Beardsley and Memorial Library Program: Lyme Diseas Presentation--Winsted

07/07/2016

40 Munro Place, Winsted, CT 06098. Phone: 860-379-6043.

Take a Bite Out of Lyme Disease – As the warm weather begins and we shake off the winter blues, so too do our little friends 'Ticks'. Most of us have either met one or at the very least heard about them and absolutely no one likes them. Come and join Justine Ginsberg, BSN, RN, Community Health Coordinator, Farmington Valley Health District at Beardsley and Memorial Library on Thursday, July 7, 2016, at 6:30 p.m. for an evening of discussion about Lyme disease, symptoms, ticks, prevention, protection, and what to do if you do get bitten.

Sherman Chamber Ensemble Signature Summer Series Hosts: A Journey Across Europe

07/08/2016

Route 37 South and Leach Hollow Rd., Sherman, CT 06784. Phone: 203-947-4767.

SIGNATURE SUMMER SERIES--"A Journey Across Europe"--Friday, July 8, 2016 at 8 pm, St. Andrew's Church, 1 N. Main St., Kent, CT (Presented in collaboration with the church's Music in the Nave series). Saturday, July 9, 8 pm, Lake Mauweehoo Clubhouse, Route 37 South and Leach Hollow Rd., Sherman, CT. Sherman Chamber Ensemble opens its summer season with Piano Quartet in A minor, Op. 67, Joaquin Turina; Sonata for Flute, Violin and Piano, Bohuslav Martinu; Deux Interludes for Flute, Violin and Piano, Jacques Ibert; and Piano Quartet in E flat, Op. 47, Robert Schumann. Featuring: Susan Rotholz, flute; Jill Levy, violin; Sarah Adams, viola; Margaret Kampmeier, piano and Artistic Director Eliot Bailen, cello. $65 discounted subscription tickets are available for the full summer concert series. Individual concert general admission is $30 and $25 for students and seniors. Children 15 and under are free when accompanied by an adult purchasing admission ticket. For Sherman concerts only, lawn tickets may be purchased the night of the concert for $10. Reservations are strongly recommended and may be made by calling 860-355-5930. Tickets may also be purchased online at www.ShermanChamberEnsemble.org.

19th Annual Chief's Choice Car Show --Torrington

07/08/2016

Main Street, Torrington, CT 06759.

The Torringford Volunteer Fire Department will hold its 19th Annual Chief's Choice Car Show July 8, 2016 from 5 to 8PM on Main Street.  Entry  fee $10 per car and Motorcycles $5. 

Palace Theatre Waterbury -Summer Jazz Series: Cookie Thomas

07/08/2016

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

8 pm. Versatile vocalist and undiscovered treasure, Richard "Cookie" Thomas began his career in Philadelphia in 1960 when he had the opportunity to open for B.B. King at age 14. His current CD, "Touch You With A Song," is a complement to his collection, which includes "The Pleasure Of Your Company" and "Holiday Classics." Richard's voice is especially suited to well-known classic standards, and he draws his inspiration from the likes of Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra, and Johnny Hartman, whose influences can be heard whenever he sings.

Danbury Concerts on the Green Back to the Garden 1969

07/08/2016

Danbury Green, Danbury, CT Phone: 203-792-1711.

Opening at @ 7 pm. - Main Performance @ 8 p.m. Opening Act: Mrs. Gordon "BACK TO THE GARDEN 1969" is a group of musicians who have performed together in various combinations over the years, but have come together to celebrate the music and spirit of the Woodstock Festival.

Norfolk Chamber Music Festival Presents: Letters from Argentina--Yale Summer School of Music

07/08/2016

Rtes. 44 & 272, Norfolk, CT 06058. Phone: 860-542-3000.

Letters from Argentina--Friday, July 8, 2016 8:00PM--Norfolk Festival Music Shed--SCHIFRIN: Letters from Argentina PIAZZOLLA: Tangos Cho-Liang Lin, violin; David Shifrin, clarinet; Héctor del Curto, bandoneón Alex Brown, Piano, Pablo Aslan, Double Bass; Satoshi Takeishi, percussion.  Check the website for ticket information.

Sherman Playhouse - Tartuffe

07/08/2016 to 07/31/2016

5 Route 39 North , Sherman, CT Phone: (860) 354-3622. .

July 8,9 15,16,17 22,23 29,30,31 2016 (Preview July 7 & Matinees July 17 & 31) Tartuffe is one of Molière's most masterful and most popular plays. Its central character is a rich bourgeois named Orgon, who in middle age has become a bigot and prude. By affecting sanctity, Tartuffe, a wily opportunist and swindler, gains complete ascendancy over Orgon, who not only takes over his fortune but offers his daughter in marriage to his "spiritual" master. Only when he actually witnesses Tartuffe's attempt to seduce his wife does Orgon come to his senses.

Institute for American Indian Studies Living History Day

07/09/2016

38 Curtis Rd, Washington, CT Phone: 860-868-0518.

2 p.m. - 4 p.m.. Ever wonder what life was like in Connecticut 1000 years ago? Communities worked together with the environment and its resources to make stone tools, clothing and anything else they needed. People today also practice these skills in order to preserve techniques used for thousands of years. Learn about traditional skills in our replicated Algonkian village from Primitive Technologist Jeff Kalin (Cherokee descent)! Included in regular museum admission: $8 Adult; $6 Senior; $5 Children; IAIS Members Free.

White Memorial Conservation Center Hosts Dragonflies and Damselflies Mini-Bio Blitz--Litchfield

07/09/2016

Route 202, Litchfield, CT 06759. Phone: 860-567-0857.

July 9, 2016--Dragonflies and Damselflies Mini-BioBlitz. Calling all citizen scientists! Help WMCC Research Director, James Fischer catch and identify the adult Odonates inhabiting the Museum vicinity. Meet at Ongley Pond and wear comfortable shoes. Please pre- register by calling 860-567-0857 or register online for this program. Meet in front of the A. B. Ceder Room. 10:00 A M.– 12:00 P.M., FREE.

Merryall Center for the Arts - New American Mandolin Ensemble

07/09/2016

8 Chapel Hill Road, New Milford, CT Phone: 860-354-7264.

8 - 10 pm. This ground-breaking group performs original contemporary music for plucked strings. The seven members include three mandolins, two classical guitars, "liuto cantabile" and string bass. While they champion the best international composers, the group has a special interest in promoting U.S. works, as well as works reflecting jazz, folk and world influences.