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The following programs, events, and happenings are taking place in the greater New Milford area:

Join the JCC in Sherman June 25 at 7 p.m. for a special performance of “Some of My Songs” starring Mike Latini with special guest Susanna Marker.

Mike Latini developed his craft in New York City and Boston, performing in rock bands and singer song-writer venues throughout the northeast.

His fourth and latest album, “2020 Visions,” written during and largely about the pandemic year, is being released in connection with this show. His earlier collections are available on iTunes and Spotify, and can be heard at

Susanna Marker is a singer-songwriter based in Sherman. She’s performed her original music throughout the region as both a solo act and with several bands.

Tickets are $20 for members and $25 for others, and and can be purchased at

JCC in Sherman is on 9 Route 39 South. For more information, call 860-355-8050 or email [email protected].

Gunn Memorial Library in Washington announces July programs

The Gunn Memorial Library’s monthly book club will meet July 7 at 6:30 p.m. on site to discuss Clare Pooley’s The Authenticity Project. Copies of the book are available at the front desk of the library. Registration and more information can be found on Call 860-868-7586 ot email [email protected].

The Gunn Memorial Library is at 5 Wykeham Road.

Gunn Memorial Library, Hickory Stick Bookshop welcome Shapiro, Maum

The authors will have a conversation about Maum’s latest book, “The Year of the Horses.” Both authors will be at the library July 14 at 6:30 p.m. and signed copies of the book will be available for purchase at the event.

Maum’s memoir captures a woman’s journey out of depression and the horses that guide her, physically and emotionally, on a new path forward, a release said.

Registration is required and can be found at Purchase copies of both books at the Hickory Stick Bookshop or at

Gunn Memorial Library offering storytime programs

This summer, the Junior Library at Gunn Memorial Library is offering a variety of story time programs, summer reading, and programs focused on nature, conservation, and our role in our local environment.

All programs are free and open to the public. Register by calling 860-868-2310 or emailing [email protected].

Friday Toddler Story Time – July 1-Aug. 19 on Fridays from 11-11:45 a.m. Themed stories, crafts and songs designed for toddlers and their caregivers. Registration is required as space is limited. To register, please email Mrs. Linda at [email protected] or call 860-868-2310.

Bilingual story time, July 14 from 10:30 -11:30 a.m. – The Gunn Junior Library hosts Literacy Volunteers on the Green for a fun, interactive bilingual story time in both English and Spanish with fingerplays, songs and a fun craft, a release said.

LVG is located in New Milford and offers free English language and literacy skills and tutoring for adult learners in Northwestern CT.

For more information on LVG, visit To register, contact Linda Morse at [email protected].

Summer reading: The annual summer reading program runs from June 25 through Aug. 20.

Upon registration, children will receive a reading log to track time spent reading and a book bag filled with goodies. Each hour read earns children a ticket to redeem for a special prize, the release said. Sign-ups begin June 25 and register in person at the library.

Exploring agriculture and 4-H-Thursdays at 12:30 p.m. starting June 28. Litchfield County’s 4-H program is run through the University of Connecticut.

They will explore the various aspects of planting & growing, fishing, sewing, and eating the foods most familiar to Connecticut natives. Registration is required. Call 860-868-2310 or email Ms. Linda at [email protected].

Build the Forest Community with White Memorial Conservation Center, July 23 at 1 p.m.

White Memorial Conservation Center will discuss the interconnectedness of all life in a forest community. Kids will learn about this connection firsthand as they construct a community of forest creatures out of sticks, a release said.

To register, email [email protected] or call 860-868-2310.

“Explorations and Interactions” exhibit at Roxbury library

James Stanton’s exhibit of paintings, “Explorations & Interactions,” will be at Minor Memorial Library, 23 South St., beginning July 2, from 10 p.m. to 4 p.m. The show will continue through Aug. 12.

The artist’s paintings of landscapes, gardens and botanicals bring together technique and composition to convey a variety of colorful, exuberant art.

Stanton is a resident of Roxbury and New York City.

Paradice Cruiser Thanksgiving in July car show to benefit New Milford Food Bank

The show is July 9 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. It’s at

route 202 & 109 Union Savings Bank. Cars, trucks and motorcycle are welcome with a $10 entry fee. It’s free to spectate. Please bring non-perishable food.

Coping with grief group to begin at Sherman Church

A coping with grief guided discussion group will meet June 23 and June 30 from 9 a.m. to noon in the parlor of the Sherman Church, 6 Church Road. It will be led by the Revs. Drs. Barbie and Dan Morton of South Kent. There will be a one-time fee of $45 and participants will be provided instruction, handouts and a renewal of their faith in God.

The Rev. Dr. Morton was most recently interim pastor in residence and interim spiritual director of the Oratory of the Little Way in Gaylordsville.

The Mortons were co-pastors of the First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Globe, AZ, for more than 16 years and also served as chaplains for Cobre Valley Regional Hospital, the Lutheran Hospice, Canyon Fire Department and the City of Globe Fire Department. It was there they gained experience in trauma on scene, in the ER, the ICU and in family life within their congregation, a release said.

Reservations for the group sessions may be made through the Sherman Church office at 860-354-6114 or by emailing [email protected].

Artist Dennis Stuart’s artwork at Kent Memorial Library

The artwork will be on display until the end of June in “Paintings of the Litchfield Hills.”

Stuart is from Litchfield County. His painting career spans 45 years. A portion of sales will benefit the library.

Kent Memorial Library is at 32 North Main St., Kent. Call 860-927-3761. Visit for more information and to see the online gallery with current and past artists.

New Milford: Make Music Day at Gallery 25, Creative Arts Studio

Hummingbird and Friends to perform at Gallery 25 for the NWCT’s “Make Music Day.” The event is on June 21 from 5-7 p.m.

Hummingbird is a local band from Connecticut’s Northwest Corner that performs an eclectic blend of blues, jazz, country, originals, native chants, and healing sounds, a release said.

Gallery 25 and Creative Arts Studio, New Milford Commission on the Arts, is at 11 Railroad St.

New Milford. Call 860-355-6009, visit or email Gallery25newmilfordct

Sherman Library golf tournament fundraiser at Whippoorwill Country Club

The Sherman Library’s third annual Golf Tournament fundraiser is at Whippoorwill Country Club, 150 Whippoorwill Road, Armonk, NY. There will be golf, a barbeque, and prizes. It will be June 27, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

There will be on-course refreshments, a post round barbeque, socializing, a silent auction, and open bar. The event raises money for the Sherman Library.

There will be many contests to win including hole(s) in one, putting, longest drive, and closest to the pin. To level the field, the tournament handicaps will be a best ball foursome utilizing players’ handicaps.

Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. and tee off is at 10 a.m. Tickets are $300 for a single player (who will be matched up with three other players) or $1,200 for a foursome. The price includes 18 holes of golf, on course refreshment, and a post round barbeque.

Tickets and sponsorship packages can be purchased at For more details, please contact the Sherman Library at 860-354-2455 or email [email protected].

Sherman Library: Learn about five senses

Sense-Sational Study, June 22 at 2 p.m.: Join the Sherman Library and White Memorial Conservation center for a fun interactive program that will put your senses to the test, a release said.

Participants will learn more about their own five senses as they compare them to the senses of several other animals, including a couple of live examples, a release said. Registration is required.

Summer Reading Bingo is July 1 to Aug. 12: Visit or email [email protected] for further information.

Washington Art Association and Gallery to celebrate 70 years with sculptor exhibition

An exhibition by local and longtime WAA member and sculptor Philip Grausman runs to July 24, in addition to the organization’s greatly anticipated 13th annual Summer Solstice Party, “A Night at the Copa” on June 25.

Held at Bryan Memorial Plaza, the exhibition, Philip Grausman: Sculpture & Drawings, will feature several monumentally scaled sculptures inspired from portrait heads originally modeled from life.

For the organization’s 13th annual Summer Solstice Party, “A Night at the Copa” on June 25, the Mojito King Abdo Ballester will orchestrate a fabulous feast for all senses, a release said.

In addition, the crowd will move to the sound of live Cuban music by OCHUN and thrill and sway to the Caribbean vibe of the renowned Thelma Ladeira and her Brazilian Dancers, all while savoring a veritable feast of foods produced and provided by over 20 local chefs, a release said. For tickets, visit

New art exhibit examines Faces of Kent

Faces of Kent: Portraits by Kent’s Modern Day Limners will be presented in the gallery above House of Books on weekends through July 3.

Each Saturday from 2-5 p.m., visitors can watch as one of the artists paints a live portrait of a Kent resident. For more information, visit or call 860-927-4587.

Gunn Memorial Library and Museum in Washington: summer programs

This summer, the Junior Library at Gunn Memorial Library is offering a variety of story time programs, summer reading, and programs focused on nature, conservation, and our role in our local environment. All programs are free and open to the public.

Friday Toddler Story Time – July 1 to Aug. 19 on Fridays from 11-11:45 a.m.

Bilingual Story Time, July 14 – 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.- The Gunn Junior Library welcomes Literacy Volunteers on the Green for an interactive bilingual story time in both English and Spanish with fingerplays, songs and a craft.

For more information on LVG, visit

The annual Summer Reading Program runs from June 25 to Aug. 20. Sign-ups begin June 25. Register in person at the library. Exploring Agriculture and 4-H-Thursday afternoons at 12:30 p.m.starting June 28.

The Junior Library is hosting Litchfield County’s 4-H program through the University of Connecticut for an in-person summer program series. Explore the various aspects of planting & growing, fishing, sewing, and eating the foods most familiar to Connecticut natives. Registration is required.

Build the Forest Community with White Memorial Conservation Center — July 23 at 1 p.m. – White Memorial Conservation Center will discuss the interconnectedness of all life in a forest community. Kids will learn about this connection firsthand as they construct a community of forest creatures out of sticks, a release said.

They will get to meet several forest residents up close to learn how and why each species is so important to the community they inhabit. This program will be held in person at the library. To register, please call or email Ms. Linda at [email protected] or 860-868-2310.

New Milford Public Library, Historical Society, and Museum to celebrate Juneteenth holiday

A two-part programming collaboration between the New Milford Public Library and the New Milford Historical Society and Museum will be offered soon in remembrance and celebration of Juneteenth.

Part two will be June 23 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the New Milford Historical Society and Museum, 6 Aspetuck Ave. Program registrants will be extended a welcome by museum curator Lisa Roush, who will offer an overview of the “Black Experience” exhibit.

The exhibit chronicles the history of Blacks in the United States from the early days of slavery here, through the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, the journey from Reconstruction to the Great Migration and the Civil Rights Movement. Connecticut and especially New Milford are focal points of each historic event with the highlighting of Black military members, leaders and the many contributions made by Black New Milford citizens.

Small groups will be invited to tour the museum and view the general collection, as well as “The Black Experience in New Milford.”

Registration is required at or by calling 860-355-1191.

New Milford library: The History of Pride: June 28, 7 p.m. on Zoom

Learn why LGBTQ+ matters, how far back it goes, how it has shaped the world, and who some of the most interesting individuals from it are. Sarah Prager is the author of three books on LGBTQ+ history: Queer, There, and Everywhere, Rainbow Revolutionaries, and Kind Like Marsha.

To register and get the Zoom link, visit the New Milford Public Library website at For assistance, call 860-355-119.

Washington Art Association and Gallery Summer Solstice Festival to return

The event is June 25 from 6 to 10 p.m.

Abdo Ballester will orchestrate a feast for all senses. There will be Cuban music and performances by Thelma Ladiera and her Brazillian Dancers — along with a feast of foods produced and provided by over 20 chefs.

Usher in this long awaited festival and summer at the “FESTA” pop up space by Washington Town Hall, a release said.

To purchase tickets for Summer Solstice 2022, call 860-868-2878 or email [email protected]. Tickets are $75 advance purchase or $100 at the door.

Photography retrospective of work by late Robert Gumpper on display in Bridgewater

The Burnham Library will have a photography retrospective with pieces by the late Robert T Gumpper (1928-2005) of Bridgewater.

This display has been curated by his daughter, Valerie Gumpper.

Bob Gumpper was influenced mostly by the pictorial movement and the photo secessionists, a release said. He also produced prints in a wide range of antique processes, namely Bromoil and Bromoil Transfer.

The photography may be viewed during library hours at the Burnham Library, 62 Main St. South, Bridgewater.

The show will run through June 30. For additional information, visit or by calling 860-354-6937.

Work by Gumpper on display at Washington library through July 30

Valerie Gumpper shares a collection of photographs by her father, Robert Gumpper, showing a wide range of antique processes. Gumpper’s photographs will be on display at the Gunn Memorial Library through July 30.

Gunn Memorial Library is located at 5 Wykeham Road at the juncture of Route 47 opposite the Green in Washington.

Kent: House of Books celebrates homecoming

House of Books celebrates its Homecoming Summer with authors, events, and all things Connecticut. It moved back to its home, at 10 North Main St.

Among the event highlights are: ● Litchfield County’s own Lisa Taddeo, bestselling author of Three Women, launches her new short story collection, Ghost Lover, on June 18 ● Connecticut historians Eric D. Lehman and Amy Nawrocki explore their newest book Connecticut Farms and Farmers Markets on July 9 ● Local pastry cook Brian Levy teaches us how to bake with naturally sweet (and delicious) ingredients in his new cookbook, Good & Sweet, launching July 30 ● Author and editor Catie Marron discusses her time learning to garden in Connecticut in her new book Becoming a Gardener on Aug. 13.

All of these upcoming events are free to attend. To learn more about House of Books’ event schedule, visit

Art exhibit in Washington to feature abstract watercolor paintings

The Judy Black Memorial Park and Gardens welcomes Susan Harris and her art exhibit, “Life Patterns.”

Harris’s display will feature abstract watercolor paintings. The exhibit will be on view through July 5.

Deer Pond Farm in Sherman announces programs for the month of June

All onsite programs are held outside. Visitor parking and programs meet at: 57 Wakeman Hill Road, Sherman, Call 860-799-4074. All programs are held outside. Registration is required at

Cost is $5 for adults members and free for children, and $10 for others, and $5 for children.

Fern id walk will be June 29, 10 a.m. to noon. There is no fee. Enjoy a shady stroll along the trails of Deer Pond Farm and discover the various ferns common to Connecticut. Meet at 57 Wakeman Hill Road, Sherman. Call 860-799-4074.

Botanist and Connecticut Audubon Society Master Naturalist Jim Cortina and Connecticut Audubon Society Master Naturalist Diane Nizlek will co-lead this two mile hike, during which they will share the basics of fern identification and reproduction.

Learn a few fun facts on some of the oldest plants on our planet and how they support local birds. Please keep track of your nature observations.

Summer bird count bird walk: June 19, from 9 to 11 a.m. See what warm-weather avian residents can be found throughout Deer Pond Farm. Join Habitat Steward and Stefan Martin on this guided bird walk, during which we will contribute observations and data collection to the New Milford/Pawling Summer Bird Count.

Join volunteers Mary Ann and Allison the first Friday of each month for a hike on the shade-covered trails at Deer Pond Farm. There is no fee. This is a great way to explore new trails, get some fresh air, exercise and see some of our 850 acres, a release said.

Visitor parking and guided programs meet at 57 Wakeman Hill Road, Sherman. Call 860-799-4074.

Visit for updates and cancellations. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Reservations are required for all programs. Please visit

Schedule a private guided walk – Enjoy a two-hour, staff- or volunteer-led walk for up to 10 people. Available year-round. Pricing is based on program type. Please call Cathy Hagadorn, Director, at (860) 799-4074, ext.104 to schedule.

Minor Memorial Library in Roxbury to bring back summer concert series

The Minor Memorial Library in Roxbury is excited to bring back our Summer Concert Series on the library’s lawn, a release said.

The first concert will be June 18 at 3 p.m. It will be “Hot Acoustics” with Waterbury Symphony Concert Master Alyce Cognetta Bertz and Gary Bertz.

Bring your own picnic, lawn chairs or blanket and enjoy the music. There is no charge for this program.

The library’s second summer concert will be on Aug. 6 at 3 p.m. and will feature “Restless Mountain Band” and the third summer concert will be on Sept. 3 at 3 p.m. with the band “Roxbury Station.”

Call the library at 860-350-2181 or visit for more information and directions.

New Milford Public Library adult events

Foreign Film Fridays — a series at The Maxx from 4-6 p.m. for the first three Fridays in June. Popcorn and drinks will be served.

June 17 – Cleo from 5 to 7, French w/English subtitles, NR, 90 minutes – The longest day of the year in the life of a young Florence Victoire, who is better known by her stage name Cléo Victoire. Two days ago, she went in for some tests for cancer. She will be getting the results today at 6:30 p.m. She is certain that it will be a terminal cancer diagnosis. This belief affects how she approaches the day.

June 22 (rain date 7/6), 6 p.m. on The New Milford Green Tai Chi on The Green

Tai Chi instructor Adam Tilbe will be teaching a beginner Tai Chi class on The Green outside the historic building of the Library, the first four Wednesdays of the month. Mats or towels to stand on must be supplied by the participant. No registration is needed.

June 23, Part 2 of 2, a visit to the New Milford Historical Society and Museum. Sequel to the Black Experience in New Milford Oral History Talk. Details to follow.

June 28, 7 p.m. on Zoom The History of Pride Join author Sarah Prager as she shares stories from LGBTQ+ history. Learn why LGBTQ+ matters, how far back it goes, how it has shaped the world, and who some of the most interesting individuals from it are, a release said.

June Programs with New Milford Public Library will be on Zoom, The Marsh Parish House, 36 Main Street, New Milford, or on The New Milford Town Green.

Washington library short story group meeting

The Gunn Memorial Library in Washington has a dedicated group of short story enthusiasts that meet once a month online to discuss short stories from all different years, voices, and points of view.

On June 21 at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom, two stories will be discussed: Vanilla Slice by Julie Taylor takes us to a sunny afternoon in a park to enjoy a favorite treat- a peaceful moment interrupted by the darker recesses of the narrator’s mind.

In Three Women of Chuck’s Donuts by Anthony Veasana So, a mother and her two daughters are puzzled by a man who appears in their shop each night, orders an apple fritter, and never eats it, at one point imagining him to be a hitman hired by the rich uncle who has never been repaid the loan he gave them to open their business.

Register on Gunn Library’s website at Upon registration, you will receive access to the stories along with the Zoom link to the program.

Judy Black Memorial Park and Gardens, Washington, movies series

The movie screenings will be held at the park, at 1 Green Hill Road. There are four Friday evenings

All events are BYO chairs, blankets, food and beverages. Leashed pets are allowed. Movies start at dusk.

The schedule is:

July 1—In the Heat of the Night, sponsored by Rod Pleasants & Steve Godwin

Aug. 5—The Secret Life of Pets (animated), sponsored by Depot Dog Boutique

Sept. 2—The Proposal, sponsored by Ericson Insurance Advisors

Washington: Hollister House Garden expands visiting hours for summer

Through Aug. 31, the garden will offer special opening hours for plein air artists and photographers to enjoy the beauty of the garden in the early light on Wednesdays from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. The $5 admission fee per visitor will apply.

The garden will also be open on Thursday evenings from 5-7 p.m. through Aug. 25.

First Fridays return to Hollister House Garden July 1, and Aug. 5. As the light fades and day turns to evening, visitors are invited to enjoy a glass of wine and enjoy the company of friends and neighbors while seeing beauty of the garden in a different light. This is a special way to delight in the intimate outdoor spaces, bordered by dramatic hedges and overflowing exuberant plantings. Admission is $10 per person and includes a glass of rosé wine. Reservations are not required.

Sherman Players will present “Stepping Out”

The production will run July 1 to 23 at the Sherman Playhouse. STEPPING OUT is a rollicking comedy about the attempts of a misfit bunch to overcome their inhibitions and left feet in a low-rent dance studio.

Face masks will continue to be required to be worn at all times while inside the theater. Stepping Out runs July 15, 16, 21 and 23 at 8 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. There will be two 2 p.m. Sunday matinees on July 10 and 17. Tickets are $24 for adults and $12 for students. On June 30, all patrons are invited to attend a “Half-Price Preview Night” at 8:00 p.m., where tickets at the door are only $12. Students may see any performance for $12 if they carry a valid student ID. Reservations can be made at or by calling (860) 354-3622. The Sherman Playhouse is at 5 Route 39 North (next to the firehouse).

New Milford: Gallery 25 and Creative Arts Studio to present “Wild and Domestic” show

Gallery 25 presents “Wild and Domestic” featuring interpretations of this title by member artists. The show includes fresh new paintings, photographs, fused glass, ceramics, jewelry and woodworks based on the theme. The show runs to July 17.

In addition, as part of the gallery’s monthly Featured Artist Program, which hosts nonmembers for a month, painter Ed Arrabis will be presenting a showing of lively still lifes to June 26.

Gallery 25 and Creative Arts Studio New Milford Commission On the Arts is at 11 Railroad St., New Milford. Visit

June young adult events at New Milford Public Library

These are events for grades 6-12. Most events are in person at the Marsh Parish House unless otherwise indicated. RSVP for all programs by emailing [email protected] or register at

Young adult activists/volunteers — Need some community service hours? Come June 17 from 4 to 5 p.m.

Drumming in the Sun! Make some noise at a drum circle on the Summer Solstice — June 21 from 2 to 3 p.m.

Nature Journaling—Learn how to take time in nature and create a journal — June 24 from 4 to 5:30 p.m.

Dungeons & Dragons meets two times this month on Zoom, June 20 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Movie matinees at Washington library this June

June Movie Matinees at the Gunn Memorial Library are as follows:

June 20 at 1 pm- Death on the Nile- Although Belgium’s premiere sleuth Hercule Poirot (Kenneth Branagh) plans a spectacular Egyptian vacation aboard a glamorous river steamer, the trip turns into a terrifying search for a murderer after a picture-perfect couple’s honeymoon is cut tragically short.

Monday, June 27 @ 1 p.m.- Everything, Everywhere, All at Once- An aging Chinese immigrant is swept up in an insane adventure, where she alone can save the world by exploring other universes connecting with the lives she could have led. R 2h 19m.

Register in advance for these showings at

Roxbury senior center painting reception demo

On June 18 from 4 to 6 p.m., The Center at 7 South, Roxbury Senior Center will host local watercolorist Sandra Cointreau with a reception of selected works in support of aid to Ukraine. She will be making her newest watercolor paintings available with a commitment of 30 percent of the sale price donated to Ukraine Red Cross emergency relief. Select paintings feature the interface of land and water in the “Water’s Edge Series.”

During the event, she will provide a live demonstration of her technique, painting one large watercolor of sunflowers which will be available for purchase with 100 percent of the proceeds donated to Ukraine Red Cross. Selected paintings will remain available at The Center through the month of June.

Music Lineup for Washington’s 2020 Music on the Green Series

Music on the Green will take place Friday nights from 6:30 to 8 p.m. through July 29 (except July 8) on the Washington Town Green.

The series will feature a variety of musical styles and genres. This year’s series is sponsored by Wright Electrical Company and is free to attend.

The 2022 schedule of musical acts will be:

June 17 – The Joint Chiefs: Quartet performing a mixture of acoustic originals and unexpected covers

June 24 – Eva Millay Evans: Original songs with an old-soul Joni Mitchell feel and a modern Taylor Swift take on love

July 1 – Jerry Phelps: Pianist/vocalist performing Broadway tunes, pop, and R&B

July 15 – Kayla Barone: Vocalist with guitar accompaniment performing an indie pop set of originals and upbeat popular songs

July 22 – Kevin Vidou & Daniel Varghese: Acoustic/vocal duet performing original works and popular covers

July 29 – Ron Castonguay: A one-man-band performing smooth jazz; polished tracks featuring saxophone

Bring a blanket and chairs. Food and treats will be served at The Po Café on The Green.

For more information, follow @thepocafe on Instagram or Facebook.

Sherman, New Fairfield — Great Hollow Juried Painting and Photography Show

Sponsored by the Great Hollow Photographers Club, this year’s show features over 100 selected works of art by 40 different artists that depict beautiful scenes of nature within and near the preserve, a release said.

The show is online to June 30. Visit

Washington: Spring Hill Arts gathering June festival

Spring Hill Arts Gathering, also known as SHAG, launched a new website and shared its lineup for the June Festival. The celebration of art, music, and community takes place at Spring Hill Vineyards (292 Bee Brook Road, New Preston).

There will be a weekend of art and music, June 17-19.

Headliners Grateful Shred and Cautious Clay are joined by Lido Pimienta, BJ The Chicago Kid, Abraham Alexander, Raye Zaragoza, and Nat Myers, with Pride Party co-headlined by Betty Who and Deborah Cox.

Tickets are available at

Tim Donoghue collages at Roxbury Library

“Tim Donoghue Collages,” an exhibit of works by Tim Donoghue at Minor Memorial Library, 23 South St., Roxbury, runs through June 25. Call 860-350-2181 for information and directions. © All rights reserved. | Newsphere by AF themes.