Cornwall Historical Society - The Write Stuff


26 Pine St., Cornwall, CT

4 pm. Location: Town Hall. Join the Cornwall Historical Society in listening to an afternoon of entertainment, as Cornwall residents take the stage to read their own works of poetry and prose.

Burlington Historical Society Tavern Day


781 George Washington Tunrpike, Burlington, CT

11 am - 4 pm. Featuring a beer garden, live music, a touch a truck, food court, magician, local arts and crafts, a business expo, antique car show, marching band, face painting and much more.

50th Annual Seymour Pumpkin Festival


French Memorial Park, Rte. 67, 62 Spruce St., Seymour, CT 06478.

On Sun. 10-5 PM. A juried craft show with an average of 15,000 people in attendance. Handmade jewelry, silk and dried flower arrangements, soft sculpture, leather products, paintings, blown glass, woodcrafts, Christmas ornaments, ceramic items, hand painted slate, homemade items, music, games, juried artist show, pumpkin games and decorations, coloring contest, scarecrow contest, food vendors, and much more. A petting zoo, and a costume and pumpkin decorating contest will take place a noon near the festival headquarters.No vehicle traffic, pets or bikes permitted.  Held Rain or Shine. Free.  (usually 2nd to last Sun.) Those seeking additional information may visit the Seymour Pumpkin Festival Facebook, page or email

Naugatuck Historical Society Revolutionary Herbal Medicine with Dr. Raymond Sullivan


210 Church St., Naugatuck, CT Phone: 203-729-9039.

1 pm. Dr. Raymond gives insight into how herbs were used to save lives. In his presentation he will be portraying Dr. John Warren, founder of Harvard Medical School. Refreshments are compliments of the Naugatuck Garden Club and will include fresh herbs. Admission is $5.Event will be held at St. Michael's Church.

Woodbury Colonial Fair & Muster Day in the Hollow


Hollow Rd., Woodbury, CT Phone: 203-263-2855.

A great fall lineup of events begins on Sunday, September 18th with the 21st Annual Colonial Fair from 12-5PM at the Glebe House Museum & Hurd House Museum on Hollow Road in Woodbury. This is a free event. Enjoy a perfect autumn afternoon with a Revolutionary War Reenactment and camp, demonstrations by colonial craftsmen, with crafts and games for the kids to enjoy. The Museum will be open for tours. Hollow Road will be closed for the afternoon so visitors may stroll down Woodbury's most historic street.

3rd Sunday @ Whiting Mills


100 Whiting Street, Winsted, CT Phone: 860-738-2240.

11 am - 4 pm. Meet on site artisans, craftspeople and photographers and browse a variety of unique specialty shops.

Hurd House Hosts Woodbury Colonial Fair & Muster Day


49 Hollow Rd., Woodbury, CT 06798. Phone: 203-263-2595.

Woodbury Colonial Fair & Muster Day at the Hurd House will take place oon Sunday, September 18, 2016 from Noon to 5PM.  There is no rain date.  Free and Open to the Public. 

Newtown Historical Society Children’s Day” at The Little Red School house


7 Cold Spring Rd, Newtown, CT Phone: 203-426-5937.

12 noon to 2 p.m. Children will enjoy the day participating in outside activities and playing colonial games. In case of rain, activities will be held inside the schoolhouse. No registration is required.

The Silo Hunt Hill Farm Spectacular Soups, Biscuits, Breads & More!


44 Upland Rd, New Milford, CT Phone: 860-355-0300.

2 pm.  With Nancy Stuart. Soup & bread make a quick fall weather supper, an easy impromptu meal. Come join Nancy as she shows you how to make easy recipes that will warm you up for the Fall Season. $55 per child-Ages 5-10 Full Participation

Haight Brown Vineyard Annual Harvest Festival 45th year


29 Chestnut Hill Rd., Litchfield, CT Phone: (860)-567-4045.

11:00 AM - 6:00 PM. Admission includes wine tasting, glass, tours, activities, parking and live music. Food and wine available for purchase. Tickets in advance and at the door.