Community Events

Connecticut is rich with historical, educational, cultural and natural venues that provide life-enhancing experiences for our community. The following list provides links to many of the Connecticut organizations that host events, exhibits, performances and participatory activities throughout the year.

» To suggest an organization to add to this list, please send the physical address and website link to

Organizations: Please see our events policy at the bottom of this page. 






Arts Centers & Organizations:

Historical Preservation:

Events Policy: Connecticut Public maintains this web page with links to organizations throughout Connecticut that present events and programming to their communities. Connecticut Public does not offer a free platform to promote community events or distribute public service announcements for outside organizations. Groups may request a free link on this page by contacting Connecticut Public at

Events Promotion: Organizations wishing to promote their events may also purchase ad banners on any of our Connecticut Public websites by contacting our Underwriting department at 860.275.7202 or e-mailing

Events News: Groups are welcome to send press releases about events to our News department with the understanding that it is completely subject to the discretion and judgment of our staff whether an event or organization will be covered in our reporting. Press releases may be sent to and


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