Here are some ways you can celebrate Star Wars Day in Connecticut this year. May the force be with you.
April is National Poetry Month, so bring on the sonnets, limericks and haikus and be prepared to be dazzled by cerebral creativity in Connecticut.
Spring is in the air and what better way to celebrate the season than with a festival of art, music and good times.
Women’s History Month (March) is a time to celebrate the contributions, bravery, suffrage and historic fight that women have endured across the centuries. Connecticut is rich in history and women’s history is no exception. From the American Revolution to today, women have inspired generations of people to stand up, fight, reform, comfort, nurture and excel in business. It’s time to explore women’s history in Connecticut.
Whether you prefer a large venue such as the MGM Theater at Foxwoods, a classic urban comedy club in a basement or a Litchfield County dinner theater, there are plenty of places across the state of Connecticut to tickle your funny bone. Here are some of the best places in the Nutmeg State.
Getting patriotic for Presidents Day in Connecticut is no more than a stone’s throw, regardless of where you live in the Constitution State. Discover new historical places and rekindle your love for our country. From Fairfield to Danbury and Hartford to Ansonia, Connecticut is rich in American and presidential history.
Whether you are madly in love or just playing with fire this Valentine’s Day, a night out to see a show is always something to love. Dance, drama, classical music, side-splitting comedy; it’s all here. So whether you are looking to score cupid points, looking for laughs or just out with friends for an anti-Valentine’s night on the town, here are some shows in Connecticut that you can count on this Valentine’s Day weekend.
On January 20, the second inauguration of Barack Obama will officially occur at the White House, but January 21 will have all the pomp and circumstance. Here are a few things you can do in Connecticut to get into the spirit of the American presidency.
Traveling across Connecticut, you are constantly reminded of the Native American historical roots of the area, which was once home to at least 17 tribes. November is Native American Heritage Month and is both a reminder of who lived on the land before Europeans got here and an opportunity to better understand those people and their history. Here are a few ways to celebrate and honor this heritage.
Hartford boasts some bizarre art. Take a look at the following works to see how funky some artists get.