The Hartford night scene sprang to life on Saturday as hordes of Santas, elves and reindeer traveled from bar to bar in a massive act of revelry. Bars like Black Bear Saloon, Russian Lady, Pig's Eye Pub, and The Federal Cafe greeted the Santa masses with drink specials throughout the night.
Hartford held its annual Ugly Sweater Run at Bushnell Park on Saturday. Dec. 3, when runners donned their most creative selections, from reindeer, to elves to packaged gifts.
The Connecticut Convention Center hosted a sold-out weekend of the New England Lego KidsFest Dec. 2 to 4. The event brought in kids of all ages to check out life-sized models of their favorite movie characters, play in a pile of bricks, and build sets from cityscapes to Star Wars.
The Hartford Marathon Foundation hosted its annual Blue Back Mitten Run 5K Sunday, Dec. 4, in downtown West Hartford. Runners were encouraged to bring mittens, scarves and other warm clothing to be donated to The Town That Cares fund.
The Hartford Public Library hosted its Beyond Words gala Thursday evening, Dec. 1, at the Hartford Marriott. Connecticut novelist Wally Lamb launched his new novel, "I'll Take You There" at the fundraiser, which also honored Louise Blalock, chief Hartford public librarian from 1994 to 2008.
Scenes from the 80th running of the classic Thanksgiving race, which had a dramatic finish.
Hundreds attended the opening weekend of the Hartford Winterfest ice skating rink in Bushnell Park.
CTNow takes a look inside one of the biggest bar nights of the year at Chicago Sam's in Cromwell, where friends reconnect over drinks with music from Darik & The Funbags.
People from across the state braved the damp weather and high winds to celebrate the annual UBS Parade in downtown Stamford Sunday, Nov. 20. The wind conditions grounded the balloons, but it certainly didn't stop people at the event from having fun. Floats, marching bands, dancers, stilt walkers...
KNOX, Inc. in Hartford hosted its 6th Hartford Harvest Festival Saturday afternoon, Nov. 19, at it Laurel Street greenhouse. Dozens of artisans and vendors sold their goods to the community amid live music, food trucks, and a petting zoo.
People from across the state gathered this weekend at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford for the International Auto Show.
The American Heart Association's Hartford held its annual fundraiser, the Heart Ball, at the Hartford Marriott on Saturday, Nov. 19. The Hollywood themed black-tie event benefits stroke awareness. Read more here.