Kent Art Association Fall Juried Show

09/16/2017 to 10/09/2017

21 South Main St., Kent, CT Phone: 860-927-3989.

Sept. 16- Oct 9 Thurs.-Sun. 1–5 pm (Open Columbus Day, Monday). Awards Reception Saturday 9/16 2-4pm.

White Silo Winery 10th Annual Raspberry Festival.

09/16/2017 to 09/17/2017

32 Rte. 37 E., Sherman, CT Phone: 860-355-0271.

Free admission. Sat/Sun 12-5pm. Food, Wine, Tours, Live Music

The Silo Hunt Hill Farm Preserving The Bounty Series #4-Summer Tomatoes & Salsas


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

11:00-2:00pm $65.00 with Pam Lillis Bumper crop? In this class we're doing everything tomato! Recipes include Original Gazpacho Salsa & Roasted Tomato Puree. Methods to safely can whole or diced tomatoes to serve all winter long.

Nutmeg Rabbit Show


116 Old Middle St, Goshen, CT

8 a.m. - 12 noon. See many different breeds and varieties of rabbits. We hold our show annually on the 3rd Sunday in September at the Goshen Fairgrounds in Goshen CT.

Burlington Historical Society - Tavern Day


781 George Washington Turnpike, Burlington, CT Phone: 860-673-3815.

11 am - 4 pm on the Burlington Green. Historical reenactors, beer and wine at the tavern, food court, live music, kids fun zone, town crier, story teller and much more.

Seymour Pumpkin Festival


73 Spruce Street, Seymour, CT

10 am - 5 pm. The festival offers carnival rides, live entertainment, a petting zoo, games, children's contests, arts and craft vendors and a variety of food booths run by local civic, school and non-profit organizations. Entrance to the festival is free. The festival will host more than 110 booths this year featuring some new and eclectic arts and crafts vendors including scrap metal décor, nautical-themed items, seasonal wreaths, hand-sewn soft goods, handmade jewelry, original glassware, birdhouses and wood crafts. There will be a roaming magician, a sculpting demonstration, caricatures, face painting, henna and psychic readings.

Oliver Wolcott Library Lecture


160 South Street, Litchfield, CT

1-2 pm. Nuns, Nazis & Notre Dame: A Conversation with Gerald O'Reilly

8th Annual HARVEST FEST 5K with PICNIC


1145 Brandy Hill, Torrington, CT

10 am start time for runners and walkers. Miles for Moe is an event that is growing and changing every year! This year's event will be our 4th family friendly 5K road race; for runners and walkers alike (no bike ride or kids fun run), to be held rain or shine! The Harvest Fest 5K will start and finish at Camp MOE 1145 Brandy Hill, Torrington, CT and will consist of a moderately hilly, out-and-back route on both paved and gravel terrain. The rural country this course takes runners through, will offer beautiful fall foliage views in September!



42 Ives Rd, Goshen, CT Phone: 860-491-9906.

1:30 - 4:40 pm.

Glebe House Colonial Fair in the Hollow ​


49 Hollow Road, Woodbury, CT Phone: 203-263-2855.

12-5. 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.