A total of 37 events have been found.
Fiddleheads Food Coop - Cafe, 13 Broad St, New London, CT
JOHN SARGENT – paintings & monoprints with themes based upon nature and often created with tools repurposed from nature
Mystic Arts Center, 9 Water Street, Mystic, CT
The Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) 103rd Annual Juried Show consists of juried artworks from Connecticut artists of all mediums, including photography, sculpture, graphic arts, and painting. CAFA is a non-profit arts organization established in 1910 by a group of renowned Connecticut artists. Their mission is to promote the art of area members. Opening reception Thursday June 26, 6-8pm.
54th Annual Niantic Arts and Crafts Show, 108 Pennsylvania Ave, East Lyme, CT
Photographer Cam Chapman is a lighthouse keeper in a most unexpected way. He keeps the memories of America’s East Coast lighthouses alive with spectacular photographic portraits of them – and they can be viewed this year at the 54th Annual Niantic Arts and Crafts Show. Don’t miss this chance to meet Cam and see his work at the Town Hall Green, Saturday July 5 from 10 am - 5 pm, and Sunday July 6 from 10 am - 4 pm.
Lyman Allyn Art Museum, 625 Williams Street, New London,
on view June 14, 2014 – January 5, 2015. The works in this exhibition reveal the artist’s deep immersion in the natural phenomena of his immediate environment, the woodlands of Southeastern Connecticut. His paintings evoke a sense of wonder as viewers, too, become absorbed in the subtle textures, graceful shapes, and vibrant colors of the natural world.
860.443.2545 x129 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Cooley Gallery, 25 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, CT
New sculptures and drawings highlighting the mechanics of two-dimensional art and the secret life of frames by Essex native Jasper Goodrich. Opening reception on Thursday, June 12th from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Admission is free. Visitors are welcome and encouraged Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. or online anytime at www.cooleygallery.com.
Lyme Art Association, 90 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, CT
Visitors of all ages will enjoy this summer exhibition of work by the country’s premier maritime artists, on view in the Lyme Art Association’s beautiful sky-lit galleries. A juried exhibition of marine art by the Association’s member artists will be on view simultaneously. Gallery hours are Monday-Saturday 10 am-5 pm, Sunday 1 pm-5pm.
Hygienic Art Galleries, 79 Bank Street, New London,
Reception 7-10 p.m. July 5
Erotic art from Terry "Davo" Davis, Jacqueline Phillips, Wayne Hitchcock and Kathy LaVallee. Through Aug. 2. Hours 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Thurs., 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Fri. and Sat., and noon-3 p.m. Sun.; (860) 443-8001, hygienic.org.
Lyme Art Association, 90 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, CT
Visitors of all ages will enjoy this summer exhibition of work by the country’s premier maritime artists, on view in the Lyme Art Association’s beautiful sky-lit galleries. A juried exhibition of marine art by the Association’s member artists will be on view simultaneously.
Mashantucket Pequot Museum , 110 Pequot Trail, Mashantucket, CT
This exhibit is held Saturday, June 28-Saturday, October 18 and explores the dramatic changes that occurred to bison and its habitat, and to the people who depended on it for their daily existence. The Bison features Plains Indian objects, contemporary Native art, popular culture items, small models and sculptures, natural history materials, and vivid images. Free with Museum admission, free to Museum members. This exhibition was organized by the C.M. Russell Museum, Great Falls, MT and has been made possible through NEH on the
The Bill Memorial Library, 240 Monument St., Groton, CT
The Bill Memorial Library in the City of Groton invites adults to take part in Groundbreaking Reads, our Adult Online Summer Reading Program. Earn a raffle ticket for each book review you submit. Log on to the library’s home page, http://billmemorial.org. Click on “Summer Reading”, then choose the “Literary Elements” tab for adults. Create an account and begin entering your reviews on Wednesday, June 25 through Saturday, August 9. Readers can also submit book reviews in person to the library. Winners of the prize drawing will be notified in mid-August. The more you read the more chances to win! Call the library at 860-445-0392 for more information. The Bill Memorial Library is located at 240 Monument St., next to the Groton Monument and historic Fort Griswold.
The Essex Steam Train & Riverboat, One Railroad Avenue , Essex, CT
The Essex Steam Train & Riverboat was proud to launch the Roaring 20's year theme on Saturday, June 14th in conjunction with the Connecticut Office of Tourism's 10th annual Connecticut Open House Day.
Throughout the day, attendees will step back in time upon entering the station, and will experience an era themed authentic car show (six parked vehicles), meet characters from the decade, take a journey on the train, and much, much more! There are endless photo opportunities throughout the day including relaxing in an authentic living room, posing with Roaring 20's characters, and taking a ride aboard the locomotive.
American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 128, 16 York Ave., Niantic, CT
all-you-can-eat; $8, $3 children under 10; (860) 739-2107.
St. Ann's Episcopal Church, 82 Shore Road, Old Lyme, CT
Old Lighthouse Museum, 7 Water St., Stonington Borough, CT
2 p.m., weather permitting; sponsored by the Stonington Historical Society; $10 adults; $5 students (to age 18); (860) 535-1440.
Guided walking tours of Stonington Borough, sponsored by the Stonington Historical Society, will take place, weather permitting, at 11 a.m. Thursdays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sunday afternoons through the end of August. Additional walking tours will be offered on Aug. 9 and 10 during the Battle of Stonington Bicentennial weekend.
Tours, starting at the Old Lighthouse Museum, 7 Water Street, include lively anecdotes about sea captains, merchants, artists, writers, and others of the 19th- and 20th-centuries, whose homes still line the lanes of the village.
The walking tour is $10 per adult, $5 per student (to age 18). Participants are also invited to visit the Old Lighthouse Museum and the Capt. Palmer House for a combined admission of $15 for adults and $10 students. Tour is limited to the first 15 people who arrive.
For more information call (860) 535-8445 or visit www.Stoningtonhistory.org. For weather-related questions on day of tour, call the Lighthouse Museum at (860) 535-1440.
Niantic Animal Hospital, 9 Lake Ave., Niantic, CT
8 a.m.-4 p.m., held by Friends of Feral Felines, Inc. of East Lyme; donations accepted week prior to sale at the animal hospital; small items in good condition are greatly welcomed as well as cat food and monetary donations to help with spay/neuter efforts in New London County; (860) 691-0067.
Shoreline Community Center, 39 Hartford Ave., Old Lyme, CT
7 a.m., sponsored by the Sound View Beach Association, Inc.; (860) 434-2871.
Avery Copp House, 174 Thames Street, Groton, CT
The Avery-Copp House, located at 154 Thames St. in Groton, will be open to the public for guided tours through October 12. Hours are 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday through Sunday. Admission is $5 for adults and free to children under age 12.
The Colonial style house, built in the early 1800s, was Victorianized at the turn of the 20th century. It houses the story of an American family that lived there for 200 years. Furnishings are original and a testament to Yankee thrift, inventiveness and hard work. Two Victorian gazebos sit above the house on the terraced lawns overlooking the Thames River.
The house is open seasonally and by appointment year round. Events for families and the general public are offered throughout the year, including a Fall Garden Party, a Christmas Open House, Charles Dickens dramatic readings, tours and lectures.
City of Groton Municipal Building, 295 Meridian Street, Groton, CT
Displays of city-related memorabilia from the private collection of Town Historian Jim Streeter. More info at cityofgroton.com. Runs June 12th-August 14th.
Avery Farm House Gateway, 56 Lambtown Road, ,
the southern portion of Lambtown extension; sponsored by Groton Open Space Association; free; (860) 572-5715.
Turn onto Lambtown Rd (Groton) at the traffic light on Rt 184 at Flanders Road and follow to 56 Lambtown Rd. Contact GOSAmail@gmail.com for questions.
Grove Street Cemetery, 227 Grove Street, New Haven, CT
One (1)Hour Walking Tours of Historical Tours - Eli Whitney Inventor
Denison Homestead, 120 Pequotsepos Ave., Mystic, CT
Sundays through October.
18th Century Purity Farm - fruits and vegetables
Aiki Farms - sprouting lentils, mung beans, garbanzo beans, red winter wheat berry, pea shoots, buckwheat, lettuce, wheat grass juice, buckwheat and pea shoots, spicy Asian mix, Thai basil, beets, radishes, carrots, and potatoes.
Bread n Cookies - breads and cookies
D&L Burton Farm - vegetables and fruits (pesticide free)
Davis Farm – seasonal vegetables and corn, fresh eggs, corn meal
Dragon Blood, LLC - Dragon Blood Elixir hot sauce, unique destiny hot sauce, chutney, condiments, BBQ
Flatland Alpacas - Alpaca fiber, roving, yarn, hand-knit and woven items, handmade soap in an alpaca sweater, certified naturally grown goat meat, hickory and walnuts
Groton Family Farm - free-range eggs, veggies, wool and fruit.
Haider Farm - certified organic veggies, beef, pork, relish, eggs and greenbrier baskets
Highwater Dairy, LLC dba Beltane Farm - fresh and aged goat cheeses, raw and pasteurized goat milk, goat milk yogurt, cow’s milk cheese, goat/cow milk cheese and goat milk soap
Kate Geary Jewelry - Body care products—lotions, outdoor spray for body, hand-made soaps, scrubs, lip balms, specialty soaps, some hand-made jewelry, original clay buttons & pendants and shoulder & hand bags.
North Stonington Congregational Church - fruit pies made with fruit from local farms and church members. All proceeds go to benefit the Church budget.
Nubo Gelateria - Sells gelato and sorbettos
Stonyledge Farm – naturally grown veggies, fruit, berries, salad greens, seedlings, jam, herbs, cut flowers, beeswax hand cream and lip balm, beef, pork, veal, lamb, chicken, free-range eggs. We will grill our own burgers and dogs during market hours
Town of Putnam, Town Hall 126 Church St, Putnam, CT
The General Stanton Inn and Flea Market, 4115 Old Post Road, Charlestown, RI
The many vendors at coastal RI's Gen. Stanton Inn Flea Mrkt. have est. somewhat of a "cottage industry" over the past 49 years, of helping people with cottages furnish & decorate them--inside & out. Whether it's a hand-crafted whirly-gig to launch outside on the cottage lawn or a time-tested collection of nautical lamps & sea glass to let the inside glow, The Gen. Stanton Flea Market has a large supply of unique collectibles & antiques to make a cottage a cottage.As schools close & cottages open for the summer,vendors at The Flea Market stock their booths with items to buoy the spirits of cottage owners, cottage renters & everyone else. The Gen. Stanton Inn Flea Mrkt. is the area's largest, oldest & most popular. Free admission/$2. parking fee Sundays only. 401-364-1818/401-364-8888
Henry Whitfield State Museum, 248 Old Whitfield Street, Guilford, CT
Exhibit of reproduction trade goods given to the Menuncatuck tribe by the Guilford colonists. Part of the 375th Celebration of the Whitfield House and Guilford. Open Wednesday-Sunday, 10:00-4:30. Included with admission. Free parking.
The General Stanton inn Flea Market, 4115 Old Post Road, Charlestown, RI
Charlestown's General Stanton Inn Flea Market will be blossoming from it's "Sundays only" hours to its expanded summer hours, opening on Saturdays, Sundays and Holiday Mondays, all from 8 a.m.-3 p.m., beginning May 24 and continuing on through Columbus Day, October 13. Now celebrating its 49th season, The General Stanton Flea Market is one of the oldest, largest and most popular flea markets in the area. Set on seven, tree-shaded acres of the historic Inn (est. 1667), this Flea Market flourishes with rows of vendors selling antiques, collectibles, crafts, art, new merchandise, farmers'market items, & for a second season, an indoor oasis, "Matilda's Daughter" boutique. Admission is free. A $2.parking fee is charged on Sundays only. New vendors are welcome every weekend. 401-364-1818.
Hygienic Art Park, 79 Bank Street, New London,
Tickets Available Now: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/684163
Man Forever is an exploratory percussion project helmed by John Colpitts (aka Kid Millions), one of New York’s most versitile and critically lauded collaborators and a founding member of Oneida. Since its inception in 2010, Man Forever has hosted an impressive list of guest performers, but few have been as specially qualified to perform Colpitts’ technically challenging meditative workouts as So Percussion, the United States’ premiere contemporary percussion ensemble.
Bulkeley House Saloon, 111 Bank Street, New London, CT
Join DJC Productions Entertainment for Karaoke every Thursday Night from 9p to close! Bulkeley House features a HUGE outdoor patio with 2 bars and 15 HDTV's to watch your favorite sports game! Come sing a tune and enjoy a cocktail! Hope to see you there!
Groton Elks Club, 700 Shennecossett Rd, Groton, CT
free outdoor concert with Special 20 and the House of Power Horns; open to the public; (860) 445-2163.
Food, soda, beer & wine sold
The Burger Beast Tavern, 350 east Main St, Clinton, CT
Singing and Dancing at the Burger Beast every Wed, Fri. Sat. And Sunday
Great time great food and drinks
New London Moose Lodge 2652, 72 Central Avenue, new london, CT
music by Dj Voltage
Mystic Seaport, 75 Greenmanville Ave., Mystic, CT
Stroll through Museum grounds and along the waterfront. Relax with friends while enjoying food and beverages outdoors at Schafer’s Spouter Tavern. Located in the heart of the Museum’s village, the tavern offers a full menu available for purchase. Listen to live music performed by local musicians from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Make the most of your summer weekends at Mystic Seaport!
Captain Daniel Packer Inne, 32 Water St., Mystic, CT
Preston Ridge Vineyard, 100 Miller Rd, Preston, CT
The Dragonites will perform their brand of modern roots rock music in the tasting room from 12 noon to 3 pm.
Upper Deck Sports Bar, 359 Boston Post Road, Westbrook, CT
Join DJC Productions Entertainment for Sunset Karaoke every Sunday night from 6p - 10p on the Upper Deck! Enjoy Dinner and Cocktails and sing a tune. Just look for the Giant Upper Deck! For more info log on to www.djcprodjs.com ,the DJC Pro facebook page: www.facebook.com/djcprodjs or call 860-287-7209
Leamy Concert Hall, 15 Mohegan Avenue, New London, CT
The Coast Guard Band presents “Celebrating Independence” on July 6 at 2 pm in Leamy Concert Hall. A salute to the gritty American spirit, the program is punctuated with marches, a Rock n’ Roll tribute, and other traditional songs. Lieutenant Commander Adam Williamson leads the Band in a rousing afternoon performance.
Groton Senior Center, 102 Newtown Road, Groton, CT
Groton Regional Theatre will stage “The Wedding Singer” Harvey” June 20 through July 6 at the Groton Senior Center on Route 117. This 2006 Broadway hit musical is based on the 1998 romantic comedy movie with Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore.The story centers around Robbie Hart, a singer with a New Jersey wedding band who is dumped by his long-time girlfriend and finds true love with a sweet waitress named Julia.
The production is directed by Vic Panciera and features Jon Carpentier, Alyson Fowler, Emily Young, Antonio Pereira, Michael Schroeder, Eric Bowles, Pauline Batista, Anna Maria Trusky, and Kathy O’Hara. Shows are at 8 p.m. Friday (no show July 4) and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets may be purchased at the door for $20 or in advance for $15 at brownpapertickets.com.
The Groton Senior Center Auditorium is located at 102 Newtown Road (Route 117), Groton.
Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, 305 Great Neck Road, Waterford, CT
Chicago, 1893. The city hosts the World’s Columbian Exposition. Change is palpable: all in attendance hope to propel society into a shining new era. We follow Lucy, a rambunctious sharpshooter from Buffalo Bill's Wild West, as she explores the Fair, thrilled by the fast-paced modernity of city life. But trouble simmers beneath the façade of the shimmering “White City” when young women begin to go missing, as Henry Howard Holmes, a local doctor, exploits the innovations presented at the fair for his own demented purposes. Loosely based on the true story of America’s first recognized serial killer, The White City explores all of the delightful (and deadly) possibilities that accompany the introduction of new technology.