Woodbury Fall Festival


Main Street, Woodbury, CT

2-6 pm. Local vendors, live music, 15 food trucks plus food from local restaurants, prize winning opportunities, fun and games including a pumpkin derby!



Housatonic River Road, Salisbury, CT

11 am - 12 pm. Contrast a shaded walk along a flat trail beside the Housatonic River with the smoky history of the same land. Lou Bucceri, from the Salisbury Association Historical Society, will share the history about the factory and the people that produced the most powerful cannon of the Civil War. Learn how the cannon destroyed no Confederate targets, but only the man and company who created it. 1 hour–0.5 mile From the Rt 7 & Rt 112 junction in Falls Village–Drive west on Rt 112 to Dugway Road (opposite the Outfield Entrance to Lime Rock Park), turn right and follow Dugway Rd. for 2 miles. At iron bridge, turn left, then immediately turn right onto Housatonic River Rd. Drive 0.5 mile to parking lot for Falls Village Dam boat launch. OR from Rt 44, turn onto Housatonic River Road.



Rte. 7 and Rte. 112, Salisbury, CT

9 am - 10 am. Sycamore Field is a beautiful field that borders the Housatonic River and Rt 7. Join Lynn Meehan, from the Salisbury Land Trust, for a walk along the edge of the field to the river and hear about the flora and fauna, the history of the area and about the Housatonic River. 1 mile–1 hour Meet at the site, located on Rt 7, about 0.5 mile south of the intersection of Rts 7 & 112 (which is just south of Housatonic Valley Regional High School).

Lourdes in Litchfield Shrine Living Rosary


83 Montfort Rd., Litchfield, CT Phone: (860) 567-8434..

Hosted by the Knights of Columbus, this yearly event helps in the celebration of the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. Prayer begins at 2:00 pm in the Grotto Plaza.

Kent Library Annual Booksale

10/01/2017 to 10/22/2017

32 North Main St., Kent, CT Phone: 860.927.3761.

Fri., Sat. and Sun. 11 am - 5 pm.

Prospect Historical Society Vintage Quilts and Victorian Tea


26 New Haven Rd., Prospect, CT Phone: 203 758 6359 or 203 910 1161.

1 pm - 3 pm. The Prospect Historical Society is presenting a Vintage Quilt and Victorian Tea to take place at the Prospect Firehouse on October 1, 2017. The guest speaker is Sue Reich and she will present the Hotchkiss family quilts from the 1850's to the 1930's. Bring your own quilts to share! Tickets are $20.00 each and all proceeds go to the Nellie and Ruth Cowdell Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded to a graduating senior from Prospect annually.

Theatreworks Merrily We Roll Along

10/01/2017 to 10/21/2017

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

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.

Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum Portfolio Workshop with Anissa Mack


258 Main St, Ridgefield, CT

5:30 pm - 7 pm. Free. High school students – join exhibiting artist, and associate professor of Art and Design at Queensborough Community College, Anissa Mack for a conversation about applying to art school. Mack will advise and guide students looking to present their portfolio at the Museum's Portfolio Review Day. Bring examples of your work, see the work of your peers, and gain insight into what Portfolio Day is like!

Greater Valley Restaurant Week

10/02/2017 to 10/07/2017

Ansonia, CT

From October 3rd through 8th, enjoy special menus at nearly 20 participating Greater Valley restaurants. New restaurants and old favorites cater to every palate. Contemporary cuisine, traditional fare with a twist and an eclectic mix of international and ethnic dishes make for unparalleled dining. Come out and try a new restaurant or get back to an old favorite with prix fixe meals being served at any of the participating restaurants at very affordable pricing!

Warner Theatre Discover the Commericial Use of Drones


68 Main St, Torrington, CT Phone: 860-489-7180.

6:30-8 pm. Come learn about the technology, business applications and regulatory compliance of Unmanned Aerial Devices (UAVs), Drones! Become an emerging business in the application of the drone usage to propel your business to the next level. Who should attend? Businesses and entrepreneurs in the fields of construction, agriculture, real estate, life and safety, insurance, photography, media and more. Corey Morin is a licensed FAA Drone pilot and will offer a live demonstration of drone flight in the studio. He will discuss and answer questions about the applications of drone usage in this innovative field. Nina Anderson is a FAA Wings seminar leader with years of experience as a corporate pilot and she will discuss and answer aviation issues such as air space safety.