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West Simsbury - Flamig Farm Earth Day Celebration
Posted on: 2018-04-16
What: Flamig Farm Earth Day Celebration
Where: Flamig Farm, 7 Shingle Mill Road, West Simsbury, CT 06092
When: 4/21/2018 (Saturday) 9am to 5 pm
Come visit all the farm animals and their new spring babies! Half price admission of $3 includes a free cup of grain. Bounce House, Face painting, Live music, Pony rides and Tractor drawn hayrides available. Earth Friendly Vendors and Crafters. Food for sale by Kane's Market, Keifer's Kettle Corn, and warm apple cider donuts! Cash recommended Visa/MC accepted). $3 admission age 1 and under free 

 
Avon - Music in Common-finding common ground through music
Posted on: 2018-04-16
What: Music in Common-finding common ground through music
Where: 6 West Main St, Avon, CT 06001
When: 4/22/2018 (Sunday), 1:00 PM
Avon Congregational Church will host Berkshires based non-profit Music in Common on Sunday April 22nd at 1PM for a film screening of two documentary shorts about the global work of the organization. Music in Common founder & director, Todd Mack, will lead a talk-back immediately following the screening. Culling from 10 years of video archives, the first film traces the story of Music in Common -- from its beginnings as an informal backyard jam honoring the life of slain Wall St. Journal reporter Daniel Pearl to an international non-profit working on the ground to bridge divides between communities in conflict. Amplified: Young Voices Rising overviews Music in Common's work in the U.S. bringing together youth of diverse communities including Muslim, Jewish, Christian; immigrant, refugee, American born; and black, white, Hispanic in the organization's flagship JAMMS program. Through the voices and experiences of participants, the films explore the challenges facing youth in the U.S., Israel, and Palestine, and the shifts in attitudes, perceptions, and behaviors resulting from MIC programs. The films are a poignant and timely response to the world's imminent need for change and healing during heightened tensions between faiths and cultures across the globe. Music in Common empowers diverse cultures and faiths to discover common ground through collaborative songwriting and multimedia. Since 2005, MIC has directly served thousands of people in more than 250 communities across the globe, including Israelis and Palestinians, Christians, Jews and Muslims, as well as American-born, refugee and immigrant youth. Music in Common was founded by singer/songwriter Todd Mack in 2005 to honor his friend Daniel Pearl, the Wall Street Journal reporter, abducted and killed in Pakistan in 2002. The mission of Music in Common is to strengthen, empower, and connect communities through the universal language of music. 

 
Winsted - Spring Semi-Annual OPEN STUDIOS
Posted on: 2018-04-16
What: Spring Semi-Annual OPEN STUDIOS
Where: 100 Whiting Street, Winsted, CT
When: 4/28/2018 - 4/29/2018
Whiting Mills community consist of Artist, Basket Weaver, Candle Maker, Craftspeople, En-caustic Painting, Gourd Art, Hand-made gifts, Herbal Products, Holistic Wellness, Mixed Media, Lotions & Soaps, Railroad Model & Hobby Supply, Personal Trainer, Photography Studios, Pottery, Portrait Artist, Upholstery & Window Treatments, Woodworkers, Yoga Studio! We also will have guest Artist and Food Vendors! 

 
Barkhamsted - 5th Annual Barkhamsted Earth Day Nature Festival
Posted on: 2018-04-16
What: 5th Annual Barkhamsted Earth Day Nature Festival
Where: Peoples State Forest, 106 East River Road, Barkhamsted, CT
When: 4/29/2018 (Sunday), 12:30 PM - 5 PM
Come celebrate all things Nature at the 5th Annual Barkhamsted Earth Day Nature Festival. Free and open to all features birdhouse building and walking stick carving for kids plus river insect gathering, talks on Monarch butterflies, crows, pollinator gardens, maple syruping and much, much more.
Author Ben Kilham, who raises orphan cubs and prepares them to go back into the wild, will speak and Christine Critters will bring all sorts of birds of prey, including an eagle and a red-tailed hawk who will demonstrate falconry.
Free food, games and lots to do. 

 
Granby - Open Barn
Posted on: 2018-04-16
What: Open Barn
Where: Maple View Farm, 192 Salmon Brook St., Granby, CT
When: 4/29/2018 (Sunday), 12 - 2 p.m.
Join us for a spring tour of the farm. Get an idea of the fun we have for Summer Session, ask questions about horseback riding lessons, take a tour to see how we raise our livestock and grow our garden and hear the progress we are making on BREW, our Farm Brewery, set to open this fall. 

 
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