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The 2014 North Branford Potato and Corn Festival takes place Thursday, July 31 through Sunday, August 3 on Route 22 in North Branford. Hours: Thursday and Friday 4 pm - 11 pm, Saturday 9 am - 11 pm, Sunday 9 am - 6 pm.
Experience rides, food and crafting vendors, potato sack races, corn shucking, tractor pulls, a classic car show, a 5k road race, and many bands/entertainment.
Spectacular fireworks, some say among the best in the state, occurs on Saturday night.
Don’t forget the baked potatoes and roasted corn.
For more information visit: http://www.nbpotatofest.com/ or call 203-484-6017
Best known as a musician with The Rolling Stones and formerly with the Faces, Ronnie Wood is also an accomplished artist whose work is on exhibit at the William Benton Museum of Art at UConn from March 28th through August 10th. The exhibition features an exciting selection of paintings, lithographs, and pen-and-ink drawings by Wood as well as photographs and an exclusive message from him while he and The Stones are on their “14 on Fire” tour of Australia and Asia. Admission to the Benton is always free. For more information, visit the Benton Museum website at Benton.uconn.edu.
On the second Monday of each month there is a Near Death Experience Support Group Meeting in Farmington at 16 Munson Road, that's behind the Uconn Health Center from 7:00pm till 9:00pm and is open to anyone who has had an experience or interested in the phenomenon.
It is free and guests are invited to participate or just listen. To be put on the email list call 203-932-0790, that's 203-932-0790.
The University of Connecticut Health Center offers free or reduced price programs designed to help the community stay healthy and informed. Click here for more information.