The Silo Hunt Hill Farm Pasta, What You Need To Know!


44 Upland Rd, New Milford, CT Phone: 860-355-0300.

1:00-4:00pm $65.00 Pasta Making for Parents and Kids Ages 8-100! Team up with your Mom, Dad, Aunt, Uncle, Grandma or Grandpa and join the fun. with Lorenzo Gaudioso Lorenzo learned how to cook while standing on kitchen chairs and watching his mother and her friends take boring ingredients and turn them into feasts. In this hands-on workshop you will join Lorenzo in the fun filled journey of taking flour and water and turning it into a household staple.

Open House at the Matthew Curtiss House Museum


44 Main Street, Newtown, CT Phone: 203-426-5937.

12:00pm - 4:00pm. Step back in time with costumed docents for a tour of Newtown's very own house museum. Being built in the mid-1700s, the house witnessed, as a private residence, more than 250 years of Newtown's history.

Waterbury Symphony Orchestra Presents Tchaikovsky’s Pathetique

11/13/2016 to 11/13/2016

Naugatuck Valley Community College NVCC Fine Arts Center 750 Chase Parkway, Waterbury, CT 06701. Phone: 203-574-4283.

Tchaikovsky's Pathetique. Sunday, November 13, 2016 AT 3PM // NVCC Fine Arts Center. Tchaikovsky's first piano concerto is brimming with ravishing melodies. Russian pianist and Young Concert Artists Michaels Award winner, Gleb Ivanov, brings his special brand of virtuosity to this youthful work. Tchaikovsky's last symphony is one of classical music's peak experiences—exalting in the joyful heights and plumbing the tragic depths of human emotion. And it is his final legacy: Tchaikovsky died suddenly just nine days after the work's première. PROGRAM Pyotr Iiyich Tchaikovsky — Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 23, Bb minor, SOLOIST: Gleb Ivanov; Symphony No. 6, Op. 74, B minor

Newtown Historical Society "Where did the Brass Go" by Emery Roth


25 Main St, Newtown, CT Phone: 203-426-5937.

7:30 p.m. @ Booth Memorial Library. Mr. Roth will discuss the history of "Brass Valley" and the Naugatuck River Valley with its industrial history. The talk and slide show will trace the history of the area from 1802 when two metal working families joined forces to manufacture brass to the closing of the last plant in 2014. Great stories and colorful pictures will enliven this lecture.

Washington History Club at Night


5 Wykeham Road, Washington, CT Phone: 860-868-7756 .

The Gunn Historical Museum's Washington History Club at Night will meet in the Wykeham Room of the Gunn Library on Tuesday, November 15 at 6:30pm. The topic of discussion at will be Washington houses. Every house has a story, who built it, who lived there, what happened to it, does it have a name, and why do we name houses anyway? Bring your stories to share about interesting Washington houses and the memorable people who have lived in them over the years!

Pratt Nature Center -Campfire Carols


163 Papermill Road, New Milford, CT Phone: 860-355-3137.

Snuggle by the campfire, singing holiday carols and roasting marshmallows. Bring a flashlight and a blanket and chair.
7:00pm. All Ages. Donation of canned or dried food for local food pantry

Birds of Iceland Lecture @ Kellogg Environmental Center:


500 Hawthorne Avenue, Derby, CT

7 pm. Iceland is often called "The Land of Fire and Ice" because of the many volcanoes and glaciers that populate the country. The country is also a noted birder's paradise famous for its population of Atlantic puffins, ptarmigan, arctic terns, harlequin ducks and white-tailed eagles. Sea birds such as northern fulmars, gannets, guillemots, kittiwakes and great skuas are found in abundance along Iceland's 3,700 miles of coast. Lake areas provide habitat for great northern divers, red-necked phalaropes, and tufted ducks. Inland areas host short-eared owls, European golden plovers, Eurasian woodcock, whimbrels, gyr-falcons and common redshanks amongst other birds. Naturalists Peter and Barbara Rzasa will present a slide show of several Icelandic birds that they photographed in Iceland while traveling Iceland's 832-mile long Ring Road and on their visit to the West Fjords. Join us as they provide information and interesting stories, and a brief overview of Iceland and its natural history.
On display will be their collection of Iceland's volcanic rocks and ash as well as guide books, literature and nature field guides.

Torrington Historical Society - Lecture What's in a (Street) Name?


192 Main Street, Torrington, CT

6:30 p.m. Have you ever wondered about the origin of Torrington's street names? The names of many of our city streets is clear-cut (i.e., Main, Water) yet the derivation of others is a mystery to most people today. Using images from the Society's collection, this program will explore the stories behind numerous Torrington street names and in the process, will share various aspects of the city's rich history.

Danbury Festival of Trees

11/17/2016 to 11/20/2016

39 Ridgebury Road, Danbury, CT Phone: 203-790-6568.

Location: Matrix Conference & Banquet Center. Thu 6:30pm‑10:30pm, Fri 10am‑4pm, Sat 10am‑7pm, Sun 10am‑4pm. Festival of Trees is Greater Danbury's signature holiday event and the largest annual fundraiser for Ann's Place. Make it your first stop to kick off the holidays with perfect gifts for everyone. Quilts, jewelry, doll clothes, and much more. Take a stroll to see all the beautiful trees crafted by our community. Enter the raffle to take one of those trees home and lot of other raffle prizes. Check out the Taps & Trees Craft Beer Night.

Danbury Railroad Museum Santas Trains

11/17/2016 to 11/18/2016

120 White Street, Danbury, CT Phone: 203.778.8337 .

Ride a vintage train to Santa's toyland! Trains every 1/2 hour, 12:30 - 3:30 Evening Train rides through our lighted railyard at 4:30 Saturdays only! Admission: $12.00 age 2+ (under 24 months, free).  Includes: - Train ride in our railyard - Free gift for children - Visit with Santa in Toyland -Exhibits in restored 1903 station and railyard, operating layouts, and displays - Coloring station, temporary tattoos, and more