Enjoy a fun filled day of art and entertainment in celebration of the local community this Saturday on Broadway Island, 56 Broadway (across from Apple/J.Crew) and on the sidewalk in front of the Yale University Art Gallery, 1111 Chapel Street. Amateur and professional artists of all ages and skill levels will be competing for prizes and bragging rights. Categories include Teens (ages of 13-17), Adults (18 years or older) and Adult Groups (two or more artists with at least one 18 years or…Find out more »
There’s a new “sheriff” patrolling Long Island Sound (LIS), and he’s a fish and wildlife biologist. Armed only with a passion for protecting the biological, physical, and chemical integrity of the Sound and its watershed, Bill Lucey - the region’s newly appointed soundkeeper - will share details of his critical mission in a free presentation at the New Haven Museum (NHM) on October 24, 2017, at 5:30 p.m. Lucey’s position is a program of Soundkeeper, Inc., a subsidiary of Save the Sound. As soundkeeper, Bill…Find out more »
Come and bring a friend to The New Haven Collective's Autumn Coffee Tasting event for the fall season! What can you expect if you come by for the festivities? You’ll enjoy a fine cup of Harvest Blend coffee, brimming with subtle tastes of cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger blended with a rich Guatemalan medium roast. Or try a regular shot of espresso. Let us know if you'd like that espresso prepared as a latte, or perhaps, a pumpkin latte? Then, we'll…Find out more »
Although the weather is cooling down, dining destinations around the city of New Haven (infonewhaven.com) are heating up as NEW HAVEN RESTAURANT WEEK, presented by Citizens Bank, returns Sunday, November 5 through Friday, November 10. According to Market New Haven, the event’s organizer, 33 eateries across the city will offer a two-course, prix-fixe lunch menu ($17 per person) and a three-course, prix fixe dinner menu ($34 per person). This year, NEW HAVEN RESTAURANT WEEK will again partner with the Connecticut Food…Find out more »
Discover your own comfort and ease in postures to create flexibility, relaxation and flow of vital life energy. Learn sequences which mimic the unique qualities of the five elements (water, earth, metal, wood and fire) and the way they behave in nature. A quiet, meditative focus is maintained throughout the class ending with guided relaxation. Because yoga is a process for self-transformation, there is nothing to master, no end to what we can learn and no limit to how much…Find out more »
Join Denali and Mountain Khakis for a Denali Night Out stop at Trailblazer New Haven benefiting Common Ground High School, Urban Farm, and Environmental Education Center. There will be beer from Black Hog Brewing Co., wine from Votto Vines, light refreshments, live music, and our ever popular raffle. When: Thursday, November 16, 6:00 to 8:00 pm Admission: $5 donation First 50 people get a free pint glass. Check the Facebook page for up-to-date informationFind out more »
The New Haven Tree Lighting is presented by Wells Fargo and is a Free event kicking off the holiday season in the downtown area. The annual celebration geared to the young and young at heart takes place on the city's historic Green and features live performances and a variety of children’s activities. Food and refreshments available. Broadcast Media Sponsor, NBC ConnecticutFind out more »
December's monthly book discussion will be Hillbilly Elegy by J.D. Vance. Please join The New Haven Collective at Prime 16 in New Haven to discuss our December book. Hillbilly Elegy is a passionate and personal analysis of a culture in crisis—that of poor, white Americans. The disintegration of this group, a process that has been slowly occurring now for over forty years, has been reported with growing frequency and alarm, but has never before been written about as searingly from…Find out more »
Celebrate the 4th Annual Repeal of Prohibition, Saturday, December 2 in New Haven, Connecticut. In 1920, The US government passed the 18th Amendment, ‘The Volstead Act’, prohibiting the sale and consumption of ‘intoxicating liquors, wine and beer’. Prohibition, as it was called, threw the United States into a dark and violent period with massive amounts of violence and corruption. Crooked politicians, bootleggers and gangsters flourished until the government REPEALED PROHIBTION, with the 21st amendment on December 5th, 1933. Please join us…Find out more »
Join Patagonia New Haven and students from Yale's Environmental Protection Clinic for a Pint Night to benefit Futaleufu Riverkeeper, a not-for-profit organization protecting the cultural and environmental legacy of the Futaleufu watershed in northern Patagonia. We will have beer from Blue Point Brewery, wine, light refreshments, prizes, and more. Entry is a $5 donation to Futaleufu Riverkeeper, and the first 50 people will receive a free pint glass.Find out more »
Six professional ice carvers will each transform 3 blocks of ice, 900lbs, into a spectacular sculpture in only 4 hours! Internationally recognized, award-winning sculptor Bill Covitz from Ice Matters in Cheshire, CT will be on-site competing for the grand prize. See some of Bill’s work here @ icematters.net Hot cocoa and other specialty drinks will be available at Maison Mathis and Blue State Coffee, both cafés are only steps away from the event. The Crepes Choupette cart will be on-site selling…Find out more »
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