Hartford Symphony Orchestra's St. Patrick's Day Celebration regales ears with classic Celtic tunes commemorating the feast of Ireland's patron saint. Visiting from his usual perch at the Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra, conductor Gerald Steichen leads an army of instruments as it elevates the shimmering tenor of veteran singer Robert White, who has been nourishing auditory synapses since his radio debut in 1948. White fills listeners with Irish pride until they burst with clover leaves by belting out such distinctly Hibernian tunes as "Danny Boy," a slow, anthemic composition that resonates in the hearts of Irish emigrants. Renowned Irish fiddler Jeanne Freeman also fuels high-octane jigs with skills gleaned from County Donegal native P.V. O'Donnell.
Enjoy a large array of finger food at Mc Kinnons Pub, a local pub.
If you want a dainty meal, go elsewhere. If you want a craveworthy dish, get to Mc Kinnons Pub.
Whether you have something to celebrate or just need something to take the edge off, the drink menu at Mc Kinnons Pub won't disappoint.
Shake off your workday and treat yourself to Mc Kinnons Pub's happy hour.
Large groups will appreciate Mc Kinnons Pub for its ability to seat them quickly.
No need to dress up for a trip to Mc Kinnons Pub — the casual restaurant encourages laid-back attire.
If you're strapped for time, take out food from Mc Kinnons Pub.
A catering menu is also available if you're looking to dazzle the guests at your next shindig.
Drive to lunch or dinner at Mc Kinnons Pub and find easy parking in a lot close by or on the street.
If cycling is more your speed, you'll find plenty of space to stash your bike outside the restaurant.
When you need great food that is not going to cost an arm and a leg, stop by Mc Kinnons Pub.
You can stop by at practically any time, since Mc Kinnons Pub serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Floor-to-ceiling mirrors reflect 2,700 square feet of glossy, hardwood floors ringing with the staccato of dancing high heels. Brass poles sprout from the floor, supporting whirling women as they learn sensual routines and build upper-body strength by suspending themselves skyward.
Pole Control Studios' owner, a seasoned performer with a BA in sports science, designs programs that scale up in difficulty while centering around fitness. The studio inducts exercisers in the flirtatious art with an introductory class, where each dancer learns correct posture, transition work, and how to use high heels to tap out Morse code. From there, guests foray into several Pole and Aerial Arts classes of empowering fitness classes that build on the basics, imparting techniques for climbing, controlled spins, or inversions. They also offer several fitness classes to build the muscles needed to strengthen to excel on the Pole, Pole Fit and Sensual Stretch supplement pole-dancing prowess with intense cardio, squats, lunges, and body-elongating posework.
Every New Year's Eve, the city of Hartford celebrates the upcoming year with First Night?a one-day festival of music, art, and dance. First Nights have been celebrated across the country since 1976 in Boston. As part of these celebrations, arts organizations from across the community come to perform their works in the lead up to midnight in a family-and-friends get-together. You can hear live music and comedy and view magic, dance, and street performers. You can also ring in the new year by staying up for fireworks displays at 6 p.m. and midnight in Bushnell Park that can be seen throughout the city, but not through those binoculars you made out of leftover confetti and streamers.
The techs from Green Restoration specialize in clearing buildup and bacteria from homes' hard-to-reach nooks and crannies: air ducts, dryer vents, and even the grout between tiles. They also deep clean more accessible surfaces, like rugs and upholstery, always using nontoxic products safe for use in households with kids and pets. Their green carpet cleaning is even 100% satisfaction guaranteed with licensed, bonded, and insured techs.
Co-founders Alana La Fleur and Vanessa Jennings put the mission of VAz Media right in the name: V stands for "Vanessa," A for "Alana," and Z represents "everything for women, from A to Z." The duo established their event-planning company to give women a place to relax and socialize in a supportive environment, free of stress or the incessant pandering for their votes from mayoral candidates. La Fleur and Jennings also partner each event with a charity, raising funds for organizations such as the Connecticut chapter of the National MS Society and CT Women’s Education and Legal Fund.