Teen Celtic Appetizers Class

03/14/2008 to 03/14/2008

44 Upland Rd., New Milford, 06776. Phone: 860-355-0300. Fax: 860-350-5495.

Teen Celtic Appetizer Class with Cooking School Director and Chef Mary Kravec from 1 to 4 p.m. Corned Beef and Cabbage Turnovers, Leek and Swiss Tartlets, Mini soda breads stuffed with cheddar, Mini salmon cakes with dill mustard mayo, Guinness battered onion rings with curry mayo, shamrock cookies, Lucky Charms Rice Crispies. (Full participation) $60 per person. Price includes Kerry Boys concert starting at 5 p.m. Call or visit our website to register. Contact Mary Kravec, Cooking School Director for more information.

Kerry Boys Irish Concert

03/14/2008 to 03/14/2008

44 Upland Rd., New Milford, 06776. Phone: 860-355-0300. Fax: 860-350-5495.

Kicking off this year�s four-part series of programs and music at Hunt Hill Farm at 5 p.m. are The Kerry Boys, one of Connecticut�s favorite Irish Balladeers. The Kerry Boys are Mark James, originally from the County Kerry Ireland now a Cheshire, CT resident, and Pierce Cambell from Prospect, CT. The popular duo have performed together for over 17 years throughout the Northeast at Irish festivals, schools, pubs, and fairs and have released three CD�s. They perform a humorous and high-energy show that will have you clapping and singing along! This year�s line-up also includes a celebration of the timeless connection between poetry and music called Music: Poetry�s Muse on June 6th. The final two programs take place in October with Alecia Adams Evans, a lyric coloratura soprano presenting, "Broadway�s Leading Ladies" on Oct 3rd and Dwight Blocker Bowers, Curator of Performing Arts History at the Smithsonian�s National Museum of American History, sharing stories and images from his and fellow Smithsonian curator Ellen Roney Hughes� forthcoming book on the Museum�s puppet collection on Oct. 17th. Call or visit our website to reserve tickets. $30 for members (all four 2009 programs - $100); $35 non-members: (all four 2009 programs - $125); children 12 and under $10.

"The Forgotten Town"

03/14/2008 to 03/14/2008

109 West River Rd., Barkhamsted, 06063.

Barkhamsted Historical Society 2008 Lecture Series continues with Erik Landgraf giving a slide presentation called "The Forgotten Town" discussing the story of Barkhamsted Hollow prior to it's destruction in the construction of the Saville Dam and Compensation Reservoir.Admission is free and refreshments will be served. Questions call:Noreen Watson 860 738-1152

4th Annual Flashlight Egg Hunt - Newtown

03/14/2008 to 03/14/2008

Phone: 203-270-4340. Fax: 203- 270-4333.

One is never to old to enjoy a Spring Egg Hunt, come join he fun! All participants must bring their own flashlights. Please call to register! 7:30 pm. 9 years and over., Dickinson park (meet at the pavillion)

Bill Cosby - Palace Theater

03/14/2008 to 03/14/2008

100 East Main Street, Waterbury, 06702. Phone: 203-755-4700.

Friday, March 14 - 6:00pm and 9:00 pm. Tickets: $52/ $45 Bill Cosby is, by any standards, one of the most influential stars in America today. Without resorting to gimmicky or lowbrow humor, Bill Cosby's comedy has a point of reference and respect for the trappings and traditions of the great American humorists.

Master's Table INDOOR FarmMarket

03/15/2008 to 03/15/2008

Nonnewaug High School, 5 Minortown Road, Woodbury, 06798.

On Saturday 11:00am-2:00pm Come see what CT Chefs are cooking up with CT Grown! Admission is $2.00 per person at the door. Proceeds will be used to purchase Senior Farm Market Nutrition Vouchers to increase access to local foods, regardless of income. Stop by to see Colin McEnroe and CT Grown Products.

Annul Spring Egg Hunt Eggstravaganza - Newtown

03/15/2008 to 03/15/2008

Phone: 203-270-4340 or 203-270-4333.

Sat., March 14 Ages: 3 yrs. to 8 yrs. Join the Parks and Recreation Department for the Annual Spring Egg Hunt at Dickinson Park Pavillion at 10 a.m. Hunt to begin at 10:30. A special appearance by the Spring Bunny. Children should bring a bag to hold the eggs. There will be prize eggs throughout the hunt. The event will include a jelly bean guess.

An Evening of Doo Wop Rock & Roll Vol III

03/15/2008 to 03/15/2008

Warner Theatre 68 Main Street, Torrington, 06790. Phone: (860) 489-7180. Fax: (860) 482-4076.

LAR Enterprises successful Doo Wop shows continue to attract audiences of all ages. Groups featured in this show are Johnny Maestro and The Brooklyn Bridge, Kenny Vance and The Planotones, Jay Siegel and The Tokens, Frankie Ford and Kid Kyle.

Performance Schedule: Saturday, March 15 | 7:30pm

Ticket Prices: $40, $35

Mohawk MT. Madness Day-Mohawk MT. Ski Area

03/15/2008 to 03/15/2008

46 Great Hollow Rd., off Rte. 4, Cornwall, 06753. Phone: 800-895-5222 - 860-672-6100.

On Saturday, March 15, 2008 the 37nd annual party for the coming of the spring will include games, prizes, music and our annual porch BBQ. Kiss 95.7 will broadcasts live from the porch.

The Danbury Symphony Orchestra will perform a program of all-Russian music coupled with an art exhibit

03/16/2008 to 03/16/2008

Ives Concert Hall, White St., Danbury, Phone: (203) 748-1716.

On Sunday, 3:00pm located in White Hall on the corner of Fifth Avenue and White Street at the mid-town campus of Western Connecticut State University. Music Director Ariel Rudiakov will conduct the Danbury Symphony Orchestra in a program including Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition" and Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto Number 1 in F Major. Internationally acclaimed pianist Elena Baksht will join the orchestra in this performance of Tchaikovsky's famous concerto. Local artists from Candlewood League of Artists, faculty of Western Connecticut State University, and area photographer Rick Gottschalk will show their works in the lobby of Ives Concert Hall. The concert will conclude with a wine and cheese reception in The concert and art exhibit are free, thanks to major funding from Fred and Joan Weisman. For additional information, please call or email the Danbury Music Centre: dmc1935@snet.net.