Falls Festival on the Sharon Village Green

09/27/2008 to 09/27/2008

Rt. 4 & Rte. 41, Sharon, 06068. Phone: 860-364-0626.

10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Handmade Art, Crafts, Music and Sundry Goods. Professional artisans and crafts people with a rich diversity of high quality, handcrafted products from our region. All proceeds will go to support Arts Programs in Region One. Sponsored by The Sharon Woman's Club.

Quassy Hosts 17th Annual Oktoberfest

09/27/2008 to 09/28/2008

Route 64, Middlebury, 06762. Phone: 800-FOR-PARK.

The 17th Annual Oktoberfest Celebration Sept. 27 and 28th, 2008 at Quassy Amusement Park, Route 64 here, will feature entertainment and special events as the lakeside facility stages a grand finale to its 98th season. Oktoberfest will be held at the Fieldside Pavilion with German music, food and dancing both days. Admission to the park and Oktoberfest are free. Parking is $5 per vehicle (buses $35). Arts and Crafts Fair from noon to 6 p.m. on Sun. Sept. 28. Both events will take place on the great lawn area adjacent to the pavilion. Quassys rides operate both days from noon to 6 p.m. A variety of booths will be set up in the lawn area for the Arts and Crafts Fair on Sept. 29.

1st Annual Newtown Art Festival

09/27/2008 to 09/28/2008

Phone: 866-426-4148.

To be held at Fairfield Hill, Newtown, CT. Original Art, Photography and Sculpture only. Local live and recorded classical music. Food supplied by local police and fire department. Easy access from Rte. 84.

15th Annual Sharon Hospital Run, Walk and Roll - Lime Rock

09/28/2008 to 09/28/2008

Lime Rock Park, Rte. 112, Lakeville, 06039. Phone: 860-435-5000.

15th Annual Run, Walk and Roll, Lime Rock Park, Rte. 112, Lakeville, CT. noon - 3 p.m. Join the Rehab Team from Sharon Hospital on the track at Lime Rock Park, enjoy a day of Free Family Fun. Run, walk or roll (bike or skate*) your way around the historic 1.5 mile race course with your family and friends. Bring a picnic lunch. For more information call 860-364-1637. (Held Rain or Shine)

The Return of Atka, an Arctic Gray Wolf

09/28/2008 to 09/28/2008

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

Learn all about wolves, the environment and Native Americans with Atka, an Arctic Gray Wolf. The Wolf Conservation Center of New York returns to IAIS on Sunday, September 28, 2008 at 1:00 pm in their mission to promote wolf conservation and teach about our roles in protecting the future of wolves. Limited seating, purchase your tickets today!

Fee: Advance Tickets: $ 10 Adults /$6 Children Tickets at the door (if available): $12 Adults /$8 Children