55TH ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE TOUR OF LITCHFIELD
July 13 - Features selection of historic and architecturally significant homes.
Self-guided tour begins at the information booth on the green. Proceeds benefit
Connecticut Junior Republic.
BEN AND JERRY'S 2002 ONE WORLD ONE HEART FESTIVAL
June 22 - Food, family activities, Vermont's finest ice cream and music. Main
Stage music: Blues Traveler, Nine Days, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, the
Samples, the Iguanas, Sarah Harmer, Nobby Reed Project. Green Mountain Stage:
Babaloo, Sloan Wainwright, Salad Days, Patrick Fitzsimmons, Natterjack.
Hours: 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Festival admission free; parking is $10. No alcohol,
glass, coolers or pets allowed. Sugarbush North, Warren (800-253-3787; www.benjerry.com).
CONNECTICUT AUDUBON CENTER AT GLASTONBURY
June 20 - "Summer Solstice," 7:30 p.m. Bring in summer with
celebration, song and dance, stories, food and more. Cost: $7 nonmembers or $28
family maximum; members, $5 or $20.
July 11 - "A Patriotic Family Campfire," 7 p.m. Wear red, white and
blue and sing songs about USA. Roast marshmallows. Rain cancels. Cost:
nonmembers, $6 or $24 family maximum; members, $4 or $16.
Call Audubon Center for complete event schedule. Connecticut Audubon Center
at Glastonbury, 1361 Main St. Information: 860-633-8402.
CONNECTICUT RIVER MUSEUM
June 15 - "SummerFest 2002: A Star Spangled Evening," held under tent
on lawn of museum. Music by the Peter Duchin Orchestra, gourmet dinner catered
by SeaFlour Foods and a live auction. Benefit for museum. Event begins at 6 p.m.
with hors d'oeuvres and cocktails.
6 p.m.-midnight. Tickets: $150 per person. Reservations requested.
Connecticut River Museum, 67 Main St., Steamboat Dock, Essex. Information:
FARMINGTON ANTIQUES WEEKEND
June 8 - 9 and Aug. 31-Sept. 1 - More than 600 dealers offering array of
antiques and vintage collectibles under tents.
Sat-Sun, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; early buying 7 a.m. on Sat ($25). Admission: $7 on
Sat; $5 on Sun. Farmington Polo Grounds, Town Farm Road (860-677-7862 during
FLORENCE GRISWOLD MUSEUM
Etc. (Listings of Other Stuff)
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