New England CAROUSEL MUSEUM - Dancing at the Museum


95 Riverside Ave., Rte. 72, Bristol, CT Phone: 860-585-5411.

Dancing at the Carousel Museum Saturday March 29 at 7:30pm -11:30pm/ Bring your buddies! Bring your dancing shoes! Bring your best moves!  Two special performances by the Stardust Dancers  Special Hostess: Rita Giancola  $13 per person.

David M. Hunt Library - FILM SILENT CLOWNS: A Film Program for the Whole Family Presented and with music by Joanna Seaton and Donald Sosin


63 Main Street, Falls Village, CT Phone: 860-824-7424 .

On Saturday, March 29 at 6pm the David M. Hunt Library in Falls Village, CT will host a free movie night, Silent Clowns: A Film Program for the Whole Family.  Two silent era comedies will be presented and accompanied with live music--early songs about the movies by Irving Berlin and others--by Joanna Seaton and Donald Sosin.  The films to be shown are Charlie Chaplin in The Adventurer (1916), 25 min and Buster Keaton in One Week (1920), 23 min.  Reservations are requested; please call 860-824-7424.  For over two decades Donald Sosin and Joanna Seaton have brought their keyboard, vocals and percussion to major film festivals and museums around the US and Europe. They are guest artists at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, MoMA, the Museum of the Moving Image, the National Gallery, the Telluride Festival, the Seattle Film Festival, the San Francisco Silent Film Festival, Harvard Film Archive, Yale, Emory, and at Italy’s annual film retrospectives in Bologna and Pordenone. Locally they’ve performed at Music Mountain, numerous schools and libraries, MASS MoCA, the Wadsworth Atheneum, and on public radio. They have created scores for over forty silent film DVDs (Criterion, Kino, Milestone, National Film Preservation Foundation, and European labels), for Turner Classic Movies, and received commissions from the Chicago Symphony Chorus, the San Francisco Chamber Orchestra, and the Orchestra of St. Luke’s.

Beardsley and Memorial Library - Dog Listerner


40 Munro Place, Winsted, CT Phone: (860) 379-6043.

Spend the evening with Dog Listener Pat Wright at Beardsley and Memorial Library on Saturday, March 29, 2014, at 11:00 a.m. Learn how to bring your dog to peace and solve the problem of unwanted behaviors. Pat Wright has worked as the highest ranking member in the United States of the Jan Fennell International Team of Dog Listeners. Some of the many topics discussed are pulling on the lead, jumping up, aggression, separation anxiety, and excessive barking. Pat mixes in some very entertaining experiences from her many years of Dog Listening throughout New England. Questions are welcome but please no dogs. This program is free and open to the public.

Spring Fling Craft Show - Police Activites League - Danbury


Danbury PAL Building 35 Hayestown Rd, Danbury, CT

Spring Fling Craft Show is a one day show that will be held in Danbury in the United States of America. It helps in the development and advancement of the art and craft industry and also helps the professionals to connect and interact with each other. Wood, Doll Houses, Scarfs, Embroidery, Quilts, Floral, Folk Art, Stained Glass, Hand painted Clothing, Fused Glass and other products and services will be exhibited through this platform. The exhibitors of the show will also gain a significant opportunity to connect and interact with each other.

Roxbury Land Trust invites you to participate in the Shepaug Baseball Ultra Marathon Road Race


Bridgewater Pavilion, Bridgewater, CT

8 a.m. Start/Stop will be at the Bridgewater Pavilion, Bridgewater, for a 10K, or 50-mile course that will traverse the Sunny Valley trails of Hunt Hill and Roxbury Land Trust trails from Minor Bridge Road into the Erbacher Preserve, across Volunteers Bridge to the River Road Preserve and loop back to Bridgewater. Registration and info @ and additional inforfrom Austin Planz,

Danbury Museum & Historical Society Hosts A Whole Lotta History Luncheon


43 Main St., Danbury, CT 06810. Phone: 203-743-5200.

MARK YOUR CALENDARS for a very special event! A WHOLE LOTTA HISTORY LUNCHEON--Saturday, March 29, 2014 as we welcome Sarah Rose author of For All the Tea in China--How England Stole the World's Favorite Drink and Changed History "... a delightful read - intrigue, suspense, eccentric character, dastardly deeds, treachery, exotic locales."  Call for further information.

New England Carousel Museum - Dancing at the Museum


92 Riverside Ave., Rte. 72, Bristol, CT Phone: 860-585-5411.

7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Dancing at the Carousel Museum. Visit the website for more information.

H.O.R.S.E. - Volunteer Day - Washington


43 Wilbur Road, , Washington, CT Phone: 860-868-1960.

Volunteer Day- Saturday March 29, 2014. 9AM -4PM. Cleaning and fixing up the barn, grooming and walking horses. Please bring your own tools if you have them. Lunch is provided. Rain date is Sunday March 30, 2014.

The Silo - Hunt Hill Farm Trust - Ultimate Greek-Cypriot Island Dinner


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

On Saturday, 6 to 90.m. with Chef Rea Vaveris.  You’ll be swept up in Chef Rea’s enthusiasm for her native island of Cyprus - and its food and culture.  Get in the mood with grilled Halloumi, pita and a celebratory shot of ouzo.  You’ll prepare a wide variety of classic Greek and Cypriot dishes - then feast together finishing with Turkish coffee and maybe even some fortune reading.  

Menu:Dolmathes Avgolemono: Stuffed Grape Leaves in Egg-Lemon Sauce (meat-filled), Psari sto fourno: Baked Whole Red Snapper, Pantzaria Salada: Roasted Beet Salad with Walnuts, Arni me Patates sto fourno: Oven Roasted Leg of Lamb and Potatoes, Tzatziki: Yogurt and Cucumber Sauce, Kypriaki Horiatiki Salada: Cypriot Village Salad, Portokalopita me yiaourti: Orange Cake with Honeyed Yogurt, Ellinikos Kafes: Greek Coffee. Full Participation. $90 per person.

Stone Pendant Workshop

03/29/2014 to 03/29/2014

38 Curtis Road, Washington, CT 06793. Phone: 860-868-0518.

Have fun making ancient jewelry with Primitive Technologist Jeff Kalin (Cherokee descent). Workshop participants will use steatite, slate and pipe stone to fashion pendants and beads. Students will learn to shape, polish, incise and drill, using stone age traditional tools and techniques.

CT Educators may earn 0.3 CEUs

Registration and prepayment required. Please call to reserve your space.

Fee (includes materials): $60; $55 IAIS Members