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Your ONE CLICK for everything CT Jul. 13th, 2005 @ 10:57 pm
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http://www.ctbound.org/Events/

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Current Mood: cheerfulcheerful

South Eastern CT Summer Guide: AUGUST ACTIVITYS Jul. 6th, 2005 @ 04:32 pm
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South Eastern CT SummerGuide AUGUST:

7 Slavic Dinner
Holy New Martyrs Church in Norwich offers a tasteful summer evening (5 to 7) of Slavic food (i.e borscht, stuffed cabbage, tec) 859-2287 for more info.

6-7 Waterfront Art Show
Waterfront Park in New London hosts fine art show, consisting of origional paintings, photography pastels, sculptures, performing arts. 442-8044 for more info.

13-14 Mystic Outdoor Art Festival
In its 48th year (oldest outdoor art festival in north east) more than 300 artists will proudly display incredible amounts of work ( nearly 108,000 individual pieces) along quaint streets of downtown Mystic. Entertainment, Childrens art park, artwork of local students are highlights! 572-9578 for more info.

17 River Glow
Bonfires on the river cast excitement in downtown westerly , pawcatuck. 800-732-7636 for more info.

20 Grange Fair
Norwich Grange hosts the fun filled old fashioned 85th annual grange fair. FREE 10 to 6 889-9598 for more info.

20-21 Exposition of Antique Marine engines
Maritime travel accelerated with transition from wind pushed sialed to engine power for ships. American and Canadian collectors of antique marine engines spotlight their hobby at the Mystic Seaport 9 to 5 888-Seaport for more info.

25-28 BROOKLYN FAIR (A NATIONAL TRADITION!)
The 156th Annual fair livings up the town of Brooklyn. 779-0012 for more info

26-29 Schemitzun Powow (Pronounced Skee Mitz Un)
More than 500 American Indian Tribes will meet in North Stoninginton FOXWOODS CASINO! in one of the nations largest powwows. Native dancing and drumming, bullriding , food, and arts and crafts for starters! 800-224-CORN for more information
Current Mood: refreshedGo ENJOY

JULY SUMMER SCHEDUAL FOR SOUTH EASTERN CT Jul. 6th, 2005 @ 04:15 pm
shadwkat69
Southeastern CT Summer guide for JULY:

7-10 Agricultural Fair
North Stonington Fairgrounds hosts multifaceted 41st annual Agricultural
Fair. First big such fair in area. Something interesting for everyone.
535-2877 for more information.

9-10 Old Saybrook Muster
A parade down Main St in Old Saybrook on Saturday will follow a Friday filled
with proud marches and fine playing of fife and drum corps. 388-3266 for more info.

8-10 SAILFEST
New London’s home to one of the East's biggest events. It not only will
spotlight one of the nation's best fireworks displays Saturday night. Diverse
entertainment, amusement rides and much more make it memorable. FREE
444-1879 for more info OR www.sailfest.org

8-10 Hygienic Outdoor Art Bazaar
Artists tents, live entertainment diverse artwork takes to the streets of New
London.

10 Historic Gardens Day
Florence Griswold Museum in Lyme invites people to scout around this
incredibly scenic area which once inspired American Impressionist painters.
434-5543 for more information.

16-17 Eastern CT Antique Auto Show
Dodd Stadium in Norwich, normally home to baseballs Navigators, will host
CT's largest antique and classic car show in its 20th year. A car auction, food,
and prizes. 464-7373 for more info.

16-17 Wine and Seafood Festival
Stonington Vineyards will provide two interesting afternoons of wine tasting
wine cellar tours, live music, and appetizing food. FREE 535-1222 for more
info.

23 Broadway Pops
CT Colleges Palmer Theater hosts popular New Haven Symphony Orchestra .
Vocalists sing Broadway tunes as well! 442-9199 for more info.

23-24 Antique and Classic Boat Rendezvous
Mystic River will be floating festive home for antique and classic wooden
boats and sailboats. Boat crews colorfully costumed at mystic seaport.
888-Seaport for more info.

29-30 Old Lyme Midsummer Art Festival
Old Lyme showcases original artwork for its 18th straight year! Many
activities (live performances, gourmet market etc) at Florence Griswold
Museum, Lyme art Association, Lyme Academy of Fine arts. Student artwork a highlight. FREE 434-5542 for more info

29-31 Ct Traditional Jazz Festival
Great jazz artists, barbecue, parade, free dance lessons, liven up Moodus
Sunrise Resort. 873-1249 for more info

30-31 Old Saybrook Art and Craft Show
More than 200 talented artists and crafters, mostly from east coast. Held on
main st town green in old saybrook 10 to 5

31-AUG 1st MELVILLE READING
Aboard the worlds last wooden whale ship ( Charles W Morgan) Herman
Melville’s classic Moby Dick passionately read. Event in celebration of
Melville’s birthday is a marathon as reading to transpire over 24 hours.
888-seaport for more information.
Current Mood: hopefulGo Enjoy!
Current Music: Will Smith: Would You Love me

The Spirit of Broadway PRESENTS: May. 19th, 2005 @ 06:54 pm
shadwkat69
June 22-July 17,2005
SPIRITS!
From the depths of an abandoned church, characters emerge from the shadows to tell their stories and seek peace. As stories are told, we become witness to the struggles of humanity between good and evil, peace and conflict, and how we must break the circle of revenge that is initiated by a horrible act. This world premiere musical combines strong characters and moving stories with a powerful pop score that will tuch, move and even heal the hardest of hearts. This uplifting and inspiring musical tells a timely tale of redemption, salvation and enlightenment.

AUDIENCE: HIGH SCHOOL AND UP!

CALL FOR TICKETS: Adult $25 Seniors and students $20
860-886-2378
www.spiritofbradway.org

SPECIAL EVENTS:

Black Tie Opening Night Gala: Saturday june 25
7pm Gourmet buffet
8 pm Show
Meet the playwrights and the director
All seats $75

Page2Stage Matinee
Sunday June26
1:30 PM Preshow discussion with the playwrights
"The Genesis of SPIRITS"
2pm Show
Following performance, discussion with the director and cast

Social Services Night at The Spirit
Thursday July7
7:30 Pre show reception
8pm show
Present your ID badge (or any worker id)from any social service organization and we'll sell you one discounted ticket for this life changing musical!
Ticket with ID: $17.50

Downtown Night at the spirit
Wensday July 13
7pm Beverages, light refreshments, raffel prizes
8pm Show
Work in downtown norwich? Live in downtown norwich? We want to celebrate the energy that helps move the downtown and gives it energy. Present proof of your employment at a downtown buisness or of your residence in the downtown area and we'll sell you a discounted ticket!
Tickets with ID $20

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The Spirit of Broadway Theater is an AMAZING Intimate theater with a quite setting in the heart of Downtown Norwich! The shows are spectacular and actualy take place around you in such a way as to make you feel you are part of the show! I reccomend this playhouse to anyone visiting norwich as well as longtime residents of the area!
CATCH THE SPIRIT!! I hope to see you at the SPIRIT OF BROADWAY!!
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