44 Main St., Newtown, CT 06470. Phone: 203-753-0381.
Newtown Historical Society's Open House November 15, 2015--Sunday: Matthew Curtiss House Museum from 12:00 noon to 4:00 pm--Colonial and Revolutionary Era Women's Dress. By Rebecca Starkins. Join us for a fashionable walk through the Revolution! Using a collection of reproduction, historically accurate garments, we will explore the many layers of Colonial and Revolutionary era women's dress. Rebecca Starkins of A Fashionable Frolick will bring history alive by providing visual and tactile access to the past. She will showcase various wardrobe items worn by women in the 18th century, from shoes to shifts, high-fashion hats to lower-class linens. All together, these objects will show the many layers of dress that defined the iconic look of our early American ancestors.
185 East Flat Hill Rd., Southbury, CT 06488. Phone: 203-264-5098.
Sunday Afternoon Hike at Audubon at Bent of the River--Sunday, November 15, 2015 from 1- 3 pm/Join us for a guided hike through our forest and meadow trails. Meet in the visitor parking lot at 1 pm. Families are welcome to attend. Suggested trail use fee is $5 per adult, $1 for children and seniors. Trails are free for members of the National Audubon Society. To RSVP, please contact Sarah Baskin, firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-264-5098 ext. 111.
2 Green Hill Rd., Washington Depot, CT 06794. Phone: 860-868-0525.
On Sunday, November 15th - 2pm - Author Signing with Ellen Stimson - An Old-Fashioned Christmas. With its trademark snow, piney forests, sleigh rides and woodsmoke curling out of village chimneys, Vermont was practically invented for the Christmas postcard. It's got Christmas goose and the maple syrup with which to glaze it. It's most of the reason author Ellen Stimson made Vermont her home. And no one celebrates the season better than Ellen Stimson, a Midwestern transplant to Vermont. Here she shares recipes that have been in her family for generations, mixes up a cocktail or two, and invites readers to make their own traditions.
5 Wykeham Rd., Washington, CT 06793. Phone: 860-868-7586.
Dealing with Bullying--Sunday, November 15, 1:00pm in the Wykeham Room. Sandra Vonniessen-AppleBee of Connecticut Anti-Defamation League's A World of Difference® Institute will facilitate a workshop entitled. "What Children Want Adults to Know About Bullying". This program is designed to help parents and grandparents understand the issue of bullying and equip them with the tools needed to help their children respond effectively to bullying and mean behavior.
South Street, Litchfield, CT 06759. Phone: 860-567-8030.
Join the Nutmeg Ballet on Sunday, November 15, 2015 from 1PM to 1:45PM for a preview performance and demonstration that tells the story of the Nutcracker, featuring Thomas Evertz as Dr. Drosselmeyer. Registration is required.
38 Main St., Salisbury, CT 06068. Phone: 860-435-2838.
On Sunday, November 15, 2015 from 12:30-2:00PM Scoville Library will offer an Outdoor Adventure for Families: Hike with Ed Thorney. Leisurely, family-friendly hike with plenty of stops and exploration time. Kids 6 and older are welcome. Appropriate dress and equipment will be discussed at first workshop. Meets at St. John's Main Sanctuary.
2 Tunnel Road, Washington, CT 06793. Phone: 860-868-7377.
Glenholme School will hold its second annual 5K Run for Autism at 10AM on Sunday, November 15, 2015 in Steep Rock Preservation. Registration from 8:30AM to 9:45AM--$25 ($20 in advance). The course is flat and hugs the Shepaug River. Dogs are welcome. Awards.
4 Studio Hill Rd., Kent, CT 06757. Phone: 860-927-4587.
Jeopardy! is coming back for a long-awaited return to Kent's Town Hall, with a fun tournament of answers and questions presided over by First Selectman Bruce Adams. It will be held Sunday, Nov. 15 at 2 p.m. Preceding the competition, the Kent Historical Society will hold a brief Annual Meeting. Members and the public are invited to attend. The Kent Historical Society sponsors the Sunday Series every other month September through May. Admission is free, but donations are welcome. Kent Historical Society's Sunday Series, November 15 at 2 p.m. First Selectman Bruce Adams will lead a Jeopardy! event based on Kent and U.S. history,
Father Shea Hall, 50 Charles St., Waterbury, CT Phone: 203-756-8837.
White elephant table, themed gift baskets, handmade knits, crafts, jewelery, ornaments, baked goods, vendor items, drawings, breakfast, lunch.
42 Ives Rd, Goshen, CT 06756. Phone: 890-491-9906.
Miranda Vineyard has a history of providing a stage for new performers who go on to become quite well-known. We also provide a stage to lots of talented folks who never become famous, but who keep the arts alive and growing for all to enjoy. Most of what you’ll hear is original songs on acoustic instruments, but we warmly welcome whatever you have to offer.Our wine bar, seating area with cozy fireplace and balcony seating are open during this event. To grab a bottle of wine, bring some snacks (or purchase some here) and enjoy the show.
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