Thursday, June 14, 2018
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  [All day event] Various Locations: Spring Outdoors
Spring Outdoors runs from the Spring Equinox on March 20 until the Summer Solstice on June 21. This program connects you to lands, waters, and trails in The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor, including some properties not normally accessible to the public. Enjoy interesting features and stories during Spring Outdoors, which is like the Walktober program, but is held as nature springs forth in The Last Green Valley. All the walks, bike rides, paddles, tours, events and more will be listed on our website's Spring Outdoors page and on our facebook page.

1:00pm [1:10pm] New Haven: Night Songs of the World
Explore the sounds and secrets of night music through compositions written for guitarist Aaron Larget-Caplin's New Lullaby Project. Featuring composers from Spain, Australia, India, and the U.S.

3:00pm [3:30pm] East Hartford: LEGO Junior Makers Family Build
Come and build with us! We have Duplo blocks for younger kids and regular LEGO bricks for older kids! For kids ages 2 and up and their caregivers. No registration required. More info: 860-290-4332

[4:10pm] Easton: Innovation Squad
Kids in grades 4-8 will enjoy some hands-on tinkering, creating, and innovating. There will be Osmo and Ozobots, Makey Makeys, Perler Beads, crafts, puzzles, and more. Pre-register: 203-261-0134

6:00pm [6:00pm] Norwalk: PJs, Pizza, and a Movie
Families will enjoy pizza and a movie. More info: 203-899-2780, ext 15131

[6:30pm] Branford: PJ Stories
Enjoy a sleepy story hour filled with rhymes, movement, and songs. Ages 5 and under with an adult. More info: 203-488-1441, ext 323

[6:30pm] New Haven: Whodini Concert
Coming out of the fertile early-1980s New York rap scene, Whodini were one of the first rap groups to add a straight R&B twist to their music, thus laying the groundwork for the new jack swing movement. The group consists of rappers Jalil Hutchins and John "Ecstasy" Fletcher, and made their name with good-humored songs like "Magic's Wand" (the first rap song to feature an accompanying video), "The Haunted House of Rock" (a rewrite of "Monster Mash"), and "Freaks Come Out at Night," and their live shows were the first rap concerts to feature official dancers (U.T.F.O. members Doctor Ice and Kangol Kid).