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        Events in Our 16-Town Region for
   July, August & September 2019




Promoting, Connecting, Collaborating
   and Advocating for the Arts!
Promoting, Connecting, Collaborating and Advocating for the Arts!
Outdoor Summer Music
                      Enjoy the summer weather and the great sounds of various musicians performing in towns throughout our region!

                  Ansonia – Summer Concert Series
                  Veteran’s Park 253 Main St., Ansonia, CT
                  Weather permitting
                  July 10 – Aug. 28: 7 pm
 ANSONIA




                  Ansonia – Valley Arts Council’s “Art in the Park”
                  Veteran’s Park 253 Main St., Ansonia, CT
                  Music by Senator George Logan ( Hendrix );
                  Al & Sal Duo ( Fools on the Hill); Billy Black
                  July 20: 3 pm – 9 pm

                  Ansonia – Rock the Valley
                  Nolan Field Sports Complex, Wakelee Ave., Ansonia, CT
                                                                              Naugatuck Green ^
                  Music by Draw the Line (Aerosmith Tribute Band)
                  Aug. 24: 4 pm – 10 pm                                                   Naugatuck – Concerts on the Green
                  Cost: $3, under 12 – Free                                               Naugatuck Green, 228 Church Street, Naugatuck, CT




                                                                              NAUGATUCK
                                                                                          Rain location – Naugatuck High School
                  Beacon Falls – Summer Concert Series                                    Tuesdays 7 pm
 BEACON FALLS




                  St. Michael’s Green, 25 Maple Ave. Beacon Falls, CT                     June 25 Naugatuck Community Band
                  Wednesdays 6 pm                                                         July 2      Maestro’s Men
                  June 19 L&B All Star Review (Country and Blues)                         July 9      Le Mixx
                  June 21 The Kerry Boys (Irish Ballads and Folk Songs)                   July 16     Parkway Diner
                  June 26 The Bernadettes (Motown 70’s and 80’s)                          July 23     Kerry Boys (Irish Night)
                  July 10    T.U.B. (Music from 50’s & 60’s)                              July 30     Simply Swing
                  July 17    Classified (Oldies from 60’s & 70’s)                         Aug. 6      Marty Q Classic Pop & Jazz
                  July 24    Rich Bobinski Orchestra (Polka Music)                        Aug. 13     The Potentials
                  July 31    Angelo (Beacon Falls Easy Listening)                         Aug. 20     Beatles Forever
                  Aug. 7     Al Fenton Big Band Music                                     Sept. 20 60s Satisfaction (Harvest Moon Fest)
                  Aug. 14 60’s Satisfaction (Music of the 60’s)
                              The Kerry Boys >                                            Oxford – Summer Concert Series
                                                                                          Jackson Cove Park Pavilion, 26 Jackson Cove Rd., Oxford, CT
                                                                              OXFORD




                                                                                          Cancellation Line: 203-888-2543, Press 3 then 1
                                                                                          Tuesdays 6:30 pm
                                                                                          July 9      LA Backstage Pass
                                                                                          July 16    The Potentials
                                                                                          July 23    Coyote River Band
                                                                                          July 30    Sumo Sidecar
                                                                                          Aug. 6     Social Convention
                                                                                          Aug. 13    Eran Troy Danner
                                                                                          Aug. 20    Nashville Drive (6:00 Start Time)

                                                                                          Prospect – Summer Concert Series
                                                                                          Prospect Green, 12 Center St., Prospect, CT
                                                                                          Rain location – Prospect Community Center
                                                                              PROSPECT




Eran Troy Danner ^                                                                        Wednesdays 7 pm
                                                                                          June 26     Nightshift Band (Rock)
                                                                                          July 3      NEO Sound (Top 40, R&B)
                                                                                          July 10     Coyote River Band (Blues, Country, Folk, Rock)
                                                                                          July 17     Eran Troy Danner (Blues)
                                                                                          July 24     Mass Confusion (Jazz, Pop/Top 40, R&B)
    Running on Empty >
                                                                                          July 31     Still Kickin with The Big City Horns (Classic
                                                                                                      Rock, Blues, Soul, Funk & a little Country)
                  Cheshire – Friday Night Concerts                                        Aug. 7      Rock Solid Alibi (Rock)
 DERBY CHESHIRE




                  Bartlem Park, 520 South Main Street, Cheshire, CT                       Aug. 14     Avenue Groove (R&B/Funk)
                  Fridays 7 pm                                                            Aug. 21     Southern Voice (Country, Pop, Southern Rock)
                  July 19:   Running on Empty (Jackson Browne and
                             Laurel Canyon tribute band). Raindate: July 23               Seymour – Culture & Arts Commission Concert Series
                  July 26:   Peat Moss and the Fertilizers (Top 40 & Party                Corner of Fifth & Bank St
                                                                              SEYMOUR




                             Band) Raindate: July 30                                      Saturdays 6 pm
                  Aug. 2:    Decadia (80’s and Beyond). Raindate: Aug. 6                  July 6      Larry Ayce
                  Aug. 9:    7 Bridges Road (The Ultimate Eagles                          Aug. 3      The Barons
                             Experience) Raindate: Aug. 13                                Sept. 7     Rubber City Blues

                  Derby – Summer Concert Series                                           Hosted and located
                  Derby Green, 100 Elizabeth Street, Derby, CT.                           at the Great Hill Hose Co. 140 Botsford Rd. Seymour CT
                  For more information visit www.derbyct.gov                              Saturdays 6 pm
                  Tuesdays 6:30 pm                                                        July 20     The Bernadettes
                  June 25 – Aug. 27                                                       Aug. 17     The Royal Kings
Promoting, Connecting, Collaborating and Advocating for the Arts!
Outdoor Summer Music
                    Grab a lawn chair or blanket and pack a picnic or snack. Concerts are free unless otherwise specified!

        Southbury                                                                                                       < Timmy Maia
        Southbury Green Gazebo, 775 Main Street South
        Thursdays 6 pm
        June 20   Radio Waves (Top 40, retro dance, jazz)
        June 27   Memphis Soul Spectacular
        July 11   The Maxxtones
        July 18   The Cartells (Music of all genres)
        Aug. 1    One Track Mind (Classic to modern Rock)
        Aug. 8    Tirebiter (Music from all eras)
        Aug. 15   Kathy Thompson Band (Funk, Soul, R&B Hits)
SOUTHBURY




        Southbury Training School, 1461 South Britain Road,
        Southbury, CT (next to Gatehouse Cafe)
        Tuesdays 6:30 pm
        June 25 Timmy Maia
        July 2      Revolutionary Brass
        July 9      Eight to the Bar                                                                                                          Red Hot Trio ^
        July 16     Brubeck Brothers Quartet
        July 23     Peter Lehndorff
        July 30     Nekita Waller

        River Glen 162 South Britain Rd, Southbury, CT
        Wednesdays 6:30 pm                                                                                                   < Fred & Ethel
        June 26 Larry Ayce Band
        July 17    The EcleKtics                                                        Waterbury – Main Street Waterbury
        Aug. 21    Willie & Jan Nininger                                                Thursdays 12:30 pm – 2 pm
                                                                      WATERTOWN WATERBURY

                                                                                        Waterbury Green
        Memorial Green 561 Main Street South, Southbury, CT                             July 11   L.T. Maroon
        (next to Senior Center/Parks and Recreation Building)                           July 18   Fred & Ethel
        Mondays 6 pm                                                                    July 25   Cynthia Preston
        July 1      Dr. YaYa’s Gumbo Party                                              Aug. 1    Trevor Anthony
        July 8      Gunsmoke                                                            Aug. 8    Red Hots Trio
        July 15     The Kerry Boys                                                      Aug. 15   Petra Herceg
        July 22     The Rakes                                                           Aug. 22   Russ Preston

        Thomaston – Fine Arts Connection of Thomaston                                   Watertown – Summer Block Parties
        Seth Thomas Park, 100 South Main St., Thomaston, CT                             Watertown’s Main Street, between Woodruff Ave. & Depot St.
THOMASTON




        Rain Location – Thomaston High School Auditorium                                Select Saturdays 6 pm – 9 pm
        Mondays 7 pm                                                                    June 15
        June 24 Too Blue                                                                July 20
        July 1     Deni Bonet                                                           Aug. 17
        July 8     Roylety Steel Pan Band
        July 15    Good News Gospel Choir                                               Wolcott
        July 22    60’s Satisfaction                                                    Town Green
        July 29    Goldrush                                                             Sundays 6 pm
        Aug. 5     Liz Queler                                                           June 23    Rockin Heartbeats
        Aug. 12    Parkway Diner Band                                                   July 7     Mad River Band
                                                                      WOLCOTT




        Aug. 19    Chris Coogan Quintet                                                 July 14    TBA
                                                                                        July 21    4 pm Mayor’s picnic
        Waterbury – The Waterbury Arts & Tourism                                                   5 pm T.J. Thompson Trio
        Commission & Bunker Hill Neighborhood Association                               Aug. 18    Ken Nigro Band
        Bunker Hill/ Schofield Park Bunker Hill Ave.
        Fridays 6 pm                                                                    Sundays 6 pm
WATERBURY




        Please bring a non-perishable food item to support local                        Peterson Park
        food ministries.                                                                June 30    Kathy Thompson Band
        July 12     Backbeat (Rain Date: July 19)                                       July 28    Redline
        Aug.16      Soul Funk (Rain Date: Aug. 23)                                      Aug. 4     Fleetwood Macked
                                                                                        Aug. 11    Redzone
        Waterbury – First Congregational Church & Waterbury                             Aug. 25    Crosseyed Cat
        Baptist Ministries
        First Congregational Church 222 W Main St, Waterbury, CT                        Woodbury – The Sounds of Summer
                                                                      WOODBURY




        Rain or shine                                                                   Hollow Park, 43 Hollow Rd., Woodbury, CT
        Tuesdays 6 pm                                                                   Wednesdays 6:30 pm
        July 9     Mattatuck Fife & Drum                                                July 10     The Silver Steel Band
        July 16    Back & Forth Band                                                    July 17     The Future Heavies (80’s Pop)
        July 23    The Valley Chordsman (Barbershop Quartet)                            July 24     Root 6 (Classic Rock)
        July 30    The Kerry Boys                                                       July 31     2nd Company Governor’s Foot Guard Band
Promoting, Connecting, Collaborating and Advocating for the Arts!
July 2019 Events
ARTS ESCAPE, INC.                             Plein Air Pastel with Tony Falcone             “People & Places”
88 Main Street South, Southbury, CT           Students will learn skills “to see” and        Crescent Gallery
203-586-1474 www.artsescape.org               capture clouds and trees. Bring lunch.         A special exhibit of paintings and
                                              July 21: 10 am – 2:30 pm                       photography by Cindy and Ron
Check website for full list of offerings in   Cost: $50                                      Blanchard. Visit the gallery one hour
addition to the ones listed here.                                                            before show times of “Matilda” at the
                                              Mono Etching Workshop                          Thomaston Opera House.
Lecture Series - War Through the Lens         Learn how to create the illusion of            July 13, 19, 20, 26, 27: 7 pm – 8 pm
of Politics, Conflict & Perception            3-dimensional form with the technique of       July 14, 21, 28: 1 pm – 2 pm
July 10, 17, 24, 31; Aug. 7:                  scratch art. Instructor Roseanne Shea.         Cost: Free
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm                             Supplies included. Choose from one of
Cost: $25 each or $100 for all 5 lectures     two classes.
                                                                                             GLASS SOURCE STUDIOS &
                                              July 23: 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Cartooning Around the World for Kids                                                         GALLERY
                                              July 24: 1 pm – 4 pm
July 11, 18, 25: 10 am – 12 pm                                                               18 Bank St., Seymour, CT
                                              Cost: $45
Cost: $75                                                                                    203-888-1616 www.theglasssource.com

Color Theory 101                              BRASS CITY BALLET                              Beginner/Intermediate Stained Glass
July 19: 10 am – 2 pm                         1255 Middlebury Rd., Middlebury, CT            6-week course covering complete and
Cost: $110                                    203-598-0186                                   proper pattern design and layout. Choose
                                              www.brasscityballet.org                        your preferred recurring weeknight.
FIESTA! Music from Spain and Latin                                                           Mon.: July 1 – Aug. 5: 6 pm – 8:30 pm
America                                       Prince & Princess Academy                      Tues.: July 9 – Aug. 13: 6 pm – 8:30 pm
July 25: 4 pm                                 Learn to be a real princess with Anna,         Thurs.: July 11 – Aug. 15: 6 pm – 8:30 pm
Cost $20 – $50                                Elsa, Belle, and all your favorite             Cost: $165
                                              princesses! Dance classes, crafts, games
Summer Camp: Who’s In the Garden              and final coronation performance!              Fused Glass Wind Chime Workshop
A fun, interactive multi-arts program for     July 8 – 12: 10 am – 12 pm (Ages 3 – 4)        Sweeten the sounds around you with a
ages 5 – 8 celebrating the wonders of         July 8 – 12: 9 am – 12 pm (Ages 5 – 9)         beautiful fused glass wind chime. Learn
nature through hands-on art, music, and       Cost: Call BCB for Pricing                     about the tools, techniques, and firing
dance culminating in a performance.                                                          process of glass.
Limited space.                                Toddler Fairy Tale & Butterfly Dance           July 6: 1 pm – 3 pm
July 29, 30, 31; Aug. 1: 9:30 am – 12:30 pm   Classes                                        Cost: $90
Cost: $175                                    Children’s dance classes bring creativity to
                                              life with music, dance and drama.              Fused Glass Plant/Garden Stake
                                              July 18 – Aug. 15 (Thurs., 5-week session)     Workshop
ARTSPLACE                                     10:30 am – 11 am (Ages 18 mos. – 3)            Learn to design and create unique
1220 Waterbury Rd., Cheshire, CT              4:30 pm – 5:15 pm (Ages 3 & 4)                 plant and garden stakes for indoor or
203-272-2787                                  5:15 pm – 6:15 pm (Ages 5 – 8)                 three-season outdoor use.
www.artsplacecheshirect.org                   Cost: $85                                      July 13: 10 am – 12 pm
                                                                                             Cost: $90
Check website for full list of offerings in   Summer Dance 2019
addition to the ones listed here.             Pick and choose your dance schedule.
                                                                                             Fused Glass Plate/Bowl Workshop
                                              Drop-in classes for children and adults in
Travels of the World Art Camp                                                                Students will have a wide selection of
                                              Ballet, Contemporary and Hot Yoga.
Grades 2-6 explore India, Ireland and                                                        molds, glass, frit, stringers and powders
                                              Through Aug. 16 (Call or check
Iceland through unique art projects.                                                         to make their own, one-of-a-kind bowl or
                                              website for schedule, pricing)
Instructor Robin McCahill.                                                                   plate.
July 1, 2, 3: 9 am – 3 pm                     FINE ARTS CONNECTION OF                        July 13: 1 pm – 3 pm
Cost: $165                                    THOMASTON                                      Cost: $85
                                              158 Main St., Thomaston, CT
The Sky’s the Limit Workshop                                                                 Fused Glass Suncatchers Workshop
                                              860-283-2155
Landscape pastel painting 2-day work-                                                        Learn how to design and create four to six
                                              www.thomastonfinearts.com
shop with Karen Israel. Each day begins                                                      medium sun catchers using frit, stringers
with short demo and concludes with            Open Studio                                    and cut glass pieces.
critique. All levels welcome.                 Crescent Gallery                               July 20: 1 pm – 3 pm
July 12, 13: 9:30 am – 4 pm                   The Ten-2-One Artists paint side-by-side       Cost: $85
Cost: $185                                    and share their common bond…ART!
                                                                                             Fused Glass Pendant Workshop
                                              Watch, ask questions, and view the art in
Behind-the-Scenes Art Camp                                                                   Learn how to design and create four to
                                              the gallery.
Hands-on theatre art camp to build sets                                                      five small pendants using frit, stringers
                                              Every Thursday: 10 am – 1 pm
and props by sewing and painting from                                                        and cut-glass pieces.
                                              Cost: Free
popular movies and plays.                                                                    July 27: 10 am – 12 pm
July 15, 16, 17, 18, 19: 9 am – 3 pm                                                         Cost: $85
Cost: $275
Promoting, Connecting, Collaborating and Advocating for the Arts!
July 2019 Events
GLEBE HOUSE MUSEUM &                             LITCHFIELD PERFORMING ARTS                       MATTATUCK MUSEUM
GERTRUDE JEKYLL GARDEN                           P.O. Box 69, Litchfield, CT                      63 Prospect St., Waterbury, CT
49 Hollow Rd., Woodbury, CT                      860-361-6285                                     203-753-0381, Ext. 10
203-263-2855 www.glebehousemuseum.org            www.litchfieldjazzfest.com                       www.mattmuseum.org

Summer Experience 2019                           24th Annual Litchfield Jazz Festival             The Mattatuck Museum is operating a
Children experience enriching, fun activities,   The Gunnery School                               temporary museum exhibit at the historic
taught by professional educators.                22 Kirby Rd. Washington, CT                      Rose Hill mansion during the renovation
Registration available until start of programs   Three days of great jazz and two                 of their West Main St. facility.
or when capacity is reached.                     fundraising parties: Opening Night Gala          Mon. – Fri.: 12 pm – 5 pm,
July 1 – 3: Individual Program Days              at the Judy Black Memorial Park and              First full wknd of the month: 12 pm – 5 pm
(ages 8-15)                                      Gardens and Sunday Jazz Brunch. Visit            Cost: $5; Free Waterbury Residents M-F
July 8 – 12: “Art of the Garden”                 their website for the full festival schedule.
(ages 6-12)                                      July 26 – 28                                     OSHER LIFELONG LEARNING
July 15 – 19: “A Day in the Life of a            Cost: $45 – $500                                 INSTITUTE AT UCONN WATERBURY
Colonial Craftsman” (ages 11-15)
                                                                                                  99 East Main St., Waterbury, CT
July 22 – 26: “Colonial Textiles Week”
                                                 MAIN STREET BALLET                               203-236-9924
(ages 8-15)
                                                 124 South Pomperaug Ave., Woodbury, CT           www.waterbury.uconn.edu/osher
Cost: Contact Museum
                                                 203-263-5107
                                                                                                  Fall 2019 Open House
Wine & Roses in the Jekyll Garden                www.mainstreetballet.com
                                                                                                  OLLI at UConn Waterbury invites all
Guests will be treated to a selection of
                                                 Intermediate Adult/Young Adult Ballet            adults aged 50+ to its free Open House
wines and hors d’oeuvres while wandering
                                                 8 classes with half-four pointe class            featuring a keynote presentation and
this beautiful, one-of-a-kind garden and
                                                 (optional) following the class.                  previews of full-length courses to be held
historic house.
                                                 June 25 – July 25 (Tues. & Thurs.):              in the fall.
July 20: 6 pm – 8 pm
                                                 6 pm – 7:30 pm                                   July 26: 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
Cost: $25
                                                 7:30 pm (Optional 30-min. pointe class)          Cost: Free
                                                 Cost: $15 per class or $120 per session
HISPANIC COALITION OF
                                                                                                  OXFORD CULTURAL ARTS
GREATER WATERBURY                         Fairy Tale Dance Camp                                   COMMISSION
135 E. Liberty St., Waterbury, CT         For dancers age 4 to grade 4 with classes               P.O. Box 532, Oxford, CT
203-754-6172 www.thehispaniccoalition.org in ballet, jazz and improvisational dance.
                                                                                                  203-881-6085 www.oxfordculturalarts.org
Puerto Rican Mayor for the Day and        A final performance in Newbury Musical
Flag Raising celebration                  Theater’s “Frozen!”                                     Bards & Brews Open Mic Poetry at
Waterbury City Hall                       July 8 – 12, July 15 – 19                               Oxford Baking Co.
235 Grand Street, Waterbury, CT           9 am – 12:30 pm (Half Day)                              451 Oxford Road Oxford,CT
Recognizing the achievements and          9 am – 4:30 pm (Full Day)                               Express yourself with poetry at a
community involvement of a Waterbury      Cost: $185 – $285                                       renovated 19th century post and beam
resident of Puerto Rican descent.                                                                 house turned bakery.
                                                 Summer Dance Camp                                July 3: 6 pm – 8 pm
July 26: 10 am
                                                 A half or full-day dance program for             Cost: Free
Cost: Free
                                                 grades 5 through 8 with classes in ballet
                                                 & contemporary dance. Students may               Bards & Brews Open Mic Poetry at
LANDMARK COMMUNITY THEATRE                       choose one or both weeks.                        Black Hog Brewing co.
at Thomaston Opera House                         July 29 – Aug. 2, Aug. 5 - 9                     115 Hurley Rd. Oxford,CT
158 Main St., Thomaston, CT                      9 am – 12:30 pm (Half Day)                       Express yourself with poetry at Oxford’s
860-283-6250                                     9 am – 4:30 pm (Full Day)                        award-winning brewery.
www.landmarkcommunitytheatre.org                 Cost: $215 – $730                                July 24: 6 pm – 8 pm
                                                                                                  Cost: Free
Matilda the Musical                              Summer Dance Intensive
Inspired by the twisted genius of Roald          A full-day dance program for grades 5 to         OXFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY
Dahl, this Tony-award winning musical            12 with classes in ballet, pointe, variations,   49 Great Oak Rd., Oxford, CT 06478
from the Royal Shakespeare Company               contemporary dance and crafts.                   203-888-6944 www.oxfordlib.org
is about a special little girl with an           July 29 – Aug. 2, Aug. 5 – 9:
extraordinary imagination.                       9 am – 4:30 pm                                   Murder They Wrote Book Club
July 13, 19, 20, 26, 27: 7 pm                    Cost: $375 – $730                                Book group alternating mystery fiction and
July 14, 21, 28: 2 pm                                                                             true-crime non-fiction on the 2nd Saturday
Cost: $23.50 – $26.50                                                                             of each month. This month: “The Stranger
                                                                                                  Beside Me” by Ann Rule.
                                                                                                  July 13: 2 pm – 4 pm
                                                                                                  Cost: Free
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July 2019 Events
OXFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY (continued)            PORTRAITS BY SHAWNALEE                         WATERBURY SYMPHONY
                                             CoWorkerHub 900 Straits Tpke. Ste. 203         ORCHESTRA
Science and the 1969 Moon Landing            Middlebury, CT 203-598-0065                    160 Robbins St., Waterbury, CT
Join astronomer Kristine Larsen as she       www.shawnalee.com                              203-574-4283
recounts the 1969 moon landing with                                                         www.waterburysymphony.org
slides for the 50th anniversary.             Teen Portraiture Art Workshop
July 20: 2 pm – 3:30 pm                      Learn and experience methods and               Picnic and Pops
Cost: Free                                   techniques of creating portraits.              The Symphony performs hits from
                                             July 9, 10, 11: 10 am – 11:30 am               classic movies. Two performances!
                                             Cost: $80 (3 classes)                          July 5: 7:30 pm South Farms
PALACE THEATER
                                                                                            21 Higbie Rd., Morris, CT
100 East Main St., Waterbury, CT
                                             Meet Pet Portrait Artist, ShawnaLee            July 7: 6 pm Hollow Park
203-346-2000 www.palacetheaterct.org
                                             Kwashnak!                                      Hollow Road, Woodbury, CT
Summer Jazz Series 2019:                     Meet the artist and learn about pet            Cost: $5 – $50
Charlie Apicella & Iron City                 portraiture! Call for pet subjects, special
Palace Theater Poli Club                     offers and art demonstration.                  WOODBURY PUBLIC LIBRARY
Simple, toe-tapping, head-nodding            July 10: 7 pm – 8:30 pm                        269 Main St. S., Woodbury, CT
music, blues and R&B-based.                  Cost: Free                                     203-263-3502 www.woodburylibraryct.org
July 5: 8 pm
                                             Teen Art Camp                                  Botanical Paintings & Pressed Plants
Cost: $28
                                             Techniques and methods of artists.             Award-winning botanical illustrator Phil
Summer Jazz Series 2019: Jeff Fuller         July 13, 20, 27: 9 am – 11 am                  Stone collaborates with pressed
Palace Theater Poli Club                     July 13, 20, 27: 11 am – 1 pm                  botanical artist Meike Schuyler.
One of the most sought after jazz bassists   Cost: $95 (3 classes)                          July 1 – 31: (Normal Library Hours)
in Connecticut brings experience, joy and                                                   July 13: 2 pm (Reception)
spirit to all his musical endeavors.         SEVEN ANGELS THEATRE                           Cost: Free
July 19: 8 pm                                1 Plank Rd., Hamilton Park, Waterbury, CT
Cost: $28                                    203-757-4676                                   “Chasing the Moon” Preview Event
                                             www.sevenangelstheatre.org                     A preview of the new 6-hour documen-
                                                                                            tary series about the space race, from
PHOENIX STAGE COMPANY
133 Main St., Oakville, CT                   The Wizard Of Oz                               its earliest beginnings to the first lunar
                                             The 1939 classic MGM film is celebrating       landing in 1969.
860-417-2505
                                             its 80th Anniversary this year and Seven       July 6: 2 pm
www.phoenixstagecompany.org
                                             Angels Theatre is bringing it to life!         Cost: Free
Fireflies                                    July 12, 13, 19, 20: 7 pm
                                             July 14, 21: 2 pm                              World of Harmonica
Romantic comedy about a retired Texas
                                             Cost: $18 – $25                                Bob Hennessey follows the history of the
schoolteacher and the unexpected
                                                                                            harmonica from its beginning in the early
sparks of late-life romance.
                                                                                            1800’s to the styles of today.
July 13, 19, 20, 26, 27: 8 pm                SILAS BRONSON LIBRARY                          July 30: 7 pm
July 14, 21: 3 pm                            267 Grand St., Waterbury, CT                   Cost: Free
Cost: $20 – $23                              203-574-8222 www.bronsonlibrary.org
                                                                                                                   ARTISTS &
                                             Children and adult programming including                           MUSICIANS
                                             storytimes, book discussions, computer                            Promote your
                                             classes and clubs for gaming, teen an-                          events here and on
                                             ime, coding and more! Visit their website                          our website
                                             for a full calendar of events.                                     CALL US!
                                                                                                                           203-757-0701




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ARTS ESCAPE, INC.                            FINE ARTS CONNECTION OF                       People & Places Artists Reception
88 Main Street South, Southbury, CT          THOMASTON                                     Crescent Gallery
203-586-1474 www.artsescape.org              158 Main St., Thomaston, CT                   Artists’ reception for an exhibit of
                                             860-283-2155                                  paintings and photography by Cindy and
Check website for full list of offerings.    www.thomastonfinearts.com                     Ron Blanchard.
                                                                                           Aug. 4: 2 pm – 5 pm
                                             Open Studio                                   Cost: Free
                                             Crescent Gallery,
                                             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
Promoting, Connecting, Collaborating and Advocating for the Arts!
August 2019 Events
GLASS SOURCE STUDIOS & GALLERY                OXFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY                          SEVEN ANGELS THEATRE
18 Bank St., Seymour, CT 203-888-1616         49 Great Oak Rd., Oxford, CT 06478             1 Plank Rd., Hamilton Park, Waterbury, CT
www.theglasssource.com                        203-888-6944 www.oxfordlib.org                 203-757-4676
                                                                                             www.sevenangelstheatre.org
Fused Glass Wind Chime Workshop               Woodstock 50th Anniversary
Sweeten the sounds around you with a          Celebration                                    The Bikinis
beautiful fused glass wind chime. Learn       Author and musician Scott Parker will talk     The “Jersey Girls” are back delivering sun,
about the tools, techniques, and firing       about his book, “Woodstock” and perform        fun and a rockin’ good time that will have
process of glass.                             hits with his band Tablature.                  everyone dancing in the aisles.
Aug. 10: 10 am – 12 pm                        Aug. 3: 1 pm – 3 pm                            Aug. 9, 10, 16, 17: 8 pm
Aug. 31: 1 pm – 3 pm                          Cost: Free                                     Aug. 11, 18: 2 pm
Cost: $90                                                                                    Cost: $30
                                              Murder They Wrote Book Club
Fused Glass Suncatchers Workshop              Book group alternating mystery fiction         Remembering John Denver:
Learn how to design and create four to        and true-crime non-fiction on the 2nd          A Tribute Starring Ted Vigil
six medium sun catchers using frit,           Saturday of each month.                        Singer, songwriter and tribute artist Ted
stringers and cut glass pieces.               Aug 10: 2 pm – 4 pm                            Vigil brings John Denver to life, both
Aug. 17: 1 pm – 3 pm                          Cost: Free                                     visually and musically.
Aug. 31: 10 am – 12 pm                                                                       Aug. 24: 8 pm
Cost: $85                                                                                    Cost: $35
                                             PALACE THEATER
                                             100 East Main St., Waterbury, CT
Miniatures in Glass Workshop
                                             203-346-2000                                    SHAKESPERIENCE PRODUCTIONS
Learn to work with glass, frit and stringers
                                             www.palacetheaterct.org                         117 Bank St., Waterbury, CT
to create beautiful miniature scenes and
                                                                                             203-754-2531
landscapes.                                  Summer Jazz Series 2019:                        www.shakesperienceproductions.org
Aug. 24: 1 pm – 3 pm                         Doug Munro & La Pompe Attack
Cost: $90                                    Palace Theater Poli Club                     The Comedy of Errors
                                              Master musician and guitar virtuoso,        River Walk Pavilion
LANDMARK COMMUNITY THEATRE                    Doug Munro is an established veteran of     11 School St Washington Depot, CT
at Thomaston Opera House                      the New York music scene.                   Shakesperience presents 5 outdoor
158 Main St., Thomaston, CT 06787             Aug. 9: 8 pm                                Shakespeare in the Park presentations
860-283-6250                                  Cost $29                                    of “The Comedy of Errors,” directed by
www.landmarkcommunitytheatre.org                                                          Emily Mattina.
                                              Summer Jazz Series 2019: Echoes             Aug. 7 – 11: 7 pm (picnicking)
American Idiot                                Palace Theater Poli Club                    7:30 pm (performance)
LCT’s Student Theatre presents “American      A collectivist ensemble whose music pairs Cost: Free
Idiot,” a coming-of-age rock opera based      futuristic electronic sounds with focused
on the Grammy award-winning album by          improvisations for a sound that is uniquely SILAS BRONSON LIBRARY
millennium punk rock band Green Day.          their own.                                  267 Grand St., Waterbury, CT 06702
Aug. 8, 9, 10: 8 pm                           Aug. 30: 8 pm                               203-574-8222 www.bronsonlibrary.org
Cost $12 – $15                                Cost: $27
                                                                                      Children and adult programming including
OXFORD CULTURAL ARTS
                                              PORTRAITS BY SHAWNALEE                  storytimes, book discussions, computer
                                              CoWorkerHub, 900 Straits Tpke Suite 203 classes and clubs for gaming, teen anime,
COMMISSION
P.O. Box 532, Oxford, CT                                                              coding and more! Visit their website for a full
                                              Middlebury, CT
203-881-6085 www.oxfordculturalarts.org                                               calendar of events.
                                              203-598-0065 www.shawnalee.com
Bards & Brews Open Mic Poetry at
Oxford Baking Co.                             Drawing Secrets with ShawnaLee                 WOODBURY PUBLIC LIBRARY
                                              Learn valuable drawing skills and techniques   269 Main St. S., Woodbury, CT
451 Oxford Road Oxford,CT
                                              for drawing in this two-hour workshop.         203-263-3502
Express yourself with poetry at a renovated
                                              Aug. 5: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm                      www.woodburylibraryct.org
19th century post and beam house turned
                                              Cost: $35
bakery.
Aug. 7: 6 pm – 8 pm                                                                          Joan Judson Art Exhibit
                                              Meet Pet Portrait Artist, ShawnaLee            The paintings of Joan Judson on
Cost: Free
                                              Kwashnak!                                      display in the Gallery.
Bards & Brews Open Mic Poetry at              Meet ShawnaLee for an art demonstration        Aug. 1 – 31: (During Library Hours)
Black Hog Brewing Co.                         and learn about art media options and          (Library closed weekends in August)
115 Hurley Road Bldg 9A, Oxford, CT           special offers.                                Cost: Free
(203) 262-6075                                Aug. 7: 7 pm – 8:30 pm
Express yourself with poetry at Oxford’s      Cost: Free                                 Gladius: Flamenco Guitar
award-winning brewery.                                                                   Award-winning guitarist Gladius performs
                                              Watercolors of Summer                      flamenco, Spanish and classical guitar
Aug. 28: 6 pm – 8 pm
                                              Learn techniques to paint with watercolors music.
Cost: Free
                                              and create a summer beach painting.        Aug. 2: 2 pm
                                              Aug. 6, 7, 8: 11 am – 1 pm                 Cost: Free
                                              Cost: $95 (3 classes)
Promoting, Connecting, Collaborating and Advocating for the Arts!
September 2019 Events
ARTS ESCAPE, INC.                              Fused Glass Plant/Garden Stake              OGHAM ART
88 Main Street South, Southbury, CT            Workshop                                    Southington, CT
203-586-1474 www.artsescape.org                Learn to design and create unique plant     860-426-2881 www.oghamart.com
                                               and garden stakes. Good for indoor or
Music in the Glen: Lecture on the              three-season outdoor use.                   Ogham Art at Milford Irish Festival
History of Irish Music                         Sept 21: 1 pm – 3 pm                        Fowler Field Pavilion
Sept. 18: 3 pm                                 Cost: $90                                   1 Shipyard Lane, Milford, CT
Cost: $20                                                                                  A featured vendor in the Irish Marketplace
                                               Fused Glass Pendant Workshop                showcasing their art, jewelry and home
CHESHIRE ART LEAGUE                            Learn how to design and create four to      decor celebrating the Celtic culture and
P.O. Box 522, Cheshire, CT                     five small pendants using frit, stringers   the Irish alphabet of Ogham.
203-281-0228                                   and cut glass pieces.                       Sept. 14: 6 pm – 11 pm
www.cheshireartleague.com                      Sept 28: 10 am – 12 pm                      Sept. 15: 11 am – 11 pm
                                               Cost: $85                                   Cost: Free – $10
Gar Waterman Art Demonstration
Cheshire Public Library 104 Main Street                                                    Ogham Art at the Greater Danbury Irish
                                               HISPANIC COALITION OF                       Festival
The sculptor demonstrates an observation       GREATER WATERBURY
of natural phenomena and devotion to the                                                   Portuguese Cultural Center
                                               135 E. Liberty St., Waterbury, CT           65 Sand Pit Rd Danbury, CT
tactile possibilities of material.             203-754-6172
Sept. 4: 6 pm – 8:15 pm                                                                    Visit www.danburyirishfestival.org
                                               www.thehispaniccoalition.org                Ogham Art owner and artist Colleen Berry
Cost: Free
                                                                                           Conway will exhibit her Celtic art, jewelry
                                               18th Annual Coqui Awards &
                                                                                           and home decor featuring the ancient
                                               Scholarships Banquet
FINE ARTS CONNECTION OF                                                                    alphabet of Ogham.
                                               Grand Oak Villa, 550 Sylvan Lake Rd,
THOMASTON                                                                                  Sept. 20: 5 pm – 10 pm
                                               Watertown, CT
158 Main St., Thomaston, CT                                                                Sept. 21: 11 pm – 10 pm
                                               Recognition of prominent Latinos and
860-283-2155                                                                               Sept. 22: 11 pm – 5 pm
www.thomastonfinearts.com                      scholarship recipients of our community.
                                                                                           Cost: Free – $25
                                               Sept. 27: 6 pm (Registration)
Open Studio                                    7 pm – 11 pm (Program)                      OXFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY
Crescent Gallery                               Cost: Contact HCGW                          49 Great Oak Rd., Oxford, CT
The Ten-2-One Artists paint side-by-side and                                               203-888-6944 www.oxfordlib.org
share their common bond…ART! Watch, ask        LANDMARK COMMUNITY THEATRE
questions, and view the art in the gallery.    at Thomaston Opera House                    Murder They Wrote Book Club
Every Thursday: 10 am – 1 pm                   158 Main St., Thomaston, CT 06787           Monthly book group sponsored by
Cost: Free                                     860-283-6250                                the Friends of the Library in Oxford.
                                               www.landmarkcommunitytheatre.org            Alternating mystery fiction and true-crime
Putting Things in Perspective                                                              non-fiction on the 2nd Saturday of each
Crescent Gallery                               In the Heights                              month.
Ann Walsh will be the featured artist. Visit   The universal story of a vibrant commu-     Sept. 14: 2 pm – 4 pm
the Gallery one hour before show times of      nity in New York’s Washington Heights       Cost: Free
“In the Heights” at the Thomaston Opera        neighborhood on the brink of change, full
House.                                         of hopes, dreams, and pressures.
Sept. 21, 27, 28, Oct. 4, 5: 7 pm – 8 pm                                                   PALACE THEATER
                                               Sept. 21, 27, 28; Oct. 4, 5: 8 pm
Sept. 22, 29, Oct. 6: 1 pm – 2 pm                                                          100 East Main St., Waterbury, CT
                                               Sept. 22, 29; Oct. 6: 2 pm
Oct. 13: 2 pm – 4 pm (Reception)                                                           203-346-2000
                                               Cost: $23.50 – $26.50
Cost: Free                                                                                 www.palacetheaterct.org
                                               Main Street Waterbury
                                                                                           Palace Pursuit: Trivia Night
                                               203-757-0701, Ext 302
GLASS SOURCE STUDIOS &                                                                     Hosted by WhatTrivia. Cocktail hour, trivia
                                               www.mainstreetwaterbury.com
GALLERY                                                                                    and prizes! Registration is required:
18 Bank St., Seymour, CT                                                                   203-346-2015 or sivilla@palacetheaterct.org
                                          Brass City Brew and Que
203-888-1616 www.theglasssource.com
                                          Library Park, 267 Grand St. Waterbury, CT        Sept. 19: 5:30 pm – 9 pm
                                          Largest brew fest in New England.                Cost: $12 – $15
Fused Glass Plate/Bowl Workshop
                                          Specialty brews and craft specialties, as
Students will have a wide selection of                                                     Brian Wilson & The Zombies
molds, glass, frit, stringers and powders well as the recently added Amateur Pit
                                                                                           Legendary songwriter and founding
to make a one-of-a-kind bowl or plate.    Master competition.
                                                                                           member of The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson,
Sept. 14: 1 pm – 3 pm                     Sept. 7: 12 pm – 5 pm
                                                                                           teams up with iconic British psychedelic
Cost: $85                                 Cost: $35 - $45 To learn more or
                                                                                           pop legends, The Zombies.
                                          purchase tickets visit
                                                                                           Sept. 27: 8 pm
Fused Glass Wind Chime Workshop           brasscitybrewandque.com/tickets
                                                                                           Cost: $78 – $125 (VIP: $225 – $249)
Sweeten the sounds around you with a
beautiful fused glass wind chime. Learn
about the tools, techniques, and firing
process of glass.
Sept. 21: 10 am – 12 pm
Cost: $90
Promoting, Connecting, Collaborating and Advocating for the Arts!
September 2019 Events
PHOENIX STAGE COMPANY                         Fall into Art for Youth                       WATERTOWN ART LEAGUE, INC.
133 Main St., Oakville, CT                    Learn tips and techniques while creating      P.O. Box 1318, Middlebury, CT
860-417-2505                                  fun projects. Two sessions offered.           203-758-9166 www.walart.org
www.phoenixstagecompany.org                   Sept. 11, 18, 25; Oct. 2, 16, 23, 30;
                                              Nov. 13, 20, Dec. 4                           Monthly Meeting/Demonstration
The Pink Panther Strikes Again                Session One: 3:15 pm – 4:15 pm                First Congregational Church of Watertown
The world’s most unusual criminologist,       Session Two: 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm                Featured artist Adele Moros. Ink on Yupo
Chief Inspector Jacques Clouseau fights       Cost: $150 (10 classes)                       Paper demonstration. Guests welcome.
for his life and for the future of all mankind.                                             Sept. 9: 7 pm – 9 pm
Sept. 7, 13, 14, 20, 21: 8 pm                   Drawing Coffee                              Cost: Free
Sept. 8, 15: 3 pm                               Learn valuable skills while drawing (and
Cost: $20 – $23                                 drinking) coffee.                           Fall Festival of Art
                                                Sept. 12, 19, 26: 7 pm – 9 pm               Pilgrim House, Litchfield Green
                                                Cost: $95 (3 classes)                       Exhibit and sale of original artwork featuring
PORTRAITS BY SHAWNALEE                                                                      oil paintings, watercolors, graphics, acrylics
CoWorkerHub, 900 Straits Tpke Suite 203 SEVEN ANGELS THEATRE                                and pastels.
Middlebury, CT                                                                              Sept. 20: 1 pm – 5 pm
                                                1 Plank Rd., Hamilton Park, Waterbury, CT   Sept. 21, 22: 10 am – 5 pm
203-598-0065 www.shawnalee.com                  203-757-4676 www.sevenangelstheatre.org     Sept. 21: 12 pm – 4 pm (Reception)
Meet Pet Portrait Artist, ShawnaLee                                                         Cost: Free
                                              The Edwards Twins
Kwashnak!                                     The Twins and their art of celebrity
Meet the artist and find out about pet        impersonation bring to the stage Celine,
portraiture. Call for pet subjects, special                                                 WOODBURY PUBLIC LIBRARY
                                              Billy Joel, Bette Midler, Barbra Streisand    269 Main St. S., Woodbury, CT
offers and art demonstration.                 and many more!
Sept. 4: 7 pm – 8:30 pm                                                                     203-263-3502 www.woodburylibraryct.org
                                              Sept. 7: 8 pm
Cost: Free                                    Sept. 8: 2 pm                                 Revisiting the Holy Land
Drawing Pets                                  Cost: $50                                     Photographer Michael Gallagher has
Learn valuable skills in techniques and                                                     journaled the decaying site of Waterbury’s
methods for drawing pets.                     SILAS BRONSON LIBRARY                         Holy Land.
Sept. 9, 16, 23: 7 pm – 9 pm                  267 Grand St., Waterbury, CT 06702            Sept. 1 – 30: During Library Hours
Cost: $95 (3 classes)                         203-574-8222 www.bronsonlibrary.org           Sept. 7: 2 pm – 4 pm (Reception)
                                                                                            Cost: Free
Fall into Watercolors                         Children and adult programming including
Learn methods and techniques of               storytimes, book discussions, computer        The Grotesque 10 Photography Exhibit
painting with watercolors while enjoying      classes and clubs for gaming, teen anime,     Photographer Mathew Duman discusses
the rich colors of the fall bounty.           coding and more! Visit their website for a    the gargoyles of American architecture
Sept. 10, 17, 24: 7 pm – 9 pm                 full calendar of events.                      through black & white photographs.
Cost: $95 (3 classes)                                                                       Sept. 26: 7 pm
                                                                                            Cost: Free


                        Recognizing People with a Heart for the Arts
The Arts & Culture Collaborative congratulates two special            diagnosis and has become an advocate for awareness and
people in our region for their work in the arts. Chase Taylor, a      acceptance.” For more information about Chase and his work,
teenage resident of Waterbury, was named the CT Arts Hero for         visit www.thelettercritters.com.
the Waterbury Region by the Connecticut Office of the Arts; and
Frank Tavera, Executive Director of the Palace Theater in down-       Frank Tavera was presented with the
town Waterbury, was named Champion of the Arts by the Arts &          Champion of the Arts Award at the
Culture Collaborative.                                                annual meeting of the Arts & Culture
                                                                      Collaborative in late March. Beyond his
                              Chase Taylor was one of nine CT         role as Executive Director of the Palace
                              Arts Heroes honored on May 1.           Theater since its renaissance 15 years
                              The Connecticut Office of the Arts      ago, Tavera has played an important role
                              introduced the Arts Hero Awards to      in regional and statewide arts.
                              honor and celebrate Connecticut         He was part of the founding group of
                              residents who are doing extraordinary   people that created the Arts & Culture
                              work in the arts, for the arts, or      Collaborative (ACC), has served as chair-
                              through the arts in Connecticut.        man and member of the ACC board,
                                                                      currently serves as an officer on the board of the Connecticut
                             Brandi Bogli, an applied behavior        Arts Alliance, a statewide arts advocacy group, and was a mem-
                             analysis therapist who has worked        ber of the Waterbury Public Arts Committee. ACC Administrator
with Chase, nominated him saying, “Chase Taylor is a passion-         Diane Ploch said, “Frank Tavera has been generous and inno-
ate young artist and author who has developed an engaging             vative with his time, ideas and support to ensure that the arts
children’s book series to encourage a love of learning and            sector in our region and state has a chance to thrive and that the
imaginative play. He has championed the hurdles of his autism         greater community benefits from the impact of the arts.”
Promoting, Connecting, Collaborating and Advocating for the Arts!
Dear Friends of the Arts,                                                                   Thank you to
                               We, at the Arts & Culture Collaborative (ACC), hope this expanded guide of our         Colleen Berry Conway
                               members’ events for July, August and September helps you enjoy all the arts and        for her hard work and
                               culture the summer has to offer! From classes in drawing or glass works to theater,    dedication to the ACC
                               music, exhibits and history, we are your go-to resource for arts and culture.         over the last year in the
                                                                                                                       role of Membership
                               Summer is a great time to enjoy the many free outdoor concerts that exist
                               throughout our 16-town region! We have gathered that information on the first                Associate.
                               two pages of this guide so you have it handy in one place to refer to.                  Best of luck. We will
                                                                                                                        miss you Colleen!
                               Since 2006, the ACC has been promoting, connecting, collaborating and advocat-
                               ing for the arts. We are excited to announce the creation of a new “pARTner”
                               program that allows artists, organizations, schools, businesses and anyone with
                               ART at the heart of what they do to optimize their connection to the community
  Diane Ploch                  and a larger audience. Various levels of partnership are available and members can
ACC Administrator              opt in to extra marketing opportunities as the need arises.
                                  If you would like more information about the benefits our new “pARTner”
program, feel free to contact me at 203-757-0701, Ext. 316 or email dploch@waterburyregionarts.com. Whether
you are involved in the arts or are a patron of the arts, we hope you will allow us to keep you connected!
Like us on Facebook, sign up for our email list and visit our website.
Have a safe and happy arts-filled summer!



                                                                                  Membership Application
                                                                                Name
                                                                                Title
       Be Our pARTner                                                           Organization
         in the Arts!                                                           Mailing Address
          Choose Your Annual Membership                                         Town/City

               PREMIERE pARTner                                                 Zip

        EXPANDED pARTner benefits plus....                                     Business Phone
        Exclusive pARTnership for members with
                                                                                Email
         tickets sales providing $0.25 ticket
         surcharge to the ACC                                                   Website
        Additional à la carte options
                                                                                Field of Interest
              EXPANDED pARTner
         VALUED Partner benefits plus....                                              Contact the ACC to learn about our
         Additional print brochure listings and ads                                    new EXPANDED and PREMIERE
         Boosted social media posts                                                              pARTner programs!
         Event/workshop admission vouchers                                                   VALUED pARTner
         pARTner database direct mail & eBlasts                                     Based on Organization’s Annual Budget
         Additional à la carte options
                                                                                             Under $100,000: $75
                 VALUED pARTner                                                           $100,000 – $250,000: $150
                                                                                         $250,001 – $1,000,000: $200
        Ongoing services to promote, connect,                                               Over $1,000,000: $275
         collaborate and advocate for you
        Website Member profile                                                             PATRON OF THE ARTS
        Unlimited website events listings                                                Individual $25  Family $50
        Up to 3 listings per month in events guide
                                                                                  Please make checks payable and mail with this application to:
        Monthly shared Facebook post
         ...and many à la carte options!                                         Arts & Culture Collaborative, Waterbury Region
                                                                                     GWCC Foundation, Inc., P.O. Box 1469
            PATRON OF THE ARTS                                                               Waterbury, CT 06721
       Support your local arts community as                                        Membership applications and payment may also be
       a “Friend of the ACC.”                                                       completed at: www.waterburyregionarts.com
PROMOTING                     CONNECTING                  COLLABORATING                     ADVOCATING
  We boost your                                             We create a synergy
                               We link you to the                                           We give arts a voice
  marketing and                                              between members
                              arts community and                                            and can help your
  increase your                                             and a rapport with
                               arts opportunities.                                          voice be heard, too.
    visibility.                                               the community.

    The Arts & Culture Collaborative welcomes                           The Governing Council
 anyone affiliated with the arts or who supports the         of the Arts & Culture Collaborative guides the
arts – from individuals, artists, performers, musicians     mission and goals of the organization and directs
      and photographers to theater venues, dance              its activities to accomplish its strategic plan.
     companies, museums, art retailers and more.
                                                                    Officers:               Members at Large:
       As a member of the Arts & Culture
                                                                     Chair                       Ed Bassett
   Collaborative, you benefit from connections
                                                                   Jeff Dunn               Phoenix Stage Company
 and communications that facilitate opportunities,
                                                              Landmark Community
               growth and fun!                                                                M Douglas Bibbey
                                                                    Theatre
                                                                                          Arts Alliance of Woodbury
       The ACC serves 16 towns in the Greater                     1st Vice Chair
                                                                                             Robert Cinnante
      Waterbury Area and the Naugatuck Valley:                     Jeff Lapham
                                                                                            Waterbury Symphony
                                                            Shakesperience Productions
     Ansonia, Beacon Falls, Bethlehem, Cheshire,                                                 Orchestra
       Derby, Middlebury, Naugatuck, Oxford,                     2nd Vice Chair
                                                                                              Fiona deMerell
      Prospect, Seymour, Southbury, Thomaston,                  Elizabeth Barisser
                                                                                         Osher Lifelong Learning
      Waterbury, Watertown, Wolcott, Woodbury                   Brass City Ballet
                                                                                      Institute at UConn Waterbury
                                                                    Treasurer
                                                                                              Richard DiCarlo
    We are your go-to resource for arts & culture!                  Carl Rosa
                                                                                             Valley Arts Council
                                                              Main Street Waterbury
                                                                                               Lisa Dresdner
 Thanks to Our Ongoing Supporters!                                 Secretary
                                                                                              Naugatuck Valley
                                                                Melissa Stemmer
                                                                                             Community College
                                                              Seven Angels Theatre
                                                                                             Joseph Jacovino Jr.
                                                                                             Waterbury Chorale
                                                                                              Dave Krechevsky
                                                                                         Waterbury Regional Chamber
                                                                ACC Administrator
                                                                                              Sheree Marcucci
                                                                  Diane Ploch
                                                                                               Palace Theater
                                                                ACC Membership                 Joan Pilarczyk
                                                              & Marketing Associate              Artsplace
                                                                 Bonnie Sharon          Lynnette Letsky Piombo
    As a non-profit local arts agency under the auspices
      of the Greater Waterbury Chamber of Commerce                                    American Heating Service LLC
   Foundation, the ACC is grateful for the support of the
                                                                                               Barbara Sticco
  Arts & Tourism Commission of the City of Waterbury,
                                                                                         Arts & Tourism Commission
     the Waterbury Regional Chamber, the Connecticut
 Community Foundation and the Connecticut Department                                          City of Waterbury
  of Economic and Community Development/Office of the                                         Vicki Whisenhant
    Arts, which also receives support from the National                                        Post University
          Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.




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