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Crafts for a Cause, Swing Dancing, Feeling Cuba, and More Around Montville This Weekend

Check out what is going on in the region this weekend.

Charlie King and Karen Brandow Join Geoff Kaufman in Concert
Friday, 7:30 p.m. - Friday Night Folk at All Souls will host Charlie King and Karen Brandow to share the stage with Geoff Kaufman on Friday. King and Brandow are musical storytellers and political satirists who perform with the sweet and precise harmony of life partners. They sing and write passionately about the extraordinary lives of ordinary people. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are available for advance purchase at fridaynightfolk.org. 

Junior Friends' Crafts for a Cause
Saturday, 2 p.m. - Join the Junior Friends of the Groton Public Library as they craft Valentine’s Day cards and gifts for residents of local nursing homes. Refreshments will be provided. Not a member of the Junior Friends yet? Only $1 to join.

Hour Farther
Saturday, 7 p.m.
 - Hour Farther, set outside a rural Kentucky town, is a six-actor, 19-character ensemble play about Victor, an adopted-son waiting to meet his biological father for the first time. As he waits, Victor takes us on an odyssey. An epic play with cosmic and biblical tones told through rural, gospel, and hip hop rhythms, Hour Farther explores the notion: is blood thicker than water? The cast includes: Jamal Neal Davis Jr, Elijah Manning, E. Roger Mitchell, Nichelle Rollins, Derrick Williams. Also Featuring Menelik Nesmith, an amazing local talent. There is a one-time only reading before production. Come and put your stamp on this production. Tickets are $10 at the door or by clicking here.

Swing Dancing to Roger Ceresi and the All Starz
Saturday, 7 p.m. - No partner necessary! Come dance to the sounds of Roger Ceresi and the All Starz. A free one hour beginner's lessonis included with admission with the dance immediately following. Admission is $15 and $11 for members. Become a member at the door. All ages are welcome. Fore more information, visit www.shorelineswingct.org.

"Feeling Cuba"

Sunday, 1 p.m. - The show features a mix of paintings, cut-drawings, photography, collage and mixed media by Cuban artists. For most of us, Curator and Gallery Director Nadesha Mijoba says, Cuba remains an enigma, a country hidden from view, while a treasure in our midst. “Never has any man seen such a beautiful place,” Christopher Columbus wrote in his Oct. 28, 1492, ship’s log. Yet despite his visual epiphany and that of others exploring the West Indies in the 15th century, Cuba – the largest island in the Caribbean Sea – remains concealed from our view. Why is this? Twentieth century political policies? Or is it the paradox of being so close to the United States but so far from familiar social and cultural norms? Join as people are brought closer to the life of Cuba, to feel the presence of this geographically intimate neighbor and to explore the richness of this great island and its people. Visit provenancecenter.com and lnva.us or call 860-405-5887 for more information.

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