Monthly Archives: April 2018

Director’s College: Dolmens and Standing Rocks of New England

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There are hundreds, if not thousands, of large and unusual megalithic structures deep in the forests of New England, New York and New Jersey. Join Geoffrey Whittum to explore the ways these standing rocks and dolmens may represent the work of ancient civilizations. While walking the woods of New England and Middle Atlantic states, presenter Geoffrey […]

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Change Your World from the Inside Out with Meditation

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This is a two-part series. You can attend one or both sessions, it’s up to you! Please register for each session individually. One small change can make a big difference. This year can bring you that small change. By tapping into the power of meditation we can learn a powerful technique that is life changing. […]

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Director’s College: The Amistad Uprising and Farmington, 1841

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From March through November 1841, Farmington, Connecticut was home to the African Mendi captives who had rebelled and overtaken the slave-ship, La Amistad. Historical interpreter Kim A. Silva will shine a light on Farmington’s surprising role in the aftermath of the uprising through theater, imagery, and American Sign Language. Farmington 1841 – When the righteous abolitionist […]

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Garmany Music Series: John Brighenti and Orice Jenkins Present the Songs of Nat King Cole

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Pianist, John Brighenti, and vocalist, Orice Jenkins, bring the songs of Nat King Cole to life in an entertaining and informative performance! John Brighenti is a graduate of the Hartt College of Music where he studied both classical piano and music theory. After graduating, he enrolled at the Hartford Conservatory of Music to further pursue […]

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Get Financially Fit! Estate Planning and Long-Term Care