If you have an upcoming event that applies in Cornwall, send it to me at email@example.com and I will post it-Richard Griggs
1:00 Sunday afternoons
All levels experience, all faiths (or no faith) welcome. Please call 672-0229 for location
Feb 21 at Cornwall Library
Karl Goulet’s Art Show
February 21 - April 1
Karl Goulet is a Connecticut-based emerging artist who received his BFA in painting in 2014 from the Hartford Art School. He works across multiple mediums including painting, drawing and mixed media and has exhibited his work throughout Connecticut. Working in his current palette of ivory and obsidian, he captures the spirit of his two dogs, “a whirlwind of pure muscle and teeth… a force of nature… which merge to become one abstract form” and “the basis of my explorations.”
April 15 presents an Afternoon of Art
Join us at the Souterrain Gallery from 3-6 pm for the Artist's Reception of Debby Jones ,A Retrospective , Paintings , Weavings & Tumbleweeds. The exhibit runs through May 21.
Then at the Cornwall Library from 5-7 pm enjoy the Artist's Reception of Frank Bramble , In Fading Light : landscape in the land of the Housatonic , oil paintings , which will be on display from April 6. - May 21.
April 22+23 Art At The Dump
April 23 Roxana Robinson, author of nine books and a Cornwall resident, will give the Norman Dorsen endowed lecture on Sunday afternoon, April 23, at 3:00 at the Town Hall in Cornwall Village. Presented by the Cornwall Historical Society, the annual lecture is made possible by a gift from Norman Dorsen, Stokes professor of law at New York University and a long-time Cornwall home-owner. He was president of the American Civil Liberties Union between 1976 and 1991.
Robinson's talk is titled "What Are Women Doing in Politics?"
Currently the president of the Authors Guild, Robinson's work has been recognized by such diverse sources as the National Endowment for the Arts and the U.S. Marine Corps Foundation which gave her the James Webb Award for Distinguished Fiction for her most recent book, Sparta. She teaches at Hunter College.
Introduction to Creative Writing
Wednesday, March 1
6:30 – 8:30 pm
This six-week creative writing workshop led by Deb Devins is an introduction to writing fiction, nonfiction and poetry. It will cover the short story, the novel, children’s stories, poetry, personal essays and memoir. In addition to character creation, story structure, dialogue and point of view, it will help you overcome writing obstacles and provide information on resources for writers. The goal is to share your writing and receive helpful, supportive feedback. Be inspired by the assigned writing exercises, or bring in your independent writing projects. No prior creative writing instruction needed. Cost: $50 per person. Please register at the Library: 860-672-6874
ASW Pilates at Cornwall Library
8:30 – 9:30 am
The 10-week session has started but drop-ins are welcome. Drop-in cost per class: $18.
Tuesdays & Thursdays
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
No registration is required but the class will not be held for fewer than three participants. $10/class.
Low impact, nothing crazy Senior basketball.
Mondays nights 6:30-8:30
Cornwall Consolidated School Gym
No basketball on holidays or when school is closed.
For anymore information contact:
Steve Sperduto at 860-619-8097
or Jen Markow 860-672-4071
Mat Squad - Mondays, 6:30 - 8:30, UCC Parish House. Turning plastic shopping bags into waterproof sleeping mats for the homeless. For more information call 860-672-6840.
Yoga 8:30am-10:00am Cornwall library. Tuesday
Yoga at Souterrain Gallery in West Cornwall with Nancy Opgaard 5:30-6:30
David Colbert 860 672 0064 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Pilates,8:30-9:30am Cornwall Library
9:00-10:30 am Yoga,Hatha,Cornwall Library