Cornwall: As a continuation of the Cornwall 275th Anniversary celebration, the town will be hosting a Bridge Dance on the West Cornwall Covered Bridge on Friday, September 19th from 5:30 – 9:30 PM (with Saturday, September 20th as a rain date). This event is free to the public and is a fun gathering including music and street dancing.
Kent: The curators of the Kent Historical Society’s 2015 Exhibit, “Camps of Kent: Memories of Summer,” will give a special tour and talk about this popular show on Saturday, September 19th at 11:00 AM at the Seven Hearths Museum. The event is free to the public, with the actual exhibit closing on September 27th.
Norfolk: This Saturday, September 19th at 8:00 PM, five-time Blues Award nominated Ana Popovic will be taking the stage at Infinity Hall in Norfolk. Buy your tickets today at infinityhall.com/ana-popovic and be sure to make a dinner reservation at the Infinity Bistro.
Goshen: Run by the Goshen Recreation Department, this Saturday, September 19th, marks the 10th Annual Town Wide Tag Sale! Pick up your map at Goshen Town Hall, The New Goshenette, Goshen Wine and Spirits, or the Goshen Public Library and shop throughout the town from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. You’ll be sure to find some hidden treasures. If you are a local looking to sign up your home, please visit goshenrec.org for a form.
Sharon: Support the Sharon Volunteer Fire Department and Sharon Volunteer Ambulance by attending the 2nd Annual Wine Tasting on the Green on Saturday, September 19th from 5:00 – 7:00 PM. Tickets are available in advance and can be purchased from eventbrite.com/tasting-on-the-sharon-green-
Salisbury: Former northwest Connecticut resident and writer for the Hartford Courant, Rinker Buck, will be appearing at the White Hart on Thursday, September 18th at 7:00 PM for a talk and book signing. He will be discussing his personal journey on the historical Oregon Trail and the many ways that it inspired his latest book. This event is part of the White Hart Speaker series, featuring a variety of non-fiction authors this fall in collaboration with Oblong Books and the Scoville Memorial Library. It is free to the public.