Torrington Summer Concert at Coe Memorial Park Featuring Apricot Brandy


101 Litchfield St., Torrington, CT 06790. Phone: 860-489-2274.

A free Summer Concert at Coe Memorial Park will be held on June 24, 2016 from 7 to 9PM.  Featured will be Apricot Brandy.  The concert is sponsored by the Torrington Parks and Recreation.

Palace Theatre Waterbury - Summer Jazz Series: Rachel Z


100 E. Main Street, Waterbury, CT Phone: 203-346-2000.

While performing and recording steadily with the classic fusion band Steps Ahead from 1988 through 1996, she also worked with Al Di Meola, Larry Coryell, Special EFX, and Angela Bofill, and began a fruitful association with producer/vibraphonist Mike Mainieri. Mainieri produced her Columbia Records debut Trust the Universe in 1993. Reflecting the influence of Corea, Hancock, and even Pat Metheny, the CD featured the jazz radio hit 'Nardis.' This concert is part of New England Arts & Entertainment's Summer Jazz Series in the Poli Club. Subscriptions to all five shows, which include reserved seating purchased by calling the Box Office at 203-346-2000.

White Silo Farm & Winery Holds June Wine Making Class--Sherman


32 Route 37 East, Sherman, CT 06784. Phone: 860-355-0271.

On June 24, 2016 from 6:30PM to 8:30PM White Silo Farm & Winery will offer a June wine Making Class. Together we will make a small batch of our Rhubarb wine. Help clean and cut the rhubarb, hydrate yeast, and prepare the must. We will also cover pressing fruit, post fermentation, racking, fining process and preparation for bottling. After making the wine we will enjoy a glass of Rhubarb wine and answer your wine related questions. Tickets are $25 PP and must be purchased in advance.

Chocolate Decadence Sunset Tour


242 E Main St, Thomaston, CT Phone: (860) 283-7245.

6-9 pm. 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 Conservation Center Hosts Star Party!--Litchfield


Route 202, Litchfield, CT 06759. Phone: 860-567-0857.

June 24, 2016--STAR PARTY! This astronomy program is organized by members of the Litchfield Hills Amateur Astronomy Club and the Mattatuck Astronomical Society. Tonight's topic is Mars the Red Planet: In Fact, Lore, and Fiction. Weather permitting; there will be star gazing after the program. 7:30 P.M., A.B. Ceder Room. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. You are invited to bring your own telescope or binoculars. FREE.

Clean Up Green Up--Event at Cedarland Park--Southbury

06/25/2016 to 07/08/2016

Cedarland Park, Southbury, CT 06488. Phone: 203-263-0076.

Help remove invasive plants from Spring Brook, a small stream that flows through Cedarland Park into the Pomperaug River.  Dates:  8AM to 10AM June 25, 30 and July 8 and 4PM to 6PM on June 28 and July 6, 2016.  Meet at Cedarland Park located on River Trail in Southbury.  Call for more information.

Fireworks - Brookfield/Danbury/New Milford - Candlewood Lake


Danbury, CT

Saturday, June 25 (rain date June 16) Park at Danbury Duckpin Lanes at Hatters Park on Hayestown Road in Danbury or at St. Gregory the Great church and buses will shuttle spectators. Roads will be closed. Fireworks start when it gets dark— generally around 8:30/9 p.m.

Curling Club Norfolk Flora to Feast


70 Golf Drive, Norfolk, CT Phone: 860-542-1100 .

11 am - 4 pm Tour five unique gardens in Litchfield HIlls. Garden guides at each location. Cocktail hour at 5 pm. at the Club. Steak and chicken dinner at 6 pm and silent auction. Tickets available at Norfolk Farmers Market or any Curling Club Member. Garden Tour: $30, Just Dinner $30, Dinner and Tour $50.

Round Hill Highland Games at Lime Rock Park--Lakeville

06/25/2016 to 06/26/2016

60 White Hollow Rd., Lakeville, CT 06039.

Get your Scottish on! Saturday & Sunday, June 25-26, 2016. Rain or Shine! Please join us for our 92nd Annual Highland Games,
to be held at Lime Rock Park in Lakeville, Connecticut. A wee bit o' Scotland will be at Lime Rock Park in Lakeville CT
on Saturday & Sunday, June 25-26, 2016, from 8am to 5pm. We welcome those of Scottish descent and Scots-at-heart
all wishing for a fun-filled day of Scottish activities. Enjoy traditional Highland dancing, drum major, piping and drumming competitions, pipe band competitions, Scottish country dancing, heavy athletic competitions, races and amateur sports for the whole family, children's games & crafts, and fabulous Scottish food & drink. Tartans are proudly displayed in the Parade of Clans.
Clans and Scottish Societies encourage us to trace our heritage and learn about Scottish history. Children gather clan stamps on their Scottish Passport, and clan war cries resound as the tug-o-war teams pull to victory!  Piping, drumming, drum major and pipe band competitions delight us with Scottish music!

Ninth Annual Benefit Car Show--Oxford


25 Great Hill Rd., Oxford, CT 06478. Phone: 203-888-2260.

Oxford's Immanuel Lutheran Church will hold its Ninth Annual Benefit Car Show on Saturday, June 25, 2016 from 3 to 7PM at the church  $10 to register; veterans may enter for free and there is no charge for spectators.  Cut off year for vehicles is pre-1990.  Trophies, a DJ, food and other refreshments.  No pets, bicycles, or motorcycles are allowed.