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WEST HARTFORD — The WEHA Artists Emporium is hosting a Finders Keepers Art Hunt. For seven days, from Nov. 29 until Dec. 5, small pieces of art donated by local artists will be hidden around town. Clues about the location of each item will be posted on the Facebook event page, Look On the Br…

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WEST HARTFORD — Ballet Theatre Company of West Hartford is getting “up close” while socially distancing this fall season with its digital performance season titled, “Up Close.” Two brand new works, choreographed by BTC’s Artistic Director, Stephanie Dattellas, will premiere featuring BTC’s S…

WEST HARTFORD — Music at the Red Door, the music series at St. John’s Episcopal Church in West Hartford, will present a new series of live-streamed Wednesday recital series during November, according to an email from series organizers. The half-hour performances, featuring local organists, w…

STATEWIDE — One of the first tourism trails in the State — The Connecticut Art Trail — is celebrating 25 years of guiding art aficionados across the state on a journey that includes 22 world-class museums and historic sites. Originally launched in 1995 as the Connecticut Impressionist Art Tr…

HARTFORD — TheaterWorks Hartford in Hartford and TheatreSquared in Fayetteville, Arkansas announced today that they have joined forces to digitally produce Sarah Gancher’s timely new play about the everyday banality of destabilizing democracy, “Russian Troll Farm: A Workplace Comedy.” With a…

WEST HARTFORD — This October, West Hartford Hauntings, the Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society’s spooky, theatrical cemetery tour, returns for its 16th year. Join us for a lantern-lit tour of one of West Hartford’s oldest cemeteries. Along the way you will meet dearly d…

HARTFORD — Multi-talented musical clowns Patty and Giggles from Canada’s top clown band will be bringing audiences of all ages to their feet, singing, dancing and laughing with magic, antics and award-winning original tunes from their four hit CDs for their first ever appearance at Hartford …

HARTFORD — “Night Fall,” one of Hartford’s most beloved community traditions, transitions to the screen for its ninth annual presentation. Up to this point, the show has been an outdoor live spectacular staged in one of Hartford’s city parks. As 2020 proves to be anything but normal, artist …

WEST HARTFORD — The Autorino Center for the Arts and Humanities at the University of Saint Joseph has a fall season full of virtually accessible engagements for the entire community’s enjoyment including, performances, lectures, master classes, and more. All information about upcoming events…

WEST HARTFORD — Griffin Santopietro, 14, is best known for his appearances alongside such on-screen icons as Adam Sandler (“The Week Of”) and Ralph Macchio (“Cobra Kai”), but he’s also a West Hartford local. Griffin, who lives with his parents and two brothers, plays Anthony “Antonio” LaRuss…

BLOOMFIELD — Join vocalists Stephanie Reuning-Scherer and Declan Smith for “Well THAT’S Awkward!” on Thursday, Sept. 24 (rain date: Thursday, Oct. 1) at 6:30 p.m. (gates open at 6 p.m.), at Auerfarm, 158 Auer Farm Road, Bloomfield. Tickets are $25, and they must be purchased in advance.

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WEST HARTFORD — Music at the Red Door, the music series at St. John’s Episcopal Church in West Hartford, announces a full program of live music for the 2020-2021 season, according to an email from organizers. Each of the 16 concerts will be livestreamed via St. John’s YouTube channel and on …

WEST HARTFORD — Just like everything in 2020, Halloween will likely look a little different this year. But, that doesn’t mean that you and your family have to sit at home bored. You can still take part in some tricks, treats and spooky thrills thanks to Culliver Crantz, creator of the Fright…

WEST HARTFORD — Looking for a great way to meet and support the art world and buy local? Join 16 diverse West Hartford artists as they display and sell their work at seven addresses throughout town on Oct. 3.

FARMINGTON — Sonia Plumb Dance Company recently announced the premiere of two nights of modern dance entitled “Duos & Trios,” to be performed on the grounds of the historic Hill-Stead Museum in Farmington, on Friday, Sept. 25 and Saturday, Sept. 26 at 6:30 p.m. The performances will feat…

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WEST HARTFORD — West Hartford Art League presents a new online class in gouache technique with instructor Emily Rose Hirtle. Hirtle attended The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and received her BFA and Certificate in Painting in 2017.

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BLOOMFIELD — Playhouse on Park will partner with Auerfarm for a series of fun, outdoor, socially-distanced events, according to an email from organizers There is a wide range of performances geared towards kids, teens, adults, or the entire family. This includes Comedy Night, Kids Days, two …

FARMINGTON — Playhouse on Park has brought several events to Farmington’s Hill-Stead Museum including Comedy Night, a Broadway-Style Cabaret, and Playwrights on Park. They will return with an in-person dance party, led by Playhouse Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director Darlene Zoller, accordin…

HARTFORD — Night Fall, one of Hartford’s most beloved community traditions, transitions to the screen for its ninth annual presentation. Up to this point, the show has been an outdoor live spectacular, staged in one of Hartford’s city parks. As 2020 proves to be anything but normal, artist A…

WEST HARTFORD — Ballet Theatre Company, located off New Park Ave., in West Hartford, has announced its fall 2020 class schedule including virtual and in-studio classes in classical ballet, pointe, dance conditioning, and jazz. Registration is now open for ages 3 and up. Classes begin Monday,…

WEST HARTFORD — With “Lose My Number: Allegra Levy Sings John McNeil,” jazz vocalist Allegra Levy finds a bold new voice: edgy, breezy, sassy, brassy, and often as staccato as a trumpet. That’s because this album, her fourth from SteepleChase Records — and the 900th record to be released by …

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WESTPORT — Immerse yourself in the calm swinging groove of Alexa Tarantino and her quartet on Friday, Sept. 4 at 7 p.m. at MoCA, Westport, 19 Newtown Turnpike, Westport. Tarantino is an award-winning, vibrant, young jazz saxophonist, woodwind doubler, composer, and educator, according to an …

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FARMINGTON — Playhouse on Park is bringing a new play reading to the Hill-Stead Museum, in partnership with West Hartford Community Interactive, according to an email from the Playhouse. It will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 23 (Rain date: Sept. 24) at 6:30 p.m. (Gates open at 6 p.m.). This…

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WEST HARTFORD — Are you interested in broadening your storytelling skills? The Virtual Jumpstart Playwriting Class for Adults is for playwrights, actors, directors, designers, and anyone interested in exploring the creative process said an email from organizers. Join us on Tuesday, Sept. 1 a…