Become A Tourist in Your Own Backyard On Connecticut Open House Day, Saturday, June 10

Thousands of Connecticut residents will be exploring the state’s fascinating world of history, art and culture when the Connecticut Office of Tourism hosts its annual Connecticut Open House Day on Saturday, June 10, 2017. Now in its 13th year, Connecticut Open House Day encourages residents to become tourists in their own state, and invites them to Read More

Book Review: Garden Design & Planning Specialist Guide

Garden Design & Planning by A. & G. Bridgewater is a Specialist Guide from Creative Homeowner. Beginning gardeners and experts alike will appreciate this practical advice on virtually every aspect of gardening – from choosing a plot to selecting flowers and water features. The instructions and advice encompass plans and proven techniques for planting traditional English, Read More

Free Colonial Family Fun Event at Mill Hill Historic Park June 10th

Step back in time to the Colonial days at Mill Hill Historic Park on Saturday, June 10, 2017 from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm. The Park is located at 2 East Wall Street in Norwalk, Connecticut. Follow signs for parking. This free event, which celebrates the grand re-opening of the park as well as CT Read More

1st Annual West Hartford Wine & Food Festival June 17th

Introducing the 1st Annual West Hartford Wine & Food Festival! The West Hartford Wine & Food Festival will be held on June 17th and is presented by Maximum Beverage and lead wine sponsor JUSTIN Vineyards & Winery in collaboration with West Hartford Magazine, We-Ha.com, and Eat in Connecticut Marketing The West Hartford Wine & Food Read More

New England Chamber Choir Hosts Concert this Sunday in Madison

The New England Chamber Choir & Orchestra is hosting their 43rd Annual Spring Concert on Sunday, May 21st starting at 4:00 pm at the First Congregational Church of Madison. The New England Chamber Choir & Orchestra, under the direction of Richard Wm. Donohue will present the forty-third installment of Music for Spring on Sunday, May 21, 2017 Read More

Newport’s Secret Garden Tour is Coming June 16-18

Newport’s Secret Garden Tour is coming June 16th through the 18th. The self-guided walking tours will get you up close and personal with private gardens located in historic Newport, Rhode Island. Take a late Spring tour of some unique, delightful and personal gardens. The annual Secret Garden Tour opens the gates to a variety of Read More

See Mexican Gray Wolves at Beardsley Zoo

Beardsley Zoo in Bridgeport, is home to two Mexican gray wolves, and two Red wolves, all extremely rare and on the Endangered Species list. The two Mexican gray wolves at Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo are sisters, born in 2007 at the California Wolf Center in Julian, Calif. Both species at one time were completely extinct in Read More

Spend the Day with the Wealthiest Families in the Country

Put on your walking shoes and prepare to be awed! A day trip to Newport, Rhode Island can be packed with sights and history with a visit to several of the magnificent mansions that once were summer “cottages” to the wealthiest families in the country. One can include any of the mansions for a day Read More

Redcoats & 5th CT Reg. at Revolutionary War Encampment May 27th

Huzzah! Memorial Day weekend begins with a bang at the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum Revolutionary War Encampment. The fun begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 27 at 211 Main St., following the Wethersfield Memorial Day parade, and lasts until 4 p.m. Admission to the encampment is free; regular admission charged for optional tours of the museum. During Read More

Take a Look Inside the New Butchers and Bakers Restaurant in Farmington