Have fun with Robots, Sail the Seven Seas, Discover Brain-Storm & Create, and 3D Print with Talcott Mountain Science Center & Academy's Saturday Programs! Make the most of your weekends with our three-week (K-3) Saturday programs, which provide hands-on discovery, exploration and research with guidance and skill building from Talcott scientists. All courses run from 9am-3pm at Talcott's mountain-top campus in Avon. Courses let students explore new areas of science and technology, integrated with math and language arts, taking on the…Find out more »
Calling all fairies, elves, pixies, and woodland and mystical creatures – as well as regular folk – for a day of enchantment and delight at Connecticut Landmarks’ Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden! Get your passport to the land of magic, art, and music and join us at the maypole on Saturday, June 16th from noon to 4 pm (rain date: June 17) Enjoy tea with a fairy godmother and stroll along the woodland walk to build a fairy house. Visit the…Find out more »
TMSC's (Talcott Mountain Science Center) Summer of Science Adventures gives students in grades K-8 the chance to explore some (very) cool science, nature and technology -- all on a one-of-a-kind mountaintop campus! Date(s): June 25, 2018 through August 17, 2018 Times: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Event Email Contact: email@example.com Event Phone Number: (860) 677-8571 Check out our website and course catalog to view these and other classes! Fledglings I (k-3) Does smell help you taste? What makes an optical illusion work?…Find out more »
Explore the exciting possibilities this summer break with Summer Camp at the Westport Arts Center! Get creative, innovative, and have fun through the arts by choosing from a catalog of unique and contemporary weeklong workshops. With everything from mixed media studios to themed courses delving into graffiti, design, and culture, each workshop will include hands-on projects and a new way to look at art. With options for the traditional art enthusiast and the current pre-teen, this year’s summer line-up is…Find out more »
Join New York Times bestselling author Martha Hall Kelly at the lovely Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden, the Connecticut home of Caroline Ferriday. Lilac Girls is based on the true story of New York socialite Caroline Ferriday who championed the Ravensbrück Concentration Camp survivors. Enjoy a house tour, garden walk, book signing & author presentation. Registration required at 860-247-8996 x 23. Tickets range from $40 to $100; limited availability.Find out more »
Healing Hearts Center for Grief and Loss is offering a four-day summer “Good Grief” camp program for children between the ages of 6 and 11 who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling or other significant family member. The camp is filled with fun, confidence-building activities combined with grief education and emotional support. Campers have an opportunity to tell their story, express their feelings and memorialize their loved ones. The camp runs from July 16th through 19th from 9…Find out more »
Following clues, we will walk in the Nathan Hale State Forest searching for hidden letterboxes. Finding a letterbox means a stamp in the discovered logbooks & our logbooks, too! There will be letterboxing kits for sale at $5 if you'd like to start this fun activity today. This interactive walk is especially for families with young children. We will skip, meander & stamp about 1.5 miles over 1.5 hours. Heavy rain cancels.Find out more »
If you are looking for “things to do in Connecticut” we have 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.