Nov 03, 2017 6:00 PM

The only place to begin your Essential Oils journey is HERE! Most people have heard of essential oils, and have even considered incorporating these amazing gifts of the earth into their lives, but are unsure of where to start because there are SO MANY options. Essential oils are gaining worldwide recognition for their versatility but their use is not new. Oils have been supporting holistic and wellness needs for the past 5,000+ years! With a recent re-emergence in natural healthcare (which is picking up momentum year after year), Essential oils have become part of our mainstream culture but there are still many questions that have been left unanswered: What are Essential Oils? What to look for in a high quality Essential Oils line? What is the best method of using Essential Oils? What Oils should be part of a daily routine? How can Essential Oils help specific health conditions? How to bring Essential Oils into your home? Who should use Essential Oils? What are the top ten Essential Oils? And many other questions! Essential Oils 101 is a fun and informative class taught by Nicole Almeida, Holistic Health Coach and founder of Essentially Sp'OILed for Life. Nicole has been working as a Holistic Health Coach and educator for almost 20 years. She has authored and co-authored several holistic health courses and is a national presenter for allied health professionals. Her mission is to educate and empower individuals to reach their personal goals, both physically and psychologically by simply living a more natural lifestyle and replacing synthetics with certified pure therapeutic grade products. This class will explain what essential oils are, discuss essential oil application and why doTERRA is the best choice for purchasing essential oils for you and your family. Samples and exclusive special offers are available at this event. All of our events are FREE to the public and focus on education for both the novice and more advanced oil user.  We encourage you to reserve your spot sooner than later as our event location has limited space.

Aug 26, 2017 6:30 PM

50% of Net Proceeds Of This Concert Will Be Donated To The New Haven YMCA Youth Center, A Branch of the Central Connecticut Coast YMCA ABOUT ERIC STANLEY Representing the elite genre of classically-trained artists, Eric Stanley is the new face and persona of the young and creative innovators boldly changing the musical landscape by honoring tradition yet embracing the present. His artistry is inescapable. No matter which genre of music you prefer, his vibe and melodic presence will resonate with you. Eric has been influential in the art of improvisation by remixing popular songs on his violin and fusing Classical, Pop, Jazz, Country, EDM and Hip Hop elements. Growing up in a musical household, Eric’s mother would play piano while he and his siblings sang along. During one of his family’s jam sessions, Eric’s older brother played a viola which sparked Eric’s interest in playing viola as well. The then 12 year old chose to play violin instead when viola proved to be a challenge due to its size. During his high school years, he received professional training and joined the Richmond Youth Symphony Orchestra. At the suggestion of his older sister, Eric uploaded videos of himself playing violin covers of his favorite songs in his dorm room to YouTube while attending Virginia Commonwealth University. To Eric’s surprise, his YouTube channel became a hit. The influx of requests for Eric to perform worldwide began and remain constant today. Awarded YouTube’s Silver Play Button Award in 2015 and the Black Caucus, Black Student Union & NAACP’s Master Of Music Award in 2012, Eric continues to amaze his 130K+ YouTube subscribers and the masses, hence, his 19 million+ YouTube views. His impressive performance repertoire includes: ESPN’s First Take, International Emmy® Kids Awards, Hennessy’s 250th Celebration, Kimora Lee Simmons’ KLS Spring Summer 2017 NY Fashion Week Show, Televisa’s TVyNovelas Nominee Awards Party, Birth Of A Nation Premiere Reception, ShaggFest, Super Bowl Champ Michael Robinson’s Celebrity Waiter Fundraiser, 9 Mile Music Festival, Senator Kevin S. Parker’s Annual MLK, Jr. Tribute Concert, Richmond Jazz Festival, Nordic eCommerce Summit, TEDxRVA, as well as Elliot Masie’s Learning Conference 2011 in which former President Bill Clinton served as keynote speaker, just to name a few. This musical prodigy has performed in concert with Machine Gun Kelly, Mr. Cheeks of Lost Boyz fame, and served as an opening act for B.O.B, Wale, J. Cole, Big Daddy Kane, Kid Capri, Chad Hugo, and Hezekiah Walker. With a worldwide fan base, Eric Stanley is well on his way to achieving his goal of inspiring others with his violin. "Trying to be better than someone else is a pure waste of time. Strive to be better than you were yesterday" - Eric Stanley

Sep 13, 2017 8:30 AM

Building off the success of our past two annual events, we are thrilled to begin organizing SeeClickFix User Summit 2017. Be one of the first to sign-up for our 2017 event to get access and frequent updates on our agenda — including keynotes, venues, and presentations.  Don’t miss this opportunity to collaborate with other cities and organizations around best practices in work and request management, pro-tips on how to implement and scale SeeClickFix as tool for public and organizational communication, and discover new and innovative ways you can improve your community. The Summit will be located in SeeClickFix's beautiful hometown of New Haven, CT.  Lodging The SeeClickFix Annual User Summit is a whirlwind of exciting events—so you’re going to need a good night’s sleep before each day. We suggest booking with: New Haven Hotel 229 George StNew Haven, CT 06510Phone: 800-644-6835Fax: 203-498-0911 To make reservations, please call the hotel directly at 800-644-6835 & mention SeeClickFix for the group rate. The group rate of $159/night is for the  for 9/12/17 - 9/14/16 The cut off date for the group rate is 8/13/17 so be sure to book your room soon! Cancellation policy for individual reservations is permitted for full refund if made 72 hours prior to arrival. For reservations canceled less than 72 hours in advance, cancellation fee equal to the first night's deposit will be charged and the reservation will be canceled. Guests are responsible for all charges. Check in any time after 3 PM and check out by 11 AM. Breakfast (if you need a snack before breakfast is served at the Summit), Wi-Fi, Parking is $20 per vehicle, per night. Courtyard Marriott 30 Whalley AvenueNew Haven, CT 06511Phone: 203-777-6221Fax: 203-772-1089 Travel by Plane TweedNew Haven, CT BradleyWindsor Locks, CT LaGuardiaNew York, NY John F. Kennedy InternationalNew York, NY Newark Liberty InternationalNewark, NJ Philadelphia International*Philadelphia, PA *Pro tip: If you can fly through Philly then you can get to New Haven easily via US Air. Highly recommended! Travel by Train Amtrak Metro North Car parkingDay rates are available between Chapel Street and Crown Street on State Street.

Jul 25, 2017 5:00 PM

Free Admission!! Exciting New Monthly Event hits the Lee Vista area between Lake Nona and Conway (at South Semoran Blvd and Lee Vista Blvd next to the Orlando International Airport) on the Fourth Tuesday of every month from 5 pm – 9 pm!! Enjoy a beautiful stroll through our event lined with art displays from local artists, available for purchase. Relax and unwind to some live music while sipping a glass of wine, enjoying a cigar or feast on lots of fantastic food options in Haven Orlando!

Aug 05, 2017 12:00 PM

The New Haven Craft Brew Race will be held on Saturday, August 5 in Edgewood Park. So what exactly is it?  It’s really quite simple — The Craft Brew Races are a series of timed 5k’s open to beer lovers of all speeds, and beer festivals highlighting the local craft brewing scene. The 3-hour post-race celebration features sampling of more than 30 breweries, live music and food trucks. Beer festival only tickets are also available for those not wishing to participate in the 5k What do I do Step 1. Run, or walk a relaxed, but timed midday 5k open to runners and walkers on scenic courses. Costumes encouraged! Step 2. Relax and hydrate at the 3-hour post-race craft brew festival featuring free sampling of over 30 local breweries. What do I get? All 5k participants and festival-goers receive a pint glass and entry to the festival — including beer sampling, live music, vendors and food trucks selling onsite. All Designated Drivers ticket holders receive a different bracelet at registration. They are welcome to enjoy the festival and designated snacks and non-alcoholic beverages. Full event info available at This is a 21+ event.

Sep 21, 2017 5:00 PM

(Additional parking available at the Metro-North train station.) Cheers to Bioscience! Want to learn more about the new and growing bioscience companies in the-New Haven area? Come out and join us at our Third Annual and always special Bioscience ClubhouseCT event to meet, network and forge potential partnerships over a terrific Stony Creek craft beer. We'll also be sampling some of the area's finest pizza. We will briefly hear updates from local companies...all are welcome to display a poster or provide a 3-5 minute update, introduce their team and shout-out about needs for talent and partnerships! If interested, please let us know, email: [email protected] Centrally located on the Long Island Sound with more than 20 miles of shoreline, Branford has a quality of life and sense of community that is second to none. With a healthy business climate and an existing diverse community of life sciences, manufacturing, healthcare and service industries, Branford is a vibrant place for bioscience. SPONSORS:                    

Jul 30, 2017 3:00 PM

HelloMD is hosting MINDFUL HAVEN - an afternoon in a beautiful, consumption-friendly environment in San Francisco's Mission District. Connect with cannabis enthusiasts and sample products from top cannabis brands in the Bay Area. Our curated event will bring together our community for Ganja Yoga led by Dee Dussault, Nidra iRest Meditation with Jaene Leonard and an immersive Sound Bath experience with Rachel Dugas. Bring your yoga mat, a blanket and your smile! Mindful Haven Schedule: 3:00-4:00pm        Meet & Sample Top Cannabis Brands 4:00-4:50pm        Ganja Yoga with Dee Dussault 4:50-5:20pm        Yoga Nidra Meditation with Jaene Leonard 5:20-5:45pm        Sound Bathing with Rachel Dugas We hope you will join us; space is limited. A percentage of ticket sales will go towards a local charity.  Ganja Yoga with Dee Dussault Ganja Yoga with me is about Mindfulness, or the inner mental work of yoga; Freedom, or your ability to move your body in the unique way it needs; and Alignment, so you can enjoy a safe practice for years to come. Dee has been teaching these sessions for eight years, was the first to offer this style of teaching in North America and is the author of the new book Ganja Yoga. She offers slow yoga classes, designed for any body and any level of experience with yoga or cannabis. Nidra iRest Meditation with Jaene Leonard Nidra in Sanskrit means 'sleep.' iRest is a guided body-sensing you will receive in a comfortable position -- seated or lying down -- designed to release stress and heal tension stored in the body. iRest is deliciously relaxing and deeply restorative, helping you to reconnect to an underlying quality of being that is always with you throughout life's challenges and changes. Jaene became a 200-level certified yoga instructor ten years ago and a Level II iRest teacher in 2013, and has been leading iRest classes and private sessions in and out of the cannabis space ever since. She delivered iRest for three years at Harborside Health Center as part of pilot wellness program Harborside Heroes and, for the past year, with its extension, OperationEVAC -- an ongoing, expanding program now in four dispensaries in the Bay Area. Sound Bathing with Rachel Dugas "Before we heal our planet we must heal ourselves and those around us.  One being at a time, as we reconnect to our inner voice, we feel closer to the divine Mother Earth, and called to heal and protect her." Rachel uses sacred sounds, music, and movement to cultivate mindfulness and reverence for Mother Earth.  As a cannabis educator, she empowers medical cannabis patients to own their self-healing process, and guide their healing journey through music, dance, and plants. Rachel has a certificate in Sound, Voice & Music in the Healing Arts from the California Institute of Integral Studies.   Note:  -The event is in San Francisco; the exact location will be disclosed to ticket-holders 24-48 hours prior to the event.-The space is consumption friendly but is combustion-free  This is a 21+ event. You will be required to present your valid California Medical Marijuana Recommendation. Need a recommendation? Visit HelloMD - it's 100% online, easy & private. No ticket sales at the door. Transportation: Closest Bart station is 16th st Lyft/Uber is recommended  Street parking only

Oct 03, 2017 5:30 PM

Continuum's A Night of Music and Meaning gala benefits the organization's clients who have autism and other developmental disabilities. The event will feature cocktails, dinner, an auction, and a performance by internationally acclaimed jazz musician Matt Savage, who was diagnosed with a form of autism at age three. Mayor Toni Harp and Dr. William and Mrs. Betsy Sledge will also be honored for their commitment to the New Haven community. For tickets and information about donating and sponsorship opportunities, call (203) 562-2264 ext. 236 or visit

Jul 23, 2017 6:00 PM

Arts in CT CorporationPresentsDisney's Lion King Jr MusicalJune 23, 2017 at 7 PM and June 24, 2017 at 2 PM Performance location: Davis Street School, 35 Davis Street, New Haven, CT 06515 General Admission-$15Children-$8Seniors-$5 Bring a bag of your clothes and your name will be added and the raffle for a gift certificate for gifts and prizes.Purchase Tickets in CT Corporation 64 Ridge StMilford, CT 06460(203)[email protected]

Jun 20, 2017 1:00 PM

Red Marines Festival represents an unique approach to events, showcasing a multi-genre stage setting, appealing to a diverse audience and uniting them under the same sky. Creating an environment where friends and family gather to celebrate and enjoy a weekend getaway. The festival itself has deep roots in the Russian community of the Bay Area, and as such had an international flair right from the start. The festival is treating the participants senses, with intelligent alternative music, performed by artists from all over the world, played on state of the art sound systems, gorgeous decor, and a beautiful location. It is a festival that enlightens, inspires, encourages art, involves local communities, and celebrates life. Musically the main focus is ranging from Psychedelic Trance, to Techno, Ambient, and Live Bands. Carefully selected to create that unique blend of joy and happiness, that Red Marines is famous for. And as special addition this year, we are pleased to join forces with Ratatouille Project, bringing with them their unique day-time party fun. And we are sure, if you attended our events in the past, you know whatever we have planned, it will be good. If you haven’t had the fortune yet, now is the time! Visit Festival Website and Festival Facebook Event Page for more details 2017 Artists JAHBO – Parvati Records, Denmark – AuraQuake Records, San Francisco/Russia DUNKEL – Parvati Records, Denmark – Impulse Audio Records, Russia TOLSTEY – Boshke Beats Records, Israel – AntiShanti Records, New York/Ukraine – Red Marines, Latvia/San Francisco – Dropout Productions, Switzerland/San Francisco – USA/San Francisco – Mexico/San Francisco SUN – Maia Brasil Records, USA/Boston COWBOYS – USA/San Francisco LIU – USA/San Francisco – India/San Francisco LIVE BANDSМИХАИЛ БАШАКОВ – Moscow, Russia – Montreal, Canada MIKHAILOVA – San Francisco – San FranciscoБЮРО ХОРОШЕГО НАСТРОЕНИЯ – Seattle DOOR – San Francisco – San Francisco SEA – Seattle bands TBA… SPECIAL GUESTSRATATOUILLE PROJECT collective – a very fun Saturday day-time party! TECHNO/HOUSE/ELECTRO/ELECTROSWING/DUBSHMUMER - San Francsco, USA - San Francsco, USA - San Francsco, USA TCHORT - San Francsco, USA - Moscow, Russia TOLSTEY - Israel - New York - San Francsco, USA VOLCHEGROOVSKY - San Francsco, USAELI - New YorkMXA - San Francsco, USA acts TBA… **LOCATION**So new location you say... How about an easy and beautiful 2.5-3 hour ride from the Bay Area. No off-road! Forest area with plenty of shade, bathrooms, showers, and RV hook-ups. (request in advance) and a swimming pool! Flat camping area, including spots far away from the music stages, that you will hear the grass grow...Not that you really want to sleep, with all the fun to be had… **DIRECTIONS **Sent with ticket purchase

Aug 10, 2017 10:00 AM

Order Your Tickets Today and SAVE! Our ticket prices increase on the following dates: April 1st and then as of August 6th tickets will be available at the gate prices.  This year all camping tickets include Wednesday so no need to purchase an extra ticket to show up early. Children 15 and under are free with an adult. The Podunk Bluegrass Music Festival moved to its new home in 2014 at the Hebron Lions Fairgrounds in Hebron, CT. This four day festival is a great family event with plenty of music and fun for all. Our 21st year will be no different as we will bring the best of Bluegrass to the stage on the second weekend of August. We will also again have a second stage of Acoustic Music. There is plenty to do at the festival with free workshops, food and craft vendors, kids activities, Kids Academy, Bluegrass University for adults (addition fee required) and plenty of jamming. Directions: From HartfordTake I-84 East towards East Hartford.Cross Connecticut River, take exit number 55, Route 2 East towards Norwich/New London.Take exit number 12 - West Road, Business Route/Marlborough.Turn LEFT onto West RoadWest Road becomes Martin Road in HebronAt end of Martin Rd. turn RIGHT onto Route 85.Lions Fairgrounds will be 1 mile on the RIGHT. From New HavenTake I- 91 North towards Hartford.Take the exit number 18, Route 66 East towards Middletown/Portland.Follow Route 66 East to Route 85 intersection in center of Hebron.Take a LEFT onto Route 85 North.Lions Fairgrounds will be on the LEFT. From New LondonTake Route 85 North towards Hartford.Turn LEFT onto Route 82/East Haddam Rd.Take Route 11 North towards Hartford/Colchester.Merge with Route 2 West.Take the Route 16 exit, exit number 18, towards Colchester /Middletown.Take a RIGHT onto Route 16 East.Take a LEFT onto Route 85 North.Follow Route 85 North across Route 85 and Route 66 intersection.Lions Fairgrounds will be on the LEFT. FAQs Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event? It is helpful to have an ID should questions arise at the ticket gate.  Children 15 and under are free of charge with an adult. What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? There is parking for 5,000 cars on the grounds.  If you need assistance to get from the parking lot to the concert area please ask one of our volunteers or staff members for assistance.  There are paved walkways throughout the festival grounds.  What can/can't I bring to the event? Small coolers are allowed into the festival but why bother when we have some great food vendors.  Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? You may call 860-306-9986 with any questions or by email at [email protected] Is my registration/ticket transferrable? Yes you may update and transfer the ticket to someone else. Can I update my registration information? Yes you can just go to the ticket site and follow directions. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Yes you should bring your ticket as it will speed up your entry into the festival What is the refund policy? There are no refunds Do you sell tickets for one day? Yes you may purchase individual tickets at any time. Are senior and children's tickets the same cost as Adult tickets?   Yes tickets are all the same price.  Children 15 and under are free with a paying adult. Are picnic tables available at our site? There are tables available for your use as a premium ticket holder.  Just let the campground crew know when you pull in. Is there a dump station? No dump stations located on the grounds. But you can pay the port a john company directly to dump.  Check with our Camping Captain for details upon arrival. Are fires allowed? No open fires are allowed on the grounds per the Lions and Fire Marshal. Is there an after 7 PM Ticket Price? Yes we have a general admission ticket for $40.00 for anyone entering after 7 PM on Friday or Saturday.

Sep 09, 2017 2:00 PM

Celebrate Craft Beer and Coastal Virginia Music at the 5th Annual Craft Beer & Music Festival, hosted by ESO Arts Center. Located on the beautiful Eastern Shore of Virginia, the CBMF takes place at the ESO Arts Center in Belle Haven, VA, convenient to many tourist attractions and resort towns off Route 13. Enjoy award winning local and regional craft beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages along with an array of food highlighting the culture of the Eastern Shore. Mainstage Music Acts start off with Double Booked:  Andy Malik, Austin Riopel, Brian Irminger and friends are an ESVA born and raised group of down-home marsh funk jamboree melodies.  Chris & Grayson English hail from Salisbury, Maryland but are no strangers to the ESO Stage. This father son act offer a combination of deep traditional blues and solid original material. Delta blues is their forte, singing, playing guitar and harp, stamping out the time on an old wooden coca cola crate. Bennett Wales & The Relief will round out the Coastal VA Music groups. This blues rock band from the Back Bay of Virginia is full of energy and foot stomping beats. The five piece band brings a compelling combination of rich pop layers and mixed stylings of rhythm and blues, rock, soul, jam and Americana. This year’s raffle item is a NEW print by acclaimed local artist Gordon Campbell of At Altitude Gallery in Cape Charles, VA. The CBMF is the ESO Arts Center’s annual fundraiser with net proceeds benefiting arts programming for residents of Northampton and Accomack Counties and the renovation of the 1920s school currently home to ESO. Established 1986, ESO is a not for profit arts center dedicated to the development of the arts and artistic experiences for all residents of the Eastern Shore of Virginia. In addition to daily classes in visual and performing arts, ESO hosts a monthly concert series and presents events in partnership with area towns and organizations. No coolers, outside food/drink, or animals are allowed at this event, with the exception of certified guide dogs. But do bring your lawn chairs! Please drink responsibly and use a designated driver or make arrangements with a ride sharing social platform.    FAQs:  Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event? You will need to produce a valid photo ID verifying that you are over 21 to purchase a Tasting Ticket and General Admission/Pint Ticket. You may purchase a General Admission ticket for: Those interested in Pint sales only, Designated Drivers and those under 21. Different wristbands will note the difference between GA and DD/U21.  What can/can't I bring to the event? Pets not allowed; service dogs are always welcome. No coolers or outside food/drink will be permitted. Please bring your lawn chairs or lawn blankets. Sunscreen and Bug-spray are advised.  Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Yes if purchased locally at a ticket outlet. If purchased online, there are no paper tickets - we will have your name on a Guest List at the gate - proof of identity may be required. Do you accept credit cards? ONLY at the gate for ticket sales. Our Food Vendors may not have the ability to accept credit cards. Food is a separate purchase, so please bring cash.  Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Phone 757-442-3226 or through the "Contact the Organizer" button on this page. Or click about 1" down from here.