Fine Line Art Gallery "Miniature Masterpieces" Holiday Show

12/02/2016 to 12/23/2016

319 Main Street South, Woodbury, CT 06798. Phone: 203-266-0110.

Woodbury Gallery Celebrates the Holidays

Fine Line Art Gallery is excited to host their annual holiday art and fine craft show, Miniature Masterpieces, featuring small works of art that include miniature paintings, photographs, jewelry, pottery, card collections and more!  

The holiday show is exceptionally festive this year with the debut of one-of-a-kind miniature trees that have all been decorated by a gallery member and are for sale.  Each tree reflects and interprets the artist’s theme of a selected piece of work or collection.  

This not-to-be-missed show will take place at Fine Line Art Gallery, 319 Main Street South in Woodbury from Friday, December 2nd – 23rd from 11AM – 4PM.  An artists’ reception will be held on Saturday, December 3rd with refreshments being served. 

 For more information, please visit or call 203.266.0110 Thursday through Sunday, 11AM to 4PM.  Admission is free. Ample parking is available. 

Danbury Concert Chorus


164 Deer Hill Ave., Danbury, CT

Handel's Messiah. First Congregational Church. 3 pm. Conducted by Christine R. Howlett.

Hopkins Vineyard Vio and Paint


25 Hopkins Rd., New Preston, CT Phone: 860-868-7954.

Sign up to paint with Patty, at our paint bar, relax and enjoy a glass of wine. No experience required. Fun for the absolute beginner or the seasoned artist. Each date is structured around a specific painting. This class will feature painting bottles with lights. Patty will instruct and guide you step by step. It's easy and stress free. All materials are included plus a glass of wine. You may bring your own snacks. Saturday, December 3rd from 11-1pm.

2016 SWSA Ski Swap 'n Sale


4 Brook Street, Lakeville, CT Phone: 860-435-9981.

If you've never been to a SWSA Ski Swap, you don't know what you're missing. First-time visitors are astonished to see not only a huge array of used inexpensive ski and skate equipment, but also an avalanche of new clothing and equipment. There is enough inventory to satisfy your winter sports-related Christmas shopping requirements. The Ski Swap 'n Sale will be held Saturday, December 3rd at the Lakeville Hose Company in Lakeville from 8 - 11 am. But not only can you find great deals in new or used equipment, you can also sell your unwanted stuff!  You can bring equipment to the firehouse to be sold Friday, December 2nd from 4 pm to 7:00 pm. No equipment will be accepted on Saturday. As always, the sale on Saturday will run from 8am to 11am. From 11am to noon, you can pick up your money or unsold equipment. Any remaining equipment after noon Saturday will become the property of SWSA.

Winter Indian Arts and Crafts Market

12/03/2016 to 12/11/2016

38 Curtis Road, Washington, CT 06793. Phone: 8608680518.

Weekends of December 3 & 4, 10 & 11
Hours: 10am-4pm on Saturdays, 12pm-4pm on Sundays

Shop for one-of-a-kind holiday gifts from our local Native American crafters, jewelers, and artists at the Winter Indian Arts & Craft Market! Take advantage of this time to meet and buy directly from the artists while learning about contemporary Native American art and cultures. Stop by to purchase gourds, pottery, jewelry, rattles, artwork, flutes and more!   Feature artists include: Jeff & Judy Kalin of Primitive Technologies Inc., Allan Madahbee, Janis Us, Vera Longtoe Sheehan and more.

49th Annual Gingerbread Village and Christmas Bazaar

12/03/2016 to 12/10/2016

Tucker Hill Road, Middlebury, CT Phone: (203) 758-9864.

Festival Hours: Saturday Dec 3rd, 10am to 7pm, Sunday Dec 4th, Noon to 7pm, Monday Dec 5th to Friday Dec 9th 2pm to 4pm
6pm to 8pm, Saturday Dec 10th, 9am to 4pm. An entire village made of 50 plus gingerbread houses for sale.  Holiday art and craft bazaar.

Scoville Library Create a Holiday Centerpiece, a DIY workshop with Jocelyn McIntee


38 Main St., Salisbury, CT Phone: 860.435.2838 /.

10 am Nothing sets off a holiday table as a centerpiece made with fresh greens.With the holiday season upon us, join Jocelyn A. McIntee as she gives you some basic ideas and assistance to make your very own. With greens, florist foam and accessories supplied, you need only bring your imagination, a pair of garden clippers and garden gloves (optional). A materials' fee of $15 is due when registering in person at the Library's circulation desk. There are limited openings so that early registration is recommended.

Theatreworks Elf Jr​. the Musical

12/03/2016 to 12/04/2016

5 Brookside Dr., New Milford, CT Phone: Tickets are $12 for Adults and $7 for children​ .

The​ performances take place on​ ​Saturday ​Dec​ember​ 3 ​at 10:00 am and 2:00 pm ​and​ Sunday December​ 4​ at 10:00 am and 2:00 pm. ​Elf Jr., is a musical based on the beloved holiday film, and is a hilarious fish-out-of-water comedy which follows Buddy the Elf in his quest to find his true identity.​​​ Buddy, a young orphan, mistakenly crawls into Santa's bag of gifts and is transported to the North Pole. The would-be elf is raised, unaware that he is actually a human, until his enormous size and poor toy-making abilities cause him to face the truth. With Santa's permission, Buddy embarks on a journey to New York City to find his birth father and discover his true identity. Faced with the harsh reality that his father is on the naughty list and that his half-​sister​ doesn't even believe in Santa, Buddy is determined to win over his new family and help New York remember the true meaning of Christmas.​ Tickets are $12 for Adults and $7 for children​.

Bristol Historical Society 10th annual Holiday Craft Fair


96 Summer St., Bristol, CT Phone: 860.583.6309.

10 am - 4 pm. Featuring creative crafters, bake sale, and Christmas Boutique with recycled treasures.

Glebe House Holiday Festival


49 Hollow Road, Woodbury, CT Phone: 203-263-2855 .

Open house on Saturday, December 3 from 10AM to 3PM. The public may enjoy the beautiful decorations to purchase, along with holiday gift items. Visitors will enjoy experiencing life in this Revolutionary War era house during the holidays re-enacted by adult and youth volunteers. The costumed docents will give first person accounts of the Marshall family who lived at the "Glebe" from 1771-1786, and share stories about how the family prepared for the holiday season. Admission is free for the day