July 20 – 26

Welcome to the last full week of July! Below we have highlighted what to do over the next week in Hartford County! Check back often as we update daily.

Monday, July 20 – Wednesday, July 22:

Monday – Tuesday at 7:05pm and Wednesday at 12:05pm: New Britain Rock Cats vs Binghamton Mets

Monday, July 20:

$5 Craft

Mondays (until 7/27) from 10am – 12pm: Passport to Imagination: Fringed Bell Anklet Join us in our store classrooms on an imaginary seven-week road trip from the beach to the county fair and beyond, with fun kids’ crafts at each stop. $5 per session or $12 for three sessions. Michael’s locations.

Monday from 1 – 1:45pm: Yoga Demo This class is a blend of yoga-inspired movement, songs, baby play, and massage especially for newborn to pre-crawling babies as well as gentle yoga for parents. Join Imagine Studio teachers Miss Karla & Miss Courtney for these free Baby & Toddler Yoga classes as part of their ChildLight Yoga Baby & Toddler certification. You will be asked to fill out a short survey at the end of each class. Imagine STudio, West Hartford.

Monday from 2 – 3pm: Crafts & Popsicles: Beat the heat and bring the kiddos to create some fun summer crafts, and enjoy a cool treat! Must sign up with customer service to hold spot, space is limited! Free. Whole Foods; Bishops Corner, West Hartford.

Tuesday, July 21 – Wednesday, July 22:

Tuesdays – Wednesdays (until 8/19) at 10am: Free Summer Movies: Penguins of Madagascar. Bowtie Cinemas offers free movies for kids. Seating limited to theatre capacity, tickets issued on a first come, first serve basis. Free for kids. Bowtie Cinemas, Hartford.

Tuesday, July 21 – Thursday, July 23:

Tuesdays – Thursdays (until 8/27) at 10am: Free Summer Movies: Penguins of Madagascar open at 9am. Seating is available on a first come, first serve basis. Free. Spotlight Theatres, Hartford.

Tuesday, July 21:

Tuesday from 10am – 12pm: Bounty of Blueberries On July 21st we will be offering a Bounty of Blueberries Program in our Farm To Table Studio. Children will learn all about this nutritious fruit, and enjoy creating and tasty some yummy recipes. The program is included with museum admission, the program will be held at 10:00 and 11:00am. This program is presented by the Bristol Pediatric Center, a participating practice of ProHealth Physicians. Check out our new Soda Fountain menu and our featured blueberry special of the day! Imagine Nation Musuem, Bristol.

Tuesdays (until 8/18) from 1 – 3pm: Join us this summer at the Noah Webster House for a Bookworm Adventure workshop where children explore language and literacy through storytelling, the use of a felt board to illustrate what they have learned, and activities that will make the story come to life. This is a teacher-led program using Noah Webster’s House, the Museum, and our hands-on discovery space to inspire children to love to read at this critical stage of learning! Children must be toilet trained. Ages 3–6. Noah Webster House, West Hartford.

Tuesday from 5 – 8pm: Please join us for an evening discussion on the future of the Butler – Mc Cook House & Garden and Connecticut Landmarks place in the Hartford community. Amos Bull House, Hartford.

Tuesdays (until 8/18) from 6 – 8pm: Kid’s Entertainment Series featuring Bryson Lang. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy an evening of free entertainment. All ages are welcome! Rain location. Free. Community Pavilion, Plantsville.

Tuesdays (until 7/22) at 6:30pm: Keeney Kooler Concerts: Number Nine Bring your lawn chair, blanket and a snack to enjoy live music on a summer evening. In case of rain, concerts will be held in the Keeney Ballroom. Free. Keeney Memorial Cultural Center, Wethersfield.

Tuesday at 6:30pm: Art Night A ballpark painting session will take place in one of our private picnic areas, and feature personalized painting instruction from artist & local gallery owner Bri Dilla of Art Lab. All painting materials are included in the $40 Art Night package, as well as one complimentary drink voucher, reserved level seats to use after the session has completed, and satisfaction of leaving the ballpark with a unique and personally-customized souvenir! Space is limited, reserve your spot.

Tuesday from 6:30 – 7:15pm: Free Outdoor Yoga Join Imagine Studio and West Hartford Art League in outdoor family yoga. Instructors will guide families through an all levels, all ages outdoor yoga class on the beautiful ground of West Hartford Art League. Bring a mat, blanket or towel to practice on. Free. West Hartford Art League, West Hartford.

Tuesday at 7pm: “The Millionaire and the Bard: Henry Folger’s Obsessive Hunt for Shakespeare’s First Folio” with author Andrea Mays The Millionaire and the Bard tells the miraculous and romantic story of the making of the First Folio, and of the American industrialist whose thrilling pursuit of the book became a lifelong obsession. The Millionaire and the Bard is a literary detective story, the tale of two mysterious men—a brilliant author and his obsessive collector—separated by space and time. It is a tale of two cities—Elizabethan and Jacobean London and Gilded Age New York. It is a chronicle of two worlds—of art and commerce—that unfolded an ocean and three centuries apart. And it is the thrilling tale of the luminous book that saved the name of William Shakespeare “to the last syllable of recorded time.” This program will be moderated by Matthew Waterhouse. Matthew is a professional actor and writer. This is a free event. Reservations are recommended. The Mark Twain House & Museum, Hartford.

Tuesdays (until 8/18) from 7 – 8:30pm: Outdoor Concerts: Country Bristol Parks and Recreation invite families and people of all ages to come out and enjoy the wide variety of music offered each week! There are plenty of seats at the amphitheater but we encourage you to bring lawn chairs, a blanket and snacks to enjoy a picnic in the park to the backdrop of amazing bands. Free. Rockwell Park Amphitheatre, Bristol.

Wednesday, July 22 – Friday, July 24:

Wednesdays – Fridays (until 8/7) from 9 – 10:30am: Interactive Storytelling Join us at Apple Camp for three-day workshops where kids ages 8 to 12 bring their imaginations to life. They’ll learn to make movies or create interactive books complete with their own illustrations and sound effects. And each workshop ends with the Apple Camp Showcase so campers can share their finished projects. Register online. Space is limited. The Apple Store, West Farms Mall; Farmington.

Wednesdays – Fridays (until 8/7) from 11am – 12:30pm: Stories in Motion Join us at Apple Camp for three-day workshops where kids ages 8 to 12 bring their imaginations to life. They’ll learn to make movies or create interactive books complete with their own illustrations and sound effects. And each workshop ends with the Apple Camp Showcase so campers can share their finished projects. Bring a digital camera or digital video camera if you’re coming to the Stories in Motion with iMovie workshop. If you don’t have your own, we can provide one. Register online. Space is limited. The Apple Store, West Farms Mall; Farmington.

Wednesday, July 22 – Sunday, July 26:

Wednesday – Thursday at 7:30pm, Friday – Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 2pm: HAIR puts rock music and the culture that went with it on stage. The show has a strong effect on everyone, and acts as a bridge between generations and viewpoints. What looks like incredible chaos is actually organized chaos. Phenomenal musical numbers include Aquarius, Good Morning Starshine, I Believe in Love, Hair, I Got Life and What a Piece of Work is Man. This show has a vitality, a timelessness and a meaning that outlives the late 1960’s and early 1970’s in America. Winner of the Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical. Recommended for ages 16 and up due to strong language, nudity and drug use. Tickets start at $15. Sunday is Talk Back with the Cast after the show. Playhouse on Park, West Hartford.

Wednesday, July 22:

Michaels Wednesday
$5 Crafts

Wednesdays (until 7/29) from 10am – 12pm: Passport to Imagination: Pinch Pot Monster Join us in our store classrooms on an imaginary seven-week road trip from the beach to the county fair and beyond, with fun kids’ crafts at each stop. $5 per session or $12 for three sessions. Michael’s locations.

Wednesday from 1 – 1:45pm: Yoga Demo This is a supportive, fun-loving, and active yoga class for crawling babies to 2 year old toddlers and their parent/caregiver. This class is all about your new mover. Crawlers and walkers learn poses, songs, and games while they explore new movement and social skills. Free but you will be asked to fill out a short survey at the end of each class. Imagine Studio, West Hartford.

Wednesdays (until 7/29) from 2 – 3pm: Story and Craft at the Museum Beat the heat this summer with story-time at the Connecticut Historical Society! Children will listen to a reading of Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? and make an Eric Carle-themed craft to take home. After the program, try out the hands-on activities in the museum galleries. Children 5 and under and Connecticut Historical Society members are free. Connecticut Historical Society Museum & Library, Hartford.

Wednesday from 2 – 3pm: Free Kids Cooking Class: Italian with a Healthy Twist Healthy Eating Specialist Jaime will help kids create an amazing veggie pizza, learn to make veggie “pasta” and banana gelato! Space is limited, please sign up with Customer Service to hold your spot! Free. Whole Foods; Bishops Corner, West Hartford.

Wednesdays (until 8/12) at 6:30pm: Fun Runs These runs are a great way for the whole family to keep in shape! We offer two course lengths: a traditional 5k (3.1 miles) and a shorter 3k (about 2 miles) for younger kids and beginners. Both races are free. Participants under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to sign the program waiver. Cross Country Trails (behind John Wallace Middle School), Newington.

Wednesdays (until 8/12) from 6:30 – 8pm: Summer Concerts Raindate: Thursday night. Elizabeth Park, West Hartford.

Wednesday from 7 – 10pm: Outdoor Movie: Apollo 13 Inspired by the Space Suit displayed in the exhibit, we’ll take our own trip to the Moon with Tom Hanks in this classic tale of space adventure. Rated PG. Join us on the lawn, and bring a picnic. Come early for free admission to Connecticut: 50 Objects/50 Stories at 7:00 pm. The movie will start at dusk. Raindate is Wednesday, July 22. Admission is free. Connecticut Historical Society Museum & Library, Hartford.

Wednesday from 7:30 – 8:45pm: Wednesday Evening Walks provide a relaxing end to a busy summer day and an opportunity to observe a wide range of animals that become more active in the cooler evenings. In past years we’ve seen and heard a wide range of creatures on our evening walks. What will we find this summer?! Long sleeves, a flashlight and insect repellent are recommended. Adults $6, children $3. Roaring Brook Nature Center, Canton.

Thursday, July 23 – Sunday, July 26:

Thursday – Saturday at 7:05pm and Sunday at 1:35pm: New Britain Rock Cats vs Reading Fightin Phils

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{Parents Time Out} Paint Nights Thursday from 7:30 – 10pm, Saturday – Sunday from 7 – 9:30pm, Sunday from 5 – 7:30pm: Thursday: Poppies Friday: Rainbow Tree, Saturday: Beach Cottage, Sunday: Spring River. Perfect for when your flying solo, girls night out or couples night out. If you have a few friends, include a note when you register to reserve a table or seating together. $25–$40 per painter. Scene Art Bar, Unionville. Savings Alert: Book your August paint session by July 31st and save 20% on all adult public painting sessions just enter promo code AUGOFFER20.

Thursdays through Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays (until 8/9) at 5:30pm: Greater Hartford Shakespeare Festival production of Romeo and Juliet Capital Classics Theatre Company celebrates its 25th anniversary season with a new festival name and the staging of Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare’s tragic tale of two star-crossed lovers), which will run for three weekends, outdoors on the grounds of the University of Saint Joseph. Shakespeare’s classic romantic tragedy is set “in a world where violence is a virtue and cruelty is currency, and where two loving souls find hope in each other and desperately try to survive,” said Director Geoffrey Sheehan about the play. The Greater Hartford Shakespeare Festival will also feature pre-show entertainment, including the Elizabethan Consort, lectures by local professors and more. Plus, on Thursday nights, the Festival will feature its Youth in Community Arts program with pre-show performances by local student arts organizations. Tickets can always be purchased without reservations at the box office starting 60 minutes before our shows. Be sure to bring your blanket and picnic basket to really enjoy the outdoor experience. Snacks and drinks are also on sale before each performance and during the intermission. Shows will always go on – rain or shine. If it rains, before or during the performance, the show will be moved inside the University’s Hoffman Auditorium. Tickets: $15 Adult, $10 Student, $10 Military.

Thursday, July 23:

Thursday, July 23rd is National Hod Dog Day!

Thursdays (until 8/20) from 1 – 3pm: Join us this summer at the Noah Webster House for a Bookworm Adventure workshop where children explore language and literacy through storytelling, the use of a felt board to illustrate what they have learned, and activities that will make the story come to life. This is a teacher-led program using Noah Webster’s House, the Museum, and our hands-on discovery space to inspire children to love to read at this critical stage of learning! Children must be toilet trained. Ages 3–6. Noah Webster House, West Hartford.

Thursday from 2 – 2:45pm: Frogs & Friends – Animal Demonstration Find out about the secretive lifestyles of frogs, toads and salamanders. Program features live and mounted animals and a brief power point presentation. Cost: $4 children, $6 adults. Roaring Brook Nature Center, Canton.

Thursday from 5 – 7pm: Free Mini-Facials by Shamanuti! Enjoy a free facial for a mid-summer treat for yourself! Each session should take 20 minutes. By appointment only, please sign up at customer service. First come, first serve! Free. Whole Foods; Bishops Corner, West Hartford.

Thursdays from 6 – 8pm: East Hartford Sounds of Summer Concert The Town of East Hartford Parks and Recreation Department brings the Sounds of Summer Concerts to East Hartford’s Great River Park amphitheater this summer. Grab a blanket or lawn chair, pack a picnic and watch the river roll by as you enjoy live music in this family-friendly atmosphere. Rain location: East Hartford Community Cultural Center. Great River Park, East Hartford.

Thursdays (until 8/27) from 6:30 – 8:30pm: Summer Concerts Windsor Town Green, Windsor.

Thursdays (until 8/6) at 7pm: Concerts on the Green Bloomfield Town Green (across from town hall), Bloomfield.

Friday, July 25 – Saturday, July 26:

Friday – Saturday from 6 – 9pm: Graveyard Shift Ghost Tours The Mark Twain House has been featured on Syfy Channel’s Ghost Hunters and the Biography Channel’s My Ghost Story. On these tours participants will hear about these investigations — and learn about Mark Twain’s own interest in the supernatural. Filled with haunted history, dark tales and Victorian traditions surrounding seances and spiritualism. Tickets $15-22. The Mark Twain House & Museum, Hartford.

Fridays – Saturdays at 8pm (until 9/5): I Left my Heart A jazzy new musical revue tribute to the man Sinatra called “the greatest singer in the world,” Tony Bennett. Go wild over the four decades of music that Bennett recorded, from his early top-40 hits, jazz recordings with Basie, Stan Getz, and Bill Evans, to his torch songs, film scores, all the way to his now infamous MTV unplugged, which introduced him to a whole new generation of listeners. I Left my Heart promises to be an unforgettable walk down memory lane, and a don’t miss for anyone who ever loved the music of George and Ira Gershwin, Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer, Duke Ellington, Irving Berlin, Rogers and Hart, or Cole Porter! A thrilling score of 40 standards all recorded by Bennett, including “Stranger In Paradise,” “Top Hat, White Tie And Tails,” “The Best Is Yet To Come,” “The Good Life,” “Rags To Riches,” and his best-known hit, “I Left My Heart In San Francisco.” Bring your own beverages and food. No performances 8/14-15. $30 per ticket. Connecticut Cabaret Theatre, Berlin.

Friday, July 24 – Sunday, July 26:

Friday – Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 2pm: The Wizard of Oz: Young Performers Edition Join us over the rainbow with Dorothy and Toto as they meet the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion on the Yellow Brick Road and go off to see the Wonderful Wizard of Oz to find Dorothy a way home all while battling against the Wicked Witch of the West for her sister’s ruby slippers! Based on the 1939 blockbuster film, The Wizard of Oz: Young Performers Edition is a slightly shortened adaptation for young performers and audiences. $15 per adults, $13 per child. Enter to win our giveaway for a family four pack of tickets to see this show. NBYT at Holmes Elementary School, New Britain.

{Parents Time Out} Fridays at 8pm, Saturdays at 2:30pm and 8pm and Sundays at 2:30pm (until 8/23): I’ll Eat You Last: A Chat with Sue Mengers For more than 20 years, Hollywood “superagent” Sue Mengers’ clients were the talk of the town – Barbra Streisand, Faye Dunaway and Burt Reynolds to name a few. In this funny new play, Sue invites you into her Beverly Hills home for an evening of dish and all the inside showbiz stories that only she could tell. More names will be dropped and secrets divulged as this wickedly brash woman reveals how she went from a non-English speaking Jewish immigrant to a film industry powerbroker. It was a fabulous career … while it lasted. Saturday Matinee is free for students, faculty and staff. Tuesdays (8/4-8/18) is Talk Back Tuesdays. Wednesday, 8/5 is pay what you can pay day. Theaterworks, Hartford.

Friday, July 24:

Michaels Friday

Fridays (until 7/31) from 10am – 12pm: Passport to Imagination: Join us in our store classrooms on an imaginary seven-week road trip from the beach to the county fair and beyond, with fun kids’ crafts at each stop. $5 per session or $12 for three sessions. Michael’s locations.

Friday at 1:30 and 6:30pm: Seussical Jr Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, families and friends for live musical theater performances. In case of inclement weather, performances will be moved to Nathan Hale School. Free. Center Memorial Park, Manchester.

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Family Fun Night

Friday from 3 – 5pm: Family Fun Night Pack up your pirate gear, chairs, blankets, and some grub if you like! Join us for some merry making as part of our special guest performers, the Picaroon Princess Crew! We’ll sing songs as we sail the high seas alongside the captain, first mate and purser. Grub will also be available to purchase from food trucks parked on site. $10 per family (up to 4) $3 per additional person. Museum admission is not included. RSVP. Members and children under 1 are free. Imagine Nation, Bristol.

Friday from 4:30 – 7:30pm: Summer Fun Day in the Park Lancaster Park, Windsor.

{Parents Time Out} Fridays from 6:30 – 9:30pm: Outdoor Movie: Rocky Horror Rated R. Free. Pope Park, Hartford.

Fridays (until 8/26) from 7 – 9pm: Summer Concert Series Manchester Band Shell, Manchester.

Friday at 7:30pm: Outdoor Concert: The Music of Queen Get ready to dance to the disco hits of the 1970s – complete with bell-bottoms, big hair, wild polyester suits, and some of the coolest platform shoes this side of the Milky Way. It’s a feel-good musical extravaganza conducted by Hartford Symphony Orchestra Music Director Carolyn Kuan! Raindate: 7/25. Performing Arts Center at Simsbury Meadows, Simsbury. Click here to enter our giveaway for a family four pack of tickets to see this final performance.

Friday at 8pm: SL Benefica vs. ACF Fiorentina will face off as part of the 2015 International Champions Cup North America. Parking is $20, cash only. Lots open at 5pm, gates will open at 6:30pm. Tickets $ 32 and up. Click here to enter our giveaway to win a family four pack of tickets to the game. Rentschler Field, East Hartford.

Saturday, July 25:

Saturday from 8 – 9:15am: Yoga in the Street West Hartford Yoga is bringing yoga to the street! Join Barbara Ruzansky, owner of West Hartford Yoga, as she leads a 75-minute yoga class for all-levels on LaSalle Road in West Hartford center. Last year a thousand people turned out for this joyous community event—come be a part of the fun this year! Join us to celebrate yoga in the community! Rain date August 8th. No registration required. Please arrive at least 15 minutes early to secure your space!

Saturday starting at 9am: Saturday at 9am: Collinsville Hot Join your family and friends in Collinsville on Saturday, July 25, for a sizzling day of entertainment, artisans, food and children’s activities capped by a spectacular water fire display! Start at 9 a.m. with an outdoor Yoga class. Shop our Artisans Fair, starting at 10am. Watch the Chalk Walk art competition. Artists: Win $250 in our Chalk Walk competition! Enjoy 20 performers on two stages starting at 11am.

Saturdays at 10am: Kids Cooking Class: DIY Ice Cream Sandwiches This summer, impress your friends by whipping up ice cream sandwiches from scratch! We’ll show you how to make the outside layer-our delicious brownies and cookies-and then the delicious ice cream filling and toppings. Suitable for ages 5-13. Call to reserve your spot. Free. Williams-Sonoma locations.

Saturday at 10am: Hawkeye’s Quinjet Hawkeye never misses and your child won’t want to miss this clinic! Bring your child to Lowe’s to build this Quinjet as part of our Marvel’s Avengers Assemble” Summer! Don’t miss Avengers Assemble Sunday Mornings on Disney XD! Free. Lowe’s Home Improvement locations.

Saturday at 10am: A Walking Tour of Cedar Hill Cemetery with Steve Courtney Our annual collaboration with the Cedar Hill Cemetery Foundation explores Hartford’s extraordinary Victorian burial ground, an outdoor museum of the Gilded Age. While Mark Twain is buried in Elmira, N.Y., many of his Hartford friends and associates found their final resting place in Cedar Hill’s beautiful grounds. On this hour-and-a-half walking tour, hear the extraordinary stories of some brilliant individuals, some feisty characters and a crank or two. Featured “residents” will include Reverend Joseph Hopkins Twichell, Charles Dudley Warner and Isabella Beecher Hooker. $5 per person. Cedar Hill Cemetery, Hartford.

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$2 Crafts

Saturdays from 10am – 12pm: Kids Club: Button Frame Drop in and take home a completed project. Just $2 per child for 30 minutes of creative craft fun. Ages 3 and up. $2 per child, Michaels locations.

Saturday from 12 – 2pm: Free Local Sampling We love Local! Join us for some free sampling as we showcase our favorite local companies! Free. Whole Foods; Bishops Corner, West Hartford.

Saturday from 1 – 2:45pm: CFPA Ramble: Highland Park History Hike Come learn about the history of the Highland Park area and the Case Brothers National Historic District while visiting properties protected by the Manchester Land Conservation Trust. Starting at the trailhead on Spring Street, we will plan to hike 1.5 miles, but depending on the participants’ interest we may make the bumpy and steep hike to the summit of Case Mountain. Be sure to bring water and consider sun-screen and bug repellent. Wear sturdy sneakers or hiking boots. No dogs, please. Extreme weather canceles. Free. Case Mountain Trails, Manchester.

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Back to School

Saturday from 1 – 4pm: Make It with Michaels: Maker Party Craft Pinterest inspired projects perfect for Back To School. Free with the cost of supplies. Michaels location.

Saturday from 2 – 6pm: Car Show July proceeds will go to CT Fisher House for Veterans—providing “a home away from home” for families of patients receiving medical care at major military and VA medical centers. Admission is free but donations are welcome! 50/50 raffle, DJ entertainment, food, cars and fun! Pleasant Valley Drive-In, Barkhamsted.

Saturdays (until 8/22) from 6 – 8pm: Outdoor Movie: Planes: Fire & Rescue Come early for pre-show entertainment from 6–8pm. The movies starts at sunset. Rated G and run time 103 minutes. Free. The Shoppes at Farmington Valley, Canton.

Saturday at 6:30pm: 1st Farm to Table Dinner Republic, one of the region’s finest restaurants, is presenting a very special dinner to benefit the 4-H Education Center at Auerfarm! Please take a look at the exceptional menu in the above link and call Republic at (860) 216-5852 for reservations. All the profits from the $140 dinner come to Auerfarm. Auer Farm, Bloomfield.

Saturday from 6:30 – 8pm: Summer Performance featuring Connecticut Ballet Summer Dance Company Raindate: 7/26 Elizabeth Park, West Hartford.

Sunday, July 26:

Sundays at 1pm: Technique Class: Non-stick Cooking Food that is perfectly sautéed boasts a crisp interior and juicy interior. We’ll show you how to achieve both using a nonstick pan, cooking everything from the most delicate fish to seasonal vegetables. Class times vary by store location. Call to reserve your spot. Free. Williams-Sonoma locations.

Sunday from 1 – 3pm: Inside/Out: Drawing at the Art Gallery Inspired by the landscapes in our current exhibition Shin Hanga Landscapes: 20th Century Japanese Prints, this Sunday afternoon program of drawing in the Art Gallery, will explore techniques for rendering landscape. Led by artist Scott Nikola, participants will look at selected pieces of artwork and compose their own landscape drawings. Weather permitting, part of this class will take place outdoors. Participants should bring compressed charcoal and/or pencils as well as a 16 x 22 inch pad of charcoal drawing paper. Cost is $15 per person and advance registration is required. Art Gallery, West Hartford.

Sunday from 3 – 7pm: Local Indie Market Come and meet, shop and support local and hidden talent. Harvest Country Store, West Hartford.

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