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Family Story Time and Craft

Dec 6, 2018 - Dec 20, 2018

This event occurs weekly, on Thursday.

Join us on Thursdays in December to celebrate a month of giving for the Audubon at Bent of the River.  Each Thursday morning, we will be joined by Kate Pratt who will have a bird-themed story followed by a fun craft.Free! Registration required. To register please visit:

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Come join in on December 8th the reading of the poem which is all about one night on the occasion of Christmas. Family and friends will enjoy sharing Dylan Thomas has managed to universalize the very essence of Christmas as any child anywhere might perceive it. This is an awesome poem to read along with the actors and audience as it reflects the childish mind hidden inside everyone. All...

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Join Art Rodia, an instructor with over 30 years of yoga teaching experience, as he guides this gentle yoga class. Created for people over fifty and beginners who need a gentle and accessible approach to learning yoga, these classes include yogic breathing, relaxation, and restorative rejuvenating postures.  Progressing from the “very easy” to “easy,” this class will help you gain...

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A Litchfield County tradition for over 45 years, the Kent Singers is an enthusiastic ensemble of 35+ singers. The new dynamic musical director, Knox Sutterfield, trained at the Yale School of Music, has created an innovative repertoire sure to delight local audiences.   Usher in the Holidays with The Kent Singers presenting a festive concert of traditional and...

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Join us for a free informational talk about the uses and benefits of CBD oil hosted by the founders of Ropana. Attendees will also be able to take advantage of an extra 15% off Ropana products during the event.Free! Registration required. To register please visit:

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Clara and the Nutcracker

Dec 20, 2018 - Dec 23, 2018

This event occurs weekly, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

The Connecticut Dance Theatre, under the artistic director, Donna Bonasera, presents a community collaboration for the young and the young at heart. Experience the timeless classic, The Nutcracker, Live! on the historic Thomaston Opera House main stage. Now with a daytime performance on Thursday, December 20th at 10 am and a special Spanish narration on Friday, December 21st at 7 pm. ...

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We will celebrate the Winter Solstice in conjunction with the power of the Full Moon when the veil between the dimensions is thin. It is the optimal time to set our intentions for the New Year, amplyifying them with the sonic alchemy of crystal bowls and the extraordinary angelic and shamanic vocals channeled through Sound Healing Master, Bradford Tilden. Please bring a journal or notebook...

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Paul Winter’s Winter Solstice Celebration embraces the spirit of the holidays within the extraordinary acoustics of the world’s largest cathedral, The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine. This multimedia event features the Paul Winter Consort, gospel singer Theresa Thomason, and the 25 dancers and drummers of the Forces of Nature Dance Theatre under the direction of Abdel Salaam....

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