KELP ME OUT HERE! – THE HISTORY, USES, FUTURE, AND ECONOMIC IMPACT OF KELP AND SEAWEED IN NEW ENGLAND

United Theater 5 Canal St, Westerly, RI

Please join us at the UNITED Table for the next event in our series with Eating With the Ecosystem as they host a panel and tasting event showcasing Kelp – a type of seaweed that has long been integral to New England’s coastal ecosystems and communities. In recent years, kelp farming has emerged as a […]

$20

“A Story Unfinished: Walk for Suicide Prevention,”: Sponsored by Mitchell College Students

Mitchell College Duques Academic Success Center 437 Pequot Ave, New London

“A Story Unfinished: Walk for Suicide Prevention,” will be sponsored by Mitchell College students on Sunday, April 14.Many of those involved are seniors and will come together for the fourth year, after starting this walk in memory of their friend from Freshman year, Max Goldberg, and other close, hard losses that occurred in the same timeframe. […]

Saturdays at the Stonington Village Farmers’ Market

Stonington Village Farmers' Market The Velvet Mill, 22 Bayview Avenue, Stonington

About the Farmer's Market The Stonington Farmers’ Market began in 1997 under the initiative of Geoffrey Little. The enormously popular market attracts residents from the Borough and surrounding communities who come to buy fresh, healthy, local food. In 2008 the Stonington Farmers’ Market became a year-round event, moving inside during the winter months. For more […]

Greenwich Earth Day Cleanup: Mianus River

Get involved and give back to your local community on Earth Day! Link up with Trout Unlimited and friends to clean up the Mianus River in Greenwich along River Road. We'll get things started at 10 am - look for the big blue TU tent! There should be plenty of parking on the pull offs […]

Wilton Earth Day Cleanup: Schenck’s Island Park

Schenck's Island Park 202 Old Ridgefield Road, Wilton

Get involved and give back to your community on Earth Day! Link up with Trout Unlimited and friends to clean up the Norwalk River at Schenck's Island Park. Volunteers will split up into teams to scout for garbage along the banks, and cut back vines and invasive plants. We'll have all the stuff you need […]

Norwalk Earth Day Cleanup: Silvermine River

Join Trout Unlimited and friends for a cleanup of the Silvermine River in Norwalk at the Silvermine Elementary School. We'll provide all the stuff you need like waters, snacks, gloves and trash bags. Bring a reusable water bottle! For more information

Earth Day Expo at The Groton Public Library

Groton Public Library 52 Newtown Road, Groton

Invest in our planet. Join community organizations as we celebrate Earth Day and raise awareness of climate change, and give the community resources it needs to live more sustainably. This community event features a variety of vendors and organizations who support sustainable living as well as speakers throughout the day. Speakers: Stephanie Draus Mauro Diaz-Hernandez Jason […]

Groton Earth Day Expo: Sustainable Seafood Snacks at Groton Public Library

Groton Public Library 52 Newtown Road, Groton

The shipwright’s Daughter is teaming up with Eating with the ecosystem, Greencrab.org, Stonington Kelp Company and the Sugar Kelp Cooperative for the Second annual Groton Earth Day Expo! throughout the day, James Beard Finalist, Chef David Standridge will BE Serving up sustainable seafood poke bowls, kelp popcorn and offering cooking demos demonstrating simple techniques for […]

Stamford Acoustic Music Circle

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church 1231 Washington Blvd, Stamford

Hey fellow musicians! I’m Larissa and I’m the new organizer of the Acoustic Circle! Let’s keep this group going! I look forward to meeting you and making music together. The Greenwich Acoustic Music Circle (GAMC) is a monthly play/sing along jam for those interested in playing and singing acoustic rock.  We welcome people at INTERMEDIATE […]

$10

In Community: A Conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones at The District Music Hall

District Music Hall 71 Wall Street, Norwalk

Join us May 2 for an “In Community: A Conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones” distinguished New York Times Magazine domestic correspondent and creator of The 1619 Project. Produced in partnership with The Equity Lab, powered by Fairfield County’s Community Foundation (FCCF) and Connecticut Public, the program will explore many of the themes Hannah-Jones explores in her work for The New York Times Magazine, as producer of […]

$20 – $50

The Lyme Art Association: Sea & Sky Soiree

Lyme Art Association 90 Lyme Street, Old Lyme

On Friday, May 3rd from 6:00 – 8:30 pm, the Lyme Art Association is welcoming Spring with a fun-filled cocktail party to celebrate the beauty of Old Lyme’s “American Giverny”, beloved of artists and our entire community! This very special evening will feature: Hors d’oeuvres by Flanders Fish Market “Dueling Painters” featuring Howard Park & […]

The 87th Dogwood Festival: Fairfield

Greenfield Hill Congregational Church 1045 Old Academy Road, Fairfield

May 11-12, 2024! Crafts Fair (and more!): Dozens of New England vendors offering jewelry, accessories, hand-crafted items, photography, artisanal foods and so much more! INTERESTED CRAFTERS: CLICK HERE FOR OUR 2024 CRAFTER APPLICATION! Children’s Crafts and games: Fun crafts to create, games to play, and a bounce house too! Located on the church playground. Live Music: A wonderful […]