Movies in the Plaza at Pitkin Park

Movies in the Plaza is back, bringing you free Wednesday night (and now select Sunday afternoon) movie screenings May through October in downtown New Haven’s beloved Pitkin Plaza! Grab your lawn chairs, picnic blankets and some takeout from a local spot, and spend an evening under the stars enjoying blockbusters, nostalgic blasts from the past, cult favorites, family films for all ages, and more. June 12 - The Parent Trap June 19 - Selma June 26 - Pride and Prejudice July 3 - NO MOVIE July 10 - Mama Mia July 17 - Peanut Butter Falcon July 24 - Jaws July 31 - Galaxy Quest Family films will be shown on Select Sundays: June 9 - Shrek June 23 - The Incredibles July 21 - Monsters Inc. August 4 - The Lego Movie August 18 - The Secret Life of Pets 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


Foundation: 2nd Annual Rosé Extravaganza: Wine Tasting Class with Spencer and Lynn

Spencer and Lynn 17 West Main Street, Mystic

Over the past four years we have pushed in many different directions, in order to bring an entirely new perspective on wine for our local area. It is easy to forget the building blocks of wine education, and for this spring we are returning to them. Each class will focus on a specific variety, and explore where worldwide it is grown and vinified. We will start with the "International Varieties" so that we can showcase grapes that are almost common all over the world. Variation is what makes wine interesting so we will show you as many different styles of the same grape as we can. We thank all of our new attendees to our classes for reminding us that we need to get back to building a foundation. To repeat from last year : " If you don't like rosé this might be the one to skip." This class will be held in Mystic For more information


Old State House: Farmers Market: Tuesdays and Fridays

Connecticut’s Old State House 800 Main St, Hartford

EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY | JUNE 21 – OCTOBER 11, 2024 | 10AM – 2PM Come visit and shop local at our annual Farmers Market, one of the original open air markets in Connecticut! Our goal is to offer a variety of products from as many farmers and artisan vendors as possible. We are committed to offering a vibrant marketplace in downtown Hartford where local farmers and artisans can enjoy coming together with the community to share the best of what Connecticut has to offer. Connecticut’s Old State House Farmers Market runs from the first day of summer through mid-fall, ensuring that our patrons enjoy the ultimate seasonal variety for many months of the year! For more information

MICHAEL JORDAN’S STEAK HOUSE: Delicious Discussions with Kirsten Miller (Lula Dean’s Little Library of Banned Books)

Michael Jordan's Steakhouse 1 Mohegan Sun Blvd, Uncasville

Delicious Discussions: Author luncheon with Kirsten Miller (Lula Dean's Little Library of Banned Books) The provocative and hilarious summer read that will have book lovers cheering and everyone talking! Kirsten Miller, author of The Change, brings us a bracing, wildly entertaining satire about a small Southern town, a pitched battle over banned books, and a little lending library that changes everything. Tickets for this event are $45 and include an author talk and signing, a signed paperback copy of Lula Dean's Little Library of Banned Books, and a buffet lunch at Michael Jordan's Steakhouse at Mohegan Sun. This event requires pre-registration. Delicious Discussion Author Series is a partnership between Otis Library, Bank Square Books, and Michael Jordan's Steak House at Mohegan Sun. Sponsored by Guinan & Houle, LLP. For more information  


Pride and Prejudice. Meanwhile, at Longbourn at the Osborne Homestead Museum

Osborne Homestead Museum and Kellogg Estate gardens 500 Hawthorne Avenue, Derby

Join us June 21, 2024 for a second chance to see our new adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.  Meanwhile, at Longbourn at the Osborne Homestead Museum and Kellogg Estate gardens. Friday, June 21 2:00 p.m. - 5 spots remaining For more information

Summer Cocktails – TASTING: at The Study: Greenwich

The Study Fine Wine & Spirits 1071 North Street, Greenwich, CT

This glorious occasion is the perfect way to honor the mamas in our lives. Let's shake things up a bit with some zesty drinks that encourage big smiles, cannon balls and carefree lawn games. Jun 21, 2024 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM 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

Make Music Old Lyme!

Lyme Street Lyme Street, Old Lyme

A great tradition in Old Lyme! Every Summer Solstice (June 21) you will find Lyme Street alive with folks strolling the street and listening to local musicians. 2024 promises to be another exceptional year for Make Music Old Lyme! More than a dozen different performances take place along Lyme Street. Enjoy items from the Lions' Club Grille in front of Center School, and then stop by the Chocolate Shell or Nightingale's for a sweet treat! Make Music Old Lyme is a production of the Old Lyme Arts District and the MusicNow Foundation​. It is a part of Make Music Southeast Connecticut produced by the Cultural Coalition.  For more information

Make Music Fairfield!

Fairfield CT Main Street, Fairfield

WHAT IS MAKE MUSIC FAIRFIELD? Make Music Fairfield is Music Performed by Anyone, Enjoyed by Everyone. A Free Celebration Open to Anyone of Any Age, Skill Level and Musical Persuasion! WHEN IS IT HAPPENING? Friday, June 21st, 2024 WHERE IS IT HAPPENING? All over town!  Check back here frequently to find a list of participating venues and performers!  For more information

Summer Nights at Stone Acres Farm

Stone Acres Farm 393 North Main Street, Stonington

June 19 - August 31 Summer Nights Schedule: Wednesdays - Fridays, with occasional Saturday availability. Dine under the stars at the historic Stone Acres Farm. Explore the formal gardens and sprawling grounds and enjoy a multi course dinner curated by our 85th Day Culinary Team. Enjoy the bounty of the season featuring locally sourced vegetables, fish, pasture raised meats and artisan baked goods and cheeses. A boutique wine list, craft cocktails and local beer will be available. $78 per guest. Beverages, tax, & gratuity not included in ticket price. Reserved seatings beginning at 5PM. For more information


Under the Arches: Chamber Music Series at The Pequot Library: Elm City Consort

Pequot Library 720 Pequot Avenue, Fairfield

Friday, June 21 at 6:00pm | Elm City Consort This group of musicians in the New Haven area is dedicated to presenting imaginative and entertaining programs of Early Music. With more than 10 years of public performances, the Elm City Consort has developed a loyal and enthusiastic following among  music lovers in New Haven and beyond. This summer’s free, outdoor chamber music series will focus on Early Music, a term encompassing all choral and instrumental music stretching from the early Middle Ages through the Renaissance to the middle of the 17th century. This music is marked by beautiful, textured vocals and melodic harpsichords and lutes, and there is no better place to enjoy this beauty of sound than Pequot Library’s Great Lawn. In the case of inclement weather, concerts will take place in Pequot Library’s auditorium.