White Hart Inn Winter Room Specials

11/14/2017 to 02/28/2018

15 Undermountain Rd., Salisbury, CT Phone: 860-435-0030.

Winter and ski season are almost here, and there is still time to plan your escape! Join us any weekday night in December, January or February and receive a $50 food and beverage credit, good anywhere on property! Valid Sunday-Thursday, excluding holidays, on all new reservations.

Danbury Holiday Gift Expo

12/10/2017 to 01/08/2018

18 Old Ridgebury Rd, Danbury, CT

9-4 pm @ Crown Plaza Danbury. Pictures with Santa, shop local, lunch and drink specials, unique gifts, stocking stuffers.

Ansonia Nature Center NEW YEAR’S DAY HIKE


10 Deerfield Rd, Ansonia, CT Phone: 203-736-1053.

10 am. Bring a healthy start to your new year at the Nature Center. Our ranger will conduct this brisk walk while you learn a little natural history trivia along the way. FREE. Please call to register. Inclement weather cancels.

Theatreworks Stage Kiss

01/05/2018 to 01/06/2018

5 Brookside Ave., New Milford, CT Phone: 860-350-6883.

Art imitates Life. Life imitates Art. When two actors with a history are thrown together as romantic leads in a forgotten 1930s melodrama, they quickly lose touch with reality as the story onstage follows them offstage. Stage Kiss captures Sarah Ruhl's singular voice. It is a charming tale about what happens when lovers share a stage kiss—or when actors share a real one.

Litchfield Community Center Indoor Farmers Market


421 Bantam Rd, Litchfield, CT Phone: 860-567-8302.

10-1 pm. In the Atrium. Free and Open to the public.

Scoville Library Armchair Traveller Series


38 Main St, Salisbury, CT

4 pm. Ghana and Me presented by Juliet Moore. My visits to a small fishing village on the coast of West Africa and how the courage and the beauty of the people changed me forever Viewed through slides, video clips, and narrative "There was a hole in me – a place that needed to be filled – I had no idea with what. I was so open, and so longing to have a deeper level to my life....a greater awareness, a more profound perspective. That was when I reconnected with John, Libby, and Peter Moritz and learned what they had been doing since the day we sat in a funeral with 3 tiny white coffins in front of us. I went to Ghana and nothing has been the same since."

Gunn Memorial Library New Year's Tea Party


5 Wykeham Rd, Washington, CT

11 am - 1 pm in the Wykeham Room of the Gunn Library. Ring in the New Year with an old-fashioned tea hosted by the Gunn Historical Museum and Gunn Memorial Library. A cookie contest will be the highlight of this year's tea party. Visitors will have the opportunity to socialize with friends under the historic 1914 gilded ceiling mural by H. Siddons Mowbray and enjoy period music in the festively decorated room. We'll also have our Washington photo albums out for guests to browse. Guests are asked to bring their favorite tea cup we'll provide tea sandwiches. Cookies will be the culinary creations submitted by local bakers. The tea is free and open to the public. Registration is requested so we can plan ahead. To register please email your name(s) to: info@gunnhistoricalmuseum or call 860-868-7756. Snow date: 4-6pm on Tuesday, January 9th.

Annual 12th Night Celebration at the David Humphreys House, January 7, 2018


37 Elm Street, Ansonia, CT Phone: 203-735-1908.

Come join us for our Annual 12th Night Celebration at the David Humphreys House on Sunday, January 7, 2018, from 12:30 pm to 4 pm. There will be tours of the historic house, samplings of some of the foods that were enjoyed in the 18th Century, and a Dickens Reading at 3 pm. Admission to the event is $5 per person. This event will benefit our Restoration Project and A Day in 1762 Program.

Oliver Wolcott Library Stephen’s Story & History of Hitler’s Empire

01/08/2018 to 01/29/2018

160 South Street, Litchfield, CT Phone: 860-567-8030.

January 8,15,22,29. from 12:30-2 pm. Facilitated by Patricia Moore, Monday Scholars is a weekly series that meets in the library's Jamie Gagarin Community Room. Each week, a new lecture topic is watched and then discussed by all who attend. All you need to do is come ready to engage your mind and participate in discussion. Registration Required. Dr. Thomas Childers is Sheldon and Lucy Hackney Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania, where he has been teaching for over 25 years. He is also a popular lecturer abroad in London, Berlin and Munich. He earned his bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Tennessee and his Ph.D. in History from Harvard University. Professor Childers is the author and editor of several books on modern German history and the Second World War. He is currently completing a trilogy on the Second World War. About the Co-Facilitator: Bibby Veerman has lived in Litchfield for twenty years and is a graduate of Wesleyan University where she was an Etherington Scholar. She is an active member of the League of Women Voters and the Women's Forum of Litchfield. Stephen Breuer is Bibby's brother-in-law.

Scoville Library Special Presentation: World Around Us Series


38 Main St, Salisbury, CT

6 pm. (Snow Date Jan. 25). Is the Moon Still There When Nobody Looks? An Introduction to Quantum Physics presented by Matthew Deady Director, Physics Program, Bard College Quantum Mechanics is the most successful physical theory ever developed, and yet its foundations and interpretation have remained an ongoing dispute over the last century. Among its counter-intuitive consequences are Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle, the role of the observer as captured in the Schrödinger's Cat paradox, and the "spooky action at a distance" exemplified in entanglement experiments. All of these have implications for our understanding of reality and causality, and continue to be investigated by physicists and philosophers. This talk will provide a historical survey of Quantum Mechanics, leading up to current experiments and theories that weigh on the questions that bedeviled Einstein, Bohr, and many others