Pies & Tarts "Savory & Sweet" Cooking Class at the Silo Cooking School

04/12/2008 to 04/12/2008

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

Chef Nick Malgieri, a CIA grad, has been employed at some of the most elegant establishments in Europe and the US. He is a prolific award winning cookbook author, television personality (appearing with Julia Child on Baking With Julia); renown and respected culinary instructor. Currently, Malgieri directs the baking program at the Institute of Culinary Education in NYC and frequently serves as a guest teacher at many cooking schools. Watch the master in action! Menu: Mexican Shrimp Tart with cornmeal crust, cilantro and toasted pumpkin seeds, Brunch Corn Pudding Pie, Roasted Pepper and Goat Cheese Tart, Bittersweet Chocolate Tart, Sour Cream Apple Pie, Roman Almond and Pine Nut Tart. 11am to 2pm. $90 per student or 2 for $170 (demonstration). Call Cooking School Director Mary Kravec to register or register online.

4th Annual Saturday Seminars - The Golden Age of Trucking

04/12/2008 to 04/12/2008

1101 Southford Road, Middlebury, 06762. Phone: 203-577-2181.

Informational speakers, Q and A sessions, book signings, related exhibits,luncheon. 11-3. $10, lunch included.

Memories and Mysteries at the Merwinsville

04/12/2008 to 04/12/2008

1 Browns Forge Rd, Gaylordsville, 06755. Phone: 860-350-4443.

Saturday evening - Memories and Mysteries at the Merwinsville. Presented by the Clue Crew - Plan on enjoying an evening of dining and theater as the Hotel is transformed into a time long ago. This is a limited engagement, with limited seating and is by advanced reservation only. $95 per person. for reservations or additional information email.

Hal Holbrook in Mark Twain Tonight

04/12/2008 to 04/12/2008

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

Hal Holbrook's landmark one-man show, Mark Twain Tonight made television history when it was broadcast on March 6, 1967. Holbrook's tour-de-force performance as the humorist touches on topics from politics to the art of lying. Holbrook portrays the deep understanding and razor edged wit of one of America?s greatest humorists and writers. The New York Times calls it, ?Uproariously funny, pungently wise.? In addition to a career filled with acting kudos, Holbrook will always best be known for his one man show as Mark Twain.

Performance Schedule: Saturday April 12 | 8pm

Ticket Prices: $75 Gold Circle Seating, $39.50, $29.50, $19.50

Memories And Mysteries at the Merwinsville Hotel-Gaylordsville

04/12/2008 to 04/12/2008

One Browns Forge Rd., Gaylordsville, 06755. Phone: 860-350-4443.

On Saturday evening, April 12,2008--Memories and Mysteries at the Merwinsville. Presented by the Clue Crew. Plan on enjoying an evening of dining and theater as the Hotel is transformed into a time long ago. This is a limited engagement, with limited seating and is by advanced reservation only. $95 per person. Reservations or additional information email jeff@merwinsvillehotel.org.

Exotic Flavors of Vietnam Cooking Class at the Silo Cooking School

04/13/2008 to 04/13/2008

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

Chef Vunay Sawyer is a graduate of the Connecticut Culinary Institute where she continues to teach various hobby classes to others who share her love for cooking and desire for learning more. She is the owner of ?Tastefully Yours?, a personal chef service. Fresh Spring Rolls with shrimp and peanut-hoison sauce, Nuoc Cham, Lemongrass shrimp, Vietnamese-style Chicken Curry with handmade curry paste, Fried Rice with Shrimp and Chinese Pork Sausage, Banana Fritter Flambe. 1pm to 4pm. $85 per student or 2 for $170 (full participation). Call Cooking School Director Mary Kravec to register or register online.

Litchfield Hills Archaeology Club Leture Series

04/13/2008 to 04/13/2008

38 Curtis Road, Washington, 06793. Phone: 860-868-0518.

A Village of Outcasts: Archaeology at the Lighthouse Site presented by Dr. Kenneth Feder of Central Connecticut State University. Professor Feder will discuss his exciting findings from cultural remains of a community of Native Americans, African American slaves and European outcasts that once thrived in the northwestern hills of early Connecticut.

Sunday, April 13, 2008 at 3:00 pm.

Free to Club Members or $5 General Public

Litchfield Hills Archaeology Club Leture Series

04/13/2008 to 04/13/2008

38 Curtis Road, Washington, 06793. Phone: 860-868-0518.

A Village of Outcasts: Archaeology at the Lighthouse Sitepresented by Dr. Kenneth Feder of Central Connecticut State University. Professor Feder will discuss his exciting findings from cultural remains of a community of Native Americans, African American slaves and European outcasts that once thrived in the northwestern hills of early Connecticut.

Sunday, April 13, 2008 at 3:00 pm.

Free to Club Members or $5 General Public

Cry Wolf; Live Wolf Presentation - Washington

04/13/2008 to 04/13/2008

Institute For American Indian Studies, 38 Curtis Road, Washington, 06793. Phone: 860-868-0518.

Back by popular demand, Atka, an Arctic Gray Wolf, returns on Sunday, April 13, 2008 at 1:00 pmto awe and inspire adults and children alike. Along with his handlers from The Wolf Conservation Center of New York, Atka promotes wolf conservation by teaching about wolves, their relationship to the environment, and the human role in protecting their future. Limited seating, purchase your tickets today!

Advance Tickets: $10 Adults /$6 Children or, as available, tickets at the door: $12 Adults /$8 Children

Litchfield Hills Archaeology Club Leture Series

04/13/2008 to 04/13/2008

38 Curtis Road, Washington, 06793. Phone: 860-868-0518.

A Village of Outcasts: Archaeology at the Lighthouse Sitepresented by Dr. Kenneth Feder of Central Connecticut State University. Professor Feder will discuss his exciting findings from cultural remains of a community of Native Americans, African American slaves and European outcasts that once thrived in the northwestern hills of early Connecticut.

Sunday, April 13, 2008 at 3:00 pm.

Free to Club Members or $5 General Public