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Glastonbury - Drum Ceremony
Posted on: 2017-12-01
What: Drum Ceremony
Where: Naughty Shaman Center for Shamanic Arts, 2450 Main St., Glastonbury
When: 12/15/2017 (Friday), 7 PM - 8:30 PM
The rhythm of the drum echoes the beating of our hearts. When we gather together, in rhythm, we send out a message to the world. By transforming burdensome energy into peace, love, and hope, we spread the word: It's time to change the world. We do that by healing through the beating of the drum, the dancing of our souls, and the laughter shared around the circle.
Connect with us at our monthly Drum Ceremony! Bring your drum, rattle, or any noise maker (even your hands are an instrument!).
Be a part of something big. It all starts with a single beat.
$10 suggested donation:
Each month all proceeds will go to a specified cause
 

 
Old Lyme - The Holiday Sale at The Cooley Gallery
Posted on: 2017-12-01
What: The Holiday Sale at The Cooley Gallery
Where: The Cooley Gallery, 25 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, CT 06371
When: 11/16/2017 - 1/7/2018, Thursday through Saturday noon to 5pm and Sunday from noon to 4pm
Historic and contemporary art in all sizes. Features both newly discovered paintings by Old Lyme colony artists as well as works by a select group of contemporary artists. Opening reception on Thursday, November 16 from 5-7pm. On view through January 7. Admission is free. Visitors are welcome and encouraged Thursday through Saturday noon to 5pm and Sunday from noon to 4pm or online anytime at www.cooleygallery.com. 

 
Old Saybrook - A Christmas Carol
Posted on: 2017-12-01
What: A Christmas Carol
Where: atharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center, 300 Main St., Old Saybrook, CT
When: 12/16/2017 (Saturday)
In this musical interpretation of the Charles Dickens classic, we first meet the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge on Christmas Eve, as he is complaining about having to give his clerk, Bob Cratchit, the next day's holiday off. Maintaining that Christmas is merely "humbug," Scrooge refuses to contribute to the local charity's fund for the poor. He even refuses the invitation of his nephew, Fred, to join his family for a holiday celebration. It is only later that night when he is visited by a succession of spirits, the ghost of his deceased partner, Jacob Marley and the Ghosts of Christmases Past, Present, and Yet-to-Come, that Ebenezer considers the consequences of his past and present actions and reconsiders his outlook on life. Grateful for a "second chance," Scrooge vows to help his fellow man, including Bob Cratchit and his frail little son, Tiny Tim, and is reunited with his family. Though it may have only been a dream, Ebenezer Scrooge is a changed man.
A Christmas Carol captures both the humorous and touching moments of the classic story with witty dialogue and fresh new songs, conveying Dickens' original message that the holiday season should be a "kind, forgiving, charitable time 

 
West Hartford - Santa & Me with Special Guest Belle
Posted on: 2017-12-01
What: Santa & Me with Special Guest Belle
Where: Elmwood Community Center, 1106 New Britain Ave., West Hartford
When: 12/16/2017 (Saturday), 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Santa and the elves are filled with joy. Dress in your holiday best because we are going to a ball with Belle. Santa will cheer the children and there will be cookies and cocoa for all. Best for ages 2-10. Registration in advance.
https://www.westhartfordct.gov/gov/departments/leisure/ecc/eventstrips.asp 

 
Hartford - Choral Masterworks Christmas Concert
Posted on: 2017-12-01
What: Choral Masterworks Christmas Concert
Where: Asylum Hill Congregational Church, 814 Asylum Ave., Hartford, CT
When: 12/17/2017 (Sunday), 4 PM - 7 PM
The Asylum Hill Sanctuary Choir, orchestra, and soloists, under the direction of Jack A. Pott present three choral masterworks for the Christmas season:
"Laud to the Nativity" by Ottorino Respighi (sung in Italian) soloists: Kalia Kellogg, soprano (Angel)
Matthew Weisher, tenor (shepherd)
Traci Keen, mezzo-soprano (Mary)
"Christmas Oratorio" by Camille Saint-Saens (sung in English) soloists:
Schauntice Marshall-Sheperd, soprano
Traci Keen, mezzo-soprano
Cynthia Wolcott, mezzo-soprano
Michael Hughes, tenor
Matthew Weisher, tenor
Jermaine Woodard, Jr., baritone
Brian Jones, bass
"Magnificat" by John Rutter (sung in Latin)
soloist: Kalia Kellogg, soprano
Also on the program will be an audience carol sing, and the thrilling 'Christmas Overture" for orchestra by Nigel Hess.
Tickets are $20 general admission, and can be purchased in advance throught the church website www.ahcc.org, or at the door.
Door sales are cash or check only.
Student rush tickets are $10 at the door on the day of the event with valid student ID.
Children 12 and under are free.
This is the second in our Music for Humanity concert series. This endowed series, made possible through the generosity of John & Edie Murphy and others, presents community concerts in AHCC's historic sanctuary. As presentation costs are supported by this fund, ALL PROCEEDS from ticket sales are directed to Hartford area service agencies and community programs. The agency beneficiary for this concert is ImmaCare, Inc., who strive to eliminate homelessness in the Hartford region, while building a more vibrant community, by creating safe and affordable housing options and increasing the skills, income and hope of those who struggle with housing crisis
 

 
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