ACC Spring Event Guide 2019 and Member Directory

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Spring

2020

Arts & Culture Events

in our 16-Town Region

April, May, June 2020

Promoting•Connecting•Collaborating•Advocating . . . for the Arts!

inside

Also the guide!

Member Directory

Summer Arts Camp Ideas


pARTner Directory

ART - VISUAL FINE ART, DESIGN

AIR BORNE CREATIONS

203-913-3883 www.airbornecreations.com

CHESHIRE ART LEAGUE

P.O. Box 522, Cheshire, CT 06410

203-281-0228 www.cheshireartleague.com

FINE ARTS CONNECTION OF THOMASTON

P.O. Box 355

158 Main St., Thomaston, CT 06787

860-283-2155 www.thomastonfinearts.com

JT ART & DESIGN

P.O. Box 1903, Naugatuck, CT 06770

203-577-7233 www.jt-artanddesign.com

JULIA LECLAIR

203-419-0476

Julialeclair.myportfolio.com

PORTRAITS BY SHAWNALEE

artist@shawnalee.com

203-598-0065 www.shawnalee.com

ARTS ORGANIZATIONS

ARTS ALLIANCE OF WOODBURY

P.O. Box 874, Woodbury, CT 06798

203-819-3767

www.artsallianceofwoodbury.org

ARTSPLACE

1220 Waterbury Rd., Cheshire, CT 06410

203-272-2787 www.artsplacecheshirect.org

ARTS ESCAPE, INC.

88 Main Street South, Southbury, CT 06488

203-586-1474 www.artsescape.org

OXFORD CULTURAL ARTS COMMISSION

P.O. Box 532, Oxford, CT 06478

203-881-6085 www.oxfordculturalarts.org

VALLEY ARTS COUNCIL

256 Main St., Ansonia, CT 06401

203-516-0822 www.valleyartscouncil.org

ART - SPECIALIZED CRAFTERS

EARTHSHIP STUDIOS

34 Brook St. Waterbury, CT 06702

203-528-3000 earthshipstudios.com

GLASS SOURCE STUDIOS & GALLERY

18 Bank St., Seymour, CT 06483

203-888-1616 www.theglasssource.com

GPC DESIGNS

www.facebook.com/GPCDesignsMegLuddy

NAUGATUCK GARDEN CLUB

P.O. Box 672 Naugatuck, CT 06770

www.facebook.com/NaugatuckGardenClub

OGHAM ART

Southington, CT 06489

860-426-2881 www.oghamart.com

COACHING

ELECTRIFIC SOLUTIONS

710 Main St. S. Suite 971 Southbury, CT 06488

203-910-8988 carolyn@carolynfinch.com

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS

HISPANIC COALITION OF GREATER WATERBURY

135 E. Liberty St., Waterbury, CT 06706

203-754-6172 www.thehispaniccoalition.org

MAIN STREET WATERBURY

83 Bank St., Waterbury, CT 06702

203-757-0701, Ext. 302

www.mainstreetwaterbury.com

WATERBURY ARTS & TOURISM COMMISSION

236 Grand Street, Waterbury, CT 06702

203-574-6712

www.ctvisit.com/listings/city-waterbury

WATERBURY REGIONAL CHAMBER

83 Bank St Waterbury, CT 06702

203-757-0701 www.waterburychamber.com

DANCE

BRASS CITY BALLET

1255 Middlebury Rd., Middlebury, CT 06762

203-598-0186 www.brasscityballet.org

CONNECTICUT DANCE ALLIANCE

233 Pearl St. #6, Hartford, CT 06103

860-673-1728 www.ctdanceall.org

KIVA DANCE COLLECTIVE

203-577-4560 www.kivadancecollective.com

MAIN STREET BALLET

124 S. Pomperaug Ave., Woodbury, CT 06798

203-263-5107 www.mainstreetballet.com

WOODBURY BALLET COMPANY

Middle Quarter Mall

706 Main Street Woodbury, CT 06798

203-263-0313 www.woodburyballet.com

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION OR DEPT.

NAUGATUCK VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

750 Chase Parkway, Waterbury, CT 06708

203-575-8193 www.nv.edu

OSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTE AT

UCONN WATERBURY

99 East Main St., Waterbury, CT 06702

203-236-9924 www.waterbury.uconn.edu/osher

POST UNIVERSITY

800 Country Club Rd. Waterbury, CT 06723

203-591-7360 www.post.edu

TAFT SCHOOL

110 Woodbury Rd., Watertown, CT 06795

860-945-7773 www.taftschool.org/Arts

WATERBURY ARTS MAGNET SCHOOL

16 South Elm St., Waterbury, CT 06706

203-573-6330

www.waterbury.k12.ct.us/3/Home

HISTORY/MUSEUMS

GLEBE HOUSE MUSEUM & GERTRUDE

JEKYLL GARDEN

49 Hollow Rd., Woodbury, CT 06798

203-263-2855 www.glebehousemuseum.org

MATTATUCK MUSEUM

63 Prospect St., Waterbury, CT 06702

203-753-0381, Ext. 10 www.mattmuseum.org

NAUGATUCK HISTORICAL SOCIETY

380 Church St., Naugatuck, CT 06770

203-729-9039 www.naugatuckhistory.org

LIBRARIES

OXFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY

49 Great Oak Rd., Oxford, CT 06478

203-888-6944 www.oxfordlib.org

SILAS BRONSON LIBRARY

267 Grand St., Waterbury, CT 06702

203-574-8222 www.bronsonlibrary.org

WOODBURY PUBLIC LIBRARY

269 Main St. S., Woodbury, CT 06798

203-263-3502 www.woodburylibraryct.org

MUSIC - INSTRUMENTAL

CONNECTICUT ACCORDION ASSOCIATION

203-272-1202 www.CTAccordion.com

WATERBURY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

160 Robbins St., Waterbury, CT 06708

203-574-4283 www.waterburysymphony.org

MUSIC - VOCAL

CONNECTICUT SUMMER OPERA FOUNDATION

P.O. Box 112, Woodbury, CT 06798

860-283-2155 www.ctsummeropera.org

NAUGATUCK COMMUNITY CHOIR

203-729-2772

www.naugatuckcommunitychoir.org

VALLEY CHORDSMEN

19 Park Rd., Woodbury, CT 06798

203-233-0269

WATERBURY CHORALE

P.O. Box 36, Middlebury, CT 06762

860-945-6890 www.waterburychorale.org


pARTner Directory

MUSIC – MULTI-DISCIPLINE

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH

222 West Main St., Waterbury, CT 06702

203-757-0331 www.firstchurch-wtby.org

LITCHFIELD PERFORMING ARTS

P.O. Box 69, Litchfield, CT 06759

860-361-6285 www.litchfieldjazzfest.com

THEATER/PERFORMING ARTS

COMMUNITY THEATRE AT WOODBURY

127 Old Town Farm Rd., Woodbury, CT 06798

203-565-6171 www.ctaw-ct.org

HOPEVILLE CHURCH

160 Piedmont St., Waterbury, CT 06706

203-754-8154 www.hopeville.church

SEVEN ANGELS THEATRE

1 Plank Rd., Hamilton Park

Waterbury, CT 06705

203-757-4676 www.sevenangelstheatre.org

SHAKESPERIENCE PRODUCTIONS, INC.

117 Bank St., Waterbury, CT 06702

203-754-2531

www.shakesperienceproductions.org

FRAN e. McINTYRE Performer/Instructor

203-527-7830 fmcintyres@aol.com

WOODBURY-BETHLEHEM COMMUNITY

MUSIC FOUNDATION, INC.

P.O. Box 820, Woodbury, CT 06798

203-263-5372 www.wbcmusicfoundation.org

PHOTOGRAPHY

UNIQUELY YOURS PHOTOGRAPHY

48 MacNamara St., Waterbury, CT 06708

203-596-7226 www.uniquelyyoursphoto.com

LANDMARK COMMUNITY THEATRE

at Thomaston Opera House

158 Main St., Thomaston, CT 06787

860-283-6250

www.landmarkcommunitytheatre.org

PALACE THEATER

100 East Main St., Waterbury, CT 06702

203-346-2000 www.palacetheaterct.org

PHOENIX STAGE COMPANY

133 Main St., Oakville, CT 06779

860-417-2505 www.phoenixstagecompany.org

PATRONS OF THE ARTS

American Heating Service, LLC

Anderson, Glenn

Fumire-Germinaro, Elizabeth

Golden Technologies

LaMadeleine, Norman

Mikletonas, Maria

O’Brien, Margaret R.

Spencer , Elizabeth & Andrew

Tom Hill Realty & Investment, LLC

Support the ARTS!

For more information on the events below, please visit our website

www.waterburyregionarts.com/support

CT Office of the Arts ​

presents

2020 CONNECTICUT

ARTS HERO AWARDS

May 6th

Infinity Hall,

Hartford​

Join us on Wed., April 8, 2020

10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

This is our opportunity to

celebrate arts and culture

and to show our legislators that

ARTS MATTER in Connecticut!

For more info, visit

waterburyregionarts.com/support

Please consider giving to the

Arts & Culture Collaborative

and/or any of the arts

organizations participating in

Give Local.

Free and

Open to All

The Connecticut Arts Hero Awards

honor and celebrate Connecticut

residents who are doing extraordinary

things in the arts, for the arts, and

through the arts in Connecticut.

For more info, visit

waterburyregionarts.com/support


April Events 2020

ARTS ESCAPE, INC.

88 Main Street South, Southbury, CT

203-586-1474 www.artsescape.org

Spring Bulb Floral Workshop

Apr. 1: 4 pm – 6 pm

$55

Writing Flash Fiction: All Levels Writing Class

Apr. 3, 10, 17, 24; May 1: 12 pm – 1:30 pm

$115

The Musical World of John Quincy Adams

Performers Barbara Hopkins & Judy Handler

Apr. 13: 11 am – 12 pm

$15 - $20

Living History: JT Turner as CS Lewis

Apr. 15: 2 pm

$10 – 25

Music Lecture Series with John Tuohy

Apr. 15; May 13; June 17: 11 am – 12 pm

$15 – $40

Pen & Ink Workshop

Apr. 22: 10 am – 12:30 pm

$45

ARTSPLACE

1220 Waterbury Rd., Cheshire, CT

203-272-2787 www.artsplacecheshirect.org

Pastel Pet Portrait

Pastel pet lover 7-week class for intermediate

level pastel students. Bring a color photo of

your animal to first class.

Apr. 9, 23; May 7, 14, 21, 28: 6:30 – 8:30 pm

$125

I know Nothing about ART!

Workshop for teens/adults on two Sunday

afternoons

Apr. 26; May 3: 10 am – 4 pm

$95

CONNECTICUT ACCORDION ASSOCIATION

203-272-1202 www.CTAccordion.com

The Accordion in America: Where It’s Been,

What It’s Done, Where It’s Going

Plainville Public Library, Plainville, CT

Lecture/recital about the history of the

accordion in American culture. Performances

by members of the Connecticut Accordion

Association Orchestra.

Apr. 4: 2 pm – 3 pm

Free

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EARTHSHIP STUDIOS

34 Brook St., Waterbury, CT

203-528-3000 www.earthshipstudios.com

Earth Day Tattoo Flash Day and Voter

Registration Party

Tattoos all day plus a voter registration shindig!

Apr. 18: 12 pm – 6 pm

Admission: Free

Women’s Wolf Circle

A monthly women’s meeting of the minds.

Connect, empower, manifest.

Apr. 24: 7 pm – 9:30 pm

$15

FINE ARTS CONNECTION OF THOMASTON

Crescent Gallery

158 Main St., Thomaston, CT

860-283-2155 www.thomastonfinearts.com

Open Studio

The Ten-2-One Artists paint side-by-side and

share their common bond…ART! Watch, ask

questions, and view the art in the gallery.

Every Thursday: 10 am – 1 pm

Cost: Free

GLASS SOURCE STUDIOS & GALLERY

18 Bank St., Seymour, CT

203-888-1616 www.theglasssource.com

Fused Glass Plant/Garden Stake Workshop

Learn to design and create your own unique

plant and garden stakes. Good for indoor use

or three-season outdoor use.

Apr. 4, 19: 1– 3pm

$90

Fused Glass Wind Chime Workshop

Sweeten the sounds around you with a beautiful

fused glass wind chime. Learn about the tools,

techniques and firing process of glass.

Apr. 5, 25: 1 – 3 pm

$90

Miniatures in Glass

Creating miniature scenes and landscapes

using powder and frit glass. Students can focus

their time on one larger piece, or a series of

smaller pieces.

Apr. 18: 1 – 3 pm

$90

MATTATUCK MUSEUM

63 Prospect St., Waterbury, CT

203-753-0381, Ext. 10 www.mattmuseum.org

The Mattatuck Museum is operating a temporary

museum exhibit at the historic Rose Hill mansion

located at 63 Prospect Street during the renovation

of their West Main St. complex. Regular

hours are 12 pm – 5 pm, Mon. – Fri.

NAUGATUCK VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

750 Chase Parkway, Waterbury, CT

203-575-8193 www.nv.edu

Carrie​

Mainstage Theater, NVCC, Waterbury campus​

This presentation of “Carrie” features

collaboration between the music, dance and

theater departments, with themes of friendship,

romance, bullying, and the crushing weight of

expectation.​

Apr. 23, 24, 25: 7:30 pm ​

Apr. 26: 2 pm​

$15

OGHAM ART

Southington, CT

860-426-2881 www.oghamart.com

Milford Irish Arts Expo

Jonathan Law HS; 20 Lansdale Ave., Milford

Colleen Berry Conway will offer her interactive

workshop, “The Ogham Alphabet: Past &

Present,” at this event sharing the cultural

aspects of Irish heritage.

Apr. 18: 10 am – 4 pm

$10 – $25

Sip n’ Shop at the Palace Theater

Palace Theater; 100 East Main Street, Waterbury

Colleen Berry Conway from Ogham Art will

showcase her art, jewelry and home decor

along with over 25 other juried artisans and

crafters.

Apr. 23: 6 pm

$8

OSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTE AT

UCONN WATERBURY

99 East Main St., Waterbury, CT

203-236-9924 www.waterbury.uconn.edu/osher

Lecture on the Environment- Restoration of

the Naugatuck River: Past, Present, and Future

Apr. 15: 5:30 pm – 7 pm

Free

OXFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY

49 Great Oak Rd., Oxford, CT

203-888-6944 www.oxfordculturalarts.org

Creative Writing Workshop

Join Professor Joseph Reynolds as he leads

local writers in a series improving their pieces

for potential publication in a literary magazine.

Apr. 4, 18: 1:30 – 3:30 pm

Free

Sheri Miller Spring Poetry Concert

Songwriter Sheri Miller gives a Spring performance

of music and spoken poetry from

women to celebrate National Poetry Month.

Apr. 25: 2 pm – 3 pm

Free


April Events 2020

Classics Book Discussion

Join us for a discussion of “Birds Without

Wings” by Louis de Bernieres.

Apr. 28: 6pm – 7pm

Free

PALACE THEATER

100 East Main St., Waterbury, CT

203-346-2000 www.palacetheaterct.org

An American in Paris

In post-war Paris, romance is in the air and

youthful optimism reigns. Gershwin’s soaring

melodies are matched by gravity-defying dance

as the world rediscovers the power of love.

Apr. 10: 8 pm

Apr. 11: 2 pm & 8 pm

$45 – $85

An Intimate Evening with David Foster: Hitman

Tour

Few others can claim to have their fingerprints

on more major moments in popular music than

David Foster – from soundtracks for

blockbuster films to timeless holiday classics.

Apr. 17: 8 pm

$49 – 79

2nd Act: Sharon Ruchman

Palace Theater Poli Club

Sharon Ruchman is composing everything from

chamber music to tango, believing that it is

never too late to do something fabulous.

Apr. 21: 6 pm

$25

Sip n’ Shop

Join us for the first annual Sip ‘n Shop at the

Palace Theater. Shop a selection of locally

handcrafted goods from over 25 artisans and

crafters.

Apr. 23: 6 – 9 pm

$8

Spring Jazz Series 2020

Palace Theater Poli Club

Check the Palace website for performance

details.

Apr. 24: 7 pm & 9 pm

PHOENIX STAGE COMPANY

133 Main St., Oakville, CT

860-417-2505 www.phoenixstagecompany.org

Enchanted April

Feeling lost in the shadows of marriage and

forgotten in the rush of 1920s post-war society,

two London housewives pool their savings to

rent a villa in Italy.

April 25; May 1, 2, 8, 9: 8 pm

April 26; May 3: 3pm

$20 – $23

PORTRAITS BY SHAWNALEE

artist@shawnalee.com

203-598-0065 www.shawnalee.com

Teen Art Workshop with ShawnaLee

CoWorkerHub; 900 Straits Tpke. #203, Middlebury

A one-day workshop focusing on techniques

and drawing skills.

Apr. 4: 10 am –1 pm

$45

Medieval Style Watercolor Painting

CoWorkerHub; 900 Straits Tpke. #203, Middlebury

Learn to paint watercolors while admiring

and creating medieval styled paintings with

ShawnaLee.

Apr. 21, 28: 6:30 – 8:30pm

$65

Watercolors ~ Snowdrops, Crocus & Daffodils

CoWorkerHub; 900 Straits Tpke. #203, Middlebury

Learn to paint with watercolors while enjoying

the blooming colors of springtime in New

England!

Apr. 23, 30: 10 am – 1 pm

$95

POST UNIVERSITY

800 Country Club Rd. Waterbury, CT

203-591-7360 www.post.edu

Post University Student Art Show/Opening

Reception

Post University hosts its 2020 Student Art Show

Opening Reception on campus.

Apr. 28: 3 pm

Free

SEVEN ANGELS THEATRE

1 Plank Rd., Hamilton Park, Waterbury, CT

203-757-4676 www.sevenangelstheatre.org

Always a Bridesmaid

The rollicking tale of four loyal women

determined to keep a promise they made the

night of their senior prom: to be in each other’s

weddings.

Apr. 2: 2 pm & 7:30 pm

Apr. 3, 4: 8 pm

Apr. 5: 2 pm

$44 – $49.50

The Wedding Singer

Just say yes to the most romantic musical in 20

years. Based on the hit Adam Sandler movie, a

wannabe rock star is left at the altar and finally

changes his tune.

Apr. 23, 30; May 7, 14: 7:30 pm

Apr. 24, 25; May 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16: 8 pm

Apr. 25, 26; May 2, 3, 7, 10, 14, 17: 2 pm

$42.50 – $49.50

SHAKESPERIENCE PRODUCTIONS, INC.

117 Bank St., Waterbury, CT

203-754-2531

www.shakesperienceproductions.org

Wanda, William & Wine

Washington Town Hall, Washington, CT

B.Y.O.Picnic for music that moves your soul by

Wanda Houston & the HGH Band benefitting

Shakespeare in the Litchfield Hills, “Twelfth

Night” performances in August 2020. Includes

complimentary glass of wine.

Apr. 18: 6:30 – 10 pm

$75, box supper $25 (optional)

Shakespeare-a-thon

36 hours of programming. Doors are open and

the coffee is on! Come, go, perform, read, talk,

exercise, donate! It’s all part of Give Local 2020.

Apr. 21: 7 am – Apr. 22: 7 pm

Free

SILAS BRONSON LIBRARY

267 Grand St., Waterbury, CT

203-574-8222 www.bronsonlibrary.org

The Silas Bronson Library offers a variety of

children and adult programming including story

times, book discussions, computer classes and

clubs for gaming, teen anime, coding and more!

Visit their website for a full calendar of events.

WOODBURY PUBLIC LIBRARY

269 Main St. S., Woodbury, CT

203-263-3502 www.woodburylibraryct.org

Mally DeSomma: Paintings

A signature member of the Connecticut Pastel

Society, Mally DeSomma’s life as an artist

spans 35 years, always searching for an

interesting subject to capture on canvas.

Apr. 1 – 30: During regular library hours

Apr. 4: 2 – 4 p.m. Artist reception

Cost: Free

Gwendolyne Quezaire-Presutti as Harriet

Tubman: I Can’t Die but Once

Quezaire-Presutti portrays Harriet Tubman, an

illiterate woman of unique qualities and abilities,

who maintained an unblemished record of

vigilance, legacy of sacrifice and struggle.

Apr. 23: 7 pm

Registration Required 203-263-3502

Sydney Eddison: Poetry Readings

A former scene designer, drama teacher,

lecturer and frequent contributor to Fine

Gardening magazine, Eddison shares poetry in

the Library’s gallery space.

Apr. 26: 2 pm

203-757-0701, Ext 316 www.waterburyregionarts.com

Connect with us @accwaterbury


May Events 2020

ARTS ESCAPE, INC.

88 Main Street South, Southbury, CT

203-586-1474 www.artsescape.org

Music Lecture Series with John Tuohy

May 13; Jun. 17: 11 am –12 pm

$15 – $40

Porch Patio Containers Floral Workshop

Porch Patio Floral Containers

May 20: 4 pm – 6 pm

$65

Conversations @ the Loft

May 21: 1 pm – 2:30 pm

$5

Looking at Clouds from Both Sides

Oil workshop exploring clouds for all level

artists with master artist Will McCarthy.

May 28: 10 am – 2 pm

$55

ARTSPLACE

1220 Waterbury Rd., Cheshire, CT

203-272-2787 www.artsplacecheshirect.org

Urban Sketching

Sketching people the urban sketching way

using techniques and strategies to accomplish

quickly with confidence.

May 2: 10 am – 3 pm

$50

Oil & Cold Wax Medium Workshop

Workshop with artist Diane Brown. The focus

is to create one-of-a-kind oil and cold wax

abstract art.

May 5: 11 am – 4 pm

TBA

COMMUNITY THEATRE AT WOODBURY

127 Old Town Farm Rd., Woodbury, CT

203-565-6171 www.ctaw-ct.org

Nunsense

Woodbury Historic Town Hall, Woodbury

The Sisters of Hoboken discover the cook,

Sr. Julia, has accidentally poisoned 52 of the

sisters. Hilarity ensues when they hold a

variety-show fundraiser to afford burials.

May 8, 9, 14, 15, 16: 7:30 pm – 10 pm

May 10, 17: 2 pm – 4:30 pm

$20 – $25

EARTHSHIP STUDIOS

34 Brook St., Waterbury, CT

203-528-3000 www.earthshipstudios.com

Women’s Wolf Circle

A monthly women’s meeting of the minds.

Connect, empower, manifest.

May 22: 7 pm – 9:30 pm

$15

FINE ARTS CONNECTION OF THOMASTON

Crescent Gallery

158 Main St., Thomaston, CT

860-283-2155 www.thomastonfinearts.com

Open Studio

The Ten-2-One Artists paint side-by-side and

share their common bond…ART! Watch, ask

questions, and view the art in the gallery.

Every Thursday: 10 am – 1 pm

Cost: Free

“New Paths and Reminders”

The Ten-2-One Artists show. Visit the Gallery

one hour before show times of “Kinky Boots”

at the Thomaston Opera House.

May 2, 8, 9, 15, 16: 7 – 8 pm

May 3, 10, 17: 1 – 2 pm

Free

GLASS SOURCE STUDIOS & GALLERY

18 Bank St., Seymour, CT

203-888-1616 www.theglasssource.com

Beginner Stained Glass

Six-week course designed for the beginner

student, completing a stained-glass panel. We

will cover complete and proper pattern design

and layout, cutting, grinding, and soldering.

Choose one of the following courses.

Mon. May 11, 18; Jun. 1, 8, 15: 6 pm – 8:30 pm

Tue. May 12, 19, 26; Jun. 2, 9, 16: 6 pm – 8:30 pm

Thur. May 14, 21, 28; Jun. 4, 11, 18: 6 pm – 8:30 pm

Fri. May 15, 22, 29; Jun. 5, 12, 19: 10 am – 12:30 pm

$165

Mommy & Me Kids Class

Mom and child each make one sun catcher.

May 2, 3: 1 – 3 pm

$40

Fused Magnets

Create your own fused glass magnets.

May 30: 1 pm

$50

HOPEVILLE CHURCH

160 Piedmont St., Waterbury, CT

203-754-8154 www.hopeville.church

The Piedmont Players Dinner Theater

Comedy dinner theater. Two nuns desperately

try to keep their convent from closing its doors

by secretly making and selling wine.

May 15, 16: 6 pm – 9 pm

May 17: 4 pm – 7 pm

$25

LANDMARK COMMUNITY THEATRE

at Thomaston Opera House

158 Main St., Thomaston, CT

860-283-6250

www.landmarkcommunitytheatre.org

Kinky Boots

Struggling to save his father’s failing shoe

company, Charlie Price finds inspiration from an

unlikely friend.

May 2, 8, 9, 15, 16: 8 pm

May 3, 10, 17: 2 pm

$23.50 – $26.50

MAIN STREET WATERBURY

83 Bank St., Waterbury, CT

203-757-0701, Ext. 302

www.mainstreetwaterbury.com

Perfecto Cigar Night

La Bella Vista; 380 Farmwood Rd., Waterbury

An evening with good friends, food and quality

cigars.

May 8: 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm

$75 – $80

MATTATUCK MUSEUM

63 Prospect St., Waterbury, CT

203-753-0381, Ext. 10 www.mattmuseum.org

Visit the Rose Hill mansion during the

renovation of their West Main St. complex.

Hours are 12 pm – 5 pm, Mon. – Fri.

NAUGATUCK COMMUNITY CHOIR

203-729-2772

www.naugatuckcommunitychoir.org

For the Living

Celebrating life, faith, hope, blessings and

thanks through songs that have inspired people

through the ages. Reception to follow.

May 15: 7:30 pm Blessed Sacrament Church

May 17: 4 pm Naugatuck Congregational Church

Free

NAUGATUCK VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

750 Chase Parkway, Waterbury, CT

203-575-8193 www.nv.edu

NVCC Spring Dance Concert 2020​

Mainstage Theater, NVCC, Waterbury campus​

Based on the theme of Strange and Beautiful/

Wild and Wonderful, this showcase is

comprised of student, faculty and guest artist

Matthew Westerby’s choreography. ​

May 7 & 8: 7:30 pm​

$5

NVCC Music Dept. Spring 2020 Showcase ​

Playbox Theater, NVCC, Waterbury campus​

The NVCC Chorale will perform Bach’s Cantata

106 as well as other works. Also featuring the

NVCC jazz ensemble, Sol Fa So Good, and

Fermata the Valley.​

May 8: 7:30 pm​

Free


May Events 2020

NVCC Music Society Coffeehouse #2​

Founders Hall F101, NVCC, Waterbury campus​

An evening of music from renaissance motets

to contemporary musical theater and Latin jazz. ​

May 14: 6:30 pm​

Free; donations welcome.

OXFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY

49 Great Oak Rd., Oxford, CT

203-888-6944 www.oxfordculturalarts.org

Friends of the Library Murder They Wrote

Book Club

Join our Friends as they read and discuss a true

crime story and discuss it.

May 9: 2 pm – 3 pm

Free

PALACE THEATER

100 East Main St., Waterbury, CT

203-346-2000 www.palacetheaterct.org

Alison Krauss

She grew up listening to folk, opera, pop and

rock music, but quickly fell in love with bluegrass.

May 3: 7:30 pm

$42 – $129

Charlie Daniels Band & Marshall Tucker Band

These two iconic Southern-rock bands take

over the Palace Theater stage.

May 7: 7:30 pm

$49.50 – $89.50

Spring Jazz Series 2020

Palace Theater Poli Club

Check the Palace website for performance

details.

May 8, 22: 7 pm & 9 pm

Celebrate 15: Party at the Palace

Join us for a fabulous evening of music,

dancing, and delicious food as we celebrate our

15th anniversary with a Palace-wide party!

May 15: 5 pm – Midnight

$75

2nd Act: Donna Palomba

Palace Theater Poli Club

Using her story as a case study, she explores

the fight against sexual assault with Jane Doe

No More.

May 19: 6 pm

$25

PHOENIX STAGE COMPANY

133 Main St., Oakville, CT

860-417-2505 www.phoenixstagecompany.org

Enchanted April

Feeling lost in the shadows of marriage and

forgotten in the rush of 1920s post-war society,

two London housewives pool their savings to

rent a villa in Italy.

May 1, 2, 8, 9: 8 pm; May 3: 3 pm

$20 – $23

PORTRAITS BY SHAWNALEE

artist@shawnalee.com

203-598-0065 www.shawnalee.com

Saturday Morning Teen Arts Workshop

CoWorkerHub, 900 Straits Tpke. #203, Middlebury

This class focuses on exercises to improve

drawing and observation skills with ShawnaLee.

May 2, 9: 10 – 1 pm

$95

Springtime Watercolors with ShawnaLee

CoWorkerHub, 900 Straits Tpke. #203, Middlebury

Learn to paint with watercolors while being

inspired by the vibrant and delicate springtime

flowers. All levels.

May 5, 12: 6:30 – 8:30 pm

$65

Thursday Morning Springtime Watercolors

CoWorkerHub, 900 Straits Tpke. #203 Middlebury

Learn techniques and methods for painting

beautiful New England spring flowers.

May 7, 14: 10 am – 12 pm

$65

SEVEN ANGELS THEATRE

1 Plank Rd., Hamilton Park, Waterbury, CT

203-757-4676 www.sevenangelstheatre.org

The Wedding Singer

Just say yes to the most romantic musical in 20

years. Based on the hit Adam Sandler movie, a

wannabe rock star is left at the altar and finally

changes his tune.

May 7, 14: 7:30 pm

May 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16: 8 pm

May 2, 3, 7, 10, 14, 17: 2 pm

$42.50 – $49.50

SHAKESPERIENCE PRODUCTIONS, INC.

117 Bank St., Waterbury, CT

203-754-2531

www.shakesperienceproductions.org

Neighborhoods! Dinner

Chase Collegiate School, Waterbury

See your favorite community leaders as Rosalind

Russell, President Kennedy, Carrie Welton,

Roger Connor, William Scovill or the Leatherman.

May 21: 6 pm VIP reception; 6:30 pm dinner;

7 pm performances, auctions & dessert finale

$50 – $75 Tickets include wine, dinner, and

cocktail tasting.

SILAS BRONSON LIBRARY

267 Grand St., Waterbury, CT

203-574-8222 www.bronsonlibrary.org

The Silas Bronson Library offers a variety of

children and adult programming including

storytimes, book discussions, computer

classes and clubs for gaming, teen anime,

coding and more! Visit their website for a full

calendar of events.

TAFT SCHOOL

110 Woodbury Rd., Watertown, CT

860-945-7773 www.taftschool.org/Arts

Organ Concert in a Historic Space

Woodward Chapel, 25 The Green, Watertown

Celebrated organist Daniel Scifo plays the

historic Gress-Miles instrument.

May 16: 4 pm

Free

VALLEY CHORDSMEN

19 Park Rd., Woodbury, CT

203-233-0269 www.valleychordsmen.com

Spring Cabaret

Waterbury Elks Club, 283 W. Main St. Waterbury

Dinner, entertainment, silent auction. Watch for

details on Facebook.

May: Exact date TBD

WATERBURY CHORALE

P.O. Box 36, Middlebury, CT 06762

860-945-6890 www.waterburychorale.org

Stepping Out on Broadway – From Past to

Present

St. John’s Church, 16 Church St., Waterbury

Broadway choral music from past to present.

May 17: 4 pm – 6 pm

$25 – $30

WATERBURY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

160 Robbins St., Waterbury, CT

203-574-4283 www.waterburysymphony.org

Beethoven Celebration

NVCC Fine Arts Center, 750 Chase Pkwy., Wtby.

An evening celebrating 250 years of Beethoven.

The program features the Triple Concerto in C

major and Symphony no. 5.

May 2: 7:30 pm

$25, $40, $60

WOODBURY PUBLIC LIBRARY

269 Main St. S., Woodbury, CT

203-263-3502 www.woodburylibraryct.org

Black Letter Calligraphy with Debby Reelitz

Reelitz will guide you through the basics and

provide you with writing tools and

paper to create your own dramatic Gothic

letters. Limited space.

May 5: 7 pm

Registration Required 203-263-3502

Melody Asbury and Susan Asbury: Mother/

Daughter Paintings

Painter Melody Asbury is the featured artist

alongside vintage work by her mother,

acclaimed painter Susan Asbury.

May 1 – 31: During regular library hours

May 9: 2 – 4 pm. Artist reception

Free


June Events 2020

AIR BORNE CREATIONS

203-913-3883 www.airbornecreations.com

For the Love of Critters

Whiting Mills, Studio 308, Winsted, CT

Celebrate our furred, finned and feathered

friends in a new exhibit by Kiki Michalek.

June 21 – Aug. 1

June 21: 11 pm – 3 pm Opening Reception

Free

ARTS ESCAPE, INC.

88 Main Street South, Southbury, CT

203-586-1474 www.artsescape.org

Music Lecture Series with John Tuohy

June 17: 11 am – 12 pm

$15

Run for the Arts

Ballantine Park, Southbury, CT

Live music by “Those Guys” and food trucks.

June 19: 6 pm Kids Fun Run

6:30 pm Adult Run

Registration: Kids - $10

Adult - $25 in advance, $30 same day

ARTSPLACE

1220 Waterbury Rd., Cheshire, CT

203-272-2787 www.artsplacecheshirect.org

See Plan Ahead section in this guide for a list

of summer camps and programs.

Duck Race & Festival

A Naugatuck Chamber Signature Event

BRASS CITY BALLET

1255 Middlebury Rd., Middlebury, CT

203-598-0186 www.brasscityballet.org

Brass City Ballet Gala & Season Finale

Performance

NVCC Mainstage, 750 Chase Pkwy., Waterbury

Celebrate with ballet and modern dance,

including BCB’s original and wacky “The

Fantastic Toy Shop,” a romp through an

American toy shop, circa 1950.

June 6: 6:30 pm

June 7: 2:30 pm

$15.25 – $40

CONNECTICUT ACCORDION ASSOCIATION

203-272-1202 www.CTAccordion.com

A Festival Pops

An all-accordion orchestra led by Peter Peluso

will perform a Pops Concert including

selections from Mozart to Gershwin to Carol

King and more!

June 7: 3 pm – 4:30 pm

Suggested donation: $10

Age 16 and under Free

EARTHSHIP STUDIOS

34 Brook St. Waterbury, CT

203-528-3000 earthshipstudios.com

5th Annual Music Bash 2020

Wolcott VFW, 1115 Wolcott Rd. Wolcott

Day-long music event to raise money for the

Yale NICU. Earthship ladies will be there

painting faces.

June 6: 1 pm - 7 pm

Free

Women’s Wolf Circle

A monthly women’s meeting of the minds.

Connect, empower, manifest.

June 19: 7 pm – 9:30 pm

$15

Highland Brass Co. Tattoo Luau

Highland Brass Co., 728 Highland Ave., Waterbury

Tattoo and Tiki Party! The ladies of Earthship

Studios will be taking over Highland Brass Co.

Tattoos start at 5 pm and go til our hands fall off!

June 27: 5 pm - 12 am

Admission Free

FINE ARTS CONNECTION OF THOMASTON

Crescent Gallery

158 Main St., Thomaston, CT

860-283-2155 www.thomastonfinearts.com

Open Studio

The Ten-2-One Artists paint side-by-side and

share their common bond…ART! Watch, ask

questions, and view the art in the gallery.

Every Thursday: 10 am – 1 pm

Cost: Free

New Paths and Reminders Artist Reception

Reception for an exhibit of paintings by featured

artist Cassandra Guidess.

June 7: 2 – 4 pm

Free

GLASS SOURCE STUDIOS & GALLERY

18 Bank St., Seymour, CT

203-888-1616 www.theglasssource.com

Beginner Stained Glass

Six-week course designed for the beginner

student, completing a stained-glass panel. We

will cover complete and proper pattern design

and layout, cutting, grinding, and soldering.

Choose one of the following courses.

Mon. June 22, 29; July 6, 13, 20, 27: 6 pm – 8:30 pm

Tues. June 23 , 30; July 7, 14, 21, 28: 6 pm – 8:30 pm

Thur. June 25; July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30: 6 pm – 8:30 pm

Fri. June 26; July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31: 10 am – 12:30 pm

$165

Fused Suncatchers

Create your own fused glass suncatchers.

June 13, 20: 10 am – 12 pm

June 28: 1 pm – 3pm

$90

Fused Glass Coasters

Create your own set of fused glass coasters.

June 27: 1 pm

$60

GLEBE HOUSE MUSEUM & GERTRUDE

JEKYLL GARDEN

49 Hollow Rd., Woodbury, CT

203-263-2855 www.glebehousemuseum.org

Hats Off to History: The 95th Anniversary

Celebration

Woodbury Barns & Farm, Woodbury

Celebrate the year 1925 and the opening of

the Glebe House Museum with music, dancing,

heavy hors d’oeuvres, refreshments, a live

auction and more.

June 6: 6 pm - 9 pm

$150


June Events 2020

MAIN STREET WATERBURY

83 Bank St., Waterbury, CT

203-757-0701, Ext. 302

www.mainstreetwaterbury.com

Brass City Jazz Fest

Downtown, near Library Park & Church St.,

Waterbury

A fabulous line up of great contemporary jazz

musicians that will make you move to the

groove!

June 27

Free

MATTATUCK MUSEUM

63 Prospect St., Waterbury, CT

203-753-0381, Ext. 10 www.mattmuseum.org

The Mattatuck Museum is operating a

temporary museum exhibit at the historic Rose

Hill mansion located at 63 Prospect Street

during the renovation of their West Main St.

complex. Hours are 12 pm – 5 pm, Mon. – Fri.

OGHAM ART

Southington, CT

860-426-2881 www.oghamart.com

Irish Music Festival 2020

Rockland Gaelic Athletic Association,

160 Old Orangeburg Rd., Orangebury, NY

Ogham Art is offering their art, jewelry and

home decor at the 3rd Annual Irish Music

Festival hosted by the Bergen Irish Pipe Band

& Trinity Events.

June 14: 12 pm – 8 pm

$15 – $20

OXFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY

49 Great Oak Rd., Oxford, CT

203-888-6944 www.oxfordculturalarts.org

Adult Summer Reading Kickoff

Sign up for Adult Summer Reading program

and visit our local author panel.

June 13: 9 am – 4 pm

Free

PALACE THEATER

100 East Main St., Waterbury, CT

203-346-2000 www.palacetheaterct.org

Spring Jazz Series 2020

Palace Theater Poli Club

Check the Palace Theater website for

performance details.

June 5, 26: 7 pm & 9 pm

Chicago

Everything that makes Broadway great: a

universal tale of fame, fortune and all that jazz;

one show-stopping song after another; and the

most astonishing dancing you’ve ever seen.

June 12: 8 pm

June 13: 2 pm & 8 pm

$49 – $97

2nd Act: Rich Cyr

Palace Theater Poli Club

Rich Cyr was born with cerebral palsy, yet in his

early 50’s, he became a financial advisor, actor,

podcaster, author, and motivational speaker.

June 23: 6 pm

$25

PHOENIX STAGE COMPANY

133 Main St., Oakville, CT

860-417-2505 www.phoenixstagecompany.org

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

The boundaries between the real world and

the dreams, fairies, and existence of the magic

world are porous, and poetry gives the

characters a way to access their imaginations.

June 13, 19, 20, 26, 27: 8 pm

June 14, 21: 3 pm

$20 – $23

PORTRAITS BY SHAWNALEE

artist@shawnalee.com

203-598-0065 www.shawnalee.com

Watercolor Summer Beaches with ShawnaLee

CoWorkerHub, 900 Straits Tpke. #203, Middlebury

Learn watercolor techniques and paint summer

beaches with ShawnaLee.

June 2, 9: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

$65

Thursday Morning Watercolor Summer

Beaches

CoWorkerHub, 900 Straits Tpke. #203, Middlebury

Learn techniques for watercolors and create

beach paintings with ShawnaLee.

June 4, 11: 10 am – 12 pm

$65

Saturday Morning Teen Watercolor Beaches

CoWorkerHub, 900 Straits Tpke. #203, Middlebury

One-day watercolor workshop for teens,

focusing on the beauty of the beach.

June 13: 10 am – 1pm

$45

SILAS BRONSON LIBRARY

267 Grand St., Waterbury, CT

203-574-8222 www.bronsonlibrary.org

The Silas Bronson Library offers a variety of

children and adult programming including story

times, book discussions, computer classes and

clubs for gaming, teen anime, coding and more!

Visit their website for a full calendar of events.

SAVE THE DATE!

Sun. June 21

DOWNTOWN WATERBURY

FOOD • MUSIC • BREW

MakeMusicDay.org/waterbury

WOODBURY PUBLIC LIBRARY

269 Main St. S., Woodbury, CT

203-263-3502 www.woodburylibraryct.org

Karen Pepper: Oil & Pastel Paintings

Pepper’s attachment and love for the beauty

that surrounds her is reflected in her work.

She completed a Bachelor of Science of Art

Education from University of Kutztown, PA.

June 1 – 30: During regular library hours

June 6: 2 pm – 4 pm Artist reception

Cost: Free

Leroy Anderson: Concert Music with a

Popular Touch

Lecture by Jeffrey Engel

Woodbury’s own Leroy Anderson was a master

composer of orchestral miniatures. Music

historian Jeffrey Engel details the beloved

performer’s life through examples of his music

and lecture.

June 4: 7 pm

Registration required: 203-263-3502

Craig Harris: Celebrating the 65th Birthday

of Rock & Roll

Musician/historian Craig Harris takes you back

to the magical roots of Rock & Roll with this

participatory, multimedia program about the

groundbreaking music festival.

June 9: 7 pm

Registration required: 203-263-3502


Plan Ahead! Summer Programs

Plan ahead and register kids of all ages for Summer Camp and Special Programs.

Some dates and times were still to be determined as of this printing. Please check on the venue’s website

or call the venue for more details when you prepare to register.

ARTSPLACE

1220 Waterbury Rd., Cheshire, CT

203-272-2787 www.artsplacecheshirect.org

Mixed Up Art Camp

“Best of the BEST” art projects by seasoned

instructors in week-long art class for grades

2-6.

June 22 – 26: 9 am - 3 pm

$275

Travels of the World Art Camp

Week-long multi-cultural, multi-media art

camp for grades 2-6 exploring different

countries through art.

June 29 – July 3: 9 am – 3 pm

$275

Magical Kingdom Art Camp

A magical week of art with exploration of

favorite characters and movies through paint,

paper mache and more. Grades 2 - 6.

July 6 – 10: 9 am – 3 pm

$275

Moana Art Camp

Celebrate the island arts with a variety of

media in this week-long workshop for

students entering grades 3-7.

July 13 – 17: 9 am – 3 pm

$275

Creative Adventure Art Camp

Celebrate nature through art projects in this

one-week class for students entering grades

2-6 with multi-media materials and fun-loving

staff.

July 20 – 24: 9 am – 3 pm

$275

Fairytopia Art Camp

Visit a fairy world, for students entering

grades 1 - 4. A popular week-long art camp,

register early to avoid disappointment.

July 27 – 31: 9 am – 2 pm

$230

BRASS CITY BALLET

1255 Middlebury Rd., Middlebury, CT

203-598-0186 www.brasscityballet.org

Frozen Ice Princess Camp

Ages 3 - 7

July 6 – 10: 10 am – 12 pm

Descendants Dance Camp

Ages 6 – 11

July 13 – 17: 5 pm – 7 pm

Stepping Up Classes

Once-a-week classes to help keep your

dancer moving over the summer.

Monday - Contemporary; Thursdays - Ballet

June 22 – Aug. 13: Times TBD

Pre-Professional Intensive

Enjoy 1or 2 weeks of Intensive classes. In

addition to BCB’s faculty, guest teachers

from NY and Russia will be teaching. Week 1

of intensive will include a field trip to Jacob’s

Pillow Dance Festival in Mass. (additional

fee).

July 20 – 31: Times TBD

Pre-Professional Intensive

Dance camp for the up-and-coming dancer

who is interested in refining technique and

studying with guest teachers from NY and

Russia.

July 27 – 31: Times TBD

Fairytale Ballet

Ages 3 - 8

Once-a-week dance class that explores

Magical Fairy Tales.

Dates and times: TBD

Butterfly Ballet

Ages 2 & 3

Once-a-week dance class for budding

ballerinas.

Dates and times: TBD

Toddler and Me

Ages 18 months - 3 years

A chance for your dancer to explore

movement with their favorite caregiver.

Dates and times: TBD

GLEBE HOUSE MUSEUM & GERTRUDE

JEKYLL GARDEN

49 Hollow Rd., Woodbury, CT

203-263-2855 www.glebehousemuseum.org

Hands on History

Experience life in the 18th century through

colonial activities. (Ages 6-12)

July 6-10: 9 am - 3 pm

Members: $220; Non-Members: $240

Art of the Garden

Enjoy the magic of the Jekyll Garden while

participating in garden activities and crafts.

(Ages 6-12)

July 13 - 17: 9 am - 3 pm

Members: $220; Non-Members: $240

Colonial Life: Individual Program Days

Spend each day immersed in a facet of

colonial life. Participants may choose the

days they attend. (Ages 8-14)

July 20 - 24: 9 am - 1 pm

Members: $40/day, Non-Members: $50/day

MAIN STREET BALLET

124 South Pomperaug Ave., Woodbury, CT

203-263-5107 www.mainstreetballet.com

Main Street Ballet’s Fairy Tale Dance Camp!

Enjoy a week of dance, crafts, activities,

friendship and fun. For ages 4 to entering

3rd grade. Campers have the option to

perform in Newbury Musical Theatre’s junior

show at the end of the week.

July 13-17: 9 am – 12:30 pm

$195

SEVEN ANGELS THEATRE

1 Plank Rd., Hamilton Park, Waterbury, CT

203-757-4676 www.sevenangelstheatre.org

Seven Angels Summer Theatre Program

3 age groups: 7-9, 10-12, 13-18.

Select one week or as many weeks as you

like. Daily classes in Theatre (scene study,

theatre games, improvisation, Shakespeare),

Music/Voice and Movement/Dance. Specialty

classes in writing, technology and design.

July 6 – Aug. 14: 9 am – 1 pm

July 6 – Aug. 14: 1 pm – 3 pm Rehearsal for

the weekly performance

Registration, Prices: Call Box Office


PROMOTING CONNECTING COLLABORATING ADVOCATING

We boost your

marketing and

increase your

visibility.

We link you to the arts

community and arts

opportunities.

We create a synergy

between members

and a rapport with the

community.

We give arts a voice and

can help your voice be

heard, too.

The Arts & Culture Collaborative welcomes anyone affiliated with

the arts or who supports the arts – from individuals, artists,

performers, musicians and photographers to theater venues, dance

companies, museums, art retailers, municipalities and more.

The ACC serves 16 towns in the greater Waterbury region and the

Naugatuck Valley: Ansonia, Beacon Falls, Bethlehem, Cheshire,

Derby, Middlebury, Naugatuck, Oxford, Prospect, Seymour,

Southbury, Thomaston, Waterbury, Watertown, Wolcott, Woodbury.

Be a pARTner in the Arts!

As your go-to resource for arts and culture in this area, the ACC is

committed to staying connected to what’s happening in the arts so

we can provide that information for all who are interested.

We look forward to hearing from you! Like us on social media, visit

our website or call us with information and questions

at 203-757-0101, Ext. 316.

PATRON of the ARTS

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Based on Organization’s Annual Operating Budget

__Under 100,000:

__$100,000 – $250,000:

__$250,001 – $1,000,000:

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$275

__Over $1,000,000:

__EXPANDED pARTner

Minimum Point of Entry $1,000

Payable in 2 installments - April & September

__PREMIER pARTner

Minimum Point of Entry $2,500

Payable in 2 installments - April & September

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Join Us!

Please make checks payable and mail this form to:

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Membership applications and payment may also

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Contact the ACC to learn about our new

EXPANDED and PREMIER pARTner programs!

Connect with us

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Thanks to Our Ongoing Supporters!

As a non-profit local arts agency under the auspices of the Greater Waterbury Chamber of Commerce Foundation, the ACC

is grateful for the support of the Arts & Tourism Commission of the City of Waterbury, the Waterbury Regional Chamber, the

Connecticut Community Foundation and the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development/Office of

the Arts, which also receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.


Thank you to our Arts & Culture Collaborative pARTnership sponsors.

ROMANCE

ADVENTURE

GERSHWIN!

Beethoven

Celebration

WATERBURY

SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Saturday, May 2, 2020 at 7:30 PM at NVCC

APRIL 10-11 , 2020

PAL ACE THEATER , WATERBURY C T

WHO COULD ASK FOR ANYTHING MORE!

Triple Concerto featuring AYA Trio

Symphony no. 5

Tickets: waterburysymphony.org

203-574-4283

203.346.2000 | PALACETHEATERCT.ORG

100 EAST MAIN STREET, WATERBURY CT

Run fo the

ARTS

Friday, June 19 th

kIDS FUN RUN 6:00 pm

ADULT RUN 6:30 pm

Ballantine Park, Southbury CT

Enjoy Live Music by Those Guys and Food Trucks

KIDS RUN $10

5K Registration is $25 per person in advance

$30 same day registration

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