Ansonia Nature Center NIGHT HIKE: Strawberry Moon


10 Deerfield Rd., Ansonia, CT Phone: 203-736-1053.

7 pm Native American tribes traditionally kept track of the seasons by giving distinctive names to each recurring full moon. The name of this moon, given because strawberries are harvested in June, was universal to all Algonquin tribes. However, in Europe they called it the Rose Moon. Wear appropriate footwear. For all ages (children must be accompanied by an adult). FEE: $1.00.

Lake Compounce Good Grades Days!

06/23/2017 to 06/24/2017

186 Enterprise Dr, Bristol, CT Phone: 860-583-3300 (Offices open at 9am).

Show us your report card and get discounts on park admission based on your academic performance! We know you've worked hard all year long, now play hard all summer long!

White Memorial Conservation Center Star Party


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

This astronomy program is organized by members of the Litchfield Hills Amateur Astronomy Club and the Mattatuck Astronomical Society. Weather permitting; there will be star gazing after the program. 8:00 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... Donations will be accepted to help defray the Conservation Center's programming expenses.

Wisdom House Retreat and Conference Center

06/23/2017 to 06/24/2017

229 East Litchfield Rd, Litchfield, CT 06759. Phone: 860-567-3163.

This retreat will consider the life and witness of Daniel Berrigan,   the Jesuit priest, poet, and modern-day prophet, who did so

much through his writing and courageous actions, to elevate the Christian conscience on the subject of war and peace.

Presented by Robert Ellsberg.

Litchfield Audubon Hike at Tunxis Wildlife Management Area


Wilderness Road, West Hartland, CT

10 am. This hike at Tunxis WMA begins on Wilderness Road in West Hartland, CT, and will take several hours. We will start at 10 a.m. and finish at approximately 4 p.m. (this is a hike, not a walk). After a pleasant walk of several hundred yards, the trail forks: to the left it leads to the northeast side of the Colebrook River Lake and is steep. The right-hand fork is a gradual rise, rocky in several places, and leads to Route 57 in Massachusetts. Meet in Riverton, CT, across from the post office. Bring water, lunch, snacks, and be sure to wear sturdy shoes or hiking

DisH Liv(ing) Walking Tours


Danbury, CT Phone: (475) 289 3113..

Promising hidden treasures, historic notes, tasty treats, and friendly chat, DisH Liv(ing) Walking Tours will continue with new discoveries on Saturday June 24th, 11:00am to 1:00pm, throughout CityCenter's Main Street business district. Hosted by downtown Danbury resident, Ted Killmer, the Walk will include visual art exhibitions, yummy tastings, an 1852 architectural gem, a hidden wall mural, and plenty of friendly conversation. The Walk is FREE, though tips are welcomed. As much as possible, stops are wheelchair accessible, family friendly, and do not require difficult climbs. Reservations are encouraged. RSVP to with your name, the number in your party, and a phone contact. A confirmation will let you know where to meet and the itinerary. For future dates and detailed information, write to or call (475) 289 3113. (Walk programs are subject to change.)



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

8 pm. Who are they, who who, who who?! They're hardest hitting tribute to one of the greatest bands in rock history!! From the guitar windmills to the microphone swings, Who's Next brings every detail of The Who's ground-breaking performances. Still not convinced? If you missed them in our Hartford location...this is your opportunity to come see them rock the stage in Norfolk!

Flanders Nature Center Walking Stick Carving Demonstration and Workshop


5 Church Hill Rd, Woodbury, CT Phone: 203-263-3711 .

10 am at the Sugar Shack. $5. Members of the Connecticut Woodcarvers Association will be bringing their expertise to Flanders to hold a demonstration on the craft of the carving of walking sticks. They will be sharing their knowledge and love of their craft and providing tips and techniques on the carving of these pieces. People will not only have the chance to meet and watch these award-winning wood artists at work but also the hands-on opportunity to "peel" a birch sapling using shaving horses and to learn the initial carving techniques to make a practical and functional walking stick.

Northwest Arts Council Open Your Eyes Studio Tours Salisbury and Sharon

06/24/2017 to 06/25/2017

40 Main Street, Suite 1, Torrington, CT Phone: (860) 618-0075.

The  tour will feature many artists and artisans who have their studios in Sharon and Salisbury. Participating visual artists and artisans will open their creative spaces and show their processes to the public during the days of the tour. Free Ticket Packets can be ordered through the website and include a map, directions sheets, and convenient sign-in stickers. The Studio Tour is free to the public,

Norfolk Curling Club 3rd Annual Garden Tour - Flora to Feast


70 Golf Dr., 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.