Maron Hotel Psychic Fair

01/28/2018

42 Lake Aveue Ext., Danbury, CT

11-6 pm We specialize in bringing the most experienced and professional readers in the area. All of our great readers must go through a rigorous interview process. So when you come, you know you are getting some of the best readings in the CT area. Since 1984, we have provided insight for thousands of satisfied customers. We are a no-frills fair. Professional, tested readers are what you want. Information is what you need. That is what we offer. Affordable? Yes! We offer Discounts after your first readingAdmission to all fairs is FREE! All readings are priced at 15-minute intervals. Costs are $20 for your 1st 15 minutes and then $18 for each additional 15 minutes. You can see the same reader or different readers. You create your own schedule. Discounts are good only on the day of each fair.

Waterbury Symphony Orchestra Music in Great Spaces, Heroic Music | St. Michaels Parish, Litchfield

01/28/2018 to 01/28/2018

74 South St, Litchfield, CT , Litchfield, CT 06759. Phone: 203-574-4283.

Introducing Music in Great Spaces! Heroic Music for Brass and Organ 4 PM Non subscription musical concerts in exceptional spaces in our community. St. Michael's Parish, Litchfield. http://stmichaels-litchfield.org/ Tickets for Music in Great Spaces will go on sale 8/1/2017 Tickets online $25.00 | at door of this event will be $35.00

Sportsmen's Full Moon Snow shoeing Hikes

01/31/2018

Rte 109, Morris, CT Phone: 860-567-3167.

On January 31 from 6 pm to 9 pm another hike will take place with a hike around Camp Columbia that was established by Columbia University for their School of Surveying. The hallmark of the park is the 75-foot-high observation tower built in 1942 by members of Columbia University's Class of 1906. The tower is the only remaining structure on 591 acre property. We will hike through the remains of the camp, which some note to be haunted, where we hope to catch a beautiful view of the Super Moon!! A great hike for history buffs and veteran and new snowshoe enthusiasts!!

White Memorial Conservation Center Cut It Out: The Local History and Practice of Ice Harvesting

02/03/2018

80 Whitehall Rd, Litchfield, CT

Ice harvested from Bantam Lake was used for refrigeration throughout the year. Begin in the Museum with a visit to the Ice House display, then head outdoors for a walk down the Lake Trail to visit the old ice house ruins. The program culminates with our own "Cut Ups" Jeff Greenwood, James Fischer, and Gerri Griswold demonstrating how ice was cut and moved using the same tools and methods. Dress for the weather. We will be walking and standing on Ongley Pond for extended periods of time. Wear warm boots and prepare for wind and sun. Hot beverages and treats will be provided to fortify you! 11:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M. Meet in the Museum. FREE ... Donations will be accepted to help defray the Conservation Center's programming expenses.

White Memorial Conservation Center The Forest Wolf

02/03/2018

80 Whitehall Rd, Litchfield, CT

Andrew Dobos takes you on a wildlife tracking walk through the winter woods. There are always clues left behind by the animals for us to decipher, telling a story of their habits and lives. Get to know our beloved wildlife that much better. Children should be accompanied by an adult and all should dress extra warm and wear good boots! You never know where the animals have been.10:00 A. M. – 12:00 P.M. Meet in the Museum. Members: $5.00 Non-Members: $15.00, Pre-registration and pre-payment are required. Call 860-567-0857 

Waterbury Symphony Orchestra Music in Great Spaces, Heroic Music; St. John's Episcopal Church | Waterbury

02/04/2018 to 02/04/2018

16 Church St, Waterbury, CT , Waterbury, CT 06702. Phone: 203-574-4283.

3 PM. Non subscription musical concerts in exceptional spaces in our community St. John's on the Green | Waterbury http://www.stjohnsonthegreen.org/ Tickets for Music in Great Spaces will go on sale 8/1/2017 Tickets online $25.00 | at door of this event will be $35.00

Danbury Museum Paint & Pour

02/09/2018

43 Main St, Danbury, CT Phone: 203.743.5200.

Get ready to showcase your artistic abilities at this fun event. On Friday, February 9, have a glass of wine and create a unique project using a wine bottle as the canvas!

Mardi Gras Party at the Carousel Museum

02/10/2018

95 Riverside Ave, Bristol, CT

The New England Carousel Museum will be in full New Orleans-style celebration mode during its 28th annual Mardi Gras party on Saturday, February 10, 2018 from 7:30 PM - midnight. Come join us for an evening of fun and frolicking with great music, good food, bourbon, and beads.

White Memorial Conservation Center Mindful Eating Meditation and Nature Ramble with Marlow Shami

02/10/2018

80 Whitehall Rd, Litchfield, CT

Marlow has written a guided meditation designed to support mindful eating and deep relaxation. Join this nature-loving tribe on an inner-space adventure then embark on an outdoor journey rambling along one of the Sanctuary's beautiful trails. We'll relax with a cup of something delicious and hot to drink after our walk. Take a few hours for yourself. Perhaps you'll learn something new about your inner workings and the natural world of which you are a part. Limit of 10 participants. 10:00 A. M. – 12:00 P.M., Meet in the A. B. Ceder Room. The program is free but you must pre-register by calling 860-567-0857 or register online

They Sawed up a Storm

02/10/2018

9 Greenwoods Rd. East, Norfolk, CT

4 pm Norfolk Library. Author Sarah Shea Smith will discuss her book They Sawed Up a Storm about a group of New Hampshire women who operated a sawmill on the shores of Turkey Pond in Concord, New Hampshire in 1942. The sawmill, one of two on the pond, was built by the U.S. Forest Service to saw up what remained of the logs stored in the water from the hurricane of 1938. They Sawed Up A Storm is a book about this group of women, the 1938 hurricane, the timber salvage efforts and the determination of the people of New England at the time the U.S. entered into World War II.
Sarah Shea Smith was Extension professor and specialist, Forest Industry, at the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension for 27 years. Sarah has worked as a hardwood lumber inspector, a teacher, and a door-and-trim carpenter. She holds a bachelor of science degree in forestry and a master's in occupational education from the University of New Hampshire. Sarah and her husband, Peter, live in Newmarket, New Hampshire.
Copies of the book will be available for sale.