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Happening this Week

Happening this Week

by CHARLOTTE PENROSE

MRS. MAISEL’S MARVELOUS COCKTAIL HOUR
March 9th, Friday 6-9PM

Enjoy this hands-on workshop at Hunt Hill Farm inspired by the characters and era of the hit TV show The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.The late-50s throwback menu includes the perfect hors d’oeuvres and canapés to complement the show—like Lobster Newburg Fondue and Salmon Mousse Canapés. The event is BYOB so you can enjoy these taste treats in the spirit that they were meant to be enjoyed. $105.
Hunt Hill Farm. 44 Upland Road. New Milford CT. 860.355.0300


BIG ELM’S NEW BREW: RELEASE PARTY AND FILM SCREENING
March 8th, Friday, 7-10:30PM

To celebrate the release of Big Elm’s “Leon” Milk Stout, Boondocks Film Society will be putting on an incredible night with food, music and drink all centered around their screening of LEON: The Professional featuring a young Natalie Portman. The society has launched a series of events that centers around critically acclaimed yet challenging films, screened in the most interesting venues. Much more than a night out at the movies, the experience is enhanced by film-inspired Italian sandwiches from 20 Railroad Street, live music set to the mood by the Lucky 5’s Jonathan Talbott and, of course, a brand new stout. $12 Advance, $14 Night of.
Big Elm Brewing. 65 Silver Street. Sheffield MA. 413.229.2348
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A WALK IN THE WOODS: PLAY AT BARTERING
March 9th, Saturday, 2PM and 7:30PM

The Aglet Theatre Company will be doing a reading of Lee Blessing’s classic A Walk in the Woods, a Pulitzer Prize nominee for Drama. On the outskirts of Geneva in a pleasant woods, a Russian and an American arms negotiator meet informally after many frustrating hours at the bargaining table. The seasoned Russian and idealistic American develop a relationship over the year of negotiations and attempt to bridge their opposing sides and views. Arrive early for complimentary beverages and refreshments and stay after for a discussion of the work. $40 Adults, $20 Students.
Dewey Memorial Hall. 91 Main Street. Sheffield MA. 860.435.6928
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BACH & FRIENDS: CHAMBER TIME
March 10th, Sunday, 3PM

Salisbury Sinfonietta professional chamber orchestra is presenting the music of J.S. Bach. The program includes Brandenburg Concert #5 with Jackson Kohl (harpsichord), Quantz Flute Concertowith Kim Collins, Frederick The Great Symphony #1 in G Major and Fantasy & Fugue in G Minor for organ with Jack Bowman. $25 Adults, $10 Children.
Salisbury Congregational Church. 30 Main Street. Salisbury CT. 860.435.244
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CRYSTAL SINGING BOWLS: CLEAR HEARTS AND MINDS
March 11th, Monday, 7 - 8:30PM

Allow yourself to be completely immersed with soothing, deeply nourishing, healing and empowering sound vibrations resonating from the chakra crystal singing bowls. The bowls enhance meditation, intuition, relaxation and help balance your chakra system. During this session all are welcome to benefit from the singing bowl experience and arrive at a place where healing the mind and body can begin. $20.
Whiting Mills. 210 Hollabird Avenue / 100 Whiting Street. Winsted CT. 860.309.6934



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