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Sunday, September 15, 2019
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  Litchfield County: Heritage Walks
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Family-oriented, interpretive walks, offered in partnership with the region's historic, cultural, and outdoor recreation organizations and the National Park Service. Local historians, naturalists, and environmentalists lead participants on explorations through historic estate gardens and town districts, behind-the-scenes cultural site tours, nature walks, trail hikes, and tours of many of the industrial-site ruins that were once thriving local industries. There will also be Native American and African history walks, a canoe paddling trip on the Housatonic River and a bike touring ride on scenic country roads. Weekends include September 7-8, 14-15, 21-22, 28-29 Times and locations vary - visit website for information.

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10:00am [10:00am] Madison: Discover Outdoor Connecticut Day
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Fun filled event that explores Connecticut's fish and wildlife resources and legacy of outdoor traditions, with live animals, demonstrations, fish casting, fly tying, archery, children's activities, outdoor skills, a photo contest and more. Bring a picnic lunch.

[10:00am] Multiple locations: State Museum Sunday
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CT residents enjoy free admission at any of the four state museums. More info: 203-453-2457

[10:00am] Storrs: Pollinator Puppet-Building
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The Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry at the University of Connecticut will once again offer fall community puppet-building program to design and build life-size and over-life-size puppets for a new Connecticut Pollinator Pageant to be performed at the Celebrate Mansfield Festival in Downtown Storrs. Participants will be invited to perform in the community Connecticut Pollinator Pageant at the 16th annual Celebrate Mansfield Festival on Saturday, Sept. 21 at 3 p.m. The theme for this year's Ballard Institute community pageant for the Celebrate Mansfield Festival is—Pollinators! Connecticut pollinators are not simply honeybees and bumblebees. In addition, there are scores of native flies, bees, butterflies, bats, and beetles that make important contributions to our lives by pollinating crops. Working together, participants will create over-life-sized masks and puppets representing their favorite pollinators. No experience is necessary to participate, but registration is requested. Participants can come for one or both days and are not required to stay for the entire time. Minors must be accompanied by an adult. To register for the workshop, or if you require accommodation to participate, contact the Ballard Institute at bimp@uconn.edu or (860) 486-8580.


[11:00am] Stamford: Health and Wellness Lifestyle Expo
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Features more than 170 exhibitors, group yoga, dance and fitness classes, music, and more. More info: 203-531-3047



[12:00pm] New London: Maritime Heritage Festival
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The Connecticut Maritime Heritage Festival is a four day annual celebration promoting the State of Connecticut’s maritime heritage and spirit of innovation in conjunction with Connecticut Maritime Heritage Week. This annual event will draw 60,000 visitors in 2019 to the historic Port of New London waterfront including individuals and families who experience unique tours aboard a fleet of boats including U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard ships and historic schooners. Festival events include a U.S. Coast Guard Search & Rescue Demonstration, a “Meet the Crew” party, Family STEM & Infotainment Zone, Family Arts & Fun Zone, live music, a burning of Benedict Arnold by costumed reenactors, a children’s fishing event at Fort Trumbull, and the 7th annual “Chowder Challenge.”




[1:00pm] Glastonbury: Annual Farm Day
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This fun-filled day includes historic demonstrations including weaving, colonial crafts, games featuring sack races, bobbing for apples, a scavenger hunt, a petting zoo, and much more. More info: 860-633-6890

[1:00pm] New Haven: 15th on the 15th
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Celebrate the 15th anniversary of Site Project bringing world class public art to New Haven. Fun filled day with live music, dance performances, dancing, fashions, films, photography, trolley rides, hands-on art, challenges, games, and more. **EVENT IS FREE BUT YOU MUST RESERVE SPACE**

[1:00pm] Stratford: Latin Music Festival
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Kick off Hispanic Heritage month with music, food and dancing.

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