ANSONIA - The Ansonia Nature and Recreation Center will hold its annual winter solstice drumming circle at 6 p.m. Dec. 20.
Join Ranger Dawn to make some music by the fire. Children, ages 12 and older, are welcome to attend accompanied by adults.
Bring your own percussion instrument, or make one, and dress warmly for this program that will be held at the large pavilion.
This event is free, but participants are asked to bring a canned food donation for area needy.
Full Cold Moon Hike
At 7 p.m. Dec. 20, as a full moon rises over the fields and forests of the Nature Center, join Rangers Wendy and Martin for a moonlight hike.
Learn to identify trees by their shapes. Stop and listen for the calls of Great Horned owls and perhaps others sounds of wildlife that are out and about in winter.
Dress for the cold and wear sturdy foot gear.
This free program is limited to 30 persons including children and adults, so call early to register.
To register for either program call 203-736-1053.
The nature center is at 10 Deerfield Road.
This is a press release from the nature center.
Alycia Filippone and Sal Aconfora prepare meatballs for the festival ANSONIA- Holy Rosary parish will sponsor its 50 th annua...
Samuel Rodrigue, center, with his parents Glen and Melissa SEYMOUR - Seymour 5th grader Samuel Rodrigue was recently recognized as one...
HARTFORD - House Republican Leader Themis Klarides and her sister State Rep. Nicole Klarides-Ditria are continuing to fight to pass leg...