Arts & Culture
Human kind has only one home, and like every home, it needs a spring cleaning and a sprucing up. Earth Day, April 22, was created to do just that, and around the country and around the world people mark it by cleaning up green spaces and making more spaces green.
The days leading up to Easter Sunday are packed with events in honor of the Bunny and his chocolate eggs – or at least that is how things seem to shape up every Easter in Connecticut. This year is no different, with Easter egg hunts, train rides with the Easter Bunny and fairs for children.
From light-hearted musical love stories to biting political satires, and from classic comedies of manners to world premiere historical dramas, Connecticut’s stages have it all this spring.
Connecticut is a very Irish state, especially on St. Patrick’s Day. Get out and celebrate with these events.
No experience is required to enjoy a night of painting and drinking with friends. Local art studios host paint and sip classes for adults to enjoy a night out or host a private party.
Tap into your creative side with a sketching class at one of these Connecticut locations.
Valentine’s Day is for lovers, and what better way to get in the mood than a night of romance at the theater?
Local art walks are a unique opportunity for both local artists and art lovers. Here are some of the best art walks in the state to put on your radar.
From fundraisers to cultural events, here are the best ways to celebrate King’s holiday in the state this year.
From Christmas favorites to Broadway blockbusters, and from dark Bergman drama to some lighter fare, the Connecticut theater scene has much to offer from late December through February.