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    Klingberg Family Centers, 370 Linwood St., New Britain, CT 06052 Saturday,Sep 21 at 9:00 a.m. to noon

    Twenty-seventh Annual Klingberg Vintage Motorcar Series Show. Trophies will be awarded at 11:30 for car show and Concorso. Activities for children and families include face painting, lawn games, etc. Food trucks will be on hand with breakfast and brunch. Event takes place with Klingberg Family Centers Other activities include the Klingberg Orphanage History Museum and the Klingberg Hall of Honor, memorializing leaders in local automobile preservation history.

    Klingberg Family Centers
    370 Linwood St.
    New Britain, CT 06052

    More information available at www.KlingbergMotorcarSeries.org or at 860-832-5524.



    ASHFORD, CT Saturday,Sep 21

    The day combines Camp’s scenic bike routes (62.5-mi, 30-mi and 15-mi) and our traditional Bandit 5K run/walk through Camp trails! Cyclists will ride through the hills of Northeast Connecticut, and find fully staffed rest stops and SAG vehicle support. All are invited to join the Challenge finish festival with Camp tours, activities, food trucks, mini golf, archery and live entertainment!

    Every dollar raised helps bring “a different kind of healing” to seriously ill children and their families through The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp’s year-round programs. All camper services are provided free of charge.
    Ride- 9AM and 5K- 10:30AM
    565 Ashford Center Rd., Ashford, CT 06278
    Tel: (860) 429.3444



    Friday,Sep 20 to Sunday,Sep 22

    The Danbury Irish Festival is a 3-day indoor/outdoor event. There’s live music all weekend, cultural activities & events, a shopping village, fun kid’s entertainment & games, a raffle, food, drinks & more!

    Portuguese Cultural Center, 65 Sand Pit Rd., Danbury CT


  • Stratford CT- Harvest Festival of Arts and Crafts

    Paradise Green in Stratford, C Sunday,Sep 22 at 10am-4pm

    Dozens of local artists, crafters, and vendors of all types. There will be live music and food throughout the day.

    This event will take place on Paradise Green in Stratford, CT from 10am-4pm. Rain or shine!

  • jewish film festival

    Sunday,Sep 22 to Monday,Sep 23

    A film festival to create greater cultural understanding, promote tolerance and understanding, and encourage artistic development and excellence by strengthening communities through the arts, and by provoking thought through film.

    There will be guest speakers, snacks and concessions.

    Jewish Federation of Western CT, 444 Main St North, Southbury, CT 06488

    Main Telephone: 203-267-3177

  • Katharine Heburn Theater – Mary Fahl with Band Concert

    300 Main St., Old Saybrook, CT 06475  Friday,Sep 27 at 8:00pm

    Mary Fahl performs in the styles of folk-pop.

    More information available at: www.katharineheburntheater.org


    Hamden (Keefe Community Center) Tuesday,Oct 1 at 6PM, DOORS @ 5:30

    Free State-Sponsored Forums
    on Long-Term Care Insurance and Retirement Planning

    How to plan for future long-term care costs.“The Missing Link in Retirement Planning – Why and When to Consider Long-Term Care Insurance.” For those who are 40 and 65 years of age and have (or plan to have) assets of at least $75,000 (excluding car and home). The State of CT and the Hamden Keefe Community Center will present this FREE sessions.

    (1) the State’s innovative program, The Connecticut Partnership for Long-Term Care, and how it can add to long-range financial security;

    (2) the risks and costs associated with nursing home and home care use and why it’s important to consider these long-term care factors in retirement planning; and

    (3) what you need to know before buying long-term care insurance.

    To register: 1-800-547-3443 or www.ctpartnership.org and click on the Public Forum link.


    New Haven Thursday,Oct 3 at 6-8PM

    In conjunction with the exhibition: Sanctuary Cities and The Politics of the American Dream, Curated by Luciana McClure: Bringing together immigrant artists practicing in New Haven and around the country, Sanctuary Cities will explore issues of place, cultural identity and dislocation.
    Creative Arts Workshop, 80 Audobon St. New Haven.


    WPKN Table- Luis Luna will DJ, with Michelle Morgan assisting with tabling.
    Audubon Street, New Haven

    Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2483412728344747/


    Friday,Oct 4 at 6:30PM -(Doors 6PM)

    A feature film screening followed by a conversation with producer Kayce Jennings and Lynn Sherr. FREE EVENT. Refreshments will be served.

    Girl Rising is a feature film about a global campaign for girls’ education. Viewers will meet nine girls from around the world who confront the obstacles to opportunity and their dreams. Award-winning authors from the girls’ home countries put their compelling stories into words, acclaimed actors give them voice, and an Oscar-nominated director gives them shape.

    Trailer- https://girlrising.org/the-film

    Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center, 551 Sag Harbor Tpk., Bridgehampton, NY

    RSVP to Deb McEneaney mcsanzo@hopeworksltd.com 917-741-6257


  • Marty Goetz Music Concert

    Simchat Yisrael Congregation-870 1st Ave, West Haven, CT Saturday,Oct 12 at 7:00pm - 8:30pm

    Marty Goetz performs melodic and fresh acoustical/classic arrangements. Marty has been recording music steadily since 1985, and today lives outside of Nashville, Tennessee.

    More information available at: (203) 932-9929

  • University of Bridgeport Symposium- Building Bridges: Healthcare Solutions to Prevent Opioid Addiction and Chronic Pain in Connecticut

    Arnold Bernhard Art and Humanities Center – University of Bridgeport Thursday,Oct 17 at 8am

    The opioid crisis has hit Connecticut hard. As a result, opioid prescriptions for pain are diminishing, leaving pain patients with fewer treatment options. A long term public health strategy is required to treat pain, improve quality of life for patients and reduce lost productivity. This symposium will foster a deeper understanding of the opioid problem in the context of chronic pain, as well as to promote a pragmatic discussion about integration of conventional and complementary approaches for pain and addiction.
    This important event will be a forum for approximately 150 leaders in health care, research, education, public health and policymaking who aim to improve knowledge, practice and legislation concerning pain and addiction in Connecticut. To maximize the impact of the discussion, we have recruited nationally recognized speakers who will address the opioid problem from multiple disciplines and perspectives.

    This symposium will take place on Thursday, October 17th 2019 in the Arnold Bernhard Art and Humanities Center on the beautiful University of Bridgeport (UB) campus.