Things to Do - July 2018
July 29-31, 2018

Sunday, July 29, 2018

Monthly Family Breakfast
Sunday, July 29  ~  8:00-10:00 am
Goshen Church of Christ Congregational
 5 Old Middle St., Goshen
 $7.00 per Adult
 $3.50 per Child under 12
 in the Parish Hall, Church of Christ
 5 Old Middle St., Goshen, CT 06756
 860.491.2793

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Litchfield Jazz Festival
Sunday, July 29 ~ 10:00 am - 8:30 pm
Goshen Fairgrounds
10:00 am - Kris Allen Trio
1:45 pm - Doug Munro & Le Pompe Attack
w/ Matthew Westerby Company Dancers
3:30 pm - Orrin Evans
5:45 pm - Emmet Cohen Trio w/ Jimmy Cobb
7:30 pm - Jane Bunnett & Maqueque

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Warren Town-wide Picnic
Sunday, July 29 ~ 1:00 - 4:00 pm
Warren Town Beach
Come join us for a Town-wide picnic at Warren Town Beach.
The Parks and Recreation Department will provide food from the
grill and a DJ to entertain so bring your favorite salad, dessert etc.
and enjoy some community fellowship. Please refer to the town website
 for additional information. Note, the rain date for the event is Sunday August 12

For more information, please contact
Warren Parks and Recreation
at 860-868-7881 ext 113

Monday, July 30, 2018
Continuing Activities - Mondays

Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Continuing Activities - Tuesdays

"Wee Discoverers" Summer Nature Camp
Tuesday, July 31 ~ 9:30-11:30 am
White Memorial Conservation Center
This weekly two-hour series for 4 & 5 year-olds features
stories, songs, crafts, games, and outdoor adventures
that introduce young ones to the wonders of nature!

Sign up by session or for all 5 sessions.
Meet in Nature Museum Children's Corner. 9:30 - 11:30am.
Pre-registration and pre-payment are required.
Please call 860-567-0857
Space is limited!
Members: $15/session, Non-members: $25/session

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A Life of Sorrow:
The Life & Times of Carter Stanley
Performed by Gary Reid
Tuesday, July 31 ~ 7:00-8:00 pm
Oliver Wolcott Library
For the uninitiated, Carter Stanley was an expressive singer
and songwriter.  As the front man for the legendary Stanley Brothers duo,
 he spent the best 20 years of his life pounding the pavement to take
his gift to anyone who would listen.  By 1966, he was tired.  
But...he had a story to tell! Join Gary Reid as he uses a mix of storytelling
and music to bring to life the saga of a Mountain Music Treasure.
Oliver Wolcott Library events are free and open to the public.
Space is limited. Registration is required.
or call 860-567-8030.