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Fright Haven Presents Rottentail’s Revenge

FRIGHT HAVEN PRESENTS "ROTTENTAIL'S REVENGE"

FOR RELEASE IN CONNECTION WITH EASTER

Stratford, CT:  ROTTENTAIL'S REVENGE is a special, new Holiday event coming to Fright Haven Haunted House in Stratford, CT for one night only, Friday, April 19, 2019.

Peter Cottontail's long-lost brother Roger Rottentail never got any attention. And now he's hopping mad over it"! EGGxactly what is on his plate? DEVILED EGGS? - Not the kind humans eat. RABBIT STEW? - Perhaps, but don't trust what these rabbits poured into it!
You see, Rottentail isn't alone. His baby bunnies have grown up and escaped the farm. They migrated to Stratford CT and set up their wretched rabbit hole inside Fright Haven, CT's Largest Scariest & Greatest INDOOR Haunted House. And they've enlisted other farm animals and creatures to cause mayhem and mania.

Connecticut’s largest, scariest and greatest indoor haunted house is back again to bring you all new attractions with all new scares, as it did this past Holiday season with its highly acclaimed “A Frightmare Before Christmas,” in February with "Valentines Day Massacre," and more recently with its exclusive St Patricks Slay. EGGperience three great themed attractions all under one roof - 20,000 square ft of indoor scares & screams in the Stratford Square Shopping Plaza, 411 Barnum Avenue Cutoff in Stratford next to L.A. Fitness and Ninety Nine Restaurant (across from Home Depot). Open to all ages but recommended for 13 and over. The entertainment venue's interior will be completely renovated with new characters, scenes and events, and there may be a mad rabbit or two outside to greet guests. There is free parking,

Whether guests have visited Fright Haven before or not, this is surely an evening not to be missed. Rottentail's Revenge is an exclusive, one-of-a-kind event running 7-10 PM. Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door. Advance tickets available from frighthaven.ticketleap.com/rottentailsrevenge/

Couples, families, groups and brave individuals all welcome. Group discounts available. Further info: (203) 799-FEAR  www.FrightHaven.com Hop on over.

Fright Haven’s “St Patricks Slay” March 16

FRIGHT HAVEN PRESENTS "ST PATRICKS SLAY"

FOR RELEASE IN CONNECTION WITH ST. PATRICK'S DAY

Stratford, CT:  In celebration of St. Patrick's Day, Fright Haven is the destination for a "lucky" evening with all your worst nightmares. Devilish Leprauchans and Sinister Shape-Shifting Shamrocks await visitors for this special one-night-only event. On Saturday, March 16 , there won't be corn-beef and cabbage or four-leaf clovers but there may be cleavers and a lot more red than green. If you have the luck of the Irish, you may survive the scares at Fright Haven's ST PATRICKS SLAY.

Connecticut’s largest, scariest and greatest indoor haunted house is back again to bring you ALL NEW attractions with ALL NEW scares, as it did this past Holiday season with its highly acclaimed “A Frightmare Before Christmas,” and more recently with "Valentines Day Massacre." ST PATRICKS SLAY is an exclusive, one-of-a-kind event running 7-10 PM.Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door. Advance tickets available from frighthaven.ticketleap.com/stpatricksday2019/.

Whether guests have visited Fright Haven before or not, this is surely an event not to be missed. Fright Haven is located in the Stratford Square Shopping Plaza, 411 Barnum Avenue Cutoff in Stratford next to L.A. Fitness and Ninety Nine Restaurant (across from Home Depot). Open to all ages but recommended for 13 and over.

Couples, families, groups and brave individuals all welcome. Group discounts available. Further info: (203) 799-FEAR  www.FrightHaven.com

Cheshire Pizza and Ale 02/01/19

Aleah Ford at AGAM 01/29/19

Join AGAM and Scene Art Bar for live music and small eats to celebrate the artwork of Aleah Ford 1.29.19 5-7pm @ 29 Mill St Unionville CT

Artist Statement:
With a multidisciplinary approach, I construct, photograph, paint, and sculpt a melancholic and fanciful existence. The natural world, full of its flora and fauna, whisper the lore of the mysterious and unfamiliar. Heavily influenced by a childhood year in Germany, my work takes on a Romantic European aesthetic and philosophy.
Exhibited are two separate bodies of work. “Perceptions” is a series of “manually edited photographs.” Beneath the thinly build layers of paint and dimensional objects, lies a photograph. Inspired by early methods of photographic retouching, I sought to blur the line of painting and photography. “Fauna” is a series of soft-sculpture moths. The wings are photographed from my collection. Each moth is carefully constructed with hand painted/dyed faux fur bodies. Cultures across the centuries have mythologized the lepidopteran family (moths and butterflies), often comparing them to the human soul

Christina Corey at AGAM 01/29/19

Join AGAM and Scene Art bar for live music and small eats to celebrate the artwork of Christina Corey. 1.29.19 5:00-7:00pm @ 29 Mill Street Unionville CT.

Artist Statement:

The feeling of being lost intrigues me. It happens when the wind shifts on an otherwise sunny day, or when you are looking for a scenic view and get caught in a hailstorm. With an observant eye and a sketchbook, I have always taken notice of these moments, both big and small. From a hefty cloud floating over a green mountain, to a sandy plain before a looming storm, each scene elicits a personal response. My paintings are about reflecting on awe-inspiring moments in nature and how those moments spark change in one’s self.
When painting, I look at photo references and the works of other artists to inform my imagined landscapes. Applying oil paint with brushes and palette knives, I use a variety of techniques to create layers of texture. With bold brush strokes, I achieve a level of abstraction that challenges the viewer’s perception of nature.

Compassionfest 07/20/19

The mission of the 5th Annual Compassionfest is to unite like-minded people that believe in the values of being just, kindness, equality and compassion. We'll gather for delicious vegan food and cruelty-free product providers, non-profits, local artisans, inspiring performers, speakers, musical acts & healing workshops for all ages. This is an ALL welcoming indoor/outdoor event.
FREE admission. No Rain-date
Some proceeds will go to our chosen Compassionate Cause TBA

Compassionfest is taking place July 20 2019 at Whitneyville Cultural Commons, located at 1253 Whitney Ave in Hamden, CT. The hours are 10-5pm.

Website http://www.compassionfest.net/

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CompassionFest/

Twitter https://www.instagram.com/compassionfest/



Music & Arts Southington Open House 1/25-1/27

Music & Arts, located at 99 Executive Blvd S in Southington Connecticut will be holding an open house from Friday January 25th until Sunday January 27th. On January 25 Music & Arts will be holding an open mic from 6-8:00pm. Starting at 11:00am on Saturday January 26, their free beginner guitar class with be open to all ages and levels. Starting at 1:00pm, a free beginner drum class will be taking place and will be open to all ages and levels as well. Free meet and greets with all Music & Arts teachers will be available by appointment.

Music & Arts recently opened in October 2018 and offer lessons, rentals, repairs, instruments, and more.

Music & Arts can be found online at:

Website https://www.musicarts.com/southington

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MusicArtsSouthingtonCT8851/

Instgram https://www.instagram.com/musicartssouthington.ct/

 


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