Black Rock Day 2024

Burroughs Community Center 2470 Fairfield Ave, Bridgeport

Black Rock Day will be held on Sunday, June 9th with a full schedule of events. The day will begin with The Run For The Rock at 9:00AM, and conclude with the festival at Ellsworth Field. Known as “The Best Small Parade in America”, the Black Rock Day Parade will begin at noon at the Burroughs Community Center and finish at Ellsworth Field. The following festival will include live music, food from local Black Rock restaurants, and plenty of activities for the kids. For more information

Farmer for the Evening: Heckscher Farm

Stamford Museum & Nature Center 39 Scofieldtown Road, Stamford

One of our most popular Nights Out returns! Join us to meet and greet our new spring babies, help to groom or walk some Farm animals, and make your own maple butter from scratch to take home! Participants will rotate through three different stations on Heckscher Farm to get a firsthand look at what our farmers do every day. Once you finish your chores, sit back and enjoy some light refreshments and a sweeping view of the Farm on our Overlook Terrace. Adults Only.   For more information

$25 – $30

Speakeasy Choir at United Theater : Join a singing ensemble for the night

United Theater 5 Canal St, Westerly, RI

This program is presented in partnership between The United Theatre and the Chorus of Westerly. In essence, Speakeasy Choir is a one night choir open to anyone. Guests will join a singing ensemble for the night and will learn a song with harmonies. At the end of the night, a grand performance of all guests will commence with support from the UNITED House Band (made up of instructors of the The UNITED Music School and other local musicians from Southeastern CT and Rhode Island).   All tickets include one specialty cocktail (virgin version also available). This month we will be learning and performing the song Ain’t No Mountain High Enough by Marvin Gaye! For more information


The Rainbow Beard Show at Possible Futures

Possible Futures 318 Edgewood Avenue, New Haven, CT

We're so excited to host The Rainbow Beard Show on June 15th at 2pm! In their own words: "'The Rainbow Beard Show' is an interactive experience hosted by Ricky Rainbow Beard that features puppets, games, stories, songs, and special guests through a comedic lens. Each new show is about a deep and simple theme and is written with kids ages 4-8 (and the grownups in their neighborhood) in mind. Together, we investigate our collective human experience through inquiry and play. In May/June 2024 we will be exploring LANGUAGES and the different forms they take such as spoken, written, body language, and images (i.e. emojis). Our guests include: a storyteller, a multilingual community organizer, and even a lawyer! We will ask questions such as: - What does it mean when we say language? - Which types of language do you use in your everyday life? - How can we speak each other’s languages? Remember to wear your dancing pants." For more information

Dads, Donuts, Trucks, Tractors and Hot Dogs! Father’s Day at Hein Farm

The Farm Truck at Hein Farm 303 Meadow Road, Farmington

Explore  the farm with Dad this Father's Day and enjoy donuts, coffee & hot dogs ! Dad and the family will also enjoy live music,  trucks & tractors on display and the ponds  will be open for fishing. Food Trucks include Happy Tails Coffee, The Dawg Tour Hot Dogs and Dude's Donut Truck For more information  

$14 – $44

23rd Annual Egg Rolls, Egg Creams, and Empanadas Street Festival: NYC

Museum At Eldridge Street Eldridge Street Between Canal and Division, NYC

Join us on Sunday, June 16, from 12:00 - 4:00 PM, for the Museum at Eldridge Street's 23rd annual Egg Rolls, Egg Creams, and Empanadas Street Festival, a unique and beloved summertime tradition on the Lower East Side. Celebrate the diverse cultures that give the Lower East Side and Chinatown its identity alongside talented artisans, stage and street performers, and visitors from near and far! Set in front of the Museum's landmark Eldridge Street Synagogue home, the festival takes over one block of Eldridge Street between Canal and Division Streets for a folklore fest unlike any other with a medley of Chinese, Jewish, and Puerto Rican tastes, sights, sounds, and crafts for people of all ages to enjoy! The street festival event is FREE and open to the public, and egg rolls, egg creams, and empanadas will be available for purchase. The Festival will take place on Eldridge Street between Division and Canal Streets. For more information

Floral Workshop at the Yellow Farmhouse

Yellow Farmhouse 389 N. Main Street, Stonington

June 20, 2024 Join our flower arranging workshop, where Stone Acres flower farmer Hannah Esterbrook and Yellow Farmhouse educator Sara Edlin will enrich your knowledge of flowers and teach you design principles that will give you the skills and confidence to create beautiful flower arrangements at home. Dive into the world of floral design and enjoy the company of fellow floral enthusiasts in the charming Stone Acres Farm greenhouse. For more information


River Jam Festival at Mystic Shipyard

Mystic Shipyard 100 Essex St, Mystic

June 21-22, 2024 The Mystic River Jam Festival is a Music Festival at Mystic Shipyard, June 21-22, 2024 showcasing music from rock to reggae, blues to country. 2024 LINEUP Friday, 6/21: The Pneumatics 4-4:45pm The Troublemakers 5-5:45pm Wooly Mammoth 6-7:45pm Mystic Dead 8-10pm Saturday, 6/22: The Subliminals 1-2pm The Decker Bandits 2:15-3:15pm Jeremiah Hazed 3:30-4:30pm Glaucoma Suspect  4:45-6pm Oblivious Fools 6:15-7:30pm Mystic Dead 8-10pm   For more information

$30 – $60

Party on the Plaza Hartford

Connecticut Science Center 250 Columbus Blvd., Hartford

🌞 THE OFFICIAL SUMMER KICKOFF EVENT Get ready to dive into summer fun at our annual Party on the Plaza! This is the ultimate family-friendly bash to kick off the season in style. Prepare for a day packed with lively activities and exciting attractions that’ll make your summer unforgettable. An extravaganza featuring giant inflatables, the hottest summer tunes, airbrush tattoos, interactive LIVE science demos, and classic carnival games. Plus, don’t miss a special appearance from Dillon (Hartford Athletics mascot), and princesses Ariel, Aurora, & Belle. And the best part? All this fun is included with your General Admission ticket or Science Center Membership. Come on down and let’s get this summer started with a bang! For more information

$20 – $28

The 7 Fingers: Duel Reality: Multimedia Performance at University Theater

University Theater 222 York Street, New Haven

All's fair in love and war. You won't want to miss this exhilarating performance with Montreal's renowned arts collective, the 7 Fingers. In "Duel Reality" they combine acrobatics, theater, dance, multimedia, music, and storytelling, and present human stories with superhuman skills. Stripping down circus spectacle to its thrilling essence, they breathe new life into Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Witness a lively arena where two groups collide in playful competition and fierce conflict, all while star-crossed lovers steal the show, proving that love triumphs, even amidst rivalry. Don't miss this thrilling blend of acrobatics and emotion!

$48 – $90