Ski Sundown - Wild West Day


126 Ratlum Rd., off Rte. 44 and 219, New Hartford, CT 06057. Phone: 860-379-7669.

On Sunday  1-3 p.m. Yee haw! Time to saddle up and join the Connecticut Renegades on horseback for some cowboy fun at Ski Sundown. Try your hand at lassoing a steer, and lookout for bad guys on Gunbarrel! Wild West fun for everyone!  Further information call or visit the website.

DiGrazia Vineyards - February Music Series


131 Tower Rd., Brookfield, CT Phone: 203-775-1616.

1-4 p.m. Sal Salgado

Sharon Historical Society - Connecticut Towns: Iron and Ivory in Connecticut


Sharon Congregational Church, Main St, Sharon, CT Phone: 860-364-5688.

Take a step back into the industrial days of Connecticut's past with two documentary films offering insight into two fascinating industries: the iron-making companies of Northwestern Connecticut, and the ivory-processing houses of Ivoryton, Connecticut. For two centuries Connecticut was a major center for making iron in America. Visions of Iron presents years of historical research on the rich iron region of the Salisbury Iron District. Then, travel down the Connecticut River with Legacies of White Gold to explore Ivoryton's unique history in the ivory trade. Did you know that combs, billiard balls, and piano keys were once produced here in Connecticut using ivory tusks? This industry was a boon for Connecticut, but wreaked devastation in Africa where elephants were slaughtered and men were enslaved. This will be a facilitated discussion, viewing time for the two films is approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes, discussion will follow. Partially funded by a grant from Connecticut Humanities, Connecticut at Work Initiative.

New Morning Market Walking With Ease and Power


129 Main Street North, Woodbury, CT Phone: 203-263-4868.

23rd 11:00am Byron Eddy LMT, CMI Walking is the premier functional exercise of daily human life. Observe people walking and you will see many different forms. Why? It is a learned behavior and is not part of our autonomic nervous system. We learned to walk primarily through observation and experimentation. Using the functional pathways of CMI we can become aware of and change, in a positive way, our habitual patterns and come out better possibly avoiding hip, knee, and back trouble. In this two hour class you will be guided into new ways of walking from standing, lying, and sitting positions. This is not an exercise class and is beneficial to all people in all "walks" of life. Dress in comfortable clothing and be prepared to move. Bring a yoga mat or large bath towel. GET Tickets: $24.00. 

CT Snowshoeing at Hopkins Vineyard


Hopkins Rd, New Preston, CT Phone: (860) 868-7954.

9:45 a.m. Meet at Hopkins Vineyard and shuttle five minutes to Macricostas Preserve, exploring the area's boardwalks and admiring the dramatic view of Lake Waramaug. Enjoy lunch and lake views upstairs in the warmth of the vineyard's Hayloft Wine Bar and an optional wine tasting downstairs by the fire. We'll provide lunch and hot tea and cocoa, information on where to rent snowshoes (we have a few pair available for rent), brief instruction and a day of winter fun. $63 per person.

Harry C. Barnes Memorial Nature Center Indian Rock Nature Preserve - Pysanky: Ukrainian Egg Decorating Class


501 Wolcott Road, Bristol, CT Phone: 860 - 589 - 8200..

Pysanky: Ukrainian Egg Decorating Class Tuesday – 7:00pm to 9:00pm.  Marilyn Keurajian will teach the ancient art of Ukrainian egg decorating called Pysanky. Get hand son experience using the unique techniques needed to create these colorful masterpieces. Maximum 10 people to decorate eggs. Cost $15. members. - $20 non-members.

Ski Sundown - Connecticut Senior Winter Games


126 Ratlum Rd, New Hartford, CT Phone: 860-379-SNOW.

8:00 – 9:00 am Event Registration & Ski Bib Pick-up.  8:30 Opening Ceremonies.  8:45   Lifts open 8:45 – 9:30. Downhill Course Inspection 9:30   Downhill Event Start (speed trap during downhill) 11:00 Giant Slalom Start, Snowboard follows (start after DH end) 12:00  Snowshoe Race Start (start after GS end) 1:30 – 2:30  Lunch 2:00  Awards Ceremony. Visit the website for more information.

Little Coyote Story Hour

02/25/2014 to 02/25/2014

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

Introduce your Pre-school age children to the wonders and joy of traditional Native American stories! Why does Bear have a short tail? Who is Gluskabi and from where did his superpowers come? And why is Coyote known as a "trickster?" Join Janis ‘Four Hearts Whispering’ Us of Mohawk-Shinnecock descent in our beautifully replicated 16th century indoor Sachem's house for delightful and heartwarming stories. Come each time for relaxed fun with new friends.

Fee: Included in regular museum admission: $8 Adults; $6 Seniors; $5 Children; IAIS Members Free.

Saltana Cave Workshop: Learn Ways to Supercharge your Immune System-Ridgefield


590 Danbury Rd., Ridgefield, CT 06877. Phone: 203-969-4327.

Healing with Archangels workshop - February 13 at 5:30 pmLearn to connect with the powerful Archangels in the beautiful, restful and healing Himmalayan salt cave, Saltana Cave, in Ridgefield, CT! The Archangels are powerful messengers, healers, guides and teachers who can help protect us, guide us, and support us in improving our health, relationships, finances, careers and in manifesting our dreams! We will experience powerful meditations and healing techniques to connect with the Archangels, receive healing and guidance from them in the beautiful, serene environment of Saltana Cave. Please RSVP at 203-969-4327. Cost ~ $80 per person. 24-hour cancellation policy applies.

New Morning Market Workshop: Antibiotic and Antiviral Herbs -- Woodbury


129 Main Street North, Woodbury, CT 06798. Phone: 203-263-4868.

On Wednesday, February 26, 2014 at 7:30PM a workshop at New Morning Market:  Antibiotic and Antiviral Herbs with Dr. Eugene Zampieron.  Do you want alternatives to the flu shop this winter season?  Join Dr. Eugene Zampieron as he discusses antibiotic and anti-viral botanicals herbs.  Tickets $5.