Chocolate Decadence Sunset Tour


242 East Main St., Thomaston, CT Phone: 860-283-7245.

Calling all train and wine afficionados. Starts at Thomaston Station with live music, food and wine. All Aboard for wine and chocolate tastings. Take a ride along the Naugy and stop at Fascia's for more chocolate - eating and making. Tickets available at The Chocolate Decadence Sunset Tour schedule will be:6:00 Reception at the Thomaston Station including live music 6:30 All Aboard! 6:45 Depart the station 7:00 Bubbly toast on the face of the scenic Thomaston dam 7:10 Wine and Chocolate tasting on the train while underway 7:40 – 8:45 Fascia's Chocolate Company Tour and Make Your Own Chocolate; more tasting; purchase your favorites, and enjoy a freshly made chocolate lava cake 9:00 Back to Thomaston Station

White Memorial Foundation Star Party


80 Whitehall Road, Litchfield, CT Phone: 860-567-0857.

There will only be star gazing tonight! 8:00 P.M., Meet at the Observatory in the Sawmill Field.

Infinity Hall JANE MONHEIT


20 Greenwoods Rd West, Norfolk, CT Phone: 866-666-6306.

8 pm. Grammy-nominated jazz vocalist Jane Monheit returns to our Hartford stage!! If you consider yourself jazz savvy, or you just like the sound of a beautiful voice, we will see you at this show!!

The Sherman Players - Dark Of The Moon

09/22/2017 to 10/15/2017

5 CT-39, Sherman, CT Phone: (860) 354-3622.

A perennial favorite Dark of the Moon is based on the haunting folk ballad of "Barbara Allen." Employing a large cast and imaginative settings in the Smoky Mountains, Dark of the Moon recounts the story of John, a strange "witch boy" who upon first beholding the beautiful Barbara Allen immediately falls in love. He is given human form to woo and marry her on the condition that she remain true to him. Dark of the Moon was produced on Broadway in 1945.

Theatreworks Merrily We Roll Along

09/22/2017 to 09/30/2017

5 Brookside Ave., New Milford, CT Phone: 860-350-6883.

SEPTEMBER 22,23 28,29,30. Merrily We Roll Along begins in the present and moves backwards, tracing the lives of wealthy, jaded composer Franklin Shepard and his two estranged friends through each milestone of their personal and professional lives (good and bad). The show ends with a touch of rueful irony, as the three best friends at the start of their careers face a bright future: young, talented and enthusiastic about the worlds waiting to be conquered. Merrily We Roll Along is a modest-sized show that crackles with the wit, humor and intensity that embody the spirit of New York City. With a brilliant "Broadway-style" score and that deep insight one expects from any Sondheim endeavor, Merrily We Roll Along is a spirited and moving cautionary tale for anyone who has ever pursued a dream.


09/23/2017 to 09/24/2017

223 Morris Town Line Rd, Watertown, CT Phone: 860-274-9001. .

Come and learn about these lovely animals. Hours: 10 am - 3 pm.

South Britain Congregational Church Apple Festival


693 South Britain Road,, South Britain, CT Phone: 203- 264-5890..

9 am - 3 pm. Tag Sale, book room, jewelry, pies,homebaked goods, music, food vendors, kids activities, food vendors. One of the highlights of the Festival will besale of homemade apple pies made by the members of the church. Other homemade baked goods will also be available. The luncheon will feature BBQ pulled pork sandwiches,hamburgs, sandwiches and apple crisp and pumpkin pie for dessert. Vegetarian gluten-free food will be offered as well. An outdoor snack bar will be available for the occasional hunger breaks and will feature apple cider donuts, gourmet caramel apples, and apple dumplings. Hot dogs will also be available. Special children's activities will be available in Kid's World where games and prizes will be offered throughout the day. A big favorite is the infamous Dunk Tank. Local celebrities are scheduled for dunking in the Tank throughout the day.Drummers will offer peaceful music to open the Festival at 9:00 AM. The Rockin' Roosters Square dancers will entertain at 10:l5 AM followed by the Ole Tyme Bristol Players. A mini concert on the newly renovated Shantz pipe organ will take place at 12:l5 with church organist, Wayne Gunther, performing. At 1:30 "Here Comes Trouble" will provide super harmony accompanied on the piano by Mr. Gunther.There is plenty of free parking and no admission fee is charged. All are welcome for a fun country festival. Rain or Shine. or more information, visit Facebook, or our website: or call the church office at 203- 264-5890.

New Hartford Giant Flea Market Brodie Park


580 West Hill Road, New Hartford, CT

8:00am - 3:00pm $2. Early Buying: 6:30am $6

Gunn Memorial Library The Bulls Bridge to Waterbury Power Line in Washington, CT


5 Wykeham Rd, Washington, CT Phone: 860-868-7756 .

Gunn Historical Museum, in collaboration with Steep Rock Association and Hollister House Garden, present Steve Jones and Zac Mirecki who will give a free, illustrated presentation titled, "The Bulls Bridge to Waterbury Power Line in Washington, CT", in the new program barn at Hollister House Garden at 300 Nettleton Hollow Road in Washington, CT. Following their presentation Steve and Zac will lead a history hike in Steep Rock Preserve in Washington, where participants will see and hear more about the remaining features of this power line. The Bulls Bridge hydroelectric power project, built on the Housatonic River in 1904, was the largest power project of its kind at the time east of the Rocky Mountains. Remarkably, the electricity generated here was not used locally, but transported 26 miles over to Waterbury. This created both amazement and disdain for the project. In their continuing research on this fascinating power line Steve and Zac have discovered new information which they will be sharing in their presentation. Steve and Zac will discuss the short but turbulent history of this power line, and rediscover its long-lost route through the southern part of Washington, Connecticut, including Nettleton Hollow, and they will have a display of the actual artifacts found along the route.

Danbury Museum - Museum Live Day


43 Main St, Danbury, CT

The Danbury Museum & Historical Society is pleased to once again be a participating partner and featured venue for Smithsonian Museum Day Live! on Saturday, September 23, 2017. The Danbury Museum will offer free tours of our historic buildings. Also, be sure to stop by Huntington Hall to view our current exhibit commemorating World War I, entitled - The Great War: Danbury Answers the Call and browse the museum gift shop. A nationwide event, Museum Day Live! offers free admission to visitors presenting a Museum Day Live! ticket. Visit for more info and your two free tickets.
Inclusive by design, the event represents Smithsonian's commitment to make learning and the spread of knowledge accessible to everyone. Present your Museum Day Live! ticket and gain free admission for two tours and see our current exhibit, "Toy Time: Playful Pieces at the Danbury Museum" - FOR ONE DAY ONLY! We look forward to welcoming you to Danbury's home for local history!