Summer Concert Series--CityCenter Danbury-Danbury Symphony Orchestra

06/13/2009 to 06/13/2009

Bandshell/Danbury Green, Danbury, 06810. Phone: 203-792-1711.

On Saturday, June 13, 2009 starting at 7:30PM the Danbury CityCenter Summertime Concert Series begins with the Danbury Symphony Orchestra. Free and open to the public. Bring a chair and a picnic and enjoy the show.

Flag Day Celebration - Studio 59

06/14/2009 to 06/14/2009

49 Barber St. , Torrington, 06790 .

On Sunday, 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm STUDIO 59 POETRY CIRCLE ~ A blend of poetry and the masterful piano music of Timothy Alexandre Wallace plus Open Mic Flag Day Celebration featuring: Dan Wilcox , host of the 3rd Thursday Poetry Night at the Social Justice Center in Albany, N.Y. He is a member of the poetry performance group "3 Guys from Albany" and the Veterans for Peace. As a photographer, he claims to have the world's largest collection of photos of unknown poets. He has been a featured reader in venues throughout the Capital District and the Hudson Valley. Dan has been published in Out of the Catskills, Post Traumatic Press 2007, Chronogram, Poetica and under the imprint A.P.D. Read his blog at dwlcxblogspot.com $10.00 Cover. Light refreshments, BYOB

Ridgefield Road Show Offers Antiques Appraisals

06/14/2009 to 06/14/2009

Ridgefield Community Center, 316 Main St., Ridgefield, 06877. Phone: 203.761.9945 extension 2.

On Sunday, 11- 4 p.m. an opportunity to receive individualized appraisals by some of the nation's foremost fine art, furniture and jewelry experts at a very modest cost will be offered at the 2009 Ridgefield Roadshow at The Ridgefield Community Center's historic Lounsbury House located on Main Street. For those desiring a more personalized experience a private reception will precede the general event from 10:00AM - 11:00AM. Art enthusiasts, amateur collectors, and all "treasure" owners will have the unparalleled opportunity to acquire top-notch professional appraisals. All proceeds of the event will benefit The Weir Farm Art Center. In general admission from 11 to 4, first item costs $30; each additional, $25. The private reception costs $100 per person and includes two appraisals. Advance ticket sales available through June 12. For information and ticket sales, visit ridgefieldroadshow.com.

Garden Conservancy's Open Garden Days-2009--Washington, CT--Brush Hill Garden

06/14/2009 to 06/14/2009

Nettleton Hollow Road, Washington, Phone: 888-842-2442.

On Sunday, June 14, 2009 from 10Am to 4PM the Garden Conservancy's Open Days continues with Charles Raskob Robinson and Barbara Paul Robinson's garden, Brush Hill. A series of gardens on varied topography around an eighteenth century CT farmhouse and barn amidst old stone walls. The garden includes a rose walk featuring old roses and climbers, a fountain garden planted in yellows and purples and a terraced garden planted in hot colors leading up to a garden folly and through an arch to a woodland walk with a series of cascading pools. Check the website or call for further information.

Garden Conservancy's Open Garden Days-2009--Bridgewater--Maywood Gardens

06/14/2009 to 06/14/2009

52 Cooper Road, Bridgewater, 06752. Phone: 888-842-2442.

On Sunday, June 14, 2009 from 10AM to 4PM the Garden Conservancy's Open Days continues with Maywood Gardens, Bridgewater. This private estate features a sunken perennial garden protected by ten foot stone walls, a gazebo garden planted with butterfly and hummingbird attracting flowers and shrubs, a rose garden arranged in a French pattern design surrounded by a circle of hemlocks, a woodland path populated by mature beech and cherry trees and a 4,000 square foot greenhouse. Check the website or call for further information.

Garden Conservancy's Open Garden Days-2009--Washington Hill Garden - Barkhamsted, CT

06/14/2009 to 06/14/2009

300 East Hartland Road, Barkhamsted, Phone: 845-265-5384.

On Sunday, June 14, 2009 from 10Am to 4PM Washington Hill Garden will be open as part of the Garden Conservancy's Open Days. This four year old garden shows what two gardeners can do with the challenging one and one half acre cleared portion of a severely sloped seven acre wooded lot. The banks feature nearly 200 deciduous and evergreen shrubs and trees, flowering bulbs, ornamental grasses, alpine outcroppings, perennials, roses and fruit trees. The first fifty visitors will receive souvenir plant divisions. Check the website or call for further information.

Eleventh Annual Tuesdays At Six 2009 Falls Village - Canaan Historical Society

06/16/2009 to 06/16/2009

South Canaan Meeting House, Junc. 7 and 63, Falls Village, 06031. Phone: 860-824-8226.

John Brown: Abolitionist, Presenter Mary Atwood, Educator. Free and Open to the Public, 6 - 7 p.m. South Canaan Meeting House.

11 Annual Tuesdays At Six 2009 Falls Village - Canaan Historical Society

06/16/2009 to 06/16/2009

South Canaan Meeting House, Junc. 7 and 63, Falls Village, 06031.

On Tuesday from 6 to 7 p.m. General Washington's Patriot Enemies. Presented by Tom Key, Historian and Engineer. Free and open to the public.

2009 Naugatuck Summer Music Festival--On the Green--Naugatuck Community Band

06/16/2009 to 06/16/2009

On The Green, Naugatuck, 06770. Phone: 203-720-7043.

On Tuesday evening, June 16, 2009 starting at 7PM on the Gazebo on the Naugatuck Green the 2009 Naugatuck Summer Music Festival begins with the Naugatuck Community Band: Patriotic and Pops. As always the band will play music made famous on Broadway and a host of patriotic songs and marches. Rain Date: Thursday, June 18th.

Torrington Coe Memorial Park Concert Series--Saint Peter's Drum Corp.

06/16/2009 to 06/16/2009

Litchfield Street, Torrington, 06790. Phone: 860-489-2274.

On Tuesday, June 16, 2009 the Coe Memorial Park Concert Series opens with the Saint Peter's Drum Corp at 7:30 PM. The concert is free and open to the public. Rain or shine. Bring blankets and chairs to sit on grass.