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 »
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 »
Kids have FUN on school vacation at the Connecticut Science Center! Your child will love these hands-on day camps filled with fun and engaging science. Now registering for Camp dates December 27 – February 20 Campers in grades 1-6 will experience hands-on science enrichment through fun and engaging activities. Camps include structured activities with our STEM […]Find out more »
Join us for an evening of thrills, haunts, and mad science gone awry with Mystic Seaport's Nautical Nightmares: A Creature Among Us, inspired by Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein.” In this frightening theatrical, you’ll meet a mad scientist, his haunted creation, and a troupe of terrified town folk, with four spine-chilling scenes of murder, mayhem, science, and […]Find out more »
Join the Railroad Museum of New England as they travel through the beautiful Naugatuck Valley, following the Naugatuck River on our historic, 1920s era passenger cars pulled by one of our vintage diesel locomotives. On this train ride you will experience breathtaking autumn views from the Thomaston Dam and ride alongside the Naugatuck River. Included in this […]Find out more »
New England is one of the best places in the world to enjoy the annual color that happens before our deciduous forests drop their leaves for winter. This walk across campus and through the Native Plant Collection, will highlight some of the most reliable species for adding fall color to your garden and review the […]Find out more »
Visit the Samuel Smith Farmstead for a 1685 farmstead tour, to see farm animals, demonstrations of antique tools, hands-on family activities including sheep wool carding, dyeing wool with plant dyes, cider pressing, corn cracking, butter churning and candle dipping. Enjoy live music, cider, apples and donuts. Handmade beeswax candles and Fall decorations will be available […]Find out more »
Coventry Farmer's Market is making it SO EASY to shop local this holiday season… Sunday, October 22, they're helping you to jump start your holiday shopping with a highly-curated group of amazing Connecticut artisans and producers. Purchase wine, hard cider, housewares, soaps, jewelry, clothing, pottery, specialty foods, and one-of-a-kind furniture for the home. You’ll find something […]Find out more »
Have you ever wanted to stomp grapes like Lucille Ball? We are giving you the chance for free! Join us at SoConn and step inside our barrel of grape skins, make an appointment to get your hair and make-up by Frenchie's Salon and take a selfie or get your photo snapped by our professional photographer. […]Find out more »
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