Ski Sundown- Ski Patrol Ski Swap

11/03/2017 to 11/05/2017

126 Ratlum Road, New Hartford, CT Phone: (860) 379-SNOW (7669).

Nov. 3 - 4pm to 9 pm, Nov. 4, 10 am - 8 pm and Nov. 5 10 am - 4 pm. Shop for large selection of skis, snowboards, boots, poles, clothing and more at great prices.

New Hartford Historical Society Trains of New Hartford


6 Central Ave., New Hartford, CT

Presented by Anne Hall, Town Historian. 7 p.m. on November 3rd, New Hartford Town Hall.

American Clock and Watch Museum Old Cranks


100 Maple Street, Bristol, CT

Old Cranks -Have you ever wondered what makes a clock tick? Come visit us on the first or third Friday of the month at 10:00 a.m. and follow our Old Cranks around the museum as they set the clocks.

The Palace Theatre Waterbury WAMS presents Appointment with Death

11/03/2017 to 11/06/2017

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

An assorted group of travelers find themselves thrown together on an expedition to the rose red city of Petra. At the center of the group are Mrs. Boynton and her four stepchildren who never leave her side. This apparent devotion however is actually a facade for something far more sinister. Sarah King, a young English doctor, and her colleague, the eminent psychologist, Dr. Theodore Gerard, find themselves embroiled in a battle to free the children from the sadistic grasp of a tyrannical woman. This chilling play offers a unique take on the classic murder mystery, where Christie explores the realms of the sadistic mind and the devastating effects of long term psychological abuse. The play was adapted by Agatha Christie from her story, Appointment with Death, which was published in 1938.

Barnes Nature Center Fledglings & Family: Hibernation & Migration


175 Shrub Rd, Bristol, CT Phone: (860) 583-1234 .

10-11:30 am. Members: $5/Adults, $3/Children (12 & under) and Seniors (65+) Non-Members: $10/Adults, $6/Children (12 & under), Seniors (65+) Groups of 10+ must reserve their space prior to event. In this child and family inclusive program for the month of November, we will learn about animals here in CT that either hibernate or migrate for the winter. We will discuss what the term 'true hibernator' means as well as discuss what the terms 'hibernation' and 'migration' mean while exploring one of our shorter nature trails here at the Barnes Nature Center. As we walk, we will also discuss what types of habitat, animals who hibernate, look for in the forest as potential hibernation spots. Jessica Maak came to be a volunteer for ELCCT through her own personal interest in environmental education, sustainability, preservation, and the overall joy it gives her to be involved in outreach programs in general. Jessica has worked for DEEP at Sleeping Giant State Forest, Nature's Classroom, and The National Audubon Society at Bent of the River, and is currently a preschool teacher.

Indian Rock Nature Preserve


501 Wolcott Road, Bristol, CT Phone: (860) 583-1234 .

Monthly Lecture Series: The Bear Reality. 11-12:30pm Members: $5/Adults, $3/Children (12 & under) and Seniors (65+) Non-Members: $10/Adults, $6/Children (12 & under), Seniors (65+) Groups of 10+ must reserve their space prior to event. Felicia Ortner, a Connecticut Master Wildlife Conservationist (MWC) and a bear enthusiast, will provide education and facts about bears and help dispel myths and common misunderstandings. Accumulated data supports the black bear is seldom aggressive toward humans. Felicia has been studying about bears for over 30 years. In the mid 1990's Felicia turned her passion for learning about bears into a passion for teaching about them. She created an education program called The Bear Reality. In 2008 Felicia developed a presentation for bear education programs she presents on a volunteer basis. Her audiences include libraries, nature centers, conservation groups, scouts and more. Since then, Felicia has provided presentations reaching over 8000 people at programs in CT, NY, MA, NH and, VT. Felicia believes outreach and education is key in having a better understanding about the life and behavior of bears. Hopefully this will lead to a higher tolerance which is instrumental in creating a strategy of coexistence between humans and bears. v Bears in Our World and Backyard v Bear Awareness, Safety and Conservation v Bear Folklore and Legends, Truths and Myths v Wildlife and Natural History.

Indian Rock Nature Center Holiday Decorating Day


501 Wolcott Road, Bristol, CT Phone: (860)583-1234.

8 am - 4 pm.  Come join us in decorating for the holiday season! Adults and students welcome. Any increment of time is greatly appreciated! Lunch provided.

Newtown Christ the King Fall Fair


85 Mt. Pleasant Rd, Newtown, CT

Tag salers, crafters, small businesses, independent consultants all welcome! Saturday, November 4th from 9:00 - 3:00 (8:00 for early bird entry).

Oxford Arts and Craft Show


462 Oxford Rd, Oxford, CT

10-4. A Craft Show organized by Oxford Cultural Arts Commission. This Connecticut Craft Show will have fine art, fine craft and crafts exhibitors, and no food booths.

Danbury Historical Society World War I Potluck Dinner


43 Main St, Danbury, CT Phone: (203) 743-5200.

Join us for a sampling of World War I fare! Make a recipe from our authentic WWI cookbook and bring it to share. More details to follow soon--recipes, too!--on our website. 4 pm - 6 pm. This event is FREE and open to the public.