Wings of Freedom Tour Brings Vintage Airplanes to Oxford

09/05/0204 to 09/07/2014

Waterbury-Oxford Airport , Oxford, CT Phone: 860-568-8924.

The Wings of Freedom Tour will be at the Oxford Airport from September 5 to September 7, 2014 and arrive at 2 p.m. on Sept. 5th and depart on Sunday at 5 p.m.  The Tour brings historic aviation to your community.  Tour through the authentically restored aircraft or take a flight aboard for the ultimate immersion in history.  The B-17, B-24 and P-51 are on the 25th season of the Wings of Freedom Tour. Visitors are invited to explore the aircraft inside and out; $15 for adults and $6 for children under age 12.  WWII veterans can tour through the aircraft a no cost.  Call for further information.

Butterfly Festival - Imagine Nation Museum

05/01/2009 to 05/01/2009

One Pleasant Street, Bristol, 06010. Phone: (860) 314-1400.

Friday, 5-8 pm Visit our mini-Butterfly Zone for an up close look as caterpillars eat their lunch! You may even get a chance to see butterflies emerge from their cocoons! Lots of creative crafts and educational activities! Reduced admission price of $4.00 per person. Pizza and ice cream available in our Soda Fountain. A fun and fascinating family night out! Sponsored by the Bristol Mayor's Tourism Entertainment Arts and Museums (T.E.A.M.) Committee. 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm.

CT Art Trail Offers ArtPass--15 Museum for $25

05/01/2009 to 05/01/2009

On May 1, 2009, the statewide Connecticut Art Trail will launch an ArtPass valid for admission to all fifteen world-class museums and historic sites on the Trail. Just $25/person, you can experience all fifteen properties for any two-week period you determine. Children twelve and under are free when accompanied by an adult. The ArtPass will only be available for purchase after May 1, 2009 on the trail's website: The Litchfield Hills area will feature the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield; the Mattatuck Museum Art and History Center, Waterbury and the Weir Farm National Historic Site, Ridgefield/Wilton.

Litchfield County Writers Project Spring 2009--Ann Leary, Marie Bostwick, Lauren Lipton

05/01/2009 to 05/01/2009

855 University Drive, Torrington, 06790. Phone: 860-626-6852.

On Friday, May 1, 2009 at 6:30PM at UConn Torrington Campus, Francis W. Hogan Lecture Hall three highly pooular Litchfield County authors, Ann Leary, Marie Bostwick and Lauren Lipton will be in discussion with Davyne Verstandig in the first annual Creative Conversations event. Free and open to the public. Call for further information.

Creative Conversations Ann Leary, Marie Bostwick, Lauren Lipton at UConn Torrington

05/01/2009 to 05/01/2009

855 University Drive, Torrington, 06790. Phone: 860-626-6852.

Three highly popular Litchfield County authors, Ann Leary, Marie Bostwick and Lauren Lipton, will be in discussion with Davyne Verstandig in the first annual Creative Conversations event. The annual event will be sponsored by the Litchfield County Writers Project. 6:30pm ? 9:00pm Free and open to the public.

Wine, Cheese and Chocolate Pairing e at Haight-Brown Vineyard-Litchfield

05/02/2009 to 05/03/2009

29 Chestnut Hill, Litchfield, 06759. Phone: 860-567-4045.

Wine, Cheese and Chocolate Pairing Saturday at 1pm or 3pm. Sunday at 3pm Reservations required. $20/person 10 Flight wine tasting, each wine deliberately paired with a mouth watering cheese and or chocolate. Open your tastes to new varieties of cheeses from around the world. learn how to pair them with different wine varieties. email or call for reservations: 860-567-4045

A Moosewood Cinco de Mayo Celebration at Hunt Hill Farm's Silo Cooking School

05/02/2009 to 05/02/2009

44 Upland Rd., New Milford, 06776. Phone: 860-355-0300. Fax: 860-350-5495.

With chef and author David Hirsch from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. The Moosewood Restaurant is one of our country�s most influential vegetarian restaurants. Join David for a celebratory menu featuring Black Beans and Pickled Red Onions with Yellow Rice, Mango Corn Jicama Salsa with spring greens, Spinach Cheese Burritos with Blender Hot Sauce, Baked Tofu with Mole Sauce, Strawberry Chocolate Quesadillas. At the end of class, an introduction and sampling of unique artisan Mexican beers will be presented by Northville Liquors and Wines. Don�t miss this fiesta! (Demonstration). Contact Cooking School Director Chef Mary Kravec for more information. $85 per person or 2 for $160. Reserve online or by calling.

1st Annual Rummage/Bake Sale Roxbury Congregational Church

05/02/2009 to 05/02/2009

24 Church St., Roxbury, 06783. Phone: 860-354-1274.

9 a.m. - 2 p.m. on Sat. The sale will feature gently used clothing, household goods, books, furniture and miscellaneous items. At 1:30 p.m. visitors are invited to fill a bag for $3. Coffee will be served for free all day.

Blue's Clues Live! The Most Spectacular Place

05/02/2009 to 05/03/2009

Thomaston Opera House, 158 Main St., Thomaston, 06787. Phone: 860-283-6250.

BLUE'S CLUE LIVE! The Most Spectacular Place On May 2 and 3, 2009 at 1:00pm and 4:00pm. All seats $8.00. Ask about our Family 4 Pack Special! For tickets visit us on-line or call the Box Office (860) 283-6250 On stage, Blue and Steve lead the audience on a clue-based journey, in search of the most spectacular place of all. This quest takes them through the Storybook Forest, where Blue and Steve meet the Three Little Pigs, Goldilocks, The Big Bad Wolf and other characters from classic fairytales. Blue and Steve even travel to outer space in search of the most spectacular place, discovering planets and other celestial wonders along the way. When they discover the final clue, Blue and Steve learn that aside from the surprise-filled world of Theatre, home is the most spectacular place of all! Directed and Choreographed by Tom Creatore Sponsored by The Republican-American and FM 97.3 WZBG

Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden Plant Sale and Exhibit

05/02/2009 to 05/02/2009

9 Main Street North, Bethlehem, 06751. Phone: 203-266-7596.

9 am early bird sale and a 10% discount for CTL Members Annual Plant Sale and Exhibit Opening The annual sale features more than just annuals! Browse the extensive collection of perennials, trees, and shrubs, many of which propagated from historic plants in the 1915 Ferriday Garden. Richard Wick of Fifth Season Farm will be on hand to answer questions about organic vegetable gardening. Exhibit Opening at 2 pm: nature themed pencil drawings and watercolor paintings by artist Betsy Rogers-Knox and her students.