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The Company of Fifers and Drummers Tag Sale and Open House - June 8
The Company of Fifers and Drummers and the State of Connecticut Department of Tourism will be sponsoring a tag sale and open house at the Company Hall Museum, 62 West Main Street, Ivoryton on Saturday, June 8 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Admission is free of charge and food and drink will be on sale throughout the day.
Ivoryton Playhouse to Stage I'M Connecticut, 6/5-23
A brand new play from one of the writers of The Simpsons, I'm Connecticut - opening at the Ivoryton Playhouse on June 5th - is a wacky, fast-paced, sweet, romantic comedy about Marc, a Connecticut native who struggles with relationships and feelings of inadequacy - why? Because he comes from Connecticut - land of steady habits, sanity and ... (more)
Falls River Preserve
The town of Essex offers many things to residents and visitors. Great shopping in its charming downtown district; historic points of interest thanks to its proximity to the Connecticut River; and hundreds of acres of preserved open space, courtesy of the Essex Land Trust.
Essex Garden Club Rings in it's 61st May Market on May 11
May Market will open from 9 to 2 p.m. on Saturday May 11, rain or shine, in the Essex Town Park located in the center of town.
Cashing in with "Other People's Money" at Ivoryton Playhouse
Watching Larry the Liquidator scheme to take over a small-town company that still makes a physical product is both repulsive and fascinating in Jerry Sterner's "Other People's Money," directed by Maggie McGlone Jennings on the Ivoryton Playhouse stage.
Half Price Adult Tickets Offered to 'Other People's Money' at Ivoryton Playhouse
Photo by Anne Hudson 'Other People's Money' stars Edward Kassar* as Lawrence Garfinkle and Elizabeth Donnelly* as Kate Sullivan.
BWW Reviews: Shark Eats Shark, the Small Business in Other People's Money at Ivoryton
By Lauren Yarger "Shark-eats-little fish" and "shark-eats-shark" set the stage for the underhanded word of corporate takeovers in Jerry Sterner 's play, OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY over at Ivoryton Playhouse.
Connecticut Historian James T. Powerson at Essex Books - May 19
Join Essex Books at Gather, 104 Main Street, Ivoryton, CT 06442, on Sunday, May 19, 4-5pm, to hear Connecticut historian James T. Powerson on his new book, SAVING THE FARM: A JOURNEY THROUGH TIME, SPACE AND REDEMPTION.