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  • Ridgefield Playhouse- Kansas

    80 East Ridge Ridgefield, CT 06877 Sunday,Jun 26 at 8pm

    The band, Kansas, will be performing at the Ridgefield Playhouse on Sunday, June 26th at 8pm

    More information is available at (203) 438-5795 or at http://ridgefieldplayhouse.org/

  • Bruce Museum- Seaside Center Grand Opening and Experience the Sound

    Foren Family Environmental Center at Innis Arden Cottage, Greenwich Point Park, Old Greenwich Sunday,Jun 26 at 1pm-4pm

    The Seaside Center offers daily programs such as fish feeding, and arts and crafts.

    Located in the Foren Family Environmental Center at Innis Arden Cottage, Greenwich Point Park, Old Greenwich, the Seaside Center welcomes visitors with five marine aquaria, two shoreline dioramas, and trained naturalists.

    More information is available at https://brucemuseum.org/ or at  203.869.0376

  • CFE /Save the Sound Open House

    900 Chapel Street Upper Mezzanine New Haven, CT 06510 Saturday,Jun 25 at 4-7pm

    Meet the board, staff, and  members.

    Discussions on Environmental topics.

    Tour of the new space.

    More information is available at http://www.ctenvironment.org/ or at 203-787-0646

  • Smithtown Center for the Performing Arts- The Sixties Show

    2 East Main Street, Smithtown, NY 11787 Saturday,Jun 25 at 8pm

    The Sixties Show is a 1960’s Musical re-creation Show. The band features former members of Bob Dylan’s, Roger Water’s { Pink Floyd} Ray and Dave Davies { The Kinks}  bands and current members of The Smithereens.

    More information is available at http://www.smithtownpac.org/ or at  631.724.3700

  • CT Roller Derby

    Insports Center Trumbull, 29 Trefoil Dr, Trumbull, Connecticut 06611 Saturday,Jun 25 at Doors open at 5:30pm. First Match begins at 6pm.

    CTRG All-Stars vs. Dominion Derby All-Stars.


    CTRG Yankee Brutals vs. Strong Island.

    More information is available at www.ctrollerderby.com

  • Palace Theater- Summer Jazz Series: Rachel Nicolazzo

    100 East Main Street in Waterbury Friday,Jun 24 at 8pm

    Rachel Nicolazzo (aka Rachel Z) graduated from the New England Conservatory with a ‘Distinction in Performance’  while working professionally with performers like Bob Moses, Miroslav Vitous and George Garzone.

    While performing and recording steadily with the classic fusion band Steps Ahead from 1988 through 1996, she also worked with Al Di Meola, Larry Coryell, Special EFX, and Angela Bofill.

    More information is available at http://www.palacetheaterct.org/ or at 203.346.2000

  • The Palace- Westchester Symphonic Winds

    61 Atlantic Street Stamford, CT 06901 Sunday,Jun 19 at 3:00 pm

    The Westchester Symphonic Winds (WSW) of Tarrytown, NY will host the Northshore Concert Band (NCB) of Evanston, IL for a concert featuring both bands, performing both individually and collectively.

    More information is available at (203) 325-4466 or at https://palacestamford.org/

  • Artspace- “Artist Panel: I Like The Sound Of That”

    Artspace, 50 Orange Street, New Haven Saturday,Jun 18 at 4PM-6PM

    I Like the Sound of That is a group exhibition that explores sound that artists listen to or create in the process of making their work. The six artists in the show are each exhibiting a series of work that is paired with a unique soundtrack that reflects their audio playlist and studio work environment.

    There will be a conversation between Curator Ryan Frank, Sound Designer Joel Abbott, and artists in the show.

    More information is available at 203-772-2709 or at artspacenh.org.

  • Guilford Art Center-“Bowls: A National Juried Exhibition”

    Guilford Art Center 411 Church Street Guilford, CT 06437 Friday,Jun 17 at 5-7 pm

    The opening reception for “Bowls: A National Juried Exhibition”  will be held Friday, June 17 from 5-7 pm.

    This exhibition explores the vitality of this simplest, most ancient, and most elemental of forms, as exemplified in the work of contemporary artists. It includes works by 25 artists from across the country working in a variety of media, including ceramic, stone, fiber and mixed media.

    More information is available at 203-453-5947 or at http://guilfordartcenter.org/

  • The Bijou Theatre- Neil Berg’s Pianomen

    275 Fairfield Avenue Bridgeport CT Friday,Jun 17 at 7:30pm

    Neil Berg’s Pianomen is a tribute to the compositions and songwriting of Billy Joel and Elton John. These songs are performed by Composer, Lyricist and Producer Neil Berg on piano and two Broadway/Rock vocalists.

    More information is available at 203-332-3228 or at http://thebijoutheatre.com/

  • The Stratford Community Concert Band Summer Concert

    Paradise Green Gazebo, 131 Huntington Road, Stratford, CT Tuesday,Jun 14 at 7pm

    The Band, in its 55th Season, will present a swing-themed musical program featuring the music of Duke Ellington, Stan Kenton and others.

    More information is available at (203) 556-4097

  • Bruce Museum- Connecticut’s Earliest European Settlers: Recent Finds from Glastonbury and Windsor

    1 Museum Drive Greenwich, CT 06830 Sunday,Jun 12 at 2:00pm - 3:00pm

    Connecticut’s State Archaeologist Dr. Brian Jones Jones has led excavations that date between AD 1650 and AD 1721.  He will explain how they bring to light Connecticut’s Colonial past and its earliest European settlers.

    More information is available at 203.869.0376 or at https://brucemuseum.org/

  • 8th Annual Long Island Native Plant Initiative Plant Benefit

    121 Speonk-Riverhead Road Riverhead, New York 11901 Friday,Jun 3 to Saturday,Jun 11 at 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

    The 8th Annual Long Island Native Plant Initiative Plant Benefit for 2016 will take place on:

    9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
    Friday and Saturday
    June 3rd & 4th, 2016
    June 10th &11th, 2016

    LINPI team members collect, store, stratify, germinate and grow out locally harvested seed from wild plants that have flourished on Long Island. There will be over 40 species of native grasses, flowering plants and shrubs all grown from seed of Long Island native plants.

    More information is available at www.LINPI.org or at (631) 560 – 9945

  • Danbury Railway Museum – Steel & Wheels Car Show

    120 White Street, Danbury, CT Saturday,Jun 11 at 9am-3pm

    The show will begin at 9:00am and will officially end at 3:00pm on
    Saturday, June 11 (rain date: Sunday, June 12). The museum itself will
    close at 5:00. Trains will begin running hourly at 10:30
    with the last train departing at 3:30.

    The museum s Rail Yard Local will be operating a short trip on a vintage
    train pulled by a 69 year old locomotive, with locomotive cab rides also
    available. In addition, the historic New Haven RR s Cedar Hill forge is
    expected to be operating with a blacksmith making various items, and train
    riders will have an opportunity to take a spin on the operating turntable,
    followed by a tour of the water tower house.

    More information is available at  http://www.danburyrail.org, or at 203-778-8337

  • Cinema Art Centre- Paige Patterson Performance

    423 Park Avenue Huntington NY 11743 Friday,Jun 10 at 8pm

    Paige Patterson, native of Huntington, has a background in Musical Theatre and Jazz and enjoys singing in foreign languages. She performs in the styles of Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Natalie Cole and  Eartha Kitt.

    More information is available at 631.423.7611 or at http://cinemaartscentre.org/

  • Pequot Library- J. S. Bach Sonatas

    Pequot Library, 720 Pequot Avenue in Southport, CT Saturday,Jun 4 at 7:30 pm

    Cellist Kate Dillingham and harpsichordist Jory Vinikour will perform a night of J. S. Bach’s sonatas on Saturday, June 4th at The Pequot Library. They will perform all Three Sonatas for viola da gamba and harpsichord, based on an edition Dillingham co-edited with her late teacher, Bernard Greenhouse for G. Schirmer.
    The 7:30 pm concert will be held at the Concert Hall of the Pequot library.


    More information is available at  (203) 259-0346 x15 or at www.pequotlibrary.org/



  • Merryall Center for the Performing Arts – Berkshire Jazz Orchestra

    8 Chapel Hill Rd., New Milford, CT 06776 Saturday,Jun 4

    The  Berkshire Jazz Orchestra will perform big band arrangements representing bands such as Buddy Rich, Maynard Ferguson, Woody Herman, Stan Kenton, Glenn Miller and Tommy Dorsey.

    More information is available at (860) 354-7264 or at http://www.merryallcenter.org/

  • Connecticut Beekeepers Association – 125th anniversary

    890 Evergreen Avenue in Hamden, CT Saturday,Jun 4 at 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM

    On June 4th, the Connecticut Beekeepers Association will be having their 125th anniversary. This event will be held at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, Lockwood Farm, 890 Evergreen Avenue in Hamden, CT from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Some of the activities will include:

    Speakers presenting topics on the state of beekeeping today
    An observation hive
    Hive opening – see what goes on inside a real beehive
    Bee-Lining demonstration
    And more

    More information is available at  www.ctbees.org

  • Cornwall Community Dance

    26 Pine Street Cornwall, CT 06753 Saturday,Jun 4 at 7pm

    Live old time music by Still, the Homegrown Band with contras, circles and squares called by Rachael Gall. All skill levels are welcome.

    More information is available at 860-672-6101

  • Ansonia Nature & Recreation Center- Family Organic Garden Program

    Ansonia Nature & Recreation Center, 10 Deerfield Rd, Ansonia, CT 06401 Friday,Jun 3 at 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

    Family-friendly activities in Ansonia Nature Center’s organic garden. Learn about growing a variety of fruits and vegetables.

    More information is available at 203-736-1053 or at http://ansonianaturecenter.org/

  • The Buttonwood Tree Performing Arts & Cultural Center- Acoustic Open Mic

    605 Main Street , Middletown, CT 06457 Thursday,Jun 2 at 7pm-9pm

    Sign-up starts at 6:30.

    More information is available at www.buttonwood.org or at 860.347.4957

  • The Ridgefield Playhouse- Rusted Root Performance

    The Ridgefield Playhouse, 80 East Ridge Road, Ridgefield, CT 06877 Friday,May 27 at 8pm

    Rusted Root  is a unique fusion of acoustic, rock, world and other styles of music, with a strong percussion section that draws from African, Latin American, and Native American influences.

    More information is available at Ridgefieldplayhouse.org or at 203-438-5795

  • The Buttonwood Tree Performing Arts & Cultural Center: Carrie Johnson & Julia Russo / Belle of the Fall Performance

    605 Main Street Middletown, 06457 Friday,May 27 at 8pm-10pm

    Carrie Johnson is a singer/songwriter whose own music crosses several genres – pop, rock and country but always with her  style – strong vocals, memorable melodies, story telling lyrics and dynamic rhythm guitar playing.

    Julia Russo is a singer/songwriter from the Hartford, CT area who’s music is influenced by indie-rock.

    Belle of the Fall:

    Julia – Acoustic guitar, yukitar and occasional melodica.

    Tracy- Upright bass, harmony vocals and drums

    More information is available at www.buttonwood.org or at 860.347.4957

  • RHS Jazz Band Funkraiser

    Wednesday,May 25 at 7:00pm

    Funky Dawgz Brass Band w/ Relative Souls

    and the Ridgefield High School Jazz Band

    Proceeds benefit the RHS instrumental music program


    Wednesday,May 25

    WPKN’s 5th Annual GOT BLUEGRASS? Benefit Concert

    The Meadows Brothers, Switch Factory and Hitch and the Giddyup.

    The Acoustic, 2926 Fairfield Ave., Bridgeport

    Doors open at 7pm music starts at 7:30pm. Tickets at the Door cost $15.

    Proceeds benefit WPKN


  • Guilford Art Center

    411 Church Street, Guilford, CT 06437 Monday,May 23

    Guilford Art Center will open its classrooms to anyone who would like to visit and observe a class for during the week of Monday, May 23 – Saturday, May 28.   Classes are in a range of mediums, including blacksmithing, ceramics, fiber arts, metalsmithing, painting, drawing and more.

    More information is available at  www.guilfordartcenter.org or (203) 453-5947

  • Ridgefield Independent Film Festival

    Friday,May 20 to Sunday,May 22

    Friday, May 20 – Sunday, May 22.

    various venues, Ridgefield, CT

    More than 70 movies from 23 countries will be screened this weekend during the inaugural Ridgefield Independent Film Festival, featuring everything from shorts and animated pieces to documentaries and narratives.

    $10 per movie, but $15 for “Manhattan Night” (includes talk-back with director). All-Festival Pass, $50, includes all films, programs, classes. All-Access Pass, $75, covers everything, plus admission to three parties, including awards ceremony.

    RIFF Central, Chamber of Commerce, 9 Bailey Ave., Ridgefield CT

    203-297-4143, riff.website

  • Pet Adoption Event

    Lock, Stock and Barrel, 770 Amity Rd Bethany, CT Sunday,May 22 at 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

    This Pet Adoption Event supported by Companion Pet Rescue and Transport and Animal Assisted Therapy Services.

    More information is available at http://cprdogs.com/ or at http://www.animalassistedtherapyservices.org/

  • Connecticut Choral Society- O Fortuna

    156 Walnut Hill Road, Bethel, CT Saturday,May 21 at 8:00pm – 10:00 pm

    A multi-media concert with 150 voices, percussion, and two pianos, featuring Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana.

    More information is available at www.ctchoralsociety.com or at 888-927-2933

  • Westport Farmers’ Market- Opening Day

    50 Imperial Avenue, in Westport Thursday,May 19 at 10 a.m. to 2 p.m

    Westport Farmers Market nurtures an appreciation of real food and the work that goes into growing it.

    Westport Farmers Market has vendors, food trucks, chef demos, yoga, organic eats and family programming.

    Opening day is Thursday, May 19, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Westport Farmers Market is located at 50 Imperial Avenue, in Westport.


    More information is available at http://westportfarmersmarket.com/

  • Health360: Picture of Health Exhibit debut

    The Mattatuck Museum, 144 West Main Street, Waterbury, CT 06702 Wednesday,May 18 at 5:30-7:00 pm

    Picture of Health:  features photographs and writing by students. Students chose one of five public health topics – Homelessness, Mental Health, Environment/Sanitation, Nutrition/Exercise, and Risk Behaviors – to address through their photographs and writing. The project aims to give students the chance to voice their unique perspectives, while encouraging them to make positive changes in their communities. The exhibit will run from May 18 to June 29 at the Mattatuck Museum in Waterbury. The exhibit’s debut on May 18 is open to the public from 5:30-7:00 pm.

    More information is available at http://health360.org or at 203-758-1110 x 20

  • The Ridgefield Playhouse- Justin Hayward Performance

    The Ridgefield Playhouse, 80 East Ridge Road, Ridgefield, CT 06877 Tuesday,May 17 at 8pm

    Justin Hayward is known as vocalist and guitarist with The Moody Blues.



    More information is available at Ridgefieldplayhouse.org or at 203-438-5795

  • Branford Folk Music Society- David Littlefield

    1009 Main Street, Branford, CT Saturday,May 14 at 8:00 P.M

    David Littlefield, a Mystic Seaport chanteyman and a member of the sea music quartet, Forebitter. Littlefield is a lifelong resident of the Old Lyme area. David began writing songs in the late 70’s. The songs he writes address the concerns and attitudes of those who live and work on and around the sea.

    More information is available at 203-488-7715

  • Fifth Annual Douglas Moore Organ Concert

    27245 Main Road in Cutchogue Saturday,May 14 at 3pm

    The fifth annual Douglas Moore Organ Concert will be held on Saturday, May 14 at 3 p.m.

    Composer Douglas Stuart Moore, for whom the Douglas Moore Concert Series is named, was born in Cutchogue in 1893. He was the chair of the music department at Columbia University from 1940 to 1962,”.
    Moore was an organist, he composed almost all of his music in a studio overlooking Downs Creek at his family’s home.

    More information is available at (631) 734-7035

  • Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger® Food Drive

    Saturday,May 14

    Saturday, May 14th

    The nation’s largest one-day food drive, providing letter carriers, other postal employees and thousands of volunteers across the nation the opportunity to meld their forces together to conduct the drive in their local communities.

    Leave bags of non-perishable food by your mailbox this Saturday.

    This year, the Stamp Out Hunger® Food Drive will accept online food donations for hunger organizations in San Francisco, New York City and Greenwich, CT. For more information, visit ampyourgood.com


  • Southampton Historical Museum- Maritime Walking Tour of Sag Harbor with Tony Garro

    Sag Harbor NY Thursday,May 12 at 11AM

    Tony Garro will lead a walking tour in Sag Harbor, stopping at points of interest related to the Harbor’s Maritime History.


    Tony Garro will meet walkers on the Long Wharf by the windmill.


    More information is available at 631-283-2494. or at



  • Silvermine Arts Center- Artisan’s Trunk Show and Art Materials Fundraiser

    Silvermine Arts Center, 1037 Silvermine Road, New Canaan, CT Saturday,May 7 at 10 am to 4 pm

    On Saturday, May 7, from 10 am to 4 pm, Silvermine Arts Center will host its Artisan’s Trunk Show and Art Materials as a fundraiser for School of Art Scholarship Fund.

    For those who would like to donate art materials to the Artisan’s Trunk Show  , donation drop-off dates are Wednesday, May 4 and Thursday, May 5 from 10 am to 5 pm.

    More information is available at (203) 966-9700,  or  www.silvermineart.org