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World Comes to La Grua Series: Tim Flanagan on Southeast Asia
Oct
16
6:00 PM18:00

World Comes to La Grua Series: Tim Flanagan on Southeast Asia

Lessons Learned from a Year Abroad: Teaching, Traveling, and Learning in Southeast Asia

From teaching poetry in Vietnam to living with Burmese refugees in Thailand, Tim will share photos, stories and lessons learned from a year abroad. Learn how to travel cheaply while immersing yourself in another culture. Ask questions and get inspired to take your own adventure!

Tim Flanagan teaches social studies and photography at Stonington Middle School. During the 2016-17 school year, he took a leave of absence, sold his house, and set off on an adventure. He researched and taught for four months in Vietnam as a Fulbright Distinguished Teacher and spent the rest of the year volunteering, teaching, and traveling in Southeast Asia and Central America. Tim has also completed fellowships in Kyrgyzstan, Morocco, Germany, and Cuba, in addition to personal travel in South America, Europe, and Asia. He writes about teaching, volunteering, and traveling on his blog, The Alternate Route (http://tflanagan.us/yearabroad/).

Cost
Suggested donation $5

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Music Matters Series: New York Classical Quartet
Oct
19
5:00 PM17:00

Music Matters Series: New York Classical Quartet

New York Classical Quartet

Judson Griffin & Margaret Ziemnicka, violin
Kate Goddard, viola
David Bakamjian, violoncello
with Julia Bady1886 Chickering concert grand

Chamber works by Antonín Dvořák

Cypresses, for string quartet

Piano Quintet No. 2 in A

Each visit by the New York Classical Quartet is an inspiration. They and their collaborative colleagues — in this case, pianist Julia Bady – present repertoire that comes from the heart and leaves us singing within. This time, they bring us a brace of chamber works by Antonín Dvořák. The La Grua Center's resonant, transparent acoustic will lend wings to the tale Julia Bady and the NYCQ will share with us. The Chickering concert grand is exactly contemporary with both scores.

On this crisp afternoon in early fall, won't you join us for glorious, lyrical chamber music?

Age 18 and under admitted for free. For advance ticket sales, click here.

Cash, check & credit card accepted at the door. All seats unreserved – first come, first served.
Doors open 1/2 hour before the start.

Festive cava reception afterward!

Cost
$20

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Cool Nights Warm Jazz: The Packer Trio with Ian Kelly
Oct
25
7:00 PM19:00

Cool Nights Warm Jazz: The Packer Trio with Ian Kelly

The Packer Trio featuring Ian Kelly on drums, Tom Latawiec on bass, and Fred Fagan on guitar, has developed a very eclectic repertoire over the last 19 years. They specialize in jazz standards with a modern approach and a chemistry that only comes from time. The Trio will delight us with Latin, traditional, and some original pieces.

Click here for advance ticket sales. Cash, credit card, and check accepted at the door. Age 18 and under admitted for free. Seating is not reserved. Doors open 1/2 hour before the start of the event.

Cost
$20

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Good Stories Well Told: The Hurricane of 1938, with Tom Verde
Sep
26
6:00 PM18:00

Good Stories Well Told: The Hurricane of 1938, with Tom Verde

Rhode Island-born journalist Tom Verde shares the story of his family's tragic loss during the devastating Hurricane of 1938 which swept along the New England coast on September 21. Tom will reflect on how the events of that awful day impacted his family for a generation and beyond.
 
Tom Verde is a freelance journalist whose work has appeared in the New York Times, Politico, the Boston Globe, AramcoWorld and on National Public Radio. A native of Providence, he lives in Pawcatuck, Connecticut.

Photo of Stonington Harbor during the Hurricane of 1938 courtesy of the Stonington Historical Society.

Cost
Suggested donation $5

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Cool Nights Warm Jazz: Latin Essence
Sep
20
7:00 PM19:00

Cool Nights Warm Jazz: Latin Essence

This dynamic group is comprised of some of the sassiest jazz players in the region who keep the room full of lively vibes. The band, featuring Ben Velazquez (bass), Chris Leigh (guitar), Miguel Rios (congas), Steve Marien (saxophone) and Luis Rivera (percussion), combines elements of traditional Latin music with an eclectic repertoire of jazz standards and pop/fusion classics.

Tickets $20. For advance sales, click here. Cash, check, or credit card accepted at the door. Seating is unreserved; please plan to arrive early.

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Music Matters: Pianist Olga Vinokur
Sep
14
5:00 PM17:00

Music Matters: Pianist Olga Vinokur

Olga Vinokur, 1886 Chickering concert grand 

The Heart & Soul of Russia

Scriabin Etudes, Preludes & a Sonata
Rachmaninoff Études TableauxMoments Musicaux
Prokofiev Sarcasms, Op. 17
Kreisler-Rachmaninoff Liebesleid

We often think of Russian pianism as being virtuosic. Russian Late Romantic music does require ferocious technical mastery, but the heart of this celebrated style is its deep lyricism. Among Russian performers gracing the American concert stage today, there is no more poetic a figure than Olga Vinokur. Her passionate commitment to the rich, subtle scores of Rachmaninoff, Medtner, and Scriabin is justifiably famous. She also brings a depth and finely chiseled intellect to early moderns like Prokofiev that takes your breath away. Join us for a rare pianistic and artistic encounter, a true revelation.

18 and under admitted free. Cash, check & credit card accepted at the door

For advance tickets, please click here.

All seats unreserved – first come, first served. Doors open 1/2 hour before the start.

Festive cava reception to follow!

Cost
$15

Links:
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Journal Jam Workshop
Aug
10
10:00 AM10:00

Journal Jam Workshop

This workshop is a great summer jam session to take a break and nurture your free-thinking spirit through three journaling techniques.  This hands-on class combines mini-exercises on page layout, drawing, and writing for inspirational journaling. 

Becky Tumicki offers these techniques for celebrating self-expression on the page with guided instruction, solo time, and whole group sharing.  This workshop is ideal for all creative types.  No journaling experience required.

Bring your favorite pencils, pens, colored markers, scissors, glue stick, and a journal or paper. Creative play is known to be helpful and fun.  Come play and unplug.

Space is limited to 12 participants and pre-registration is required. Please email kelli@lagruacenter to sign up.

Suggested donation $5.

Becky Tumicki is an avid dabbler in all things creative.  New to journaling in 2016, she has since filled ten journals with quotes, colors, thoughts, drawings, and conversations with self to get through transitional periods in life.  She grew up in Norwich, spends part of her summers in the Borough, and currently resides in Washington State.

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Music Matters: Duo Orfeo, Classical & Electric Guitars
Jul
27
5:00 PM17:00

Music Matters: Duo Orfeo, Classical & Electric Guitars

Peculiar Arabesques
19th-century European art music

Joseph Ricker & Jamie Balmer
classical & electric guitars

Ferdinando Carulli, Graciano Tarragó, Chopin Mazurkas, Reynaldo Hahn, Enrique Granados, Isaac Albéniz

July's heat will reign outdoors, but we offer you a different warmth indeed inside La Grua.

The guitar – a millennium old, blessed with a large and splendid repertoire – is evocative and touching on its own. This afternoon, two guitars let us travel into the emotional heart of scores for orchestra and piano, a journey lent wings by the subtle, insightful art of transcription. Cherished historical guitarist-composers and our performers themselves imbue this heavenly music with beauty and dimension only a pair of these instruments can invoke. For their much-anticipated return, Duo Orfeo will be playing their acoustics and their exquisite, surprising electrics.

Cash, check, or credit card accepted at the door. Age 18 and under admitted for free.

Advance tickets available here. Seating is not reserved. Doors open at 4:30.

Wine reception to follow.

Cost
$15

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Kids Summer Art Workshops
Jul
21
10:00 AM10:00

Kids Summer Art Workshops

Sundays, July 14 and July 21, from 10am to noon.

Kids Summer Art workshops at La Grua Center!  Children will be able to work with local artists and participate in their choice of various art activities, including painting, crafting, clay, and more!  All ages welcome! (Please note, for younger children parental supervision is required; no drop offs.) 

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Kids Summer Art Workshops
Jul
14
10:00 AM10:00

Kids Summer Art Workshops

Sundays, July 14 and July 21, from 10am to noon.

Kids Summer Art workshops at La Grua Center!  Children will be able to work with local artists and participate in their choice of various art activities, including painting, crafting, clay, and more!  All ages welcome! (Please note, for younger children parental supervision is required; no drop offs.) 

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Behind the Curtain: Chicago Tribune Theater Critic Chris Jones in conversation with Broadway producer Tom Viertel
Jul
13
5:00 PM17:00

Behind the Curtain: Chicago Tribune Theater Critic Chris Jones in conversation with Broadway producer Tom Viertel

Chris Jones is the longtime chief theater critic for the Chicago Tribuneand covers Broadway for the New York Daily News. He is also the director of the National Critics Institute at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center in Waterford. In conversation with Broadway producer Tom Viertel (Hairspray, The Producers, Gypsy, Angels in America), Chris will chat about significant productions over the last 25 years and his new book, Rise Up! Broadway and American Society from Angels in America to Hamilton. Books available for signing and sale.

Suggested donation $5

Co-presented with Bank Square Books


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Pop-Up Exhibit: Life of an Artist ~ David Black
Jun
28
5:00 PM17:00

Pop-Up Exhibit: Life of an Artist ~ David Black

This special pop-up exhibit featuring the wonderful art of David Black will run for one week only, June 28-July 7. Paintings from David’s adventures in Stonington, New York, and on his travels will be for sale. The exhibit will also be a rare opportunity to see some of David’s paintings from private collections.

Come join us in celebrating this renowned artist!

Call for gallery hours.

Cost
Suggested donation $5

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Summer Soirée 2019
Jun
21
6:00 PM18:00

Summer Soirée 2019

Join us for a fun-filled evening featuring both a live and silent auction, a wine pull, and festive fare catered by Dog Watch Café. Cove Ledge has donated wine and beer, and we’ll have a specialty cocktail donated by The Real McCoy Rum. Come celebrate the start of summer and help us kick off the following day’s Stonington Sounds Summer Music Festival!

$100 per person.  Click to purchase tickets.

Wine and beer donated by Cove Ledge Beer, Wine, and Spirits; and specialty cocktail spirit donated by The Real McCoy Rum with festive fare catered by Dog Watch.

Benefiting La Grua Center’s year-long programming and our Summer Music Festival.

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Good Stories Well Told: The Accidental Sailor with Nelson Simon
Jun
5
6:00 PM18:00

Good Stories Well Told: The Accidental Sailor with Nelson Simon

When Nelson Simon signed up as a last minute crew member to transport a Norwegian schooner from Brooklyn to Bermuda, he pictured it as a sort of pleasure cruise. Instead, he found himself fighting for survival in the midst of what became known as “The Perfect Storm.” Join us as Nelson recounts his harrowing tale that began with a friendly invitation to sail on board the Anne Kristine and ended in the dead of night in a Coast Guard helicopter high above an angry sea.

Cost
Suggested donation $5

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Food, Fitness & Fun: Health Benefits of Olive Oil with Stephen and Suzanne Capizanno
May
30
6:00 PM18:00

Food, Fitness & Fun: Health Benefits of Olive Oil with Stephen and Suzanne Capizanno

Join us to learn more about what makes Extra Virgin Olive Oils healthy. Stephen and Suzanne will discuss the many myths of Extra Virgin Olive Oil and show you what to look for when choosing a high quality over a lower grade oil. Food is medicine and choice matters. Several different types of extra virgin olive oils will be sampled in order to experience the nose and flavor notes of these olive oils and understand the difference between them. For the finale, there will be a special tasting treat using Blood Orange Fused Olive Oil!

Suggested donation $5.

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Music Matters: The Soul of the Viola
May
18
5:00 PM17:00

Music Matters: The Soul of the Viola

The Soul of the Viola

Carol Gimbelanonymous viola, ca. 1725, ex-Emmanuel Vardi

Cullan Bryant1886 Chickering concert grand

The Soul of the Viola

Piano prelude  Schumann  Der Dichter spricht, from Kinderszenen
Britten  Lachrymæ, reflections on a song of John Dowland
Schumann Fünf Stücke im Volkston, Op. 102
Rebecca Clarke  Viola Sonata (1919)

Music Matters presents its very first program for viola & piano, with brilliant Carol Gimbel and Cullan Bryant (NYC). The scores they will play are powerful and moving. The dusky, rich sound of the viola and our many-hued 1886 Chickering concert grand will soar in the La Grua Center's open, transparent acoustic. This is a rare and fetching program, magically played on exceptional instruments.

Tickets $15

18 and under admitted free. Cash, check & credit card accepted at the door

For advance tickets, please click here.

All seats are unreserved – first come, first served! Doors open 1/2 hour before the start.

Wine reception to follow.

Links:
Carol Gimbel

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Exhibit Opening: The Love Affair
May
10
5:00 PM17:00

Exhibit Opening: The Love Affair

This exhibit features the art of all five members of the Love family. It leaves little doubt that art is as much a natural as a nurtured talent. The Loves: Tim Love, a retired Vice Chairman and CEO of Omnicom Group, a leading ad agency has returned to his first love, painting, while Kate Love, a former art director has more time to pursue recreational art since becoming an empty nester. Mac Love, lives with his family in Akron OH where he heads up his own design firm, ArtXLove: Eliza Love is a social worker in Danbury CT and has moved her artistic talent into photography: Harrison Love is a graduate of RISD and an artist on the West Coast and has just completed a commissioned mural in San Francisco. All of the artistic family welcome another occasion to exhibit together. This is the third Love Affair preceded by ones in Stonington and Singapore. 

Suggested donation $5.

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Media Matters Series: Mary Norris, It's All Greek to Me
Apr
18
6:00 PM18:00

Media Matters Series: Mary Norris, It's All Greek to Me

La Grua Center and Bank Square Books are pleased to present an evening with bestselling author Mary Norris (Greek to Me: Adventures of the Comma Queen), in conversation with Bank Square Books event manager Elissa Sweet. This event will kick off to La Grua Center's new Media Matters series. 

In her New York Times bestseller Between You & Me, Mary Norris delighted readers with her irreverent tales of pencils and punctuation in The New Yorker’s celebrated copy department. In Greek to Me, she delivers another wise and funny paean to the art of self-expression, this time filtered through her greatest passion: all things Greek.

Greek to Me is a charming account of Norris’s lifelong love affair with words and her solo adventures in the land of olive trees and ouzo. Along the way, Norris explains how the alphabet originated in Greece, makes the case for Athena as a feminist icon, goes searching for the fabled Baths of Aphrodite, and reveals the surprising ways Greek helped form English. Filled with Norris’s memorable encounters with Greek words, Greek gods, Greek wine—and more than a few Greek men—Greek to Me is the Comma Queen’s fresh take on Greece and the exotic yet strangely familiar language that so deeply influences our own.

Cost
Suggested donation $5

Links:
Bank Square BooksMary Norris

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Music Matters: The Soul of the Viola
Apr
18
5:00 PM17:00

Music Matters: The Soul of the Viola

The Soul of the Viola

Carol Gimbelanonymous viola, ca. 1725, ex-Emmanuel Vardi

Cullan Bryant1886 Chickering concert grand

The Soul of the Viola

Piano prelude  Schumann  Der Dichter spricht, from Kinderszenen
Britten  Lachrymæ, reflections on a song of John Dowland
Schumann Fünf Stücke im Volkston, Op. 102
Rebecca Clarke  Viola Sonata (1919)

Music Matters presents its very first program for viola & piano, with brilliant Carol Gimbel and Cullan Bryant (NYC). The scores they will play are powerful and moving. The dusky, rich sound of the viola and our many-hued 1886 Chickering concert grand will soar in the La Grua Center's open, transparent acoustic. This is a rare and fetching program, magically played on exceptional instruments.

Tickets $15

18 and under admitted free. Cash, check & credit card accepted at the door

For advance tickets, please click here.

All seats are unreserved – first come, first served! Doors open 1/2 hour before the start.

Wine reception to follow.

Links:
Carol Gimbel

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Imagine Scholar's Megan O'Neill on Education in Rural Africa
Apr
17
6:00 PM18:00

Imagine Scholar's Megan O'Neill on Education in Rural Africa

Megan O'Neill has spent the last 3 years working with Imagine Scholar. A native of Connecticut, she received a degree in Africana Studies from Dickinson College and soon thereafter moved to the Nkomazi region of South Africa. With Imagine Scholar, Megan spends her time facilitating classes with high school students about reading and writing, mentoring students through the university application process, and raising money for the organization. 

Imagine Scholar is an educational non-profit organization based in the Nkomazi region of South Africa. The organization's innovative and sustainable approach to education is creating meaningful impact in the local community. Through working with high-achieving, low-income secondary school students on development of leadership, critical thinking, and community-mindedness, we aim to build Africa's next generation of change makers. 

Cost
Suggested donation $5.

Links:
Imagine Scholar

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Music Matters: Bach Keyboard Partitas on Florentine Baroque Piano
Apr
13
5:00 PM17:00

Music Matters: Bach Keyboard Partitas on Florentine Baroque Piano

J.S. Bach Six Keyboard Partitas
Andrew Willis, Florentine Baroque piano

J.S. Bach The Six Keyboard Partitas, BWV 825-830, complete in two recitals

Bach and his German contemporaries first heard and played what we today call the Baroque piano in the 1730s. Over the decade of intense instrumental development that followed, this new instrument – invented in Florence in the 1690s – began to astonish musicians and listeners. Frederick the Great commissioned thirteen of them!

Bach's three great sets of keyboard suites culminate in his brilliant, deeply moving Partitas. Join us for two full-length recitals by brilliant pianist Andrew Willis for New England's very first traversal of all six in on Baroque piano. Copies of his double album of the works will be available, as well.

Our performance platform will assure excellent audibility and clear sight lines.

Tickets $15. For advance ticket sales, click here.

18 and under admitted free. Cash, check & credit card accepted at the door

All seats are unreserved – first come, first served. Doors open 1/2 hour before the start.

Wine reception to follow.

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On Our Minds: Intimations in the Night~Psyche & Spirit in Aging, with Michael Conforti
Mar
21
6:00 PM18:00

On Our Minds: Intimations in the Night~Psyche & Spirit in Aging, with Michael Conforti

Intimations in the Night: An Archetypal Perspective on Psyche and Spirit in the Aging Processpresented by Michael Conforti, PhD.

Writers, mystics and analysts have all spoken about the process of aging, and how entry into this later stage of life offers the promise to finally live the life we are meant to have. In this presentation, Dr. Michael Conforti, Jungian Analyst and author, will speak about the personal, spiritual and archetypal issues involved in the aging process. He will explain how to recognize those patterns which keep us from this opportunity to those behaviors, fantasies and desires which bring us to that threshold, allowing us to see and touch this other and perhaps most authentic way of living.

Cost
Suggested donation $5

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Local Treasures Series: Mohegan Tribe~25 Years Since Federal Recognition
Mar
6
6:00 PM18:00

Local Treasures Series: Mohegan Tribe~25 Years Since Federal Recognition

Join us for an evening with Mark Brown, the only member of the Mohegan Tribe who has served on its Tribal Council continuously since 1995, in conversation with community leader Bill Stanley (Yale-New Haven L+M Hospital). How has the Mohegan Tribe’s growth contributed to our local and state economy, as well as the Tribe’s health and welfare? What does it mean to be a sovereign nation? What was it like to see the casino go up and what were some of the challenges? How has our entire region benefited? How is the Tribe diversifying its interests beyond gaming? What’s next on the horizon?

Cost
Suggested donation $5

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More Music: Traditional Irish, Scottish, & American Folk Music with Executive Session
Mar
1
7:00 PM19:00

More Music: Traditional Irish, Scottish, & American Folk Music with Executive Session

Once again we are pleased to welcome back The Executive Session, an ensemble brought together by local flutist Michael "Skip" McKinley. Their music is a blend of Irish, Scottish, and American tradition and innovation. It is rare that this breadth of music is interpreted on an 1850’s granadilla wood flute. With added raw power and Northern Ireland swagger of Dan Foster’s fiddle and the sailing ballads from guitarist Greg Bacon, this concert will be one you will not forget. Come start the month of March with some remarkable Celtic music!

Age 18 and under admitted for free. Cash, check, or credit card accepted at the door. For advance ticket sales, click here.

Seating is not reserved; first come, first served. Doors open 1/2 hour before start of event.

Cost
$15

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Food, Farm, Community - The Evolution of Stone Acres Farm
Feb
27
6:00 PM18:00

Food, Farm, Community - The Evolution of Stone Acres Farm

Fun, Food, & Fitness Series

Join farmer Andy Meek, Jane Meiser, Director of Stone Acres Farm, and Jen Rothman, Director of the Yellow Farmhouse Education Center to hear about the work they are doing to support regional small-scale agriculture and build community through food. The panel and workshop will explore principles of resilient agriculture, the history and future of local farms, and the way that culinary and farm-based education can ensure a better food future and lead to a healthier environment and local economy. Take part in a short cooking activity and tasting of farm-fresh vegetables.

Suggested donation $5

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Music Matters: Stephen Porter and Chopin the Exile
Feb
9
5:00 PM17:00

Music Matters: Stephen Porter and Chopin the Exile

Music Matters: Stephen Porter & Chopin the Exile

Stephen Porter, 1886 Chickering Concert Grand

Piano prelude  Robert Schumann Chorale in G

Frédéric Chopin

Nocturne No. 20 in c#, Op. posth.

Polonaise in c#, Op. 26, No. 1

Twelve Mazurkas – a chronological voyage

Nocturne in E, Op. 62, No. 2

Polonaise-Fantaisie in Ab, Op. 61

Pianist Stephen Porter returns for a performance in which he will weave Chopin’s personal story of exile with selections from the MazurkasPolonaisesNocturnes, and his final masterpiece, the Polonaise-Fantaisie.

Seats will go quickly!

Tickets $10. Age 18 and under admitted free

Cash, check & credit card accepted at the door. For advance tickets, please click here.

All seats are unreserved – first come, first served! Doors open 1/2 hour before the start.

Wine reception to follow.

Links:
Stephen Porter Piano

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Eastern CT Chamber Business After Hours at La Grua
Feb
6
5:30 PM17:30

Eastern CT Chamber Business After Hours at La Grua

Chamber of Commerce of Eastern CT Business After Hours

Wednesday, February 6 from 5:30-7:30

Join us for a fun networking event as we show off La Grua Center to our region’s business and nonprofit leaders. Hors d’oeuvres, beer, wine, soft drinks, and water will be served. Bring your business cards to enter the drawings for door prizes! Background music will be provided by Rod Luther playing our beautiful 1922 Mason & Hamlin grand piano, and art work from the Ningret Art Guild from Rhode Island will grace the walls.

This is a ticketed event with prices for both Chamber members ($15/$20) and non-members ($25/$30). For tickets, click here.

Co-hosted by Breakwater Restaurant, who will be providing hors d'oeuvres for the evening.

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Merrill House Presents: James Merrill at Home, with Rachel Carley
Feb
2
5:00 PM17:00

Merrill House Presents: James Merrill at Home, with Rachel Carley

Architectural Historian Rachel Carley discusses "James Merrill at Home."  

For further details, please contact James Merrill House at the link below.

Photograph of James Merrill courtesy of the Stonington Historical Society Rollie McKenna Collection.

Links:
James Merrill House

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Music Matters Series: Violin, Horn & Piano
Jan
26
5:00 PM17:00

Music Matters Series: Violin, Horn & Piano

Music Matters: Brahms, Schumann & the Romantic Horn

Solomiya Ivakhivviolin 
William Purvisvalved horn
Mihae Lee1922 Mason & Hamlin

Horn trio prelude Schumann
   Album für die Jugend, Op. 68 4. Chorale

Schumann Fantasiestücke, Op. 73,
    transcr. for horn & piano

Prokofiev Violin sonata No. 1 in f, Op. 80

Brahms Horn trio in Eb, Op. 40

A to-die-for trio of superlative musicians will bring us one of the most satisfying programs we could wish for.

Between them, Schumann and Brahms defined the Romantic. No instrument proclaims this more powerfully than the French horn, especially in Brahms' beloved Horn Trio. By the same token, no "modern" spoke more persuasively of his time than did Prokofiev. His just-pre-war 1st violin sonata recounts an irresistibly gripping tale that's relevant now.

Our three – Ivakhiv, Purvis, Lee – will counter January's deep chill with a warmth that, we promise you, will stay with us all for a great while.

Tickets $15

18 and under admitted free. Cash, check & credit card accepted at the door

For advance tickets, please click here.

All seats unreserved – first come, first served! Doors open 1/2 hour before the start.

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Military Matters: Coast Guard Captain Wes Pulver on the Coast Guard Museum
Jan
23
6:00 PM18:00

Military Matters: Coast Guard Captain Wes Pulver on the Coast Guard Museum

Wes Pulver will update us on the status of the National Coast Guard Museum project, including revised renderings, floor plans, and the proposed exhibits.  He will include local Coast Guard stories that highlight our region’s influence on the Coast Guard and our Maritime Nation. 

Open to the public.

Cost
Suggested donation $5

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