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Guten Essen, Gute Freunde: Old Heidelberg Hosts an Authentic German Oktoberfest

By Theresa Bibeau

  Oktoberfest is an annual fall celebration in Germany which is not actually held in October, but in September––”because in Europe, September is much warmer,” explains Hilda Hoffman, manager of the German restaurant Old Heidelberg in Bethel, Connecticut. Oktoberfest in Germany is well-known for its… Read more »

Opening of PUAB Fine Art & Design Show in Bethel Draws Large Crowds

By Paula Antolini

  There was standing room only at the opening of Pop Up Art Bethel’s (PUAB) Fine Art & Design Show last weekend.   The show, up through October 13 at 262 Greenwood Avenue in Bethel, Connecticut, is hosted by Michael Seri and Stephi Kix, and… Read more »

Dance to Address Social Injustice with Urban Bush Women

By The Mercurial Gallery

  Dance for Every Body, a movement jam/dance workshop led by Brooklyn-based Urban Bush Women (UBW) and sponsored by the Housatonic Museum of Art in Bridgeport, Connecticut, will be held on Wednesday, September 11 at the Housatonic Community College Events Center in Beacon Hall from… Read more »

Connecticut Annual Sales Tax-Free Week Runs August 18 to 24

By Mercurial Staff

  Governor Dannel P. Malloy has reminded Connecticut residents about the state’s coming sales tax-free week – an annual holiday that allows shoppers to purchase most individual items of clothing and footwear priced under $300 without having to pay the usual sales and use tax…. Read more »

Director of New York City Fire Museum to Speak at Danbury Museum’s ‘Hometown Heroes’ Exhibit

By Diane Hassan

  The Danbury Museum & Historical Society will host a program about the history of the New York City Fire Department, presented by Damon Campagna, Executive Director & Curator of the New York City Fire Museum, on Saturday, August 17 at 2pm. The event is free and… Read more »