Alpenhaus Medieval Wine and Dinner - IT IS DECREED: A MERRY TIME SHALL BE HAD BY ALL!!!!!

06/07/2015

59 Bank Street, New Milford, CT Phone: 860-799-5557.

R S V P by June 3rd if you are attanding. Medieval attire is encouraged, so dress up and let us send you back in time with great food, delicious wines and music.  This is a NO UTENSIL event! On Sunday 6 p.m. 4 courses  $65 per person.



CFPA Ramble: Woods, Wetlands, and Wildlife - Oh my!

06/07/2015

581 Skokorat St., Beacon Falls, CT

10 am -- 12:30 pm. Lantern Ridge Open Space. Join this family-friendly adventure as we don our nature detective caps and explore this nearly 100-acre gem of protected land. Learn how the local Girl Scouts steward the land and need your help to keep the woods wonderful. Play trail games, bird bingo, scavenger hunts, or other fun family activities that will help connect us to the land. Bring water and snack or lunch to eat on the trail.

2nd Annual Spring Open House and Tractor Show--Toplands Farm, Roxbury

06/07/2015

102 Painters Hill Rd., Roxbury, CT 06783. Phone: 860-354-0649.

2nd Annual Spring Open House and Tractor Show for Sunday, June 7th, 2015. The farm and tractor barns will be open from 11am - 4pm for tours, demonstrations, and activities for the little ones. We plan to build on the success of last year's event and hope you can all join us again this year!! The flyer is attached and we'll continue to update you with new information over the coming months. The farm stand is open this weekend and we have a great supply of fresh BEEF, PORK & VEAL products. Check the website for hours.

Blazing Trails Danbury

06/07/2015

Starrs Plain Road, Danbury, CT Phone: (203) 544-9829 x11.

1 p.m.- 3 p.m. - join Kathy Miville, Dave Cronin, and Greg Waters as they discuss local land use history, plants and animals of interest at this time of year, and future plans for the NRVT. This is a 3.5-mile CT Trails Day Weekend walk along a proposed section of NRVT. Beginning in Danbury, just off Starrs Plain Road, the hike follows an old dirt road into Ridgefield where it picks up the paved portion of Laurel Lane, and then continues along recently improved trail through the Laurel Lane open space. We will finish at the Martin Park parking area beside Great Pond. Hikers will be shuttled back to the starting point.Please wear sturdy footwear and bring water. To register, and for parking and other information, call (203) 544-9829 x11. 

10th Annual Naugatuck River Duck Day & Race

06/07/2015

Maple Street, Naugatuck, CT 06779. Phone: 203-757-0701 Ext. 324.

Sunday, June 7, 2015--Downtown Naugatuck, Water and Maple Street--11 AM – 4 PM – Rain or Shine--Watch Duck Day Here! Join thousands of attendees as 20,000 rubber ducks are launched into the Naugatuck River. In addition to the famous duck race, the day also includes a myriad of festivities, business vendors and crafters, kids games, great food and live entertainment! Come hear the sounds of the Rubber City Blues Band, win up to $2000 at our Halloween in June Costume Contest, get scared at our Haunted House, dunk your local politicians and school principals at the Dunk Tank, enjoy local food favorites such as Nardelli's Grinder Shoppe, shop the crafters for gifts for family and friends, meet and greet with your local business all while supporting a great community event!

Institute for American Indian Studies Nature’s bounty; foraging for a healthy lifestyle

06/07/2015

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

1p.m. - 3 p.m. Celebrate Connecticut Trails Day learning about wild edibles! Locally grown organic foods taste better and are free of dangerous chemicals, but what about wild plants? Our own backyards produce delicious wild edibles, and scientific evidence shows contain higher amounts of nutrients. Join us as we walk through the fields and forests of the IAIS and Steep Rock Association's Steep Rock Preserve exploring some common, edible plants of Connecticut. Andy Dobos and Deneen Bernier of Three Red Trees School of Natural Living lead us and share how to identify edible plants by shape, texture, and scent.

Oxford Food & Arts Fest

06/07/2015

Main St., Oxford, CT 06478.

On Sunday, June 7, 2015 from non to 6PM the Oxford Food & Arts Fest will be held sponsored by the Oxford PTO and Recreation Department.  Food trucks, artists/crafters , magic tricks, clowns, face painter, balloon artist and more.  People can bring lawn chairs and blankets for picnics on the field. 

Nature's Bounty; Foraging for a Healthy Lifestyle

06/07/2015 to 06/07/2015

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

Celebrate Connecticut Trails Day learning about wild edibles! Locally grown organic foods taste better and are free of dangerous chemicals, but what about wild plants? Our own backyards produce delicious wild edibles, and scientific evidence shows contain higher amounts of nutrients. Join us as we walk through the fields and forests of the IAIS and Steep Rock Association’s Steep Rock Preserve exploring some common, edible plants of Connecticut. Andy Dobos and Deneen Bernier of Three Red Trees School of Natural Living lead us and share how to identify edible plants by shape, texture, and scent.Limited space; please call for reservations.  Free!

Nature's Bounty; Foraging for a Healthy Lifestyle

06/07/2015 to 06/07/2015

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

Celebrate Connecticut Trails Day learning about wild edibles! Locally grown organic foods taste better and are free of dangerous chemicals, but what about wild plants? Our own backyards produce delicious wild edibles, and scientific evidence shows contain higher amounts of nutrients. Join us as we walk through the fields and forests of the IAIS and Steep Rock Association’s Steep Rock Preserve exploring some common, edible plants of Connecticut. Andy Dobos and Deneen Bernier of Three Red Trees School of Natural Living lead us and share how to identify edible plants by shape, texture, and scent.

Limited space; please call for reservations.  Free!

White Memorial Conservation Center Hosts Children's Free Week--Litchfield

06/08/2015 to 06/14/2015

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

June 8 – 14, 2015--Museum Children Free Week. In memory of Louise W. Willson. Free admission to children ages twelve and under when accompanied by an adult.