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Bran­ford: “In­vis­i­ble Struc­tures in Art,” by Joanna Stu­art, Mar­a­lyn Adlin, Adger Cowans, through Sept. 29, 10a.m.-8p.m., Con­necti­cut Hospice, 100Dou­ble Beach Road, 203-3874933, azoth­gallery@com­, azoth­ Ch­ester: 8th an­nual fall ex­hibit with 56artists, through Nov. 12, free, Maple and Main Gallery, 1Maple St., 860-526-6065, maple­and­main­ Madi­son: Bran­ford’s Molly S. McDon­ald ex­hibit, through Oct. 24, open­ing re­cep­tion Sept. 17, 2-4 p.m., Mary C. Daly RSM Art Gallery at Mercy by the Sea, 167Neck Road, 203-245-0401, Ext. 111, mer­cy­bythe­ Middletown: Sasha Ru­den­sky: Acts and Il­lu­sions, through Dec. 10, free, open to the public, with gallery talk, Wes­leyan Univer­sity’s Dav­i­son Art Cen­ter, 860-685-3355, wes­leyan. edu/cfa. Mil­ford: “Here, There, and Ev­ery­where,” works by Mil­ford artist Colleen Reilly-Rees, through Oct. 3, free, light re­fresh­ments, Gilded Lily Gallery, 101River St., 203-8787007, gild­edlily­ Mys­tic: “The Art of Row­ing” ex­hi­bi­tion and sale, through Sept. 17, Mar­itime Gallery at Mys­tic Sea­port, 47 Green­manville Ave., 860-572-5388, gallery@mys­tic­sea­ Mys­tic: “The Plein Air Pain­ters of the Mar­itime Gallery Ex­hi­bi­tion and Sale,” through Sept. 17, free, Mys­tic Sea­port Mar­itime Gallery, 47 Green­manville Ave., 860-572-5388, mys­tic­sea­­itime-art­gallery. New Haven: Gallery talk: “Play­ing Im­ages,” Sept. 17, 3p.m., ex­plo­ration of mu­sic and art with the Haven String Quar­tet and Yale Univer­sity Art Gallery’s Jes­sica Sack, Yale Univer­sity Art Gallery, 1111Chapel St.

New Haven: “Gath­er­ings,” an ex­hi­bi­tion of fig­u­ra­tive mono­prints by Michael Zack, through Oct. 1, artist talk Oct. 1, 2p.m., free, City Gallery, 994State St., 203-782-2489, city­

New Haven: “Things of Beauty Grow­ing,” Bri­tish Stu­dio Pot­tery, through Dec. 3, Yale Cen­ter for Bri­tish Art, 1080Chapel St., 203-4322800,

West­brook: Clin­ton Art So­ci­ety artists show, through Oct. 29, free, Zahn Com­mu­nity Gallery, Mid­dle­sex Hos­pi­tal Shore­line Med­i­cal Cen­ter.


Old Say­brook: Es­tu­ary Coun­cil of Se­niors trip to New York’s Botan­i­cal Gar­dens, Sept. 19, $115, roundtrip mo­tor-coach trans­porta­tion, lunch at Ann & Tony’s Restau­rant, ad­mis­sion, Es­tu­ary Coun­cil, 220Main St., 860-388-1611, Ext. 204.


Bran­ford: 4th an­nual “Broad­way in Bran­ford” with Norm Lewis, Sept. 17, 6p.m., pay what you can, Owenego Inn & Beach Club, 40Lin­den Ave., 203-488-3805, lega­cythe­atrect. org.

Ch­ester: “Dar­ling Gre­na­dine,” through Sept. 17, 8p.m., Ter­ris The­atre, 33N. Main St., 860-8738668, good­

New Haven: “Small Mouth Sounds,” through Sept. 24, $29and up, Long Wharf The­atre, Stage II, 222 Sar­gent Drive, 203-787-4282, long­


An­so­nia: Mon­day night trail run, Mon­days through Sept. 25, 5:306:30p.m.,

free, An­so­nia Na­ture & Re­cre­ation Cen­ter, 10Deer­field Lane, 203-736-1053, ansna­turectr@ an­so­ni­

An­so­nia: Fam­ily or­ganic gar­den program, Tues­days through Nov. 28, free, An­so­nia Na­ture & Re­cre­ation Cen­ter, 10Deer­field Lane, 203-7361053, ansna­turectr@an­so­ni­

An­so­nia: Guided hikes with an An­so­nia Na­ture Cen­ter park ranger, Sun­days, 1p.m., free, An­so­nia Na­ture & Re­cre­ation Cen­ter, 10Deer­field Lane, 203-736-1053, ansna­turectr@an­so­ni­

East Haven: New Haven Bird Club Walk, farm river birds & botany, Sept. 17, 9a.m., free, meet at Farm River State Park, 116Short Beach Road, Route 142, 908-328-5563,, newhaven­bird­

Had­dam: Day­time cruises with RiverQuest Cruises, Mon­days/Wed­nes­days/Thurs­days, 11:30a.m., 1:30 p.m., Tree Swal­low Sun­set Cruises, through Oct. 1, tick­ets re­quired,

Ham­den: Sleep­ing Gi­ant Park As­so­ci­a­tion, Bio­di­ver­sity hike, Sept. 17, 1:30p.m., free, 3- to 4-hour hike, de­velop a bet­ter aware­ness of eco­log­i­cal con­cepts and a work­ing per­spec­tive of bio­di­ver­sity and the com­plex in­ter­re­la­tion­ships among an­i­mals, plants, and the many dif­fer­ent habi­tats within the Sleep­ing Gi­ant Park, meet at the bul­letin board by the kiosk near the park en­trance, sg­panews.word­,

Madi­son: The Audubon Shop’s an­nual fall bird walk se­ries, Satur­days through Nov. 8, 8-10:30a.m., $5, Ham­monas­sett Beach State Park, meet at 7:30at the Audubon Shop, 907Bos­ton Post Road, bring binoc­u­lars or rent for $4, 203-245-9056.

New Haven: New Haven Bird Club’s an­nual Mi­gra­tion Fes­ti­val, Sept. 17, 8a.m.-3p.m., free, hawk watch­ing, bird band­ing, live rap­tor demon­stra­tions, bird walks, Light­house Point Park, 2Light­house Road, 203-9466086,, newhaven­bird­

New Haven: New Haven Bird Club bird count, Hawk Watch, Light­house Point Park, daily through Dec. 31, 7 a.m., free, meet at the Hawk Watch park­ing lot, Light­house Point Park, 2 Light­house Road, 203-393-0694, rs­d­mayo@sbc­, newhaven­bird­


Bran­ford: Jeff Fuller, Dr. Gary Grippo, The Brasile Fam­ily, Sept. 23, noon-3p.m., at the Shore­line Har­vest Art Fes­ti­val, Bran­ford Cen­ter Green.

Bran­ford: Mu­si­cal Art So­ci­ety of Bran­ford, ac­cor­dion­ists Mary Tokarski and Nathan Chapeton, Sept. 24, 3p.m., free, Stony Creek Con­gre­ga­tional Church, 203-481-6952, 203-484-5095, mary.tokarski@ com­

Bran­ford: Jeff Fuller, Tony Lo­mar­dozzi, ev­ery fourth Sun­day, next show Sept. 24, 6-9p.m., Home, 1114 Main St., 203-483-5896, home­bran­, home­r­estau­

Guil­ford: Jeff Fuller, Dr. Gary Grippo, The Brasile Fam­ily, Sept. 17, noon-3 p.m., Qu­at­tro’s Ital­ian Restau­rant & Bar, 14Water St.

Ham­den: Will Dai­ley, Alex2E, Sept. 19, 7p.m., $12-$15, 18-plus, The Ball­room at The Outer Space, 295 Tread­well St., 203-288-6400, man­icp­re­

Ham­den: Liars, Bam­bara, Sept. 20, 7p.m., $18-$20, The Ball­room at The Outer Space, 295Tread­well St., 203-288-6400, man­icp­re­sents. com. Ham­den: Juke­box the Ghost, Se­cret

Weapons, Sept. 21, 7p.m., $20-$22, The Ball­room at The Outer Space, 295Tread­well St., 203-288-6400, man­icp­re­

Ham­den: The Brevet, Static Charmer, Fish House, The Como Broth­ers, Sept. 21, 7p.m., $10-$12, The Space, 295Tread­well St., 288-6400, man­icp­re­

Ham­den: Matt Pond PA, Wild Pink, J. Rus­sell and the Split Coils (mem­r­cuit), bers of Hot Rod Cir­cuit). Sept. 23, 8 p.m., $15, The Ball­room at The Outer Space, 295Tread­well St., 6400, man­icp­re­

Ham­den: The Gal­va­nized Jazz Band plays Dix­ieland at Aunt Chi­ladas, ev­ery third Sun­day, next show Sept. 24, 6-8p.m., no cover, no min­i­mum, 3931Whit­ney Ave.., 203-230-4640, auntchi­, gal­va­nized­jazz. com.

Hartford: Laid Back Fes­ti­val, Jacke son Browne, Steve Win­wood, Pe­ter Wolf, Jaimoe’s Jassz Band, Sept. 23, 5p.m., $32.50-$125, Xfin­ity The­atre, 61Savitt Way, 800-745om. 3000, livena­

Madi­son: Mu­sic at the Meet­ingn house se­ries, Glenn Miller Orches­tra, Sept. 17, 3p.m., $25-$95, First Con­gre­ga­tional Church of Madi­son, 26Meet­ing­house Lane, 203-245madi­ 2739, ext. 21, fc­c­madi­

Middletown: Khalif & Charles Neville, Sept. 22, 8p.m., $20, The But­ton­wood Tree Per­form­ing Arts & Cul­tural Cen­ter, 605Main St., 347-4957, but­ton­

Middletown: Jazz pi­anist Las­zlo Gar­dony (al­bum re­lease party for “Se­ri­ous Play”), Sept. 23, 8p.m., $15, The But­ton­wood Tree Per­for­mCen­ter, ing Arts & Cul­tural Cen­ter 605Main St., 860-347-4957, but­ton­ org.

New Haven: Manic Mon­days, David Liebe Hart, The Zam­bo­nis, Dust Hat, Sept. 18, 7p.m., free w/RSVP, $5at door, 21-plus, Cafe Nine, 250State St., man­icp­re­, cafe­nine. com. New Haven: Pix­ies, Sun­flower Bean, Sept. 19, 7p.m., $45-$55, Col­lege Street Mu­sic Hall, 238Col­lege St., man­icp­re­ col­legestreet7-987-6487. mu­, 877-987-6478. New Haven: Oneppo Cham­ber Muno sic Se­ries, Brentano String Quar­tet, Sept. 19, 7:30p.m. ., $26/stu­dents $13, Morse Recital Hall at Sprague Hall, 470Col­lege St., 203-432edu. 4158, mu­ New Haven: The Fab Faux, The Hogshead Horns & Crème Tan­ger­ine Strings, Sept. 22, 7p.m., $55-$85, Col­lege Street Mu­sic Hall, 238 Col­lege St., man­icp­re­ col­legestreet­mu­, 877987-6487.

New Haven: Oh Won­der, Jaymes Young, Sept. 23, 7p.m., $20-$22, Col­lege Street Mu­sic Hall, 238 Col­lege St., man­icp­re­, col­legestreet­mu­, 877987-6487. New Haven: Yale Sym­phony Orches­tra, over­ture to “West Side Story,” Sept. 23, 8p.m., $12/stu­dents $3, Woolsey Hall, 500Col­lege St., 203-436-4840, mu­ New Haven: Manic Mon­days, Thomas Wynn & the Be­liev­ers, Rath­borne, Mercy Choir, Sept. 25, 7p.m., free w/ RSVP, $5at door, 21-plus, Cafe Nine, 250State St., man­icp­re­, cafe­

North Bran­ford: Su­san Knapp, Sept. 18, 7:30p.m., free, Evergreen Woods Com­mu­nity Build­ing au­di­to­rium, 88Notch Hill Road, RSVP to 203-483-3224, bben­n­mi­

North Bran­ford: 60’s Sat­is­fac­tion con­cert, Sept. 25, 7:30p.m., free, Evergreen Woods Com­mu­nity Build­ing au­di­to­rium, 88Notch Hill Road, RSVP to 203-483-3224, bben­n­mi­

Old Say­brook: Al Ste­wart, Sept. 21, 7:30p.m., $44and up, Katharine Hep­burn Cul­tural Arts Cen­ter, 300 Main St., 877-503-1286, thekate. org. Old Say­brook: The Young Dublin­ers, Sept. 22, 8p.m., $30/$35, Katharine Hep­burn Cul­tural Arts Cen­ter, 300Main St., 877-503-1286,

Old Say­brook: Tusk: Ul­ti­mate Fleet­wood Mac Trib­ute, Sept. 23, 8 p.m., $36/$39, Katharine Hep­burn Cul­tural Arts Cen­ter, 300Main St., 877-503-1286,

Walling­ford: Yes fea­tur­ing Jon An­der­son, Trevor Rabin and Rick Wake­man, Sept. 23, 7:30p.m., $37-$100, Oak­dale The­atre, 95S. Turn­pike Road, 800-745-3000, oak­


Madi­son: “See Dif­fer­ently” trans­for­ma­tional film se­ries and dis­cus­sion on racism and colo­nial­ism, Fri­days from Sept. 22-Oct. 20, 6:30-9:30p.m., and Oct. 7, 12:303:30p.m., free, with food, Shore­line Uni­tar­ian Univer­sal­ist So­ci­ety, 297 Bos­ton Post Road, 203-245-9720, jan­i­na­

Old Say­brook: Kate Clas­sic: “The Philadel­phia Story,” Sept. 19, 2and 7 p.m., $8, Katharine Hep­burn Cul­tural Arts Cen­ter, 300Main St., 877-5031286,

Old Say­brook: Lead­ing Le­gends film se­ries, “The Great Gatsby,” Sept. 22, 1p.m., free with pop­corn and post-film dis­cus­sion, Ac­ton Public Li­brary, 60Old Bos­ton Post Road, 860-395-3184, ac­ton­li­brary. org.


New Haven: Greek Cul­tural Fair, Sept. 21-24, 11a.m.-6p.m. (11a.m.4p.m. Sept. 24), free ad­mis­sion/ park­ing, food, Greek mar­ket, church tours, rain or shine, St. Basil Greek Ortho­dox Church, 1Tower Lane, 203-387-9504, 302-606-2240.

New Haven: Fall Free for All in New Haven’s Arts District, Sept. 23, noon-4p.m., free, sam­ple classes, live shows, face paint­ing, demon­stra­tions, food, shopping.

North Haven: Knit­ting group, 1st and 3rd Thurs­days, next meet­ing Sept. 21, 1-3p.m., free, North Haven Me­mo­rial Li­brary, 17Elm St., 203239-5803, north­haven­li­

North Haven: 16th an­nual North Haven Ro­tary Wine & Roses fundraiser, Sept. 24, noon-5p.m., live mu­sic, buf­fet, 70-90wines, For­get Me Not Flower Shop, 39State St., nhro­tary­wine­an­droses.eventbrite. com.

Strat­ford: Cor­sair Restora­tion Ben­e­fit Car Show, Sept. 17, 10a.m.4p.m., free, Stanziale’s Restau­rant, 595Main St.,­pSaF.

West Haven: 4th an­nual car show for Fisher House, Sept. 17, 10a.m.-2 p.m., $10, food, mu­sic, raf­fles, bake sale, face-paint­ing for kids, West Haven Ital­ian Amer­i­can Civic As­so­ci­a­tion, 85Chase Lane.


Derby: Photo ex­hi­bi­tion fea­tur­ing celebri­ties who lec­tured/per­formed at the Ster­ling Opera House, through Oct. 31, 500Hawthorne Ave., 203734-2513,

East Haven: “Sher­lock Holmes and The Ad­ven­ture of The Speck­led Band” will be per­formed as a live ra­dio play, Sept. 22, 7p.m., with light re­fresh­ments, reg­is­tra­tion nec­es­sary, 203-468-3890, haga­man­li­ Middletown: Any­thing Goes Open Mic and Mo­ments of Grat­i­tude, Mon­days, next show Sept. 18, 7-10 p.m., $5, signup at 6:30, But­ton­wood Tree Per­form­ing Arts & Cul­tural Cen­ter, 605Main St., 860347-4957.

Middletown: Wes­leyan Pot­ters Gallery Shop presents “To­gether in Art­ful Clay,” through Sept. 24, free, func­tional pot­tery by hus­band-and­wife pot­ters John Ma­comber and Pat Burke, 350S. Main St., 860347-5925, wes­leyan­pot­

New Haven: “Van­ish­ing,” an ex­hi­bi­tion of pho­to­graphs by Pen­rhyn and Rod Cook, through Oct. 8, artist talk and clos­ing re­cep­tion Oct. 7, 3p.m., free, Kehler Lid­dell Gallery, 873Whal­ley Ave., 203-389-9555, kehler­lid­dell­

New Haven: One-man show, “The Art (Bel­lucci) of Teddey Brown,” Sept. 22-23, 8p.m., Sept. 24, 3p.m., $25, Lyric Hall Theater, 827Whal­ley Ave., 203-389-8885, lyrichall­

New Haven: “World War I: Be­yond the Front Lines,” through Dec. 30, 2018, free, Knights of Colum­bus Mu­seum, 1State St., 203-8650400, kofc­mu­

Or­ange: Pho­tog­ra­phy show fea­tur­ing the works of Paula Wood Es­pos­ito, through Sept. 30, Case Me­mo­rial li­brary, 176Tyler City Road, 2nd floor ex­hi­bi­tion room, 203-891-2170.

Strat­ford: Emery Roth II, “Brazen Grit: Im­ages Of Brass Val­ley,” through Oct. 31, free, Strat­ford Li­brary, main lobby, 2203Main St., 203-385-4162, strat­fordli­

Walling­ford: Shop­kins Live on Stage, Sept. 22, 6:30p.m., $35, Oak­dale The­atre, 95S. Turn­pike Road, 800-745-3000, oak­


Fair­field: TV Warm-Up Comics show with Joey Kola, Tracey Locke, Mike Bur­ton, Pe­ter Bales, Sept.16, 8 p.m., $30, Fair­field Theater Com­pany’s StageOne, 70Stan­ford Road, 203-268-5857, 203-259-1036, tree­house­c­om­, fair­fieldthe­ West­port: Ben Bai­ley, Ar­tie Rob, Tom Ste­wart, Sept. 23, 7and 9:15 p.m., $27.50, Tree­house Com­edy Club, be­low Bistro B, West­port Inn, 1595Post Road E., 203-268-5857, tree­house­c­om­


Clin­ton: Clin­ton Art Gallery po­etry place Sun­day se­ries, with a read­ing by po­ets Mar­i­lyn Nel­son, Srini Man­davilli and John Stanizzi and open mic, Sept. 17, 2p.m., free, with re­fresh­ments, Lau­rel Ann Ol­cott Art Cen­ter, 20E. Main St., tren­tham@ com­

East Haven: Dr. Mary Lynn New­port, “Pre­sen­ta­tion on the Con­sti­tu­tion,” Sept. 19, 6:30-8p.m., free, Haga­man

Me­mo­rial Li­brary, 227Main St., 203-468-3890, haga­man­li­

Es­sex: Jim Barnes talk on his­toric houses from mid-19th cen­tury to early 20th cen­tury, Sept. 22, 7 p.m. free, The Cube at Cen­ter­brook Ar­chi­tects’ of­fices, 67Main St., Cen­ter­brook, RSVP to Es­sex Li­brary 860-767-1560.

Ham­den: F.W. de Klerk’s for­mer chief of staff David Ste­ward lecture, “Democ­racy, Con­sti­tu­tions, and Hu­man Rights: South Africa’s Jour­ney from Apartheid to Non-racial Con­sti­tu­tional Democ­racy,” Sept. 21, 7p.m., free, Quin­nip­iac Univer­sity, Mount Carmel Au­di­to­rium, 275 Mount Carmel Ave., 203-582-8652.

Madi­son: Ju­liana Gray, “A Strange Scot­tish Shore,” Sept. 19, 7p.m., free, reg­is­tra­tion, R.J. Ju­lia Book­sellers, 768Bos­ton Post Road, 203245-3959, rjju­

Madi­son: Young adult author panel with Ann Brashares, “The Whole Thing To­gether”; Julie Buxbaum, “What to Say Next”; E. Lock­hart, “Gen­uine Fraud”; Jen­nifer E. Smith, “Wind­fall”; Kara Thomas, “Lit­tle Mon­sters,” Sept. 19, 7p.m., free, reg­is­tra­tion, R.J. Ju­lia Book­sellers, 768Bos­ton Post Road, 203-2453959, rjju­

Madi­son: R.J. Ju­lia Book­sellers and the Madi­son Beach Ho­tel pre­sent Jacques Pepin: “A Grand­fa­ther’s Les­son: In the Kitchen with Shorey,” mod­er­ated by Rox­anne Coady, Sept. 24, 4p.m., $35in­cludes book, Madi­son Beach Ho­tel, 94West Wharf Road, 203-245-3959, rjju­

Middletown: Se­bas­tian Barry, “Days Without End,” Sept. 20, 7p.m., free, Wes­leyan R.J. Ju­lia Book­store, 413 Main St., 860-685-3939, wes­­li­a­book­store.

New Haven: Cor­mac O’Mal­ley speaks on “Ernie O’Mal­ley: Ir­ish Rebel, Author, Ob­server,” Sept. 19, 7:30 p.m., free, Knights of St. Pa­trick Hall, 1533State St., 203-288-9035.

North Bran­ford: Dr. Jared Day talk on “Bi­og­ra­phy of Amer­ica,” Sept. 22and 29, 3p.m., free, Evergreen Woods Com­mu­nity Build­ing au­di­to­rium, 88Notch Hill Road, RSVP to 203-483-3224, bben­n­mi­randi@

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