Ansonia Nature Center Offers Owl Prowl


10 Deerfield Lane, Ansonia, CT 06401. Phone: 203-736-1053.

OWL PROWL – Fri. Mar. 18, 6 pm. "Whoooo" wants to join us for this night hike? Learn about owls' amazing adaptations while we stroll through our woodland trails listening for the Nature Center's nocturnal inhabitants. Quiet is the key, so this program is geared for 8 year olds and up. The hike will be 1.5 miles on uneven terrain. Please wear appropriate clothing and foot gear, and call to register, as space is limited. FREE.

Flanders Nature Center Needle Felting


5 Church Hill Road, Woodbury, CT Phone: 203-263-3711.

7 pm. Rachel Gerowe of Redbarn Originals will lead a workshop on needle felting an easy-to-learn craft that involves using a barbed needle to sculpt wool. The featured kit of the month is bluebirds. People also have the option of choosing from a large variety of other available kits ranging in price from $15 to $35.Most kits include enough materials to make one sculpture in class and another at home. Participants can save $5 if they bring their own needles and foam. Have your own needle felting project going? For $10 bring it to class and receive guidance and support on it. Varies from $15-$35 depending on kit chosen or bring your own project and receive guidance for $10

Pratt Nature Center Full Moon Hike


163 Paper Mill Rd., New Milford, CT Phone: 860-355-3137.

7-8 pm. Hike the lower fields by the light of the full moon then warm up by the fire and roast marshmellows. Bring a flashlight.

The Smithy Store Hosts Tasting Event with Olive Oil Factory--New Preston


10 Main St., New Preston, CT 06777. Phone: 860-868-9003.

TASTING EVENT with Jean Blanchard--OLIVE OIL FACTORY from WATERBURY CT. SATURDAY . MARCH 19, 2016 from 12 - 3PM.   Enjoy sampling smooth olive oils and tangy, fresh balsamic vinegars, and get recipes and tips on pairing flavors.

Gilbert School Drama Department Presents the Musical: You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown--Winsted

03/19/2016 to 03/20/2016

200 Williams Ave., Winsted, CT 06098. Phone: 860-379-8521.

Gilbert School drama department is presenting the musical "You're A good Man, Charlie Brown", March 18th at 7PM, March 19 at 2PM and 7PM and March 20, 2016 at 2PM.  Tickets $12 adults, $8 students and patrons under age 21 if purchased in advance.  Tickets available online: or at the door. 

Easter Bunny Visits Barkhamsted


3 Robertsville Rd., Riverton, CT 06065.

The Eastr Bunny will hop into town on March 19 at 2PM on the lawn adjacent to Peter Greenwood Glass Blowing in Riverton.  Children participating will be broken into age groups through Grade 6 to hunt for candy and toys.  Children should bring their own egg baskets.  Sponsored by the Recreation Commission.  Rain or shine.

Westside Observatory


43 Lake Ave. Extension, Danbury, CT Phone: (203) 837-8672.

8 p.m. planetarium show; 8 – 10 p.m. viewing of the waxing gibbous moon, winter and early spring sky, Jupiter. between the Westside Campus Center and Pinney Hall on top of a small hill. The entrance road faces the front of Pinney Hall. Planetarium shows will run for an hour. The times will vary with the sunset. After the show, the public is invited to view the night sky through individual telescopes or take turns with the large, 20-inch telescope. Telescope viewing will run for two hours, weather permitting.

Gunn Memorial Library Hosts Zoo on the Go--Washington, CT


5 Wykeham Rd., Washington, CT 06793. Phone: 860-868-7586.

Zoo on the Go--Saturday, March 19, 2016 at 1:00pm. Forest Park Zoo from Springfield, Massachusetts will bring a selection of live animals for your educational entertainment. Unusual birds, mammals, reptiles and insects can be viewed up close. Learn about these fascinating creatures - how they live, what they eat, and how they spend their day and affect our world.

Litchfield Historical Society Offers Women's History Month Walking Tour: Women in Litchfield


South St., Litchfield, CT 06759. Phone: 860-567-4501.

On Saturday, March 19, 2016 at 10AM a Women's History Month Walking Tour: Women in Litchfield will be offered by the Litchfield Historical Society.  Bundle up and join us for this celebration of women in Litchfield.  Wear comfortable shoes and dress warmly.  Free to members, $5 non-members.

Era of Elegance: The Wallpaper Remains


27 Main Street, Salisbury, CT Phone: 860.435.0566.

4 pm. The Rise, Fall and Preservation of Elegance in the Phelps-Hatheway House, Suffield, presented by Lynn Mervosh, Connecticut Landmarks. A collaboration of the Civic Committee of the Salisbury Association and the Scoville Memorial Library The later years of the 18th century ushered in a period of elegance in Connecticut that seemed to openly contradict the ravages left by the War of Independence. The Phelps Hatheway House in Suffield, CT offers evidence of this significant rise in both prominence and consciousness of the individual that would long endure. A close examination of the family history, architecture and decoration of this property tells a magnificent but nonetheless tragic tale of two families set during the time of our country's great emergence.