New Morning Market Offers Dr. Hauschka Spa Brunch--Woodbury


129 Main St. North, Woodbury, CT 06798. Phone: 203-263-4868.

On Sunday, October 5, 2014 at 11:30AM Dr. Hauschka Spa Brunch will be held at New Morning Market.  Join for this indulgent and luxurius afternoon plus a free face care kit to take home.  Meet the Provender experts who will talk about rhythm, biodynamics and seasonal transitions in your health and skin care.  Tickets: $45. 

WCSU hosts Pianist Alexander Korsantia


43 Lake Ave. Extension, Danbury, CT 06811. Phone: (203) 837-TIXX.

Pianist Alexander Korsantia will perform at 3 p.m. in the Concert Hall of the Visual and Performing Arts Center on the university's Westside campus. The public is invited. Tickets are available online at or by phone at (203) 837-TIXX. For a complete list of similar SVPA events, visit

Housatonic Heritage Walk: East Canaan, CT


East Canaan, CT 06024.

East Canaan,CT - 3:00 PM--CT FAMILY FARM TOUR AT FREUND'S FARM - A WALK AMONG THE BOVINES IN THE PASTURE. Amanda Freund will start the tour in the farm yard and talk about what we grow, what's in season and what's fresh on the farm that day (raspberries, pumpkins, tomatoes, corn). We'll head over the Blackberry River, visit CowPots and the baby calves and then walk through the pastures. The terrain has a moderate hill, not steep, but uneven ground. Boots are encouraged, especially as these are cow pastures. We'll walk around the perimeter of the 200 acres of pastureland grazed by our 270 cows and make a stop at our 3 acre pond. Walk is 1 mile--1.5 hours. Located on Rt. 44 in East Canaan, Freund's Farm is 3 miles east of junction of Rt. 7 & Rt. 44 in No. Canaan. Tour will begin and end at the greenhouse that is connected to the market.

Housatonic Heritage Walk: Washington CT


Route 67, Washington, CT 06793. Phone: 860-868-0518.

Washington, CT - 2:00 PM--STEP BACK IN TIME: A NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE WALK, Dr. Lucianne Lavin, Director of Research and Collections, will lead a walk along the museum's nature trails, enjoying the forest environment and ending at a replicated 16th century Algonkian village. She will provide a glimpse into the history and culture of the local Pootatuck tribal peoples, pointing out medicinal plants and their uses, and discussing the community life and spirituality of those early inhabitants. Wear clothing/footwear for outdoors walk. Walk is < 1 mile--1 hour. Registration is requested--call 860-868-0518 or email - From Rt. 67 driving towards Roxbury--turn onto Rt.199. Follow for approximately 2 miles and turn onto Curtis Road (IAIS has a sign at the top of Curtis Road). Continue down Curtis till the end, IAIS is the last driveway on the right. Go into the museum giftshop to register.

Housatonic Heritage Walk: Salisbury, CT


Rts. 41/44, Salisbury, CT 06068. Phone: 802-673-6990.

Salisbury, CT - 9:30 AM--HIKE THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL TO RAND'S VIEW. Join Silvia Cassano, from the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, on this hike to “one of the best views on the A.T.” This hike starts with a climb, then has gradual ascents and passes Billy’s View at about 2.5 miles. Continue on to Rand’s View. Eat your lunch and take in the spectacular fall views to the Taconic Range from this bucolic and peaceful location. Bring lunch & drink, & wear hiking boots/sturdy footwear. Hike is 6.6 miles--approx. 4.5 hours. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED and limited to 12 participants -email or phone 802-673-6990. From the center of Salisbury, head north on Rt. 41/44. Within 0.25 mile, bear right onto Rt. 44 East and follow for 0.7 miles to the trailhead pulloff which is on the right, along a stone wall. Parking is limited (or park in town, 0.7 miles from the trailhead, and walk to the trailhead).

5K Walk -- Finish the Fight Against Breast Cancer at White Memorial Conservation Center--Litchfield


Route 202, Litchfield, CT 06759. Phone: 860-567-0857.

On Sunday, October 5, 2014 join others at the 5K Fundraising Walk Against Breast Cancer at White Memorial Conservation Center  Registration 11AM. Walk Start:  1PM.  Check the website for sponsoring information.   Sponsored by the American Cancer Society.

Mclaughlin Vineyards Shawn Taylor


14 Albert's Hill Rd., Sandy Hook, CT Phone: 203-426-1533.

1-4pm Music & Wine Tasting $15pp/$18@door Reservations CALL 203-426-1533

8th Annual Harvest Festival at Miranda Vinyard-Goshen


42 Ives Road, Goshen, CT 06756. Phone: 860-491-9906.

On Sunday, October 5 from 12 Noon to 7PM  the 8th Annual Harvest Festival at Miranda Vineyard will be held.  Free Admissions with a non-perishable food item.  Live Music, local vendors and artisans.  Grape stomping contest. Check the website for further information.

Cornwall Historical Society - Letters and Lyrics


Cornwall Town Hall, 26 Pine Street, Cornwall, CT Phone: 860-672-0505.

Sunday, October 5 Cornwall Town Hall, 26 Pine Street. 2 - 3 p.m. Powerful letters written by Cornwall's soldiers to their friends and families back home will be read by CBS news correspondent and Cornwall Historical Society Board Member Richard Schlesinger. The letters will be complemented by music from the period, performed by internationally recognized American folk musician Rick Spencer. Refreshments will be served. Free, donations welcome.

Newtown Historical Society Program: Causes of World War I


25 Main St., Newtown, CT 06470. Phone: 203-426-4533.

NEWTOWN HISTORICAL SOCIETY EXAMINES CAUSES OF WORLD WAR I--One hundred years ago in June the Austro-Hungarian Empire's Archduke Ferdinand was shot and killed by a Serbian nationalist setting off WWI. Four years later the war ended with a loss of 10 million combatants and 7 million civilians. But the causes of WWI were much deeper than Ferdinand's murder, and the Newtown Historical Society will examine those causes as presented by Dr Robert Jacobs in a program titled Remembering WWI, 100 Years Later, on Monday, October 6, 7.30 PM, in the community room of the Booth Library, 25 Main Street (route 25). While the assassination of the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne was the catalyst allowing nations to bluster their way into war the real causes were complex. Empires centuries old were in competition with parvenu empires still on the make, and both were beset by nationalist feelings and revolts. France was still seething from the disastrous results of the Franco-Prussian War and wanted revenge as well as restoration of lost territory. All Newtown Historical Society programs are free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served following the presentation.