Looking for weekend activities? We have eight ideas for you – including A Chorus Line, Saltwater Fishing Day and the Shoreline Wine Festival!
See the longest running American musical ever! A Chorus Line is playing at the Ivoryton Playhouse through early September. The show is funny, poignant and honest.
Follow the yellow brick road at the Whitney Players’ version of The Wizard of Oz. Special rigging is allowing cast members to actually fly across the stage.
Cast a line at the 7th Annual Saltwater Fishing Day in New London on Saturday. Fishing and crabbing opportunities allow families to enjoy the state’s natural resources.
The kids will love Pirates & The Sea Day in New London on Saturday. Listen to stories of old ships and seasoned sailors, make toy boats and knots – and take part in a scavenger hunt.
A special tour at Hill-Stead Museum in Farmington – called Diamonds in the Rough – invites visitors to learn about golf, as it was played at the turn of the 20th century.
300 local small businesses are gathering at the Made in Connecticut Expo in in Bethlehem. Find a variety of products including clothes, art and books.
Take-in the 22nd Annual Podunk Bluegrass Music Festival in Hebron. Regional and national acts take-part on two stages. Also, find food vendors and kids’ activities.
All weekend, sip and stroll at the Shoreline Wine Festival in Guilford, celebrating fine wines from Connecticut vineyards. Hear music and sample food in a beautiful setting.
Have ideas for upcoming events for us to share? Email Sarah.Cody@wtnh.com.