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Litchfield June Events

Litchfield June Events

Summer is almost here. Enjoy these June events including art workshops, garden tours, car shows and more. 

June 1

Art Workshop: Botanical Print-Making, WASHINGTON
Learn to work with positive and negative space as you plan out and draw your design with Joanne Wasti. Then, after instruction in basic linoleum-cutting techniques, you will carefully carve your design into a block. Learn printmaking skills such as proper inking and registration as you print your botanical design onto paper or note cards. Along with your prints, the block is yours to take home and re-use. Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the unique visual qualities of linocut prints. 1 pm – 4 pm at the Hollister House Garden.

Spotlight Gala, SHARON
The Sharon Playhouse is thrilled to announce our highly anticipated Spotlight Gala. Prepare to be swept off your feet as they present a special Musical Revue, featuring sensational performances by Broadway’s Kate Baldwin, Danny Drewes, and Julia Murney. Join the Playhouse in recognizing the remarkable contributions of Bobbie Olsen, president of our board from 2011 to 2016. Performance followed by an after-party on the patio. 5 pm.

Color in the Garden, WASHINGTON
Get color to work for you with George Schoellkopf at Hollister House Garden. Create beautiful effects and avoid the trap of allowing misplaced colors to disrupt the harmony of your garden. 10 am – 11:30 am.

Learn to Row Day @LHRC, LITCHFIELD
Litchfield Hills Rowing Club, Litchfield Park and Recreation, and Meraki invite all curious people ages 12 to 23 to a free learn-to-row event and open house at the rowing club. Learn how to use a rowing machine and then hop in a boat and get out on beautiful Bantam Lake, all with the help of our expert coaching staff. 8:30 am – 1 pm.

ASAP! Celebrates 25 Years, WASHINGTON
Get ready to play, party, and feel the love at ASAP!’s biggest fundraising event of the year. Join ASAP! celebrating curiosity with a fun variety show of entertaining performances, live music, and surprise guests. Doors open at 5:30 pm, show begins promptly at 6 pm. Cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and an ASAP! Art exhibition will follow the show.

Jill Sobule, NEW MILFORD
Fresh off its 2022 and 2023 off-Broadway run, F*ck 7th Grade celebrates an adolescent romance and a brief rise to pop stardom. It’s a queer musical memoir about how we never really get out of middle school. Head over to the Merryall Center for a great show. 7:30 pm.

CT Trails Day at Birch Rocks, BROOKFIELD
Did you know that the first weekend in June is National Trails Day? Communities nationwide celebrate our natural lands by walking, hiking, or biking their favorite local trails. This year join the Northwest Connecticut Land Conservancy as they celebrate a new bridge installation. Birch Rocks Preserve is a peaceful, rolling walk through the woods and along the shores of Lake Lillinonah. 10 am – 12 pm.

Print Festival, TORRINGTON
The Five Points Art Center is hosting a print festival on June 1 and 2. Watch as artists create large-scale prints on BIG INK’s legendary press, enjoy a juried print exhibition, prints and poetry presentations, interactive hands-on print activities for all ages, print demonstrations, John Brown Connector Trail scavenger hunt, festival gift shop, music, food trucks, and beer. 10 am – 4 pm.

Mine HIll Celebration!, ROXBURY
Roxbury Land Trust invites you to join in the fun at the Mine Hill Preserve 45th Anniversary Celebration! The day starts off with a guided hike of the Mine Hill Preserve, followed by an educational Train Talk at Mine Hill Distillery and a picnic on the lawn by the falls. Lunch options will be provided by Backwoods Dawgz if you don’t want to pack your own.  9 am – 2 pm.


June 2

Noah Gittell Book Signing, WASHINGTON DEPOT
The Hickory Stick Bookshop is delighted to host film critic and sports writer Noah Gittell, who will be here to sign copies of his new book, Baseball : The Movie. 2 pm.

Great Works Concert, NEW MILFORD
The Kent Singers annual Summer Great Works Concert will feature three pieces from the Baroque era: Vivaldi’s Gloria, Handel’s Coronation Anthems, and Czech composer Jan Dismas Zelenka’s Magnificat in D Major at St. John’s Church. 3 pm.

Join us in the garden for a special afternoon of fun and exploration celebrating our youngest gardeners and friends! The day will feature garden-themed activities including story time with the Gunn Library’s Miss Linda, music by Annie and the Natural Wonder Band, an art project with Find Art Kids Studio, and so much more. 1 pm – 4 pm.

Car Show & Summer Fest, WOODBURY
The International Lions Club is running a car show at Hollow Park in Woodbury with food, music, raffles, awards, and more. 9 am – 3 pm.

Stoneware Flowers, NEW MILFORD
Create lovely floral blossoms from clay. Perfect for indoor or outdoor decoration. Each month Creative Arts Studio offers hand-building sessions that feature a different project. Their instructors show you the basics of hand-building, and guide you step by step through the featured project. 12:30 pm – 2 pm.

June 3

Archaeology Without Digging, WASHINGTON – VIRTUAL EVENT
Join the Gunn Library for a virtual lecture with Connecticut’s emeritus state archaeologist, Nick Bellantoni, on the use of ground-penetrating radar at historic sites in Connecticut. The lecture will focus on findings of the “lost” grave of  African-American Revolutionary War veteran Jeff Liberty, buried in Judea Cemetery. 6:30 pm.

June 4

Canvas Sky Circus, MORRIS
A new kind of American circus: open-air, family-friendly, featuring world-class acts in picturesque settings. After three successful tours of our outdoor circus, Stars Above, Hideaway Circus is mounting a sequel to the beloved production Canvas Sky. The show features a cast of ten world-class circus artists who explore the themes of self acceptance and uplifting one another. 7 pm – 9 pm.


Meet Author Soren West, LITCHFIELD
Meet the author Soren West as he discusses Northbound with Theo: A Man and His Dog Thru-Hike the Appalachian Trail at Ages 75 and 8 at the Oliver Wolcott Library. Live, in-person and live on Zoom. 7 pm – 8 pm.

Alibaba Awrang “Life Is Beautiful” Contemporary Calligraphy Works, LITCHFIELD
Join the Oliver Wolcott Library for the Alibaba Awrang exhibition “Life Is Beautiful” Contemporary Calligraphy Works. This exhibition will run from June 4 – July 18. On June 6, there will be an Opening Reception from 5 pm – 7 pm.

June 5

Move Your Mind & Body, LITCHFIELD
Join Nancy Schuler in this exercise class for senior women. You can attend the class in person at the Oliver Wolcott Library, or online in the privacy of your home. The class features stretching and exercises that can be done in a chair or standing, and lifting of 1 or 2 lb. weights. All exercises are gentle and easy to understand. No prior experience necessary. 10:15 am – 11 am.

June 6

Back by popular demand at the Nancy Marine Studio Theatre: ABBAFAB is a stunning tribute to the music of ABBA featuring the sensational talents of some of TAD’s most talented and loved artists and musicians! ABBA fans love it and new ABBA fans are created at every show. There’s no generation gap here; party like it’s 1979! 7:30 pm.

June 7

Garden Design Workshop, WASHINGTON
Craft a vision for your garden and learn to draw your own detailed planting plan at the Hollister House Garden. Come and explore the core principles of garden design in this hands-on, weekend studio workshop. Suitable for all levels, you will learn comprehensive design techniques for the home gardener, from site survey and concept design to plant and material selection.
4 pm – 7 pm.


Field & Forest 5K, WOODBURY
The Flanders Field & Forest 5K is an all-age walk/run through the woods and fields of Flanders, officially timed by Fast Track Timing. Enjoy the picturesque nature sanctuary and entertainment! This race is open to all levels of runners and walkers, with awards given to the top male and female finishers in each age division and the overall male and female winners. 6 pm start time.

Goshen Stampede, GOSHEN
Mark your calendars for the Goshen Stampede from June 7 – 9 at the Goshen Fairgrounds. Enjoy heart-pounding attractions that will have you wanting to see more! Fun for the whole family. Two huge rodeos, demolition derby, monster trucks, three-day music festival featuring Easton Corbin, and many more surprises. 4 pm – 10 pm on June 7, 11 am – 10 pm on June 8, and 11 am – 7 pm on June 9. 

Outdoor Movie Night, WASHINGTON DEPOT
The Judy Black Memorial Park and Gardens is hosting an outdoor movie night and screening The Blues Brothers, sponsored by National Iron Bank. This movie night is part of the town of Washington Block Party.

Fair Weather Walkers, LITCHFIELD
The Italian word passeggiata translates to “a walk with friends.” Join Nancy Schuler for a passeggiata on Friday mornings, but only when the weather looks fair. Meet in the Oliver Wolcott Library parking lot at 9 am for a gentle 1-2 mile walk around town. No walking in the rain or extreme heat! Registration is not necessary. Meet when you can.

An Evening of Opera, LITCHFIELD
Join fellow opera lovers to view and discuss Madama Butterfly, featured on the Litchfield Community Center Theater Screen. It’s Puccini’s tragedy about a young geisha who falls in love with an American naval officer. Coffee and a baked good will be served. 6 pm – 9 pm.

Photo Editing Class, LITCHFIELD
Interested in honing your in-device (Smartphone/Tablet) editing skills? Would you like to have a more-than-basic introduction to Lightroom and Photoshop, and understand the concept of generative AI? If yes, join Thad Kubis, fine art photographer and instructor, at 10 am to join this unique workshop. Thad will cover in-device editing, Smartphone, and Tablet, and he will move onto a more-than-basic introduction to Adobe Lightroom, and Photoshop. Thad will be teaching Portrait Sessions following this class from 12 pm – 2 pm.

June 8

A Weekend Workshop, WASHINGTON
Craft a vision for your garden and learn to draw your own detailed planting plan. Come and explore the core principles of garden design in this hands-on, weekend studio workshop June 8 and 9. Suitable for all levels, you will learn comprehensive design techniques for the home gardener, from site survey and concept design to plant and material selection. Hollister House Garden. 10 am – 3:30 pm.

Nick Petrone, NEW MILFORD
“Welcome to the Rainbow Room” is a live performance at the Merryall Center of Nick Petrone’s latest album, Rainbow Room, from start to finish. The album is a first for Nick as it is his first concept album. The album follows Nick’s coming-out story. 7:30 pm.

NM Chess Tournament, NEW MILFOD
Like to play chess? Join the New Milford Chess Tournament at the New Milford Public Library, for everyone ages 8 and up! When you register, you’ll be asked your age and your rating, if you have one. (No worries if you don’t have a rating!) Prizes for the winners. 1 pm – 5 pm.

You Can Count on Me, MORRIS
Boondocks Film Society is thrilled to announce that they now have a rescheduled date for last year’s strike-postponed You Can Count on Me event at the spectacular South Farms in Morris ––with an in-person Q&A with its Academy Award-nominated star, Laura Linney. Those of you who still hold tickets from last year’s event, keep an eye out for an email asking you to RSVP. 6:30 pm–10:30 pm. 

June 9

Michael Korda Talk & Book Signing, WASHINGTON DEPOT
The Hickory Stick Bookshop is delighted to welcome author Michael Korda. He will give a talk about his new book, Muse of Fire: World War I as Seen Through the Lives of the Soldier Poets, followed by a Q&A session and a book signing. 2 pm – 3:30 pm.

Little Guild’s Great Country Mutt Show, SALISBURY
The Little Guild’s Great Country Mutt Show will be held rain or shine from 11 am to 2:30 pm at Lime Rock Park. Free and open to spectators, the Great Country Mutt Show is a Westminster-style Dog Show that celebrates all breeds and creeds! (Yes, purebred dogs are welcome too!) 


Annual Teddy Bear Festival, NEW MILFORD
The town Green is the place to be for Woman’s Club of Greater New Milford’s 27th annual Teddy Bear Festival. Vendors will be in attendance from area businesses and we ask for your support of them as well, since they are supporting the club by reserving space. Entertainment will be on hand throughout the day; there will be a games booth with prizes, drawings for vendor prizes, and the famous Teddy Bear Hospital. 11 am – 4 pm.

Litchfield Hills Road Race, LITCHFIELD
Running the Litchfield Hills Road Race is not just running a race, but also a chance to experience the culture of the cherished town of Litchfield. The course itself is a scenic tour of some of the best sites in New England. ALWAYS the second Sunday in June; cannon goes off promptly at 1 pm.

June 11

African American History, NEW MILFORD
Join the New Milford Public Library as Jeffrey Fletcher presents and describes some of the amazing artifacts from the museum his parents started, the African American History Museum. These artifacts bring participants up close to the decades of turbulent times for African Americans in the United States during the period of slavery and the Civil Rights movement. 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm.

June 12

Lecture Series: Frida Kahlo, LITCHFIELD
Frida Kahlo has become a household name in recent years, with movies, books, and countless products dedicated to her art and likeness. This program at the Litchfield Community Center will go beyond the artist’s famous facial hair and penetrating stare, and explore her life and her work, particularly as it relates to the trolley accident she survived as a teen and her passionate and often tumultuous marriage to fellow artist Diego Rivera. 3 pm – 4 pm.

Armchair Travel to Kenya, LITCHFIELD
Who doesn’t love a safari? Join Nancy and Ed at the Oliver Wolcott Library as they travel to Kenya to see the “Big Five” on a safari, meet a Maasai tribe, visit Karen Blixen’s farm (author of Out of Africa), feed baby elephant orphans at Sheldrick Sanctuary, and hear stories of their adventures in Kenya. 1 pm – 2 pm.

June 13

Evening Glow Music, LITCHFIELD
All are welcome to join for relaxing and reflective music by the Mad River Quartet at the Litchfield Community Center to close the day. Performances are followed by a reception with refreshments. 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm.

June 14

Evening in the Garden, WASHINGTON
As the light fades and day turns to evening, enjoy the company of friends and neighbors and see the beauty of the Hollister House Garden in a different light. Have a glass of wine in the barn. Then enjoy a walk in the garden, where you will delight in the intimate outdoor spaces, bordered by dramatic hedges and overflowing with exuberant plantings. 6 pm – 8 pm.

The first annual Arty Party exhibition and sale will be held Friday, June 14, until Sunday, June 16, at the White Hart Inn. A percentage of art sales will benefit East Mountain House Foundation, a nonprofit organization newly established in our community for end-of-life contemplative care and support. There will be an opening party on Friday, June 14, from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm.

18+ Trivia with Trey, LITCHFIELD
Join Trey at the Litchfield Community Center for 18+ Trivia. Doors open at 6:30 pm, games begin at 7 pm. BYOB and snacks to get your game on.

June 15

Hydrangeas, WASHINGTON
Join Broken Arrow Nursery’s horticulture and plant development manager, Adam Wheeler, for an informative lecture at the Hollister House Garden that demystifies this complex group of plants and showcases some of the very best new selections. As an added bonus, Adam will bring a selection of his fabulous plants for attendees to purchase for their own gardens. 10 am – 11:30 am.

Merryall Tales, NEW MILFORD
Not Your Father’s Storytelling! Come join the Merryall Center for an exciting evening of tough, funny, poignant stories from some of NYC’s and the Northeast region’s most dynamic storytellers! Featuring Moth Grand Slam/Story Slam winners who have also been spotlighted on PBS’ Stories From the Stage. 7:30 pm.

Ann Leary Book Signing, WASHINGTON DEPOT
The Hickory Stick Bookshop is delighted to welcome author Ann Leary, who will be at the store  to sign copies of her new book, I’ve Tried Being Nice. 3 pm.

June 16

BUG-A-FAIR Volkswagen Car Show, TERRYVILLE
The 2024 BUG-A-FAIR Volkswagen Car Show will be held at the Terryville Fairgrounds. 9 am-3 pm.

Pups and Pints Car Show, COLEBROOK
The second annual Pups and Pints car show is on Father’s Day at the Norbrook Brewery in Colebrook and bring your favorite K9 friend along.  All kinds of vehicles are welcome. All proceeds benefit Food Banks for Pets. Dogs, cars, and beer. 12 pm – 3 pm.

June 17

Fully Booked, LITCHFIELD
Oliver Wolcott Library’s Fully Booked Summer Reading Challenge is back for a second year! Once you’ve registered, come to the library to pick up your challenge bookmark. Starting Monday, June 17, the first 20 people who register AND come to the library to pick up their bookmark will receive a $5 gift card to Dunkin’ Donuts, generously gifted to us by Litchfield Dunkin’.

June 18

Crochet Crusaders, LITCHFIELD
Want to get started crocheting, or just share what you are crocheting with others? Join the Oliver Wolcott Library crocheting circle for new and intermediate crocheters, on Tuesdays in June. At each Crochet Crusaders, you will have the supplies and materials needed to crochet a beginner-level project. If you are an experienced crocheter, you can make multiples of the projects or bring your own work from home. 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm. 


June 19

“Underground Railroad”, LITCHFIELD
Litchfield Community Center invites everyone for a Freedom Celebration on Juneteenth featuring Nzinga’s Daughters. They will take you from slavery to freedom with traditional African songs, a cappella plantation songs, and stories. They’ll show you how enslaved Blacks, free Blacks, and white abolitionists created codes, signs, and signals, committed them to memory, and passed them by word of mouth, leading to the Underground Railroad. 6 pm – 7 pm.

Science Heroes, LITCHFIELD
Science Heroes: Adventure of the Lost Treasure, presented by Talewise. Join the Oliver Wolcott Library on a treasure-hunting adventure deep within the jungle! Science and stories collide in this all new interactive STEM show! For children entering Grades K-5. 12 pm – 1 pm.

The Optimist’s Daughter, LITCHFIELD
Former dean of Yale College Mark Schenker will lead discussions  at the Oliver Wolcott Library on two 20th-century American novels by women where, despite their differences in setting–Brooklyn in the early decades of the 20th century and rural Mississippi in the mid 20th century–these two prize-winning novels use autobiographical material to engage issues of family life, the complex nature of the past, and the transcendence of grief. 7 pm – 8 pm.

June 20

Divine Renovation: Destination New England, TORRINGTON
The Red Carpet Premiere of Divine Renovation in the Oneglia Auditorium at the Warner Theatre, presented by Casanova Remodeling, will offer a sneak peek at the acclaimed reality television series, shot entirely in the Torrington and northwestern Connecticut area, before it airs on streaming channels. Hosted by TV icon Erik Estrada, “Divine Renovation: Destination New England” promotes kindness and doing for others, and proves that when people come together, small fixes can make big miracles! Erik Estrada will appear live on stage and celebrate the businesses and volunteers who participated. Children 12 and under are admitted free. 7:30 pm.

Summer Photography, WEST HARTFORD
In an immersive summer program at Hartford Art School (HAS) from June 20 to July 3, students grades 11-12 learn how to use analogue technology in black-and-white photography, and develop a method for integrating this special process into their photographic work. 9 am – 4 pm.

Rhyme Time Playgroup, LITCHFIELD
Lots of rhymes, a sprinkling of songs, and one or two shared board books round out this Oliver Wolcott Library program that is perfect for little ones who need to get those wiggles out. After the rhymes, stay for some unstructured play time with other children. 10:30 am – 11:30 am.

Your Guide to CT, LITCHFIELD
Join us at the Oliver Wolcott Library for a book talk and signing by author and historian Marty Podskoch. His new book, The Connecticut 169 Club: Your Passport and Guide to Exploring Connecticut, encourages travelers to visit all of the towns and villages of our beautiful and unique state. 6:30 – 7:30 pm.

June 21

The Station Celebration, LITCHFIELD
Grand opening of the new nonprofit hub at The Station, hosted by Litchfield Land Trust. This event is free to the public and light refreshments and music will be provided. 4 pm – 6 pm.

Friday Feast & Dancing Feet, LITCHFIELD
Friday Feast and Dancing Feet at the Litchfield Community Center, with a summer barbecue and dancing. 12 pm – 2 pm. Pre-registration REQUIRED BY Wednesday June 19.

Kids LEGO Club, and Teen LEGO Club, LITCHFIELD
Do you love LEGOs? Come to the Oliver Wolcott Library on Friday afternoons from June 21 to August 9 for LEGO Club. They will have a theme or prompt to direct your build. Registration is appreciated. 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm for younger kids, 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm for teens.

Rock of Ages, SHARON
Big bands, big guitar solos—and even bigger hair! The five-time Tony Award®-nominated Broadway musical smash Rock of Ages tells the story of a small-town girl, a city boy, and a rock ‘n’ roll romance on the Sunset Strip. But when the bar where rock reigns supreme is set to be demolished, it’s up to these wannabe rockers and their band of friends to save the day—and the music. At the Sharon Playhouse. 7 pm.

June 22

Midsummer Ball, WASHINGTON
Join Pilobolus for an evening celebrating the summer solstice, the full moon, and the magic of Pilobolus! Site-specific performances in a private sculpture park, cocktails, dinner, and a Moonlit Dance Party. 6 pm – 10 pm.

The Judy Black Memorial Park and Gardens is pleased to welcome an art exhibit featuring works by Stephanie Johnson and Alicia Mordenti. The exhibit, “Landscapes,” will be on view beginning Friday, June 21. The show highlights the artists’ serene landscape paintings. An opening reception will be from 3 pm to 5 pm.

Family Outdoor Storytime, LITCHFIELD
Join Mrs. Tricia for a classic library storytime at the Olive Wolcott Library, with books, songs, bubbles, and more! Come for early literacy skills, social connections, and fun! The group will meet outside each week, weather permitting. 10:30 am.

Robin Hood’s Medieval Faire, HARWINTON
At Robin Hood’s Medieval Faire, the excitement never ends with our thrilling themed weekends! Each weekend bursts with a fresh and captivating theme, bringing with it an array of new shows, merchants, and unforgettable experiences tailored to that specific theme. It’s a whole new world of wonder every time you visit! 10:30 am – 6 pm.

June 24

Let’s Talk Gardening, HARWINTON
Summer is here! Join the Harwinton Public Library for their garden discussion group. Bring questions, seeds, plants, and anything else you have to share with the group. Sponsored by The Harwinton Grows Seed Library. 7 pm.

June 25

Gerri Lewis Author Event, NEW MILFORD
Love mysteries? Come and hear mystery writer Gerri Lewis talk about her writing process, at the New Milford Public Library.
6 pm – 7 pm.

June 26

Matin Malikzada Pottery, NEW MILFORD
Join the New Milford Public Library for a pottery demonstration by a seventh-generation Afghan potter. Internationally recognized for his technical skill and elegant designs, Matin Malikzada was forced to flee Afghanistan following the Taliban takeover. Along with his family, he is now resettled in New Milford. Meet the artist. Hear the story of his struggles, joy, creativity, and resilience, and watch a master at work. 6 pm – 7 pm.

Local Wildlife, LITCHFIELD
Join the Oliver Wolcott Library as White Memorial guides you through the menageries of animals we have right here in Connecticut, from marvelous mammals to resplendent reptiles to beautiful birds. A free event for children entering Grades K-5. 12 pm – 1 pm.

Mastering Apple Mail, LITCHFIELD
In this free tutorial at the Oliver Wolcott Library, you’ll explore the diverse features of Apple Mail, a crucial communication tool within the Apple ecosystem. They will cover topics such as: setting up multiple accounts, customizing for efficiency, organizing your inbox, integrating live links into your email, troubleshooting common issues, email security, and more! By the end of this session, you’ll be better equipped to manage your emails effectively and efficiently using Apple Mail. 2 pm – 3 pm.

LGBTQ+ Stonewall Speaker, LITCHFIELD    
Please join the Litchfield Community Center for an inspiring evening celebrating diversity and inclusion in support of Pride Month. The event features a panel of three remarkable speakers, each bravely sharing their unique story of coming out and navigating life as LGBTQ+ individuals. 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm.

June 28

Garden Journaling, WASHINGTON
Join the Hollister House Garden as they use their garden journals to create several watercolor vignettes celebrating the glorious summer garden, with Betsy Rogers-Knox. With Hollister House and its picturesque pathways and garden rooms as inspiration, learn how to capture multi-element garden scenes and vistas. Class demonstrations and a step-by-step approach will provide plenty of drawing and watercolor tips, both inside the barn and outside in this beautiful garden setting. All levels welcome. 10 am – 3:30 pm.

Dim Lights Thick Smoke, LITCHFIELD
Dim Lights Thick Smoke band members Jason Perkel, Jona Ziac, James Allen, and Dylan Spielvogel join together in a unique musical journey from John Prine, Bob Dylan, and George Jones to Jerry Garcia, Elvis Presley, and so many more! Enjoy this fun-filled event, rain or shine at the Litchfield Community Center. 7 pm – 9 pm.

Autocross Lapping Day, SALISBURY
Cones in a parking lot? Not here at Lime Rock Park! Let Lime Rock introduce you to the FCP Euro Proving grounds, a purpose-built facility with multiple layouts ranging from .222 mile to over a half mile! This course will put both driver and vehicle to the test. Autocross at Lime Rock is a half-day event that will leave you smiling and tired! 9 am – 1 pm.

June 29

Art Festival, NEW MILFORD
Come to the New Milford Commission on the Arts’ Festival at the town Green. Enjoy a day filled with art, music, and community spirit. Don’t miss out on this wonderful celebration of creativity. 10 am – 5 pm.

Pints for Paws, WINSTED
Please join Pints for Paws for a fun-filled afternoon with live music by Potters Field making their Little Red Barn debut. Enjoy delicious food, amazing raffle prizes, and brand new fabulous Beacon of Light Animal Rescue (BOLAR) merchandise for sale. They are raising money as they start a new rescue that will assist the community and help provide resources and education, and to rescue, spay, neuter, and find loving homes for local kittens and cats and continue their mission to rescue and find loving homes for dogs in Connecticut. 1 pm – 5 pm at the Little Red Barn. 

June 30

Red, White, and Brew Fest, WATERTOWN
The Watertown History Museum is hosting its first annual Red, White, and Brew Fest as a fundraiser at the Sunset Grille located at Crestbrook Park. Along with an all-you-can-eat barbeque, they will offer a silent auction and door prizes. 4 pm – 8 pm.

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