This year, CMS Director Tom Briggs, Stephen Roane and Russ Becker will perform original compositions.
Other performers include Pamela Dubey Allen, Christine Coyle, Audrey Estelle, Lisa Gray, Johanna Lamb, Marilyn Lazare, and Matthew McCauley.
The Space, 295 Treadwell Street, Hamden, CT
Lebanon Historical Society Museum, 856 Trumbull Hwy, Lebanon , CT
Sunday, November 11 at 2pm
Historical Songs of American Work & Trades
Presented by Rick Spencer
Refreshments after program
Lebanon Historical Society Museum
Centerbrook Meetinghouse, 51 Main Street, Centerbrook , CT
COMMUNITY MUSIC SCHOOL PRESENTS FACULTY CONCERT
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11TH
CENTERBROOK- On Sunday, November 11th, members of the Community Music School faculty come together to perform an array of chamber music and other works at 3 pm at the Centerbrook Meetinghouse, 51 Main Street, Centerbrook.
This annual concert offers the community a unique glimpse into the wealth of talent and experience of the Music Schools faculty as they collaborate on a wide variety of chamber ensemble pieces and original compositions. This year, CMS Music Director Tom Briggs, Stephen Roane and Russ Becker will perform original compositions.
Other performers include Pamela Dubey Allen, Christine Coyle, Audrey Estelle, Lisa Gray, Johanna Lamb, Marilyn Lazare, and Matthew McCauley.
Please call 860-767-0026 or visit www.community-music-school.org for additional information.
Bean & Leaf, 463 Bank Street, New London,
A fun morning for the whole family! Kids music, dancing and nutritious foods.
Goodspeed Opera House, 6 Main St., East Haddam, CT
A zany murder mystery musical where the guests at an old English mansion disappear one by one its like an Agatha Christie novel.
Goodspeed Dinners: Reserve tickets for a Wednesday, Thursday, or Sunday evening performance and enjoy special dinner offers at local restaurants.
The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center, 300 Main Street, Old Saybrook, CT
The Katherine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center, 300 Main Street, Old Saybrook, CT
Tickets: $20 ($15 for students). Benefits the Old Saybrook High School Class of 2013 Safe Grad Night.