Horticulturist Gwenythe b. Harvey, will present a Free program on Planting Out, Filling in with Annuals, Dividing Iris, and Planning a Continuous Crop of Cut Flowers or Bloom.

06/21/2008 to 06/21/2008

Main Street, Torrington, 06770.

On Saturday, 10:30 to 1:30 PM Horticulturist Gwenythe b. Harvey, Manager of The Garden Goddess, LLC. will present a program on Planting Out, Filling in with Annuals, Dividing Iris, and Planning a Continuous Crop of Cut Flowers or Bloom. Slide Show of the continuous Horticultural Display at Coe Memorial Park's Gardens since the Spring of 2006. This slide show highlights some of the unusual and rare specimens introduced at the Park. 15 minute Break for snacks and tea, and then a Tour of the Summer Gardens at Coe Memorial Park, Torrington, Ct. For additional information, please call Donna Winn, Recreation Dir. at Dept. of Parks and Recreation, 860-489-2274 or contact Ms. Harvey by e-mail at webmaster@gardengoddess.net

Habitat for Humanity Home Show; Exploring Creativity

06/21/2008 to 06/21/2008

Lime Rock Park, Rte. 112, Lakeville, 06039. Phone: (860)435-3590.

Time: 4:00-8:00PM Live and Silent Auction with Live Artisans demonstrations. For more information please call: Jane Pinckney (860) 435-3590

5th Annual Historic CT Gardens Day--Litchfield Hills Sites

06/22/2008 to 06/22/2008

Bethlehem, Phone: 203-266-7596 - 203-263-2855.

On Sunday, June 22, 2008 CT Historic Gardens Open House will feature several gardens in CT. In the Litchfield Hills are the Bellamy-Ferriday House and Garden, 9 Main St. North, Bethlehem, 203-266-7596, Osborne Homestead Museum, 500 Hawthorne Ave., Derby, 203-734-2513, Promisek-Beatrix Farrand Garden at Three River Farm, 694 Skyline Rd., Bridgewater, 860-354-1788, the Glebe House Museum Gertrude Jekyll Garden, 49 Hollow Rd., Woodbury, 203-263-2855. Contact individual sites for hours and information.

Naugatuck Summer Music Festival Concerts on the Green 2008

06/24/2008 to 06/24/2008

Naugatuck Green, Naugatuck, 06770.

Naugatuck Summer Music Festival Concerts on the Green 2008. Polka night with Marty Swiatek. All concerts are Tuesday and start at 7:00 p.m. on the gazebo on the scenic and historic Naugatuck Green located between Meadow Street (Rt. 63) and Church Street. In the event of rain the concerts will be held the next Thursday on the green. Please remember to bring non-perishable food items to benefit the Food Bank. The truck will be located right next to the Gazebo.

Cruise Night - Golden Age of Trucking Musem

06/24/2008 to 06/24/2008

1101 Southford Rd., Middlebury, 06762. Phone: 203-577-2181.

Tuesday Evening - Family Fun, DJ, Food prizes. Trophies 5:30 p.m. - 8 p.m. Reduced Admission to the Museum! Go to I-84, East or West, Exit 16, take a right, 1/2 mile on the right.

Litchfield Historical Society Commemorates the 60th Anniversary of the closing of the Shepaug Railroad

06/25/2008 to 06/25/2008

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

Join the Litchfield Historical Society on June 25, 2008 at 5PM at the old train depot located at 28 Russell Street to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the closing of the Shepaug Railroad. A presentation will be provided by Fletcher Cooper author of The Shepaug Railroad 1872-1948. Public is invited to new photos and share reminisces of the days when the railroad ran through local towns. Further information call: 860-567-4501.


06/25/2008 to 06/25/2008

Litchfield Green, Litchfield, 06759. Phone: 860-567-7569.

Litchfield, CT 06759. Wednesday nights on the Litchfield Green from 7-9 pm. unless otherwise posted. Rain location: listen to WZBG 97.3.

7th Annual Fred Soliani Golf Tournament

06/26/2008 to 06/26/2008

Phone: 860-583-6985.

Chippanee Golf Club, Bristol, CT FOOD Continental Breakfast, Hot Dogs at the "TURN", FREE beer, soda,and water on the course, Lunch Buffet to follow tournament with a cash bar. Format: 4 Person Scramble Registration: 7:30-8:30 a.m. Shotgun: 9:00 a.m. Benefits: Bristol Lions/Bristol Hospital Low Vision Center Fred Soliani Scholarships Forestville Little League

MUSIC in the TOBACCO BARN by Sherrie Maricle & Five Play at Hunt Hill Farm

06/28/2008 to 06/28/2008

81 Crossman Rd., New Milford, 06776. Phone: 860-355-0300. Fax: 860-350-5495.

MUSIC in the TOBACCO BARN by Sherrie Maricle and Five Play beginning at 5:30 p.m. SWINGIN' THE GREAT AMERICAN SONGBOOK Featuring the music of America's most superb, sophisticated and significant song writers performed by the distinctive all female quintet FIVE PLAY. Hear the unforgettable melodies from our greatest film, television and broadway soundtracks with a stylish new twist. Your toes will definitely tap! The concert will take place beneath a festive tent in front of the farm's historic Tobacco barn across the street from the Silo Farm complex. $35 non-members, $30 members. For tickets call Hunt Hill Farm or purchase online at the Hunt Hill Farm website by clicking on programs and events.

Film Festival!

06/28/2008 to 06/29/2008

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

The last part of our Film Festival from TBS series The Native Americans. Witness the evolution of the Pueblo Peoples in the lands of mesas and canyons as the Hopi, Navajo, Pima, Isleta and Apache recount their stories of survival, imprisonment and rebirth of their peoples in The Natives of the Southwest; Artist, Innovators and Rebels.

Showing time: 2:00 pm. Film length: 50 minutes. Included in regular museum admission.