The Silo Hunt Hill Farm - Romantic Dinner For Two


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

6:00-9:00pm $75.00 Instructor: Abby Dodge MENU: Toasted Walnut Gougeres, Fig-Pear Pastry Tart, Apple-Sausage Fennel Crepes with Salad. Make Ahead Double Chocolate Souffles

Ski Sundown Rail Jam


126 Ratlum Rd, New Hartford, CT Phone: 860-379-7669.

Registration in the lodge from 10:00am - 12:30pm, $5, helmet, lift ticket/pass and signed waiver required for all participants.

Mohawk Mountain Ski Area Sweet Deal


46 Great Hollow Rd., Cornwall, CT Phone: 860-672-6100.

4 pm - 10 pm. Bring your sweetheart to Mohawk Mountain for a unique and adventurous Valentine's celebration! The Sweet Deal is a night of skiing or boarding for two complete with a romantic dinner at Pine Lodge.

Later Life Is Now — Wisdom House Retreat and Conference Center

02/11/2017 to 02/11/2017

229 E. Litchfield Street, Litchfield, CT 06759. Phone: 860-567-3163.

Later life can bring fuller awareness of all we have been and still might be. A great boon of
later life is living in the present. From what do we let go and to what do we go forward?

Presenter: Ann Belford Ulanov, PhD

Fee: $50 per person (includes lunch) Non-refundable deposit: $25

Infinity Hall Southern Patti Sinclair


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

1 pm. Patti Sinclair is a professional Spiritual Medium who has made several appearances on Connecticut Style on WTNH TV, Hay House Radio with John Holland and is a regular guest on HOT 93.7 radio. Valentine's Day is a special day for Patti to help us to know that our loved ones are always Within Reach.

Sharon Historical Society The Artists Talk!


18 Main St., Sharon, CT Phone: 860-364-5688.

Free event. 3 pm - 4 pm. The Sharon Historical Society & Museum and The Gallery @the SHS are pleased to welcome the public to a The Artists Talk! program on Sunday, February 12th from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM. Exhibiting photographers William DeVoti, Lazlo Gyorsok, George Mudge and Bert Schmitz will discuss their work and their processes, motivations, influences, and experiences in creating the photographs on display in the current show which features photographs by eight members of the Housatonic Camera Club. This will be an informal interactive program during which those attending will have the opportunity to ask questions

Mattatuck Museum Exhibitions - Salon Talks


144 West Main St., Waterbury, CT Phone: 203-753-0381.

2 pm - 3 pm. Join us for talks in the Whittemore Gallery as artists featured in the 2nd Annual MIXMASTER exhibition share their process and inspirations.

The Glebe House "A Winter's Afternoon Tea"


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

2:30 pm. Join us for an elegant afternoon tea in the Glebe House Museum. Guests will enjoy traditional afternoon teas and a fabulous selection of sweet and savory accompaniments all within the historical setting of the Glebe House, an 18th century home. Costumed docents will be on hand to share the history of the museum and answer questions about rooms, such as the Green Parlor, the Election Room and the "kitchen". Raffle tickets will be available for a selection of heartwarming gifts. Tickets: $25 for Members and $30 for Non-members.

New England Carousel Museum Family Sunday: Victorian Valentines


95 Riverside Ave, Bristol, CT Phone: 860-585-5411.

12-4pm. Victorian Valentines. Discover the history of Victorian Era Valentines. Make & take your own love note home at this family event!

Litchfield Hills Archaeology Club Lecture

02/12/2017 to 02/12/2017

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

David Naumec, Into the Armed Service of the United States: Connecticut Indians in the United States Colored Infantry

Historians have often considered “colored” Civil War units through the lens of African-American history only. As a result, the accepted historical narrative regards United States Colored Troops as regiments consisting solely of African-American men, neglecting the Indian men and individuals of Indian descent who also served alongside their African American comrades. In actuality, such units contained Native American men from the region along with individuals from China, East India, Hawaii, St. Helena and Spain. Join military historian David Naumec in a discussion of Connecticut Indians’ participation in the Civil War.

Fee: $5 General Public; LHAC Members free.