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Barkhamsted - Carl Ricci 706 Union ave band
Posted on: 2017-11-10
What: Carl Ricci 706 Union ave band
Where: Brass Horse Cafe LLC, 87 New Hartford Rd., Barkhamsted, CT
When: 11/26/2017 (Sunday), 3 PM - 7 PM
The Brass Horse Cafe is proud to have Screaming Eagles Band Sunday Nov 26, , from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM No cover charge Brass Horse Cafe 87 New Hartford Road Barkhamsted CT 06063 For more information call 860-738-2017 

 
Branford - Connecticut Yuletide Carolers Concert of Carols
Posted on: 2017-11-10
What: Connecticut Yuletide Carolers Concert of Carols
Where: 811 East Main St., Branford, CT
When: 11/26/2017 (Sunday), 7 p.m.
Victorian carolers will fill the winter air with the bright sounds of the season, singing traditional and contemporary holiday music a capella in four-part harmony to bring holiday cheer to young and old alike. Refreshments will be served afterwards. 

 
Essex - Trees in the Rigging - Community Carol Sing & Boat Parade
Posted on: 2017-11-10
What: Trees in the Rigging - Community Carol Sing & Boat Parade
Where: Connecticut River Museum, 67 Main St., Essex, CT
When: 11/26/2017 (Sunday), 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
The holiday season kicks off in Essex with the annual TREES IN THE RIGGING Community Carol Sing and Boat Parade. The Connecticut River Museum, the Essex Board of Trade, and the Essex Historical Society combine to present this annual event that includes a traditional, lantern-lit carol stroll down Main Street where spectators are invited to bring their own lanterns or flashlights and join in with the Sailing Masters of 1812 Fife and Drum Corps and a parade of antique cars. The stroll steps off at 4:30 pm at the Essex Town Hall on West Avenue and ends at the Connecticut River Museum with a parade of vessels dressed out in holiday lights and passing in review along the Connecticut River. The best viewing is from the lawn of the Connecticut River Museum at the foot of Main Street. Santa and his elves will arrive by one of the parade boats for visits with children on the lawn of the Museum. The Connecticut River Museum will also be open that evening for all to attend the 23rd Annual Holiday Train Show at a reduced admission of $6. Sponsored by: Connecticut River Museum, Essex Historical Society & Essex Board of Trade. 

 
Avon - Avon Arts Association to Hold Free Art Demonstration and Workshop (fee).
Posted on: 2017-11-10
What: Avon Arts Association to Hold Free Art Demonstration and Workshop (fee).
Where: Avon Town Hall , 60 Main Street, Avon, CT (lower level)
When: 11/14/2017 - 11/18/2017
Avon Arts Association is presenting a free oil painting demonstration by local artist Dolores Howard on Tuesday, November 14 at 7 pm. (Suggested donation $5). A workshop conducted Ms. Howard will be held on Saturday, November 18th from 9:30 am to 2 pm at the same location. The demonstration is free, but the fee for the workshop is $45 for members, $55 for guests.
Ms. Howard is an award winning artist. A graduate of Pratt Institute, New York,she worked as a fashion designer in the New York garment industry, sketching and designing children's and women's wear. When she returned to Ct. to raise her family; she recycled her art and design skills into architectural interiors. She painted and studied with renowned artists Alan Tompkins, Bob Noreika, Frank Federico and John LoPresti; instructors at University of Hartford, Paier School and West Hartford Art League. She has won Best of Show and several National Art awards. She has exhibited at the New Britain Museum of American Art juried shows, among others.
There is no charge to observe the demonstration, but there is a fee for the workshop on November 18th.
 

 
Avon - Elisabeth von Trapp in Concert
Posted on: 2017-11-10
What: Elisabeth von Trapp in Concert
Where: 6 W. Main St, Avon CT 06001
When: 11/17/2017 (Friday)
Avon Congregational Church to host the world-renowned Elizabeth von Trapp in concert. Friday, November 17 at 7PM. Avon Congregational Church 6 West Main St, Avon CT 06001 Please join us at Avon Congregational Church for an uplifting evening of song from this veteran performer of "The Sound of Music" fame. Magic happens whenever Elisabeth von Trapp walks into a room and begins to perform-something rarely seen and distinctly her own. Whether it is her ancestral connections steeped in her family name or her own experience as a conveyor of life's experiences, both in song and words, Elisabeth's concerts are part music/part inspiration. One could call her a "motivational musician," but the beauty of it is that you enter her world not knowing that something wonderful is about to happen-and you come out the other end a better person for the experience. Elisabeth's "tools" are much deeper than possessing one of the most familiar musical family names of the 20th Century. Yes, she channels the talents of her lineage-the famous Trapp Family Singers, whose music and story were celebrated in "The Sound of Music." But her talents are her own as well-honed by an insight into the whims and wisdom of a life living close to the earth in her home state of Vermont and the farm on which she grew up on as a youngster-always aware that music was embedded in her DNA. A meet-the-artist reception will follow. Free-will offering received. Suggested donation: $10 

 
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