Now in it’s seventh year, Trashion Fashion has become Connecticut’s largest Earth Day celebration. Trashion Fashion supports local artists of all ages and backgrounds, encouraging creative solutions to the world’s waste problems with a unique runway experience that features wearable art made from materials that have been diverted from the waste stream. This year’s event will be held April 30th at Infinity Hall, Hartford. Can’t wait to see you there!

$20 General Admission
A general admission seat for the show. Cash bar throughout the night *General admission tickets will be $25 at the door*

$50 Premiere Seat
Guaranteed front row seat for the show and access to a cash bar throughout the night. After the show, you’re invited to join our designers for a meet and greet with complimentary champagne. **Premiere seat tickets will not be available for purchase at the door**

New Indian fast food take-out restaurant opening on Whitney.  In the spot formerly occupied by Sababa — near Anna Liffey’s.  Coriander Indian Restaurant




 Siggy Flicker Comes to Connecticut!
 Thursday Feb. 23 – 7-9pm
Orso Trattoria – 385 Boston Post Rd. Orange
 Siggy will speak about “knowing your worth.” Book signing and books will be available at ORSO for purchase. Tickets 20 dollars.
For tickets click HERE


Anginette Wars

Calling All Anginette Bakers! The East Haven Rotary Club is having a fundraiser on Thursday, April 6, 2017 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm. Prizes will be awarded for: Best Tasting Cookie, Most Decorative Cookie, Most Creative Table Display.
Interested bakers can contact easthavenrotary17@gmail.com or 203.314.9342 and fill out the registration form on our Anginette Wars page.

$20 entry fee to participate. Participation Flyers available at Town Hall Mayor’s Office and South Shore Laundromat 662 Coe Ave, East Haven, CT 06512

Spectators can purchase tickets to vote, have some appetizers, enter our raffle for prizes such as Yankees Tickets, and enjoy the cookies! Tickets for spectators are $15 per person. Tickets available below or by calling 203.314.9342.


“Sweet, clever and weirdly touching” – Time Out New York
Trevor can’t wait to get back to Hollywood. He’s cooped up in the house, dragging his life-size cutout of Morgan Fairchild around the yard, and wondering what the creeps next door are up to. Trevor is an eleven year old, 200-pound chimpanzee. After he crashes his human mom’s Corvette, the police and the rest of the town think it’s time for Trevor to retire to a sanctuary. This hilarious dark comedy explores how we think we understand the people around us, but often find we’re speaking a different language.

“Sweet, clever and weirdly touching… Trevor‘s absurdist mixture of showbiz satire and real-life poignancy is so continually delightful, in fact, that you may not notice, as it flows by, how resonant the story actually is.” – Time Out New York

Get Tickets
by Nick Jones
Directed by Drew Gray
Feb. 23 – 25 & March 2 – 4 @ 8pmon the NHTC Stage @ EBM
(839 Chapel Street, New Haven)

“You want proof of cool things to do in this city and state? New Haven Theater Company has some.” – New Haven Register
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Yale University alum, Perry So, guest conducts Orchestra New England in“A Night of Firsts: an Opera, a Debut, a Premiere” Saturday, February 25 at 7:30pm, United Church on the Green, 270 Temple Street, New Haven.

Making his O.N.E. debut, internationally touring conductor Perry So presents Igor Stravinsky’s one-act chamber opera “Renard,” featuring four members of the Yale Opera program; dances from Jean-Philippe Rameau’s 1770 opera “Les Boreades;” Edgar Varese’s emotional and colorful “Octandre;” and a world premiere performance of Connecticut composer Joseph Russo’s “New EnglandPortrait.”

Join the Maestro and musicians at a complimentary reception following the concert. Media Sponsor: WSHU. For tickets and information, orchestranewengland.org/events or call 203-777-4690.




lemmon2Twist of Lemmon

An endearing ramble through the life of film icon Jack Lemmon and Hollywood’s Golden Age as told by his son Chris, a gifted pianist and performer, whose uncanny physical and vocal resemblance channels his father in this warm hearted one-man show. The performance will feature film clips and Chris at the 1922 Mason & Hamlin piano.

Purchase your tickets now

$150/person ~ Performance & after-party gathering with Chris Lemmon at a lovely home in  Stonington Borough.  (9:30-11 pm ~ limited availability)

$100/person ~ Performance only.

$50/person ~ Partial-view back balcony seating.

R.S.V.P. by February 24

Drinks and Dinner Option

Thanks to our friends at the Stonington Harbor Yacht Club – they will open their bar and restaurant to our audience members that evening, including non-members. The bar will open at 5 pm, and no reservations are required if you would just like cocktails. If you would like to dine, dinner service begins at 6 pm. They ask that you call ahead for reservations to 860-535-0112 and hit the number 2 for dining reservations. State that you would like a reservation for the LaGrua event. They do not use cash at the club, and they ask that guests pay with a credit or debit card. A service fee of 20% is added to the bill that goes towards salary and gratuity.

Thanks to our Bronze Level Sponsors Dime Bank and Northeast Property Group, as well as to the Inn at Stonington for assistance with artist lodging.

For more information, please call 860-535-2300.


– See more at: lagruacenter.org/event/detail/2017/2/25/8/00/pm/329-chris_lemmon#sthash.wwMspqnF.dpuf