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An event with Jane Dyer, the author and illustrator with Mem Fox of Roly Poly, will be offered Saturday, Feb. 29 from 11 a.m. to noon at Breakwater Books, 81 Whitfield Street, Guilford.
Richard L. Taylor, Jr., master wildlife conservationist, will present a program at Henry Carter Hull Library on Connecticut’s bobcats on Thursday, March 20 at 6 p.m. at the Henry Carter Hull Library, 10 Killingworth Turnpike, Clinton
Jazz vocalist Jane Monheit will bring her act to The Kate on Thursday, Feb. 20 at 7:30 p.m.Monheit puts her...
Phil Klein will present a kind methodology for gaining your dog’s cooperation based on its instincts on Saturday, Feb. 22 at 1:30 p.m. at the Essex Library, 33 West Avenue, Essex.
An annual award for young adults who have faced challenges while working toward a personal goal is being offered by A Little Compassion, Inc., an area non-profit that works to change the lives of individuals with autism, intellectual, and developmental disabilities.
A series of classes, Essential Skills for Teens, is being offered in March in Old Saybrook. Some of the classes are...
The Guilford Performing Arts Festival, which will be offered once again in 2021, is seeking volunteers to help put...
One-Woman Play Explores ‘What Happens When We Turn Around and Look Back Before Moving Forward.’
The classics are alive and well on stage in Connecticut this season.
The central question in Lifespan of a Fact, which is getting a magnificent production at TheaterWorks in Hartford through Sunday, March 8, is: Do verifiable facts tell the real story?
Change is messy, scary, and unpredictable. It’s also inevitable, and, above all, worth it.
An opioid addiction crumbles the bond between two sisters, but when Mickey’s sister Kacey goes missing and women start showing up dead in Kacey’s neighborhood, Mickey has to dig deep into their past to access the courage she needs to find her sister.
This highly absorbing novel, about the boom-and-bust chaos caused by the prospects of fracking oil from the shale underneath the fictitious town of Yellow Earth, is told though many points of view with a captivating cast of characters.
A Place Called Hope, a rehabilitation and education center for birds of prey based on Pond Meadow Road in...
Local author Arno B. Zimmer will discuss his fifth book, The Severed Finger, a mystery novel set right off the coast ...
Yale Dean Mark Schenker will discuss two works by acclaimed novelist Toni Morrison in March and April at Guilford...