Quassy Amusement Park $45 Carload Weekend

05/06/2017 to 05/07/2017

2132 Middlebury Rd, Middlebury, CT Phone: 1-800-FOR PARK.

Quassy kicks off its 109th season with a $45 carload special. Up to 10 persons in a vehicle receive an all-day ride wristband for only $45, parking included. Offer valid both days with rides open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Egg hunt for prizes at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 7.

Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum Takeover Tour: Cecilia Moy Fradet

05/06/2017

258 Main St, Ridgefield, CT Phone: 203-438-4519.

11 am - 12:30 pm.  Join curators, Museum staff and arts experts in a take-over of the galleries, exploring their "top picks" of the current series of exhibitions. Experience the art through a variety of interdisciplinary topics and current events by discovering new viewpoints and sharing your own perspective. Artist-led tour with local mixed-media painter Cecilia Moy Fradet.

Warner Theatre Follies

05/06/2017 to 05/14/2017

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

A true theatrical event, this legendary masterpiece is considered by many to be the greatest musical ever created. In Follies the time is 1971, and theatrical impresario Dimitri Weissmann hosts a reunion of ex-Follies performers in his crumbling theatre, setting the stage for a parade of brilliant pastiche numbers, including "Losing My Mind," "I'm Still Here," and "Broadway Baby." Amid the reminiscing, two middle-aged couples confront some unpleasant truths about their past and present, and come face to face with the future.

White Memorial Conservation Center Tree Bark Identification Workshop with WMCC Research Director James Fischer

05/06/2017

80 Whitehall Rd, Litchfield, CT Phone: 860-567-0857.

Many trees in our area lose their leaves every autumn, which means that one of the most useful ways people distinguish between tree species is no longer available for many months of the year. There are other ways to identify trees and one is always present; that is by the bark. Learn how to identify trees by their bark and how tree bark changes over the lifespan of the tree. Dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes. 1:00 P.M., A. B. Ceder Classroom, FREE... Donations will be accepted to help defray the Conservation Center's programming expenses.

White Memorial Conservation Center Walk, Don’t Run! Tackling the Litchfield Hills Road Race with Gerri Griswold

05/06/2017

80 Whitehall Rd, Litchfield, CT Phone: 860-567-0857.

Are you up to this 7.2 mile challenge??? Join Gerri Griswold as we take it slow and conquer this epic course together! Walk the "downtown" streets of Litchfield, sojourn through the sports fields at Litchfield High School, traverse the pleasant paths of White Memorial, and dream of making it up grueling Gallows Lane before you triumphantly cross the finish line! We'll be taking our time making stops along the way. Wear appropriate clothing, shoes, and bring plenty of water to drink! No dogs please. The course should take approximately 3.5 hours to complete at a reasonable pace. We'll attempt this rain or shine unless there is a monsoon forecasted. 10:00 A. M., Park your car in the Municipal Parking Lot. Meet "At the Corner". Please pre-register by calling 860-567-0857

Railroad Museum of New England Speakers Series

05/06/2017

158 Main St., Thomaston, CT

7 pm. Crescent Gallery, Thomaston Town Hall. Mary Ellen Heffernan Kunz, author of "Leaving Home to Find One" Mary Ellen Heffernan Kunz wrote about Agnes McCloskey, who left Ireland for America in 1881. She
traveled on the Naugatuck Railroad to Thomaston, working for Seth Thomas her first 9 years in America. She later
married Daniel Heffernan and moved to Bristol. Free but seating is limited. To reserve tickets, email info@RMNE.org Tickets will be reserved in your name and can be picked up at the door before 6:30.

White Silo Winery Cinco De Mayo

05/06/2017

32 Rte. 37 E., Sherman, CT Phone: 860-355-0271.

1 pm  to 6 pm. Cinco De Mayo celebration. Food and Wine. Free admission. Food $5- $7 per plate.

The Silo Hunt Hill Farm Preserving The Bounty Series #1-Pickles In the Pantry

05/06/2017

44 Upland Rd., New Milford, CT Phone: 860-355-0300.

11 am - 2 pm. with Pam Lillis. Be a part of the farm to table movement and join us as we learn to pickle almost anything! We'll start with creating our own jars of garlic dills or string beans, and pickled fruit or ginger ...and then can them from start to finish. Learn the brines, technique, and science of pickling.

Karen Rossi Studios - Kevin Henkes: Wemberly Worried/Chrysanthemum/Lilly’s Plastic Purple Purple/Sheila Rae the Brave Activity

05/06/2017

27 East Main St, Torrington, CT

Sculpt paper to create your own bouquet of chrysanthemums by creating various unique paper version of the flower. Makes the perfect gift for moms, grandmothers, or teachers! Kids (ages 7 and up) 10am. $10 Adults (tweens and up) 12pm. $15 (adult projects have the same descirption as the kid projects, but are more complicated and use higher end materials) Parent/Child (ages 3 and up) 2pm. $10 per project (work together or make your own) Walk-in's welcome, reservations suggested Email us at karen@karenrossi.com or call 860-305-6579

Infinity Hall - ROBBEN FORD

05/06/2017

20 Greenwoods Rd W, Norfolk, CT Phone: 866-666-6306.

One of the "100 Greatest Guitarist of All Time" (Musician Magazine). Robben is indeed, a phenomenal singer/songwriter/musician and he presents an exciting new show each time he comes around. If you've seen/heard him before, then we're sure we'll see you at the show. And if you've yet to experience this guy and his band, we urge you to do so. His blend of blistering Blues, Rock and Funky Jazz is truly is truly amazing.