43 Lake Ave. Ext., Danbury, CT 06811.

As part of the Summer Concert Series, the Summerland Tour 2013 Alternative Guitars starring Everclear, Live, Filter and Sponge will perform Jul. 19 at 7:30 p.m. at the Ives Concert Park on the WCSU Westside campus, 43 Lake Ave. Extension in Danbury. For tickets and information, visit www.ivesconcertpark.com/. 6:00 p.m. gates / 7:30 p.m. show. Tickets: $35 Reserved / $20 Lawn

Norfolk Chamber Music Festival -Jasper String Quartet


120 Litchfield Rd., Norfolk, CT Phone: 203-432-1966.

8 p.m. Ludwig van Beethoven: String Quartet in c minor, Op 18, No. 4, Anton Webern: Langsamer Satz, Webern: Five Movements for String Quartet, Op 5, Beethoven: String Quartet in c-sharp minor, Op 131. For Tickets and Information: Concerts at: The Music Shed, 20 Litchfield Road (Rtes 44 & 272), Norfolk, CT Call: 203.432.1966 Email: norfolk@yale.edu Website: www.norfolkmusic.org Series Ticket Prices: $55 - $15; $10 Students (ages18-25), and KIDS COME FREE! Special Event Ticket Prices: The Tokyo String Quartet- The Last Concert $375 ($345 ltd view) - $225 ($175 ltd view) - $100 ($75 ltd view) - $45

Ives Concert Park - The Summerland Tour w/ Everclear, Live, Filter & Sponge


43 Lake Avenue Extension, Danbury, CT 06811. Phone: 203 837 9226.

Friday, July 19 – 6 p.m. gates / 7:30 p.m. ShowTickets: $35 Reserved / $20 Lawn

Torrington Historical Society -Ladies & Lyrics Summer Evening Concert


192 Main Street, Torrington, CT Phone: (860) 482-8260.

7 p.m. The Singer-Songwriter Network of Torrington and the Torrington Historical Society are collaborating to present the Ladies & Lyrics concert series. The series includes evening concerts on the grounds of the Hotchkiss-Fyler House Museum at 192 Main Street - July 20, 2013 7 - 10 pm. Kathleen Kruze will open, followed by Lisa Martin our featured artist and special guest artist Lara Herscovitch will finish out the evening. Bring a cooler and relax while enjoying original compositions from local female artists.

Bristol Historical Society Program: Civil War Living History on the Federal Hill Green


98 Summer Street, Bristol, CT 06010. Phone: 860-583-6309.

Saturday, July 20th, 10am-3pm - Irving Moy, President of the Co. F., 14th CT Volunteer Infantry, 1861-1865, Inc., will present a Civil War Living History on the Federal Hill Green. 2013 marks the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg.

Haight-Brown Vineyard - Wine, Cheese and Chocolate, Music with Ian Campbell and Tapas Night


29 Chestnut Hill Rd., Litchfield, CT Phone: (860) 567-4045.

Join us for The World's Best Cheeses with a wine, cheese and chocolate paring @ 1pm and 3pm. $35 per person. It's educational, fun and lots of yummy wine and food. All HBV wine is paired with a cheese and chocolate. Every month a different region of the world is featured. HBV wine glass to take home! PLEASE NOTE: Reservations are taken with a credit card. Cancellations must occur 5 days prior to the event for full refund. Phone or email cancellations accepted. Cancellations after 5 days prior will result in full charge. Spend the afternoon listening to the music of Ian Campbell - he will be playing his guitar from 2 - 5 pm. Ian tours around the country, as a clinician for the Ovation guitar, and regularly performs live throughout Connecticut and the Northeast.  Come in and enjoy a glass of wine, visit with friends and get to know Ian's music. Tapas Night - A fun, festive evening of Tapas-style appetizers and our Signature HBV wine.  Choose two glasses of wine to enjoy for the evening.  Take home your Haight-Brown glass at the end of  the night!  A great evening out with friends. $50 per person -  6:30 - 8:30 pm. PLEASE NOTE: Reservations are taken with a credit card. Cancellations must occur 5 days prior to the event for full refund. Phone or email cancellations accepted. Cancellations after 5 days prior will result in full charge.

Litchfield Historical Society Walking Tour: Meadow Street


7 South Street, Litchfield, CT Phone: (860) 567-4501.

10 a.m. Meet at Historical Society. $10. Members Free. Masons, merchants, and Litchfield's first dishwasher? Join us for a tour of historic Meadow Street, home to many of the town's business owners and artisans from the early 1800s. Wear comfortable shoes and bring a bottle of water!

White Memorial Foundation Museum Film: Rachel Carson's A Silent Spring


80 Whitehall Rd., Litchfield, CT Phone: 86-0-567-0857.

With a passion for nature instilled in her at an early age, writer and biologist rachel carson became a fearless champion for the environment. She had been a biologist for the federal government when she first took note of the effects of the unregulated use of pesticides and herbicides. Carsons great love of the natural world drove her to write an expose of the chemical industry, specifically its unregulated use of DDT. Defying her failing health and risking her reputation, Carson published her controversial work, Silent Spring, in 1962. She was viciously attacked, called "an ignorant and hysterical woman", but her warning sparked a revolution in environmental policy and created a new ecological consciousness. Silent Spring has been translated into 22 languages and changed the way we think about the natural world. 2:00 P.M., A.B. Ceder Room, FREE... Donations will be accepted

Sloane Stanley Museum Re-use, Re-cycle, Re-image, Re-purpose Workshop


31 Kent-Cornwall Road , Kent, CT Phone: 860-256-2800.

10:00-4:00pm. Re-use, Re-cycle, Re-image, Re-purpose, Hands-on workshop for children and adults making toys from discarded everyday objects. Included with museum admission.

Bristol Civil War Encampment


Federal Hill Green, Bristol, CT Phone: 860.583.6309.

On , Saturday, July 20, 2013 from 10 AM to 3 PM an encampment will consist of soldiers and civilian re-enactors from Company F of the 14th Regiment CT Volunteer Infantry. The re-enactment will provide a glimpse of daily life during the Civil War starting with military drill and firing demonstrations, preparation for the noon meal on an open fire pit, and a presentation of camp skills such as rifle loading, knapsack and blanket rolling. Civilian women will present how the home front helped the North win the war and demonstrate medical care and family life during the conflict. Additionally, period children's games will run throughout the day. This program is presented by the Bristol Historical Society and it is free to the public and marks the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg.