Waking Up Your Garden

Spring cleaning in the garden is crucial to get shrubs and herbaceous borders looking their best and to prepare vegetable and herb beds for a bountiful year.  Daryl Beyers will review … Read more

Making Composition Work for You

Understanding and applying just a few key principles of composition will bring strength, balance and the “wow” factor to your artwork in any medium. We will explore a range of … Read more

Opening Day

The garden opens for the season on Friday, April 23, Visiting hours for the 2021 season are: Wednesdays and Fridays 1-4 Saturdays 10-4 All visitors are required to observe the … Read more

Designing Your Garden From Scratch

Are you planning to make a garden? Before you do anything let Page Dickey  illustrate and discuss some key elements to consider: connecting the garden to the house deciding on … Read more

Color in Nature

Careful observation of all the subtle hues and values in nature helps in creating accurate, colorful and unique paintings. Using watercolor in a series of exercises, learn to mix and … Read more

Life in the Studio

Join Frances Palmer as she discusses the links between her exquisite pottery and the beautiful flowers that she grows just outside her studio in two bountiful cutting gardens.  The planting … Read more

The Sweet Sounds of Spring

As part of their Music in Great Spaces series the Waterbury Symphony presents The Sweet Sounds of Spring with Harmonia V Woodwind Quintet. This concert will take place in the … Read more

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