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Granby - DIY Succulent Terrarium
Posted on: 2017-02-07
What: DIY Succulent Terrarium
Where: Joy & Wit Interiors, 15R Hartford Ave. Suite 2P, Granby, CT
When: 2/16/2018 (Friday), 7 PM - 9 PM
Learn the basics of how to build your own succulent terrarium!
All materials for one basic terrarium will be included (a glass piece, drainage stones, soil, and three small succulent plants). You can purchase more plants for your arrangement if you would like.
You may bring other decorative elements to add to the terrarium to make it your own (figurines, crystals, shells, etc).
You are welcome to bring bottle of wine or beer (if you like - no hard alcohol).
Cost for this workshop is $35. 10% discount for all who have attended or signed up for any of the other Bouquets of the Valley workshops.
To join the fun, click on going and pm your email address. You will receive an invoice to pay. Please pay within 24 hours to hold your space.
We can't wait to get our CREATIVE on with you.
 

 
Branford - Taste of East Hampton
Posted on: 2017-02-07
What: Taste of East Hampton
Where: 59 Main Street, East Hampton
When: 2/24/2018 (Saturday), 2-4pm
Taste of East Hampton, Raffle and Live Auction Saturday February 24, 2018
2-4pm Congregational Church of East Hampton, 59 Main Street East Hampton, CT
Sample menu items from six local East Hampton businesses. Adults $10, children under 10 $5, Family(2 adults and children) $25 Raffle and Live Auction 

 
Essex - Eagle Flyer
Posted on: 2017-02-07
What: Eagle Flyer
Where: 1 Valley Ave., Essex, CT
When: 2/17/2018 - 2/25/2018
The Eagle Flyer is a unique two and half hour round trip eco-excursion in the Connecticut River Valley. Trees striped of their foliage afford clear views of the surrounding forest and the Connecticut River; wildlife can be observed from the cozy confines of heated vintage rail cars. Master Wildlife Conservationists will be on board to share their knowledge of the wildlife that calls the Connecticut River Valley home.
The Eagle Flyer is pulled by vintage diesel engines and departs from Essex Station. The train makes stops at Deep River, Chester and Hadlyme Station to pick up passengers. First Class seating offers indivdual leather back chairs and cash/cred card food and beverage service at your seat. Enjoy a sandwich and a warm bowl of soup, all made fresh right at the railroad. Coach seating offers padde back bench seating and the opportunity to walk to the onboard dining car for food and beverages purchases. Both First Class and Coash care are heated for winter comfort.
http://essexsteamtrain.com/seasonal-excursions/eagle-flyer/ 

 
Essex - Winter Wildlife Eagle Cruises
Posted on: 2017-02-07
What: Winter Wildlife Eagle Cruises
Where: Departs from the , Connecticut River Museum, 67 Main St., Essex, CT 06426
When: 2/3/2018 - 3/18/2018, various times
Come beat the winter doldrums and cabin fever! Bring your family and friends to enjoy the winter and to experience the beauty and solitude of the Connecticut River this special time of year. There is minimal human activity, and with no leaves on the trees, our wildlife viewing won't get any better. RiverQuest has teamed up with the Connecticut River Museum for our winter cruises. In February and March depart from the Connecticut River Museum dock at the end of Main Street, located in Essex. With this partnership, you not only get to enjoy the river and its wildlife from the water, but also the entire museum and their special Eagles of Essex exhibit.
As the river, lakes and ponds to our north freeze, Eagles and others make their way to the lower Connecticut River for their favorite food - FISH. Join us on this two hour "on-the-water" cruise to search for eagles and other winter wildlife. This is Mark and Mindy's 14th year providing these popular cruises and in the past we have spotted up to a record 41 eagles, three types of grebes, fox, three types of swans, three types of mergansers, golden eagle, coyote, deer, many hawk species, three types of seals, many different gulls, loons, and even a bobcat. We will have Naturalists on board to narrate and make sure you don't miss a thing!
RiverQuest has a heated cabin, but we suggest that you dress in warm layers since the best views will be from the open decks. Don't forget your camera and binoculars! No binoculars? No worries, we have plenty on board for you to borrow! We will also provide complimentary coffee and tea. 

 
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