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Camps And Activities For Kids Over April Break

Connecticut Science Center, Hartford: Vacation camps include structured, hands-on science activities with STEM Educators, as well as supervised free time to explore the Science Center's galleries and exhibits. A different theme every day. April 10 to 14, 8 to 4 p.m. Grades 1 to 6. grades. $62 per...

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  • Kids Fun Fair At XL Center

    Kids Fun Fair At XL Center

    Rides, games and exotic animals come to Hartford's XL Center for the Connecticut Kids Fun Fair Saturday and Sunday, March 25 and 26. Children 12 and under are free, adult tickets online are $9.95, $16 at the door. Family packs are available for $19.95. Hours are Saturday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday...

  • Connecticut Golf Show at the CT Convention Center

    Connecticut Golf Show at the CT Convention Center

    Hartford-area golfers get a peek at the latest trend in golf at the 2017 Connecticut Golf Show Friday to Sunday, March 24 to 26, at the Connecticut Convention Center. There will be a free indoor driving range, expert reps from the manufacturers in the game, skills contests, free golf and more....

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  • A Non-Skier Finds Quaint, Quirky Fun In Vermont

    A Non-Skier Finds Quaint, Quirky Fun In Vermont

    NORWICH, VT — I hate winter. Thank you, but I'll pass on the slopes, rinks and trails. The lure of cocoa at a lodge can't compare to a pina colada on a Caribbean beach in February. So the thought of spending some time recently in central Vermont filled me with the dread of winter. I like Vermont,...

  • New England Celebrates Winter With Festivals

    New England Celebrates Winter With Festivals

    Don't give in to cabin fever. Cold weather doesn't have to mean staying indoors — especially in New England, where chilly temps and snow just add to the fun at February winter festivals. When you go, bring plenty of warm clothes — and, if you're brave enough, your bathing suit, since some of the...

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  • A New Maria Brings New 'Sound Of Music' To Connecticut

    A New Maria Brings New 'Sound Of Music' To Connecticut

    Mention to Charlotte Maltby that "The Sound of Music" had its premiere at New Haven's Shubert theater in 1959 and she'll tell you she's heard all about it. Her father, the Broadway lyricist ("Baby," "Big") and director Richard Maltby Jr., was a student at Yale back then and saw the pre-Broadway...

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