3rd Annual all Family Festival-Bellamy-Ferriday House and Garden

10/18/2008 to 10/18/2008

9 Main St., North, Bethlehem, 06751. Phone: 203-266-7596.

Connecticut Landmarks' Bellamy-Ferriday House and Garden will present on Saturday, October 18, 2008 from 1PM to 4PM the 3rd Annual Fall Family Festival. A hot of fun, family activities will be offered including: hay rides, children's crafts and games, a garden treasure hunt, cheese and historic apple tasting, gentle animals to pet, a Pooh story corner, and an on-site farm stand. Admission is $5 per person, children under 18 free. Todd Levine from the CT Trust for Historic Preservation will present a walking tour of the historic Bellamy barns at 3PM. House and garden tours will also be available.

Pumpkin/Apple Festival--Beacon Grange

10/18/2008 to 10/18/2008

Route 254, Northfield,

On Saturday, October 18, 2008 from 10AM to 3PM at the Beacon Grange, Rte, 254 come to the Pumpkin and Apple Festival--pies, cookies, cakes and more. Refreshments available. Everyone welcome.

19th Annual Fall Foliage Craft Fair--Mohawk Mountain

10/18/2008 to 10/19/2008

46 Great Hollow Rd., off Rte. 4, Cornwall, 06753. Phone: 800-895-5222.

On Saturday, October 18 and Sunday October 19, 2008 from 10AM to 4PM join Mohawk Mountain for a weekend filled with lots of good food and great crafts by local artisans. Call for more information.

Fall Festival--Morris Congregational Church

10/18/2008 to 10/18/2008

Morris Town Hall, Morris, 06763.

On Saturday, October 18, 2008 from 9AM to 2PM at the Morris Town Hall the Morris Congregational Church will hold a Fall Festival bake sale and tag sale. Pies and cookies will be sold. A luncheon of roast beef sandwiches and three types of fall soups will be served. Crafts and gifts will also be sold plus a silent auction and tag sale.

Litchfield Cross Country Challenge--5K Road Race

10/18/2008 to 10/18/2008

Litchfield, 06759.

On. Saturday, October 18, 2008 at 2PM the Litchfield Cross Country Challenge--5K Road Race will kick off. Registration begins at 1PM. Fee $15 pre-race--$20 day of race. Race kicks off at the Big Field in White Memorial and follows the trails in White Memorial. The rae is sponsored by the Litchfield Park and Recreation and hosted by the Litchfield Track Club . Maximum of 150 entrants.

SEE WHAT I SEE with Wally Kolek "Extreme Home Makeover" photographer at Hunt Hill Farm

10/18/2008 to 10/18/2008

44 Upland Rd., New Milford, 06776. Phone: 860-355-0300. Fax: 860-350-5495.

Join Wally Kolek for a seasonal digital photography class. Wally's enthusiasm is contagious and his never-ending passion for architecture, lighthouses, landscapes, portraits and seasonal scenes makes this workshop a very special event. The workshop includes tricks-of- the-trade information for improving your photography skills and achieving quality photographs. Class is held rain or shine in the Silo Gallery and outside on the farm grounds. Students must bring their own digital camera. Reservations are required and walking shoes are suggested. Workshop Fee: $85 per class. To register call Hunt Hill Farm or register online.

SEE WHAT I SEE with Wally Kolek A Extreme Home Makeover photographer at Hunt Hill Farm

10/18/2008 to 10/18/2008

44 Upland Rd., New Milford, 06776. Phone: 860-355-0300. Fax: 860-350-5495.

Join Wally Kolek for a seasonal digital photography class. Wally's enthusiasm is contagious and his never-ending passion for architecture, lighthouses, landscapes, portraits and seasonal scenes makes this workshop a very special event. The workshop includes tricks-of- the-trade information for improving your photography skills and achieving quality photographs. Class is held rain or shine in the Silo Gallery and outside on the farm grounds. Students must bring their own digital camera. Reservations are required and walking shoes are suggested. Workshop Fee: $85 per class. To register call Hunt Hill Farm or register online.

25th Annual Pumpkin Festival--New Milford

10/18/2008 to 10/18/2008

On The Green, New Milford, 06776.

Public purchase pumpkins and Woman's Club provides free decorations. Bake sale, food, craft booths and book sale. Children's games, pictures in Giant Pumpkin. 9-2PM. Sponsored by Woman's Club of Greater New Milford. Donation. (2nd Sat.)

Indian History is Connecticut History! A Locally Grown History Event

10/18/2008 to 10/18/2008

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

Explore our outdoor replicated village with IAIS educators between 11:00 am and 3:00 pm to learn about the history, family life, and tribal traditions of local Native American communities just prior to European contact. IAIS staff will be available to answer questions as well as lead families in Native-inspired games for children.

Horticultural Lecture--Coe Memorial Park--Torrington

10/18/2008 to 10/18/2008

Rte. 202 and South Main St., Torrington, 06790. Phone: 860-489-2274.

On Saturday, October 18 from 10:30AM to 1:30PM Horticulturist Gwenythe B. Harvey of The Garden Goddess, LLC will present a free program on Putting your Garden to Bed: Planning for a harsh winter in order to protect your Spring garden. Demonstration of a quick and easy attractive wreath from the pods and dried materials in your garden and a slide presentation of the Coe 2008 and other area Gardens that Ms Harvey has installed and cared for. Fall walking tour of the gardens at Coe Memorial Park.