Barkhamsted Historical Society Program: Taverns and Drinks of the 1800's


109 West River Rd., Barkhamsted, CT 06063. Phone: 860-738-1152.

On March 13, 2015 at 7PM at the Barkhamsted Senior enter the Barkhamsted Historical Society will present the first of its annual program series: Taverns and Drinks of the 1800s.  Participants will learn about early taverns and drinks.  Call for further information.

Barkhamsted Historical Society Program: Taverns and Drinks of the 1800's


109 West River Rd., Barkhamsted, CT 06063. Phone: 860-738-1152.

"Taverns and drinks of the 1800's"--The Barkhamsted Historical Society invites you to the first of our Annual program series on March 13th @ 7 pm @ the Barkhamsted Senior Center, 109 West River Rd,Barkhamsted,Ct. Come learn about the early Taverns and the drinks they served in Barkhamsted. Everything from home made wine to rum and even moonshine! Call for further information.

Landmark Commuity Theatre Presents Arsenic & Old Lace--Thomaston

03/14/2015 to 03/29/2015

158 Main Street, Thomaston, CT 06787. Phone: 860-283-6250.

Landmark Community Theatre Hosts Arsenic & Old Lace on March, 14, 20,21,27,28 at 8PM and March 15, 22, and 29 at 2PM.  Adults $24.  Seniors/Students: $20.  Call or check the website for ticket information.

Kent Art Association Hosts Members Show

03/14/2015 to 04/12/2015

21 South Main St., Kent, CT 06757. Phone: 860-927-3989.

Kent Art Association's members show opens on Saturday, March 14, 2015 from 2 to 5 PM with an opening reception.  The show runs through April 12, 2015 and is open Thursday through Sunday from 1 to 5PM. 

The Shamrock Shuffle


437 Buckingham St., Oakville, CT Phone: (860)-945-5246.

Sign up for The Shamrock Shuffle hosted by Watertown Recreation and Ordinary Joe's Running Club. Race starts at 10:00 for runners and walkers. 3.5 mile run course with a 2.5 mile walk course. Race day registration starts at 8:30 at Polk School, but online registration is available at .

Annual Mad Gardener's Spring Lcture and Workshop-- Falls Village


246 Warren Turnpike, Falls Village, CT 06031. Phone: 860-355-1547.

The Annual Mad Gardener's Spring Lecture and Workshop will be held Saturday, March 14, 2015 at 10AM at Housatonic Valley Regional High School. The program "Naturalizing the Formal Garden" will be presented by Larry Weaner.Cost $45; with lunch $55 with workshop $65.  Call to reserve a space. 

Bridgewater Congregational Church Hosts a Concert Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Pete Seeger


10 Clapboard Road, Bridgewater, CT 06752. Phone: 860-354-8283.

Bridgewater Congregational Church will host a concert celebrating the life and legacy of Pete Seeger on March 14, 2015 at 7:30PM in the church.  Members and friends of the Seeger family will be joined by local musicians to pay tribute to Seeger's long and storied history as one of America's great troubadours.  Tickets $25.  Seating is limited and is general admission.  Doors open at 7PM.  Call for  further information. All proceeds benefit the church and its outreach programs.

Sullivan Farm Hosts Open House Demonstration of Maple Sugaring--New Milford

03/14/2015 to 03/15/2015

140 Park Lane, New Milford, CT 06776. Phone: 860-354-0047.

Sullivan Frm wil hold an open house maple festival on March 14, 2015 from 10am to 4pm and March 15 from Noon to 4PM.  Come see a working sugar house and learn the history behind this New England product. 

St. Paul's Church Hosts the Mad Hatter Chorus--Bantam


Route 202, Bantam, CT 06750. Phone: 860-567-8838.

St. Paul's Church in Bantam will host a performance by the Mad Hatter Chorus, a men's chorus from Danbury on March 14, 2015 at 4PM.  Mad Hatter Chorus is affiliated with the Barbershop Harmony Society.  Tickets $10 donation.  Call to reserve. 

Scoville Memorial Library Program: Seed Saving and the Inception of the Scoville Memorial Seed Library--Salisbury


38 Main St., Salisbury, CT 06068. Phone: 860-435-2838.

Seed Saving and the Inception of the Scoville Memorial Seed Library--Saturday, March 14, 4 p.m. in the Wardell Room, Scoville Memorial Library. Free Seed libraries provide a source of locally adapted seeds and food, contribute to the conservation of rare varieties through a community initiative, are a source of enjoyment and satisfaction. Davis-Hollander, ethnobotanist, writer and former Director of the Eastern Native Seed Conservancy will discuss some of the basic strategies and techniques for seed preservation so attendees can begin to learn to save their own seed. As a conservationist Davis-Hollander will emphasize the need to save unusual regional varieties. He will discuss how we can begin to create a local seed library beginning in 2015, explain the initial plans for the library, how library patrons can be involved and invites discussion to establish the community's vision for a seed library. The talk will be useful for anyone who gardens whether or not they are patrons at Scoville.