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Danbury, 2nd Annual Hat City on Tap (3/25): Hold onto your hats, Danbury, we’re coming your way! The 2nd Annual Hat City on Tap is coming to the Danbury Ice Arena on Saturday, March 25th.

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Groton, Kabaret for Kids - Mystic Marriott Hotel & Spa (3/24): The 13th Annual Kabaret for Kids Evening features special performances by the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s Youth Performers.

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Greenwich, American Brass Quintet (3/25): The American Brass Quintet is internationally recognized as one of the premier chamber music ensembles of our time, celebrated for peerless leadership in the brass world.

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Bridgeport, Peter and the Wolf (4/2): Live music and dance with New England Ballet Company. Original choreography performed to the classic score of Peter & the Wolf! Don't miss this unique and special performance! Tickets only $10!

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Litchfield, An Early Spring Stroll through Camp Columbia to the Solnit Parcel with Gerri Griswold (3/25): Take a walk through this historic property in search of early signs of spring. Pay a visit to “The Bear Cave” and explore the diverse rock formations left behind when a mile high glacier rolled throug

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Old Saybrook, Aztec Two-Step at The Kate (3/25): Aztec Two-Step burst upon the scene 45 years ago with their self-titled debut album on Elektra Records and are still considered one of acoustic music's most beloved and enduring acts.

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Washington, Celebrate Fionas Birthday!! (3/25): Help Fiona & Gus celebrate their birthdays!! Watch them show off in the ring Tour of the farm at noon!

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Litchfield, March 25 Winter Tree Identification Walk with WMF Forest Superintendent Lukas Hyder (3/25): It’s much easier to ID trees when they have foliage all over them! Step up your game and allow the Master to teach you a thing or two!

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Glastonbury, Wine Tasting benefit for Marys Place (3/25): Wine Tasting to benefit Mary's Place, a center for grieving children & families. Sample wines, beers, food, desserts while enjoying live music. Always a fun evening! Event sells out, so get tickets ea

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Litchfield, Art Show Opening: The Avian Photography of Nick Hawvermale (4/1): Nick’s photos are outlandish! Images are both technical and artistic. The Conservation center is so proud to have Hawvermale’s works hanging in the A. B. Ceder Room from April through June.

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Litchfield, CT DEEP CARE Family Fresh Water Fishing Class (4/1): Families and individuals age nine and up are welcome to attend this unique event which is part of the DEEP’s CARE (Connecticut Aquatic Resources Education) program. The class is taught by certified vo

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Beacon Falls, For Better & For Worse - Interactive Comedy Wedding Dinner (4/1): The mob’s most anticipated wedding is coming to Beacon Falls. Now in its 20th year, smash hit, “For Better & For Worse”, is an enormously entertaining audience-participation dinner theater show by Asp

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Milford, Registration Now Open for Arts in CTs Spring Break-Broadway Intensive (4/10 - 4/21): Join us for intense bootcamp training with some of our best actors, voice teachers, and choreographers as we do a training intensive to prepare you for your future on Broadway.

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Hartford, The Hollywood Allstars (3/31): Live at Infinity Music Hall & Bistro Hartford

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Ashford, Wine Tasting & Haitian Art Sale (3/25): Friends of Ecole Agape invite you to a Wine Tasting in support of literacy for girls in Haiti. Enjoy select wines with hors d'oeuvres, live music, and sale of Haitian art. Free wine glass with your go

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Barkhamsted, Johnny Larsen band with Carolyn Rae (3/26): The Brass Horse Cafe is proud to have Johnny Larsen band with Carolyn Rae Sunday March 26 from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM

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Beacon Falls, For Better & For Worse - Interactive Comedy Wedding Dinner (4/1): The mob’s most anticipated wedding is coming to Beacon Falls. Now in its 20th year, smash hit, “For Better & For Worse”, is an enormously entertaining audience-participation dinner theater show by Asp

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Bolton, YOU CAN LAUGH YOUR WAY INTO SPRING BY JOINING THE 4th ANNUAL BOLTON BOGSUCKER SLOG, SATURDAY APRIL 1 (4/1): A singular salute to Spring! This free event begins at the Bolton Gazebo, across from Bentley Memorial Library, 206 Bolton Center Rd., Bolton CT 06043. Festive parade progresses through Bolton Center

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Bozrah, Bolokada Conde Drumming Class & African Dance with Ashley Jones (3/26): We are honored to welcome back Bolokada Conde, Grand Master Djembefola (master drummer), and virtuoso of traditional Malinke rhythms to Connecticut to share his expertise with our community!

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Branford, Cheers for Tisko (3/30): Please join us on March 30th from 6-9 for dinner, drinks, raffles, wine wall and silent auction baskets.

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Branford, Killams Point Day Camp Public Registration! (4/3): Killam's Point Day Camp will open public registration on Monday, APril 3rd, from 6-8pm. Public registration will be held at The First Congregational Church of Branford.

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Branford, Prince Saxman Marcus Andersons Limited Edition Tour Lands in Branford, CT (4/8): Prince Saxman Marcus Anderson's "Limited Edition" CD Release Tour makes its one and only Connecticut stop at Local Kitchen and Beer Bar in Branford, CT on April 8

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Bridgeport, 2017 Barnum Festival Comedy Night (4/6): Featuring headliner Eric Lemelin, Ryan Arnold, Kevin Dolan, and Usama Siddiquee. Doug Adler will host the event.

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Bridgeport, Cabin Fever @ Brennans Shebeen (3/24): Their mission is to provide you with quality groovy music to those that like to let loose, dance and have a good time!!

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Bridgeport, Father Joseph Malloy Parish Center Dedication (3/25): Please join us for this special evening of fun, food, dance, and drink!

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Bridgeport, Holly Bowling (3/26): Holly Bowling is a classically trained pianist who began playing piano at the age of five. There’s one major distinction, however, that separates her from other similarly studied musicians. That is Ho

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Bridgeport, Make the Road CT Spring Fundraiser (4/7): With blossoms and warmth comes a chance share drink and eat for a good cause. Come and join us and help us celebrate our second year in Bridgeport. More details soon.

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Bridgeport, Peter & the Wolf ~ Greater Bridgeport Youth Orchestra (4/2): New England Ballet Company & the Greater Bridgeport Youth Orchestra bring live music & dance together for this special performance of "Peter & the Wolf" and other repertoire!

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Bridgeport, Peter and the Wolf (4/2): Live music and dance with New England Ballet Company. Original choreography performed to the classic score of Peter & the Wolf! Don't miss this unique and special performance! Tickets only $10!

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Bristol, Dudes Night Out (3/24): The Boys & Girls Club of Bristol Family Center will be hosting a special night our for Fathers and their Sons at our beautiful Clubhouse in Bristol CT!

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Bristol, Princess Tea (3/26): Hear ye, hear ye! All little princesses across the land are invited to enjoy an afternoon of magic and fantasy at New England Carousel Museum's Princess Tea.

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Burlington, March Mushroom Madness (3/26): Join the Connecticut Valley Mycological Society’s (CVMC) Annual Meeting at the Sessions Woods Wildlife Management Area in Burlington for a free program...

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Cos Cob, After Six at Greenwich Historical Society (3/29): Let's continue our Chamber's 100 year celebration by networking at Greenwich Historical Society, the best place to source archives and to understand the history of our town.

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Cromwell, Juleps & Viragoes Ball of the Rebellion (4/1): The dances themselves are quite easy to learn and are expertly taught and called by Mr. Strein and Ms. Brettman.

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Danbury, 2nd Annual Hat City on Tap (3/25): Hold onto your hats, Danbury, we’re coming your way! The 2nd Annual Hat City on Tap is coming to the Danbury Ice Arena on Saturday, March 25th.

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Danbury, Connecticut Master Chorale Spring Concert (4/2): The Chorale will be accompanied by the Connecticut Master Chorale Orchestra and joined by Mezzo-soprano soloist Wendy Gerbier.

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Danbury, Danbury Titans April Fools Day! (4/1): Danbury Titans vs Port Huron Prowlers. We have got the jokes, and we don't just mean the Prowlers.

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Darien, March Exhibit at the Geary Gallery in Darien, CT (3/2 - 3/31): The Geary Gallery of Darien proudly presents “Tranquil Landscapes” featuring the peaceful and uplifting nature scenes of acrylic painter, Sharon Hathaway. Her exhibit runs March 1 – 31.

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Darien, SHELL SHOCKT - At Darien Social - No Foolin! (4/1): May joy and laughter come your way this APRIL FOOLS DAY! Come down to Darien Social as "We must learn to live and dance together as brothers and sisters or perish together as fools!"

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Deep River, Cappella Cantorum Choral Showcase (3/26): Cappella Cantorum will perform medleys from Broadway, classics and spirituals with professional orchestra.

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Derby, Irons and Saws - Open Enrollment - Derby, CT (3/25): Irons and Saws is a hands on class involving inward forcible entry, outward forcible entry, roof ventilation, and metal cutting with power saws.

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East Hartford, 5 Keys to the Kingdom (4/5 - 5/31): Join us for this unique 5-Week spiritual exploration led by Linda Macpherson. This series of classes will give you the keys to unlock the barriers which are preventing you from stepping into full

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East Hartford, Family Yoga: April Showers Bring May Flowers (4/2): Themed classes once a month! Explore the benefits of family yoga as we have fun with downward dog, tree, cobra and more. In a safe environment to move and breathe. Yoga calms and centers the growi

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East Hartford, Mindful Chatter: 4 Week Series (4/1 - 4/22): This Digital Age can feel like a bombardment of noise or chatter onto our minds, forcing our brains into distracted states, mental ruts, and disconnection within ourselves. The extensive scientific

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East Hartford, Monthly Prenatal Workshop (4/2): Join Jen Daniels, RYT-500, to stretch and strengthen your expecting body. We will employ the use of breath, mindfulness techniques, and postures to prepare your body and mind for birth and beyond. You

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East Haven, Spring Open House (3/26): Attend a free yoga class or wellness workshop at One World's Spring Open House. Learn to manage stress, cleanse & detoxify, create inner balance for the body and have fun!

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East Windsor, 8-Ball Big Guns & Little Guns (4/1): Big Guns will play in their own bracket. Little Guns will play in the other.

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East Windsor, Opening Day Celebration! (4/1): The Connecticut Trolley Museum is in the process of updating their property & Visitor Center and is eager to show it off! The celebration includes beer, wine...

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Essex, Pasta Supper and Karaoke Night (4/8): On Saturday, April 8 an all-you-can eat pasta supper followed by a night of karaoke benefits the Making A Difference scholarship fund at The First Congregational Church in Essex.

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Fairfield, Harrys Wine School -Beaujolais Is back! (4/5): We’ve been touting the 2015 vintage around the world since the first Rosé hit the rack last spring.

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Fairfield, Jazz and Race in New York City: 1900-1975 (4/3): Brian Torff, Professor of Music, Fairfield University, will present a lecture on "Jazz and Race in New York City: 1900-1975" on Monday, April 3 at 5pm in the Diffley Board Room.

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Fairfield, Lights, Camera Auction: A Fairfield SEPTA Event (4/1): Join us Saturday April 1st from 7-10pm for Open Bar, Appetizers, music and get ready to bid the night away at the silent auction!

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Fairfield, Three Ms: Mondrian, Matisse and Monet (4/6 - 4/27): The Fairfield University Art Museum is offering an After-School Enrichment Program for children in grades 1, 2 and 3 on 4 consecutive Thursday afternoons from 3:30-5:00 pm April 6-27, 2017.

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Fairfield, Wild Adriatic (3/24): Rooted in the rowdy spirit of rock & roll, Wild Adriatic has built an international audience on a combination of groove, grit, and guitar-heavy swagger.

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Fairfield, Wonder Women in Fairfield & Connecticut. (3/29): Enjoy small bites of Fairfield history while enjoying lunch and engaging in lively conversations.

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Glastonbury, Wine Tasting benefit for Marys Place (3/25): Wine Tasting to benefit Mary's Place, a center for grieving children & families. Sample wines, beers, food, desserts while enjoying live music. Always a fun evening! Event sells out, so get tickets ea

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Goshen, Annual Easter Egg Hunt (4/1): Please come and join us on April 1st at Goshen Recreation Department. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Greenwich, A Day of Orchids (3/25): Connecticut Orchid Society will present orchid workshops & Plant Sale at Sam Bridge Nursery, 437 North St., Greenwich Ct Saturday Marcch 25, 2017 from 10:00 - 4:00

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Greenwich, American Brass Quintet (3/25): The American Brass Quintet is internationally recognized as one of the premier chamber music ensembles of our time, celebrated for peerless leadership in the brass world.

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Greenwich, Bruce Museum Exhibition. Alfred Sisley (1839-1899): Impressionist Master (1/21 - 5/21): January 21, 2017 - May 21, 2017 The Bruce Museum and the Hôtel de Caumont Centre d’Art in Aix-en-Provence, France, are mounting a major monographic exhibition of the art of the French Impressionist A

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Groton, Grasso Tech Dodgeball Tournament (3/30): Teams of five will compete to be the Grasso Tech Dodgeball Champion

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Groton, Kabaret for Kids - Mystic Marriott Hotel & Spa (3/24): The 13th Annual Kabaret for Kids Evening features special performances by the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s Youth Performers.

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Groton, Tourism Hackathon (3/25): The hackathon is Saturday, March 25. Food service begins at 7 AM, the hackathon itself starts at 8 AM and runs until 7 PM. A wrap-up with cocktails will be held from 7-8 PM.

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Hamden, Paint Party Wine Tasting Fundraiser (3/31): Join us Friday, March 31st. from 6:00pm-8:00pm for an evening of sips and drips at the P.L.A.C.E. Spring is in the Air, Sip & Paint Party.

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Hamden, Studio Warming/Open House! (3/25): Join us to celebrate the official GRAND OPENING of our new studio!!

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Hamden, Wine101-California Values (3/30): Hot off his debut with Old World/New World wines, Geoff Troup is back to host another fun filled night of vino!

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Hartford, 30th Anniversary Crystal Ball - Supporting Our Veterans! (3/25): In support of our Veterans & Military Families/Caregivers, join the Easterseals' Family for an amazing Black Tie - Patriotic themed night! Live and silent auctions, dinner, open bar and dance the ni

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Hartford, Community Matters: #EqualMeansEqual (3/28): Join us on Tuesday, March 28th at 5:30pm at 135 Broad Street, Hartford, CT in the Soromundi Room for a free screening of the film, "Equal Means Equal."

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Hartford, Connecticut Spring Antiques Show (3/25 - 3/26): Portrayed as "an American treasure trove" the show features pre-1840 American furniture and appropriate accessories with some of the country's finest and most respected antique dealers. On-site Tea Ro

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Hartford, Dance It Up: March Madness Edition (Womens History Month) (3/26): Please come and join us on March 26th at Studio-8-Sixty. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Hartford, Fridays, USP Community/Unity Fest (3/31): Please come and join us on March 31st at Fire and Spice. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Hartford, Girls Night: Dead Rover, Perennial, Glitter Bug, Sarah Rose (4/7): We're extremely proud to announce our first all-female fronted show at Sarah's! These chicks are gonna rock your socks off.

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Hartford, Hartford Symphony Orchestra presents The Planets (4/7 - 4/9): Vaughan Williams once described Holst’s The Planets as “the perfect equilibrium” of the mystic and the melodic sides of the composer’s nature.

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Hartford, Hartford Yard Goats vs. New Hampshire Fisher Cats (4/13 - 4/15): Hartford’s Double-A minor Eastern League Affiliate of the Colorado Rockies baseball team play New Hampshire Fisher Cats.

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Hartford, Hayley Jane & Justin Henricks (Acoustic) at Arch Street Tavern (3/30): Don't miss Hayley Jane with Justin Henricks from Beau Sasser's Escape Plan for a rare and intimate acoustic set!

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Hartford, Iroko: Tree of Life / Árbol de la Vida (3/16 - 5/21): This spring Clare Gallery will exhibit works by internationally acclaimed artist Imna Arroyo. Arroyo will be exhibiting her IROKO Series in three spaces in Connecticut.

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Hartford, Jersey Boys (3/22 - 3/26): “TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE!” raves the New York Post for JERSEY BOYS, the 2006 Tony Award®-winning Best Musical about Rock and Roll Hall of Famers The Four Seasons.

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Hartford, Killer Heels: The Art and History of the High Heeled Shoe (3/30): Lisa Small, Curator of the Brooklyn Museum, explores the history of high heeled shoes, fashion’s most provocative accessory.

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Hartford, Le Salon Cinq Rouge (3/25): Join us as we celebrate our Five year anniversary with a Salon wide art show fearturing the new work "Botanical Tyranny Parlor" by Jane Rainwater; "The Temple of Art" by Tatyana Nadgor;

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Hartford, Next to Normal (3/23 - 4/30): This brave and breathtaking contemporary musical takes an unflinching look at a family’s struggle with mental illness.

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Hartford, Opening Reception: Rhyme & Reason (4/6): Rhyme & Reason features artwork by six Connecticut artists awarded the Connecticut Office of the Arts’ highly-competitive Artist Fellowship.

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Hartford, Palestine Shoruq Debka Dance and Hip-Hop Performance (3/31): In these times coalitions of labor, community, interfaith and civil rights are especially important.

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Hartford, Photography Workshop with Whiskey & Oxfords (3/25): Portraits, Candids & Group Shots is a photography workshop led by Brandon Smith from Whiskey & Oxfords.

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Hartford, Sisu and Creativity: Finnish Cultural Heritage in Connecticut (3/22 - 5/6): The CHS and the Finnish American Heritage Society of Canterbury will present an exhibit of Finnish history in Connecticut – their agricultural cooperatives; the built environment including farms, barn

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Hartford, Stevedore, Improv Technicians, Parachute, Carrol & Harris (4/8): Please come and join us on April 8th at Spotlight Theatres Front Street. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Hartford, Susie Night with the Hartford Wolfpack! (4/7): Enjoying it all for a good cause, of course! So come on out on Friday, April 7th and support The Susie Foundation!

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Hartford, The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey (3/30 - 4/23): Absolute Brightness’ is about the disappearance of Leonard Pelkey, a flamboyant 14-year-old who has been bullied by his peers.

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Hartford, The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey (3/30 - 4/23): ‘Absolute Brightness’ is about the disappearance of Leonard Pelkey, a flamboyant 14-year-old who has been bullied by his peers.

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Hartford, The Hollywood Allstars (3/31): Live at Infinity Music Hall & Bistro Hartford

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Hartford, The MOuTH: You Cant Always Get What You Want (3/31): Come hear & tell stories on the theme “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” at the next The MOuTH, hosted by Chion Wolf at The Mark Twain House & Museum on Friday, March 31, at 7:30 pm!

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Hartford, TypeOneNation Summit (4/2): Enjoy a full day of educational and inspirational activities to help you and your loved ones better manage life with type 1 diabetes(T1D).

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Hartford, Utamaro and the Lure of Japan (1/7 - 3/26): Utamaro and the Lure of Japan is the long-awaited celebration of Japanese art at the Wadsworth Atheneum.

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Hartford, Youth On Fire Gospel Cookout (4/8): We would like to help bring the youth back to the table in the church and the community. Our first event will be April 8th, 2017 at The Wilson-Gray YMCA from 2pm - 8pm.

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Ivoryton, The Hundred Dresses (4/8): The Hundred Dresses is a timeless story about the hurt inflicted by teasing and the painful consequences for bystanders who fail to act courageously.

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Jewett City, Eggtopia! (4/8): Thousands of eggs, looking for a new home. Free to our community! Simple activities too! Free Family Fun! Date moved up earlier due to a very busy event schedule! ??

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Killingworth, History of Cowboy Valley (4/7): Relive the History of Cowboy Valley, Killingworth's Wild West Town that opened in 1957. View actual footage showing a Wild West town. View memorabilia and wear your Western outfit for a prize offer

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Litchfield, “Sense”sational Spring Break Camp (4/10 - 4/13): Spend your vacation exploring the wild and wonderful natural world at White Memorial. Meet live animals up close, make some awesome crafts, tromp around the woods, and play fun games, all while learni

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Litchfield, After-School Adventures (3/7 - 3/29): School is out, but those minds still want to be engaged! Bring your kids out to White Memorial for programs designed to awaken curiosity and foster an appreciation for the natural world. Every session

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Litchfield, An Early Spring Stroll through Camp Columbia to the Solnit Parcel with Gerri Griswold (3/25): Take a walk through this historic property in search of early signs of spring. Pay a visit to “The Bear Cave” and explore the diverse rock formations left behind when a mile high glacier rolled throug

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Litchfield, Art Show Opening: The Avian Photography of Nick Hawvermale (4/1): Nick’s photos are outlandish! Images are both technical and artistic. The Conservation center is so proud to have Hawvermale’s works hanging in the A. B. Ceder Room from April through June.

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Litchfield, CT DEEP CARE Family Fresh Water Fishing Class (4/1): Families and individuals age nine and up are welcome to attend this unique event which is part of the DEEP’s CARE (Connecticut Aquatic Resources Education) program. The class is taught by certified vo

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Litchfield, Llama Walk (3/25): Take a one hour walk with a llama on a beautiful trail within one of the most beautiful and diverse wildlife sanctuaries in America. You and your family are in for a treat.

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Litchfield, March 25 Winter Tree Identification Walk with WMF Forest Superintendent Lukas Hyder (3/25): It’s much easier to ID trees when they have foliage all over them! Step up your game and allow the Master to teach you a thing or two!

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Manchester, Retro Game Trade Night #3 (KarlGO!) (3/25): Please join us for The Grid Games third trade event. The store will have multiple 8' and 6' tables set up for use. First come or feel free to bring a small table.

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Marlborough, Junk in the Trunk (4/1): One person's junk is another person's treasure.. no tents or fancy displays - just open your trunk and set up a table. Shoppers - you will LOVE this new market!

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Marlborough, Junk In The Trunk market at The Shops at Marlborough Barn (4/1): A new type of market where vendors literally sell right out of their vehicles. Sign up and show up! One person's junk is another person's treasure.. no tents or fancy displays - just open your trunk a

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Mashantucket, Contemporary Art Exhibit: Without a Theme (3/31 - 11/2): An immersive display showcases approximately 20 vibrant, large-format installations from seven premier North American artists.

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Mashantucket, Piff the Magic Dragon (3/25): The stand out star of season 10 of NBC’s America’s Got Talent was without question Piff the Magic Dragon

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Meriden, OLMC Presents A Night in Venice (3/25): Join us for the 11th annual auction to benefit Our Lady of Mount Carmel School. It will be an exhilarating evening of sights, sounds and Italian aromas.

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Middlefield, Spring Tack Auction (4/1): New English and Western Tack, saddles, bridles, pads, sheets, grooming tools, buckets, forks, Amish corn brooms, wormer, halters and leads, draft, pony, mini tack.and much more.

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Middletown, 15th Annual Chocolate to the Rescue! (3/26): Help families and children experiencing homelessness while enjoying the region's finest chocolate!

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Middletown, Housing & Homelessness Legislative Breakfast (3/31): Come hear what your legislators have to say about housing & homelessness in the Middlesex County/Meriden/Wallingford region.

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Middletown, Middletown Pro-Choice Happy Hour (3/30): Come and join us for a Happy Hour! The legislative session is well underway.

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Middletown, Pirates of Middlesex County BAW Auction & Taste of Downtown (3/28): We invite our Members and their key employees to join the Chamber staff and fellow business members for complimentary hot and cold hors d'oeuvres, wine, beer and soft drinks.

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Middletown, The Elizabeth Verveer Tishler Keyboard Competition (4/14): A recital featuring the participants of the Elizabeth Verveer Tishler Keyboard Competition.

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Middletown, WesFest Concert II - Cyclical Unity: A Celebration of Metallophones, Gongs, Voices, and Electronics (4/13): This one-hour concert juxtaposes music from multiple continents, centuries, and technologies: choral music from the early 16th-century Habsburg court, traditional Indonesian gamelan, and contemporary

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Milford, A Magical Night in the French Quarter (3/25): The Maren Sanchez Home Foundation presents its first annual fundraising event!

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Milford, Priscilla Shirer Simulcast (4/8): You're invited to be part of this global, one-day simulcast that focuses on the power of prayer and learning to study God's Word for yourself.

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Milford, Registration Now Open for Arts in CTs Spring Break-Broadway Intensive (4/10 - 4/21): Join us for intense bootcamp training with some of our best actors, voice teachers, and choreographers as we do a training intensive to prepare you for your future on Broadway.

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Milford, The Girl Spot 7th Anniversary Party & Showcase Bway Bound! (3/25): Come celebrate with us as we pay homage to Broadway's best musicals with a pole & aerial showcase sure to entertain and amaze you.

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Milford, Wines and More of Milford-Fratellis Restaurant - Wine Dinner (3/28): Join us as Dave "The Wine Guy" Brause guides us through an evening of Fine Italian Dining!

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Mystic, Daffodil Festival (4/8): Come help us kick off our 300thAnniversary at our Daffodil Festival.

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Mystic, Sacred Music - Gregorian Chant (Lent & Holy Week) (1/18 - 4/5): Chant instructor John Brodeur of Westerly, RI will present an introductory workshop on Gregorian Chant: its history, theology, spirituality, and practice.

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New Britain, Museum After Dark: Vistas del Sur (3/31): Latin American culture at Museum After Dark: Vistas Del Sur! Have a drink with friends, explore our galleries and special exhibitions, dance to local musicians and DJs, and unwind in a creative enviro

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New Britain, Open Mic: Hosted by Poet Amin (4/6): Program invites poets, musicians, comedians, and performers to transform their galleries into a stage of cultural entertainment.

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New Britain, SWAN DAY CT 2017 A Decade Supporting Women in the Arts (3/25): We are making it a gala this year with an amazing event at the beautiful Trinity-on-Main concert hall! Come dressed to impress and ready to party!

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New Haven, A Night at the Peabody Museum (3/25): Join us after hours for our annual family night event. See the Museum come alive with games, crafts, scavenger hunts, live animals and some special surprises!

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New Haven, Archaeopteryx and the Evolution of Flying Dinosaurs (3/30): Much of John Ostrom’s legacy involves his groundbreaking work on Archaeopteryx, the iconic “missing link” between dinosaurs and birds.

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New Haven, Assassins (3/17 - 4/8): United in states of disillusionment and alienation, nine men and women emerge from the shadows of the 19th and 20th centuries to take what they believe is their best shot at the American Dream.

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New Haven, Bipolar Sunshine (3/24): Bipolar Sunshine is based on a surreal world where anything is possible, the stranger the better as long as its done with an artistic approach. A Home for the defeated romantic, the passionately curio

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New Haven, Dance Your Yoga Workshop (4/8): Join Devon for this unique workshop blending yoga and dance. We’ll start with a warmup and then roll up our mats and explore moving more freely in space.

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New Haven, Deniz Tek (3/31): Deniz Tek, from Ann Arbor, Michigan, is a prolific guitarist, singer and songwriter currently based in Sydney, Australia. His career in music, grounded in late-60's Detroit rock, extends through sever

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New Haven, Dirty Dancing (4/7 - 4/9): Don’t miss your chance to see this record-breaking live theatre sensation. You’ll have the time of your life!

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New Haven, Ian Fitzgerald (3/24): Ian Fitzgerald is a folk singer and songwriter. Based in New England, Ian has toured throughout the United States. Ian has independently released four albums of original material and has become known

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New Haven, It Was a New Century: Reflections on Modern America (12/23 - 6/4): It Was a New Century: Reflections on Modern America; captures the vitality and spirit of urban life at the beginning of the 20th century.

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New Haven, James Maple (3/24): "James Maple as Country as anything you are ever going to hear out of the Nutmeg State, yet at the same time still manages to maintain that sort of Americana/indie-folk aesthetic that made GraveRobber

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New Haven, Mincing Words: The Tactile Language of Unrest exhibition opening (3/25): This exhibit presents a range of works by contemporary visual artists focused a sense of play between images and words.

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New Haven, Premier Concerts and Manic Productions Present: MOE. (3/31): moe. is the preeminent progressive rock band on the music scene today. With 20 years of touring and just as many albums under its belt, the quintet of Al Schnier and Chuck Garvey...

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New Haven, Ransom Pier (4/14): Ransom Pier’s music offers listeners a combination of potent lyricism and technical prowess that places them firmly among the highest echelon of undiscovered acts along the Eastern seaboard. Their bra

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New Haven, Rise Against Hunger Meal Packaging Event (3/31): We will be hosting a meal packaging event for young adults on Friday, March 31st, sending over 10,000 packaged dried meals to the world's starving.

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New Haven, Stop Light Observations (3/29): For as long as Americans have sought the illusions of comfort and security in materialism and wealth, there have been those who rejected the predictability of conformity in search of something more au

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New Haven, Strange Changes (4/8): Strange Changes is an eclectic nine piece rock band comprised of musicians from the Boston music scene. Residing in Allston, they mix elements of American popular music with classical, jazz, metal, an

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New Haven, Tea Cups and Lace (3/25): Q's Travel invites you to its 3rd Annual Women's Event. Enjoy Afternoon Tea on March 25, 2017 promptly beginning at 4pm with a delightful supper.

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New Haven, The Knocks (3/24): The Knocks are an electro-pop duo from New York City consisting of members Ben “B-Roc” Ruttner and James “Mr. JPatt” Patternson.

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New Haven, The Skatalites (3/25): The Skatalites began performing in Jamaica in May 1964. The group was so hot that their first rehearsal became a show. So many people had lined up outside the venue, they decided to just charge admiss

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New Haven, The Tet Offensive Performs Nirvanas Nevermind at Cafe Nine (4/5): On April 5th, the anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s death, the Tet Offensive will give “Nevermind” its New Haven premiere at Café Nine.

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New Haven, Wess Meets West (4/8): Wess Meets West infuse elements of Electronic Music and Post Rock to blend otherworldly soundscapes. They have been featured in Paste Magazine, Electronic Musician magazine, Premier Guitar, NPR Mornin

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New Haven, Westside 2 Pint 0 presents: BACK in the DAYs 3 Year Anniversary Tour! (4/1): It's BACK in the DAY's BIG debut at Westside 2 Pint 0 and our only shoreline appearance for 2017 and we are gonna rock the roof off..don't miss this!! \m/

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New London, Johnny Cupcakes Pop-Up Shop (4/7): The crew from Johnny Cupcakes will be in the house with all sorts of awesomeness for everyone to check out and buy! Come hang out for special JC treats, snacks, and GOOD TIMES!

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New London, Stride, Swing, Blues and the Great American Songbook (4/5): Jeff Barnhart is an internationally renowned pianist, vocalist, arranger, bandleader, recording artist, ASCAP composer, educator and entertainer.

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New London, The Final Frontier (3/25): This space-themed program blasts off with Jerry Goldsmith’s Star Trek V: Main Theme and March of The Klingons.

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New Milford, Twin Star Community Apothecary Grand Opening! (3/25): We are honored and delighted to open our full service apothecary at 57 BANK STREET in downtown New Milford! We have expanded our hours, inventory and services!

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New Milford, TWKids Spring Break: Imagination Exploration (4/10 - 4/14): Classes for students ages 10+ Join instructor Stacy Capodilupo for this one-of-a-kind program. Students will develop characters, workshop and perform an original play that they create themselves durin

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New Preston Marble Dale, Hopkins Vineyard Chocolate and Bourbon Tasting ! April 8, 2-5pm (4/8): Hopkins Vineyard will host a tasting event with samples to taste! Chocolate-Bourbon-Smoked preserves- Olive oil

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New Preston Marble Dale, Shepaug Senior Class Benefit (4/1): Winetasting to Benefit Shepaug Senior Class at Hopkins Vineyard April 1, 2017 5-8pm

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Newington, Newington Bikes Season Kick Off! Open House (4/5): Get excited to kick off the 2017 riding season with our Spring Open House!

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Newtown, Newtown Spring Welcome Craft Fair (4/8): Newtown Spring Welcome Craft Fair Edmond Town Hall (gym) 45 Main St. Newtown, CT April 8 10am - 4pm Free admission

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Newtown, Sandy Hook 5K (4/1): The theme of the Sandy Hook 5K is "Love Runs Through." Love runs through everything being done to prepare for this event, and through every step we take to reach our goals.

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Norfolk, Glen Phillips (of Toad the Wet Sprocket) with Amber Rubarth (4/7): Frontman and singer-songwriter for the Platinum-selling, 90’s alt-rock juggernauts Toad the Wet Sprocket, Glen Phillips comes to our Norfolk stage with nothing but six strings, the truth...

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Norfolk, Vance Gilbert with Guest Kerri Powers (3/24): Come enjoy a night of Jazz, Folk, and Blues. Bet you’ll get a few good laughs in too. Vance Gilbert likes to add in some comedy to both his songs and his performance.

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North Granby, Herbal Medicine Show (3/25): Come learn about different herbal medicine making techniques you can explore in your own home. Deb will provide an overview of tea making, infused oils, tinctures

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North Haven, Chocolate & Wine Tasting (3/31): Join our kickoff event for the 2017 south of the equator wine making season. Come in and taste our delicious selection of Chilean wines, all made here in our facility.

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North Stonington, Beginners Yoga (4/1): Come explore the basics in a safe and welcoming environment. Yoga teacher Lily Nieto will lead this workshop that will give you the skills to make yoga a part of your life.

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Norwalk, 2017 Norwalk Seaport Association Annual Light Keepers Gala (3/25): This annual gala brings together friends of Sheffield Island Lighthouse, corporate partners and community leaders for a night dedicated to our jewel of the sound.

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Norwalk, 4th Annual Spring Awakening Tasting to benefit Turning Wine Into Water (3/25): Our 4th Annual Spring Awakening Tasting Event will be held this year at St. Philip Artists' Guild (SPAG) in Norwalk, CT.

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Norwalk, Bear Breakaway 5K (4/8): Join us in our Bear Breakaway 5K. Fundraiser for the Norwalk High Track Teams, Help The Norwalk High Track Teams Breakaway From The Competition, Awards will be given to the fastest Male and Female

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Norwalk, Maroni Bus Trip (4/5): Bus Departs promptly @ 10:15 from BJ Ryan's & heads to Northport LI for an afternoon of food, fun & drinks!!!! There will be, as usual, a pit stop at Gunther's for a cocktail before lunch.

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Norwalk, Western Long Island Sound Lighthouse Cruise (4/1): Venture out for a rare close-up look at eight historic lighthouses during a Western Long Island Sound Lighthouse Cruise, a new boat outing offered at The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk.

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Norwich, 1st Annual Fishing Boat Expo (4/1): With all the greatest brands under one roof we decided to give our annual spring Open House a new name... the 1st Annual Thayer's Marine, Inc. Fishing Boat Expo will be our largest event yet.

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Norwich, Kyle Beguhls BSA Eagle Scout Court of Honor (3/25): You are cordially invited to attend Kyle Beguhl's Eagle Scout Court of Honor where he will be accepting the Eagle Scout Charge and the Eagle Scout Pledge.

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Old Saybrook, Aztec Two-Step at The Kate (3/25): Aztec Two-Step burst upon the scene 45 years ago with their self-titled debut album on Elektra Records and are still considered one of acoustic music's most beloved and enduring acts.

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Pomfret, Spring Wellness Workshop (3/26): Join us for this hands on workshop where we will craft an herbal care kit to carry you through the spring season.

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Portland, CDHRs Denim, Diamonds, & Drafts (4/1): CDHR's Denim, Diamonds, & Drafts dinner and dance is on April 1st, 2017 starting at 6pm, at Saint Clements Castle in Portland, CT for the second year in a row!

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Putnam, NOW Paint for a Purpose Events (3/25): On March 25th, NOW will join Artique at their new location at 135 Main Street in Putnam for two adult paint events - putting the "fun" in fundraising!

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Redding, The World of Beatrix Potter (3/29): Come for afternoon tea and scones by the fire and meet one of NPF's longtime members, Meredith McClung.

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Ridgefield, Handstand Heaven with Brian Davis (4/8): Come and experience the world, upside down. We will examine the anatomical structure of the handstand and what will help you find success.

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Ridgefield, Kim Russo (4/1): Kim Russo Saturday, April 1 at 8pm HamletHub Whole New You Series Hearst Media Entertaining Conversation Speakers Series Partially underwritten by Reliance Merchant Services Buy Tickets AD

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Salem, Fairy Gardening (3/26): Create a fairy garden that's uniquely your own!

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Sharon, MapleFest and Maple Bake Sale (3/25): Guided Tours of Audubon Sharon's Maple Sugaring Operation, plus a maple bake sale

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Shelton, Golani long gun seminar (3/26): We will be working both defending from long gun threats and using your long gun in defense of knife attacks . $20.00

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South Windsor, Author Event: Powerful Beyond Measure by Cynthia Mazzaferro (4/1): Sat. 4/1 10:30-1:00 Author Event: Powerful Beyond Measure by Cynthia Mazzaferro Powerful Beyond Measure is a transformational guide to living a life of authenticity and abundance that’s deeply rooted

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South Windsor, Kids Paint Class -Chocolate Bunny (3/26): Sun. 3/26 1:00-2:30 Children's Paint Class - Chocolate Bunny Come paint an adorable bunny with us! This class is geared for children 6+ and comes with all materials including an apron. All you need t

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South Windsor, Tobaccos Role in Local History (4/13): The long history of one of the area’s main industries will be explored in the April 13 program of the South Windsor Historical Society.

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Southbury, Southbury Spring Showcase of Crafts (4/9): Southbury Spring Showcase of Crafts Wyndham Hotel Southbury 1284 Strongtown Rd. (CT-188) Southbury, CT April 9 11am - 5pm Free admission

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Stafford Springs, Caretakers of Soapstone Mountain: 2017 Winter Fun Raiser (3/25): We are having a RECORD BREAKING year and we are kicking it off with our first winter FUN raiser.

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Stafford, Northern Lights (4/8 - 4/9): Perch yourself on the northernmost point of Europe and experience Northern Lights through music. Feel the proximity to nature and the legends of the light.

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Stamford, Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers Everybody Loves Pirates (3/26): Eight-year-old Lucy and her goofy pal Little Chucky are searching for buried treasure, but a gang of bumbling pirates keeps getting in the way!

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Stamford, Malt Be Wood rocks The Fez (4/1): Come on out for no joke rock'n roll, Malt Be Wood style. Great cocktails, great food, and great music!

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Stamford, Stomp (3/25): A unique combination of percussion, movement and visual comedy, STOMP has created its own inimitable, contemporary form of rhythmic expression.

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Storrs Mansfield, “Banners and Cranks” (4/12): As part of the 2017 Spring Puppet Forum Series, the Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry at the University of Connecticut presents a discussion entitled “Banners and Cranks” with Clare Dolan and D

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Torrington, 10th Annual Spring Wine Tasting (3/31): LARC’s 10th Annual Spring Wine Tasting is scheduled for Friday, March 31, 2016 at the Torrington Elks Lodge #372 (70 Litchfield Street, Torrington) from 6-9 PM.

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Torrington, Impact 2017 (3/25 - 3/26): Watch in wonder as the dancers of The Nutmeg Ballet enthrall you with a mixed repertoire of the classical ballets Coppelia and Giselle set by Peterson, Limoli, and Tchernichov.

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Trumbull, Southern CT Womens Show - April 30, 2017 (4/26 - 4/28): One Day Women's Show- Trumbull, CT

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Trumbull, The Friends of the Trumbull Library April Book Nook Sale (4/1): The Friends of theTrumbull Library will hold a Welcome Spring Book Nook Sale Sat., April 1, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Library, 33 Quality St. Trumbull

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Unionville, Pasta Supper (3/25): Come support your local volunteer fire company and have a GREAT pasta dinner.

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Vernon Rockville, 4th Annual Chicken Run (4/9): A host of free fun family activities to complement the 5K, 2mile walk, kids run at the farm, including: the baby chicks will be arriving on the farm that day, a special appearance from our chicken mas

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Wallingford, Anthrax (4/4): Making up one quarter of Thrash Metal’s big four, alongside other huge names like Metallica, Megadeath and Slayer, Anthrax are a sonic force to be reckoned with.

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Wallingford, Gucci Mane Trap God Tour (4/6): Thursday April 6Th GUCCI MANE "TRAP GOD TOUR" Hits The Dome at The Oakdale 395 S Turnpike Road Wallingford Ct Doors Open 7 Pm Showtime 8 Pm .

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Wallingford, Killswitch Engage (4/4): Killswitch Engage is an American metalcore band noted for their abrasive, hard-hitting sound. They have also been recognized for taking pop constructs and re-working them into their own nihilistic sty

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Wallingford, The Rainbow Fish (3/26): Based on the beloved children’s book written by Marcus Pfister, ArtsPower will present The Rainbow Fish.

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Washington, Celebrate Fionas Birthday!! (3/25): Help Fiona & Gus celebrate their birthdays!! Watch them show off in the ring Tour of the farm at noon!

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Washington, Mark Devlin Exhibits at Gunn Memorial Library Stairwell Gallery (2/25 - 4/8): Mark Devlin Exhibits at Gunn Memorial Library Stairwell Gallery February 25 through April 8 - Reception February 25, 12p-2p

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Waterbury, Chris Corbett 5K and 2-Mile Fitness Walk (4/2): The Chris Corbett 5K Race has been organized as a tribute to Chris' love of running and to carry on his support of Greater Waterbury Catholic schools and their students.

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Waterbury, First Look /New to the Collection (3/26 - 5/14): The collection is the heart of a museum. It’s here that the idea for the next big exhibition might be sparked, where viewers find their inspiration and a museum shapes its identity.

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Waterbury, Hip To Strip™ Master Class/ Workshop with Ann Saldi (3/24): Dancing Naughty is Good for the Body(tm) Created and Designed by Ann Saldi, Zumba Education Specialist Dancing Naughty is Good for the Body(TM)………It is!!

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Waterbury, Luminous Garden (3/26 - 7/16): Sculptor and conceptual artist Beth Galston creates site-based installations that are informed by many sources, including science, architecture, engineering, and nature.

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Waterford, Crystal Mall Hosts Caring Bunny (4/2): Caring Bunny™ at Crystal Mall offers families that have children with special needs a subdued environment to participate in the Bunny Photo Experience. Caring Bunny, the largest program of its kind, h

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West Hartford, Acoustic Vinyasa (3/24): Music and movement collide in this truly immersive yoga experience.

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West Hartford, Capoeira Workshop with Mestre Pinga Fogo (4/6): Join Us, Capoeira Connecticut Ginga Brasil-CDO for an open level master class with Mestre Pinga Fogo from Austin, TX.

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West Hartford, Free Mat Pilates at Athleta (3/26): Join SOMA Movement Studio as we give free Essential Pilates Mat class at Athleta in Westfarms Mall.

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West Hartford, How-to Festival - West Hartford Libraries (3/25): Over 1,000 people are expected to attend West Hartford's How-To Festival on Saturday, March 25 from 10:00AM to 3:00PM at the Noah Webster Library in the town center.

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Westbrook, Tai Chi Meditation Basics 2-hr Workshop with David Chandler (3/25): If you've heard about the many health benefits of Tai Chi meditation, this 2-hour workshop will give you a chance to experience them and learn the basic principles.

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Westport, A Better Chance of Wetposrt Dream Event (3/25): A Better Chance of Westport will celebrate its 15th anniversary at the annual Dream Event at Birchwood Country Club. Since 2002 A Better Chance of Westport has been changing lives through education fo

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Westport, Chanticleer (4/1): Chanticleer is known around the world as “an orchestra of voices” for the seamless blend of its twelve male voices ranging from countertenor to bass.

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Willimantic, Eric Arn w/ Stefan Christensen & Landing (3/29): Eric Arn (Crystalized Movements, Primordial Undermind) Stefan Christensen (Estrogen Highs, Stefan Christensen and Friends) Landing (Connecticut Pedal Based Music)

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Willington, Acoustic Artist Series: Providence Mandolin Orchestra (Classical) (4/1): The origins of the Providence Mandolin Orchestra can be traced back to performances in the first decades of the twentieth century with Giuseppe Pettine and William Place Jr.

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Winsted, Chair Yoga at Whiting Mills (1/7 - 12/30): Chair yoga is a general term for practices that modify yoga poses so that they can be done while seated in a chair. No class Tuesday April 4th, the make up class will be Wensday April 5 at 6:15 to 7

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Winsted, Whiting Mills Spring Open Studios (4/29 - 4/30): Celebrating a unique an creative community of Artists, Craftspeople & Retailers during this fun and festive weekend!

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