Peter Max Retrospective – The Collected Works 1960-2017, a newly-curated and highly-anticipated Collection from Pop Artist legend Peter Max, is the most important collection of his works ever assembled, and spans decades of iconic and celebrity portraiture and pop influence. Now in the sixth decade of his prolific art career, he is still creating modern masterpieces. This presentation is truly […]Find out more »
The Beardsley Zoo is home to two Mexican gray wolves, and two Red wolves, all extremely rare and on the Endangered Species list. Learning opportunities and activities for guests will be held all week. Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo is closer than you think and open daily from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Adult admission (ages 12 & […]Find out more »
Local classrooms are invited to build a scarecrow to showcase on Zoo grounds in the month of October. Come see our Scarecrow “Exhibit” on the Greenhouse Lawn, and vote for your favorites at Boo at the Zoo on October 29. To sign up to build or sponsor a scarecrow, visit beardsleyzoo.org. Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo is closer than […]Find out more »
Come learn at home mixology skills with Hartford Flavored. The Mixology classes are offered over different nights. Come learn how to make, shake and mix up cocktails - just in time for the holidays. 'Students' will learn the basics for at home mixology sure to impress friends & family. The class will include: - Brief […]Find out more »
The 3rd annual Simsbury Spooktacular Chili Challenge, on Saturday, October 28th is quickly becoming bigger and hotter every day! More than 15 registered amateur chefs will try to please the picky palates of the newly announced panel of 16 judges. “We have some very notable judges signed up, including Ray Dunaway of WTIC AM, State Representative John Hampton, […]Find out more »
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If you are looking for “things to do in Connecticut” we’ve got you covered. Are you bored tonight and don’t know what to do or where to go? Kids and Family events abound in every town in Connecticut. Interested in a friendly game of cards, a bike ride, or a hiking event? How about a 4K run, a Halloween party, or Christmas event. Connecticut is filled with lots to do. You just need to know where to find something fun to do in Connecticut. Look through our events calendar or type a keyword in the box to find a type of event. Click on the events categories in the menu to find even more fun events and you will never be bored in Connecticut.
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