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  • Centennial of Frank Sinatra – Wallingford Symphony Orchestra.

    333 Christian Street, in Wallingford, Connecticut, on the campus of Choate Rosemary Hall. Saturday,Oct 10 at 7:30 pm

    This performance  will feature Frank Sinatra songs performed by guest vocalist Rob Zappulla along with his big band and the Wallingford Symphony Orchestra.

    For more information,  call 203- 265- 2856 or visit http://www.wallingfordsymphony.org

  • Branford Folk Music Society- Brian Peters and Jeff Davis

    Firs1009 Main Street, Branford, CT. Saturday,Oct 10 at 8:00 P.M.

    England’s Brian Peters and America’s Jeff Davis return together for Sharp’s Appalachian Harvest, a special multimedia show devoted to the astounding collection of folk songs and music gathered by Cecil Sharp and his collaborator Maud Karpeles in the Southern Appalachians over three summers in 1916, 1917 and 1918.


    For more information call 203-488-7715 or visit  http://branfordfolk.org

  • Westport Historical Society’s Business District Walking Tour

    20 Jesup Road, Westport, CT 06880 Saturday,Oct 10 at 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    The walk begins at 3 pm at Jesup Green and will be led by Robert W. Mitchell, Executive Vice President of the Historical Society.

    The walking tour will visit sites such as the  National Hall and the former Westport Bank & Trust Company building. Both are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


    For more information call (203) 222-1424 or visit http://westporthistory.org


  • The Danbury Railway Museum – Pumpkin Patch 2015

    located at 120 White Street in the old Danbury Train Station at the corner of White Street and Patriot Drive. Sunday,Oct 11 at 12:30 - 3:30

    Ride a vintage train to the pumpkin patch.
    -Restored 1903 station and railyard
    -Exhibits, operating layouts, and displays
    – Explore real trains


    For more information call 203.778.8337

  • 11th Annual Connecticut Garlic & Harvest Festival

    Bethlehem Fairgrounds, Bethlehem, CT Saturday,Oct 10 to Sunday,Oct 11 at 10AM - 5PM

    Eleventh Annual Connecticut Garlic & Harvest Festival, October 10-11, 2015 at the Bethlehem Fairgrounds on Route 61 in Bethlehem, Connecticut (just north of town). Visit our garlic cooking demonstrations, stay for a live band performance, and learn how to grow garlic at our informative lectures. Many garlic dips, spreads, cheeses, and oils will be available for purchase from our diverse garlic specialty food vendors – most offering FREE samples to try before you buy! Stop by our produce stands for fresh garlic and a variety of other fall produce. When you’re hungry, venture over to our food court. Homemade roasted garlic sausage with peppers and onions, garlic marinated steak sandwiches, garlic roast pork sandwiches, deep fried garlic, and garlic ice cream are just some of the items you’ll find at our food court! Bring the kids for some fun with our rides and games! We hope that you will join us in 2015!

    ADMISSION: $8 Adults / $7 Seniors / $1 Children under 12

    CONTACT INFORMATION: Email: contact@garlicfestct.com, or call: 203-266-7810, and ask for Al

    Sorry, no dogs allowed at the fairgrounds.

  • Celebration of the “Evening Farmer” Newspaper Digitization- Bridgeport Public Library

    925 Broad Street Bridgeport Connecticut 06604 Thursday,Oct 15 at 6-7 pm

    Christine Gaurveau and Gail Hurley of the Connecticut State Library demonstrate how to search the paper and highlight some interesting stories.

    For more information call 203-576-7400 ext 7

  • Demo Day- Brookfield Craft Center

    286 Whisconier Road (Route 25 at 202) Brookfield, CT 06804 Saturday,Oct 17 at 12pm to 5pm

    Be able to tour the  historic campus and visit each of their studios to see live demonstrations by their faculty.


    For more information call 203.775.4526 or visit http://www.brookfieldcraft.org/

  • Home Movie Day- Cinema Arts Centre

    423 Park Avenue Huntington NY 11743 Saturday,Oct 17 at 11 am

    Home Movie Day is an annual celebration providing communities throughout the world the opportunity to watch their old home movies in a public setting.


    For more information call 631.423.7611 or visit http://cinemaartscentre.org

  • Port Jefferson Village Center
- TAG Artists’ Reception

    101A East Broadway, Port Jefferson 11777
 Sunday,Oct 18 at 3 – 5 pm

    Featured artwork includes sculptures, digital manipulations, paintings and photographs. The techniques of these artists range from innovative fractal images to traditional paintings to ancient Native American pottery methods. In addition, one of the artists (Douglas Baldwin) will be performing live musical soundscapes during the reception on Sunday Oct 18th at Port Jefferson Village Center.


    For more information visit http://www.gpjac.org or call 631-473-5220

  • The National Jazz Museum- Fall 2015 Benefit Concert

    104 East 126th Street, Harlem, New York City, New York 10035 Wednesday,Oct 28 at 8pm

    Jon Batiste, National Jazz Museum in Harlem’s Artistic Director at Large performs at the  Alhambra Ballroom in Harlem on October 28 at 8pm to benefit the National Jazz Museum in Harlem.


    For more information visit http://jazzmuseuminharlem.org/or call (212) 348-8300

  • Sound & Vision Exhibition and Auction of imaginary album covers to benefit the Institute Library & WPKN FM

    847 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06510 Friday,Oct 2 to Saturday,Oct 31

    Sound & Vision is a visual playlist created by artists, in support of two of the region’s cultural venues: WPKN-FM, and The Institute Library. Each artist responded to a call to create an imaginary album cover.

    Artists are being asked to create works in an ‘LP album format’: 12″ by 12″ using words, images, or both. The works can either be imaginary album covers, or simply a work of art in a 12″ by 12″ format. Three-dimensional works should be displayed on an artist supplied pedestal no larger than 12″ by 12″.

    The exhibit will be on view at The Institute Library during the month of October. The entire event will culminate with a party, silent auction results, and live WPKN broadcast on Saturday, October 31st.

    Artists- deadline to RSVP interest in participating: September 15 to valrichardson@wpkn.org

    Artists- drop off dates  for the works at the Institute Library on Friday and Saturday, September 23rd and 24th.
    posted works must be received not postmarked by this date