Mattatuck Museum Exhibitions - Line and Volume

01/10/2017 to 03/12/2017

144 West Main St., Waterbury, CT Phone: 203-753-0381.

Mindy Horn and Ann Mallory contribute to the rich tradition of ceramic art with vibrant and original expressions in clay. Their works vary in size: some are delicately small, inviting close-up inspection, while others are imposing in scale. These technically and aesthetically ambitious works are experimental in shape and dazzle in an array of glazes. Tues. - Sat 10-5, Sun 12 noon - 5.

Shepaug Dam Bald Eagles

01/26/2017 to 03/12/2017

2150 River Road, Southbury, CT

The Shepaug Dam Bald Eagle Observation Area in Southbury, Connecticut is open from the third weekend of December through mid-March on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. for bald eagle observation. This is by reservation only.  The Shepaug eagle viewing site is open December 17th, 2016 through March 12th, 2017 from 9:00 until 1:00 Wednesdays , Saturdays, and Sundays. During the season we have a special Bird of Prey shows scheduled. The CT Audubon Birds of Prey Show is scheduled for every Saturday. Horizon Wings Bird of Prey Show is scheduleed for Wednesday 12/21/16, Sundays 1/15/,2/26/,3/12/2017



Terryville, CT

Middle Pond, Plymouth, CT 06782. Phone: 860-589-6684. On February 6, 2016 from 8AM to 2PM at the Middle Pond on Grove Street in Terryville the Annual Ice Fishing Derby sponsored by the Terryville Fish & Game Club will take place. Derby registration will begin at 7AM in the clubhouse. Public invited. Refreshments available.

Nutmeg Symphony Orchestra - Winter Winds


26 Lyons Rd., Burlington, CT

7:30 PM. Lewis Mills High School. Peter Mennin, Canzona, Warren Benson, The Leaves are Falling, Avrohom Leichtling, Symphony #3.

11th Annual Bubbles & Truffles


406 Main Street, Winsted, CT Phone: 860-738-3351.

5:30 pm - 8 pm. Snowdate Feb. 4. $25 pp in advance $35 @ door. An evening of downtown exploration, follow the red carpet to indulge in fine wine, beer, chocolates and friends, then conclude the evening with a short walk to a delightful dining experience. 

Hopkins Vineyard Flannel Fridays

02/03/2017 to 02/24/2017

25 Hopkins Rd., New Preston, CT Phone: 860-868-7954.

Love flannel? Wear your favorite plaid flannel shirt on Friday's and receive ½ off a wine tasting.Feb. 3,10,17, 24.

Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum First Fridays: A Contemporary Cocktail Party


258 Main St, Ridgefield, CT Phone: 203.438.4519.

7 pm to 9 pm. $20; $15 members. Free for $250+ members. Join us for the inaugural First Fridays of 2017! Enjoy the debut of the Hudson Valley's versatile Shovel Ready String Band performing heartfelt original songs alongside up-tempo fiddle tunes,country, bluegrass, and traditional ballads of love and loss. Enjoy an evening of art, live music, cocktails, and light fare by one of Fairfield County's favorite caterers, Festivities. Last chance to see our Site Lines exhibitions!

An Evening of Poetry & Music @ KML


32 North Main St, Kent, CT

7 pm - 9 pm. Kent Memorial Library. Anyone who is interested in playing or reading his or her own or a favorite poem, is invited to join in or listen. Refreshments will be served. Reading Room.



240 Litchfield Turnpike, New Preston, CT Phone: 860.868.0551.

The 11th annual Puppetry Festival will begin Saturday, February 4 with a 10:30 a.m. performance of "A Woodland Cinderella" by award-winning puppeteer Deborah Costine. In this new version of the classic story, Cinderella is a fairy who lives with her stepmother and stepsister in an enormous old tree in the forest. The King of all woodland fairies wants his son to marry a fairy princess, but none can be found. So the King hosts a great ball and commands that every single fairy maiden in the land must attend. He knows the secret to identifying a true fairy princess!

Winsted Kid's Ice Fishing Tournament


Highland Lake, Winsted, CT

9 am - 11 am. Highland Lake Boat Launch. Ages 8-16. Bring your own equipment but staff will have equipment if you need to borrow. Visit website for details.