Archive for January, 2015

Peter and the Starcatcher at Shubert TheatreDon’t miss your chance to see Peter Pan and the Starcatcher, winner of five Tony Awards, at the Shubert Theatre in historic downtown New Haven! This spectacular musical production is only in town THIS weekend, opening Friday, Jan. 29 and closing Sunday, Feb. 1.

Peter and the Starcatcher is a lighthearted and inspiring prequel to Peter Pan that is playful enough for children and sophisticated enough for adults. With rave reviews from The New York Times and Broadway.com, the show transports the audience to Neverland on an exhilarating tale of adventure, magic and childhood innocence. Based on the best-selling novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, Peter and the Starcatcher is performed by only a dozen actors who represent over a hundred unique characters. This imaginative and innovative musical tells the origin story of one of the most beloved characters of all times, and illustrates how Peter Pan became the boy who never grew up. To reserve your seat for Peter and the Starcatcher, tickets can be purchased online or by calling 203.562.5666. Read More→

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ArtWorksDiscover the charming delights of the Small Wonders exhibit at the ARTWorks Gallery on the Green, provided by the Seabury Academy of Music and the Arts, Inc. This unique collection, featuring the works of Karen Silver Bloom and Naiad Einsel, will be available until Feb. 17 at St. Paul’s on the Green.

Small Wonders features a unique assortment of collectable shadow boxes filled with vintage toys, memorabilia and artwork. Karen Silver Bloom, whose distinct shadow boxes have been featured in Country Living and on HGTV, has partnered with Westport illustrator Naiad Einsel to create and assemble this intriguing collection. The boxes act as captivating three-dimensional illustrations, inviting the viewer to create a nostalgic experience and reminisce on their own personal memories. Read More→

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Hamden Apartments at SeramonteWhether your apartment is open and spacious or small and cozy, it can be difficult to figure out how to make the most of your space. Fortunately, there are some easy decorating tips that can make any room feel warm and inviting while showcasing your unique style.

  • Use mirrors to reflect light and create space. Mirrors always serve to open up a room. Hanging a mirror opposite a window is especially useful for reflecting light, while placing one behind a chest or table creates the illusion of more space.
  • Display your storage. Floating shelves create storage without adding bulkiness and can be hung near the ceiling to draw the eye upward. Alternately, tall, slender bookshelves that fit snugly against the wall utilize vertical storage and free up floor space.

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Shore Line Trolley MuseumIf you’re a fan of local history and getting involved with your community, Shore Line Trolley Museum is hosting a Volunteer Open House on Saturday, Jan. 17. Stop by any time between 10:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. to learn more about working on the railroad!

The Trolley Museum offers its guests a unique opportunity to ride on trolley cars and learn about their history. Volunteers spanning several age groups help to operate the 65+ trolley cars, maintain trolley equipment, build and repair tracks, digitize records for the museum’s archive and many other duties. Training for these responsibilities is provided by the museum’s experts, so no prior experience is needed to be a volunteer. Read More→

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