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Upcoming Events in Hartford Connecticut


February

2 - 10 Children's Film Festival - An international assortment of children's movies.

Address: Real Art Ways , Hartford, Connecticut
Ph: (860) 232-1006 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Adults $8.75, seniors and students $6.

June

23 - 26 Annual Greek Festival - Over 75 years in the Hartford community. As always there will be live music, dancing, imports, authentic Greek dancing and guided church tours. Food is served continuously!

Thursday 5 pm - 10 pm | Friday 11 am - 11 pm
Saturday 11 am - 12 midnight | Sunday 12 noon - 5 pm

Address: St. George Greek Orthodox Church , Hartford, Connecticut
Ph: (860) 956-7586 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.stgeorgecathedral.org/festival.html
Fee: Free

October

27 - 12 New Paintings: By Mario Pires, Michael Richters and Guy Richters - This is an exhibition of new paintings by Connecticut artists Mario Pires, Michael Richters, and Guy Richters. Works range from abstract to representational. There will be an opening reception on October 7th, from 6 -9 pm. The opening is free and refreshments will be served. All are welcome.

Address: ArtSpace Hartford, 555 Asylum Street, Hartford, Connecticut , Hartford, Connecticut
Ph: 860-548-9986 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: artspacect.com/hartford
Fee: Free

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Ancient Burying Ground of Hartford

Final resting place of Revolutionary War soldiers and 17th-century settlers including African-Americans and Hartford's founder Thomas Hooker. Were orginally 6,000 graves, 435 markers still stand. (No grave rubbing)

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State Capitol & Legislative Office Building

Gold-domed Victorian Gothic building opened in 1878

Hartford, CT Historic Buildings

Bushnell Park Carousel

1914 Stein and Goldstein hand-carved merry-go-round with 36 jumper horses and 12 stander horses; band organ is a 1925

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Isham-Terry House

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The Trash Museum

Educational facility, tours and hands-on exhibits on solid waste management and recycling, including the "Temple of Trash;"

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