Caribbean Celebration--Ski Sundown

02/17/2008 to 02/17/2008

Ratlum Rd., off Rte. 44 and 219, New Hartford, 06057. Phone: 860-379-SNOW.

On February 17, 2008 Ski Sundown will hold the Caribbean Celebration from 11AM to 2PM. You'll be feelin' hot, hot, hot on the snow with island music and tasty treats from the "Jamaican Me Hungry" barbecue! Further information call: 860-379-SNOW.

13th Annual Polar Bear Open Golf Tournment - Burlington Golf Center

02/17/2008 to 02/17/2008

522 Spielman Hwy. Rte 4, Burlington, 06013. Phone: 860-675-7320.

The Polar Bear Open will begin at 10am and runs through mid-afternoon. Participants must register in advance. Entry fee is $25 per player. The nine-hole event with holes ranging from 150 to 250 yards is the idea of Chet Dunlop Jr. Connecticuts PGA Teacher of The Year, founder of the Burlington Golf Center and Director of The New England School of Golf. What started as an informal event between the pro and other local pros caught in the deep freeze of a tough New England winter attempting to defy the grip of old man winter had proved so popular that Dunlop decided to make it an official annual event. With temperatures some years hovering near 10 degrees a full field of men and womens division vie for first, second, and third place prizes. Each loop brings the players back to the Pro Shop for free mugs of hot mulled cider and cider doughnuts from Hogans Cider Mill, also located on the property. Players warm themselves by the wood-burning stove as they discuss their strategy before heading out to brave the elements and the whims of the golf gods. In the Indoor Practice facility, which includes computer swing analysis, full swing areas, bunker practice, putting and chipping areas, free clinics will be offered for participants and spectators throughout the event. For more information call 860-675-7320 or email

Lecture: Black Pioneers: Two Connecticut Clergy

02/20/2008 to 02/20/2008

Litchfield Historical Society, 7 South St., Corner of Rte. 63, Litchfield, 06790. Phone: 860567-4501.

As part of the Litchfield Historical Society's celebration of Black History Month, Christopher L. Webber will present a talk at the Litchfield History Museum located at 7 South St. from 6:30-8:00pm. The program is titled: "Black Pioneers: Two Connecticut Clergy that led the way in the fight for Civil Rights". This program is one of several events for families that are being held on Wednesday evenings in February from 6:30-8:00pm. Admission is free for museum members and $3 for non-members for all of these programs. Registration is required either through phone registration at (860)567-4501 or through e-mail to

Beacon Grange Dance

02/23/2008 to 02/23/2008

Rte. 254, Northfield, 06778. Phone: 860-283-9308 or 860-283-5772.

The Beacon Grange will sponsor a Dance with The Northeast Country at 7 p.m to 11 p.m. on Saturday Donation. Raffles and refreshments available. Further information call.

Under Milk Wood - Goshen Players

02/23/2008 to 02/23/2008

Goshen Old Town Hall, Junction of Rte. 4 and 63, Goshen, 06756. Phone: 860-491-9988.

At 8 p.m. (Snow date: Mar. 1 at 8 p.m. Tickets to " Under Milk Wood" are $10 and are available by calling or visiting the website.

Marian Anderson: A Portrait In Music - Danbury

02/23/2008 to 02/23/2008

Danbury Museum, 43 Main St., Danbury, Phone: 203-743-5200.

11AM we will host a showing of this wonderful DVD celebrating the life and performances of Marian Anderson. Come celebrate the wonderful voice of this inspiring Danbury artist whose courage and convictions helped to reshape the musical world and whose gifts brought joy to so many throughout her career. All programs are FREE to the public courtesy the generosity of the GOODRICH FOUNDATION

46th Annual Chicken Barbecue-Harwinton Congregational Church

02/23/2008 to 02/23/2008

Rte.4 and North Road, Harwinton, 06791. Phone: 860-485-1836.

The Harwinton Congregational Church will hold its 46th Annual Chicken Barbecue on Saturday, February 23, 2007. Home baked desserts. Seatings at 4:45PM, 6 and 7PM. Take-Out between 4:45 PM and 7:15 PM. Adults $13. Under 12 years $8. Call 860-485-1836 to reserve your dinners.

Making Herbal Remedies

02/23/2008 to 02/23/2008

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

Join Community Herbalist Lupo Connell for a hands-on workshop where you will learn how to make safe and effective herbal remedies. We will blend and taste several custom healing teas and also make a Winter Wellness Syrup for cold and flu. Local herbs used by the Northeastern American Indian Tribes will be emphasized. Many handouts with recipes will be provided and each participant will take home the remedies they have created. Please call for reservations. Fee includes supplies.

Saturday, February 23, 2008 from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm. Fee: $20 / $15 IAIS Members

Hammer of the Gods - The Led Zeppelin Experience - Palace Theater

02/23/2008 to 02/23/2008

100 East Main St., Waterbury, 06702. Phone: (203) 755-4700.

Saturday, February 23 - 8:00pm Led Zeppelin's music has spanned generations and now you can experience it all live! Hammer of the Gods recreates the sights, sounds and mystical aura of a real Zeppelin concert! Imagine stepping back in's 1973 and you are seated at New York's Madison Square Garden. 100,000 watts of sonic brilliance and a spectacular array of lights explode as the band performs flawless renditions of all your favorite songs including Kashmir, Dazed and Confused, Stairway to Heaven and the thunderous assault of the classic Moby Dick! A show for all ages!

Join the Litchfield Historical Society for: Indoor Historic Games

02/24/2008 to 02/24/2008

82 South Street, Litchfield, 06759. Phone: (860)567-4501.

On Sunday, from 2:00-4:00pm. The Litchfield History Museum invites community members to enjoy an afternoon of fellowship and games. Meet at the Tapping Reeve House . Participate in a variety of early American games for children and adults. An assortment of board games, game-rhymes, histories and guessing games will be played. Stay after our activities and enjoy hot chocolate, cookies and conversation. members; $3 for individual non-members and $8 for non-member families. Registration is required either through phone registration at or through e-mail to