Things To Do In Torrington


10 Classes at Sanctuary Power Yoga (Up to 55% Off)

Sanctuary Power Yoga

Torrington

Vigorous, heated yoga complemented by slow-paced unheated classes and restorative sessions

$122 $55

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Full Wine Tasting with Cheese and Take-Home Glasses for Two or Four at Haight-Brown Vineyard (Up to 42% Off)

Haight Brown Vineyard

Litchfield

Tasting of complete wine portfolio accompanied by cheese, plus wine glass to take home

$24 $14

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$47 for $85 Worth of Martial-Arts Lessons — Litchfield Hills Aikikai

Aikido - Litchfield Hills Aikikai

Bantam

Japanese art of Aikido in a traditional dojo setting; classes are open to all levels, including beginners

$85 $47

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Catch-and-Release or Fillet-and-Freeze Ice-Fishing for Two from Taft's Tackle & Charter Services (Up to 75% Off)

Taft's Tackle & Charter Services

Charter The Berkshires

Adept anglers guide troupes across frozen lakes in four-hour excursions using modern technology to haul in catches

$300 $79

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"Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" at Warner Theatre, February 7–15 (Up to 40% Off)

"Dirty, Rotten Scoundrels"

Warner Theatre

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Bawdy musical comedy based on the 1988 film sees two conmen compete for the money of a naive heiress

$26 $16

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Adult or Kids' Capoeira Classes or Yoga Classes at Thrive Movement Studio (Up to 60% Off). Four Options Available.

Matica Arts, LLC dba Thrive Movement Studio

Harwinton

Capoeira classes fuse martial arts, dance, acrobatics, and music; Yoga Flow classes with roots in Power yoga

$90 $39

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Select Local Merchants

Since opening in 1975, Haight-Brown Vineyard has churned out 2,000 cases of grape-based libations each year from its nearly 10-acre vineyard and welcomed visitors into its rustic, cottage-like wine house. Emphasizing vinifera and French hybrid grapes, the state?s first-established winery creates a selection of wines that include the Big Red, a bold syrah; the Morning Harvest, a rich malbec; and Honey Nut Apple, a traditional apple wine that incorporates local honey and cinnamon. Vintners share their time-tested expertise during regular classes that teach aspiring oenophiles about a variety of vintages and techniques for cheese and chocolate pairing. Amid the tasting room?s wood accents and crackling stone fireplace, customers sample vintages and attempt to describe taste sensations with adjectives such as ?silky? or ?very different from milk.?
29 Chestnut Hill Rd.
Litchfield,
CT
US
Behind the exhibits at KidsPlay Children's Museum is a simple philosophy: children learn best through hands-on activities. There’s plenty of that at KidsPlay, from enclosing yourself in a giant bubble to designing glowing, 3-D shapes on a magnetic light table. Children can grace the museum’s stage in costumes and with props, imagine doing donuts in a racecar, or dash to pretend fires in a fire truck. Those are stored in the museum’s firehouse, part of a small-town play area complete with a grocery.
61 Main Street
Torrington,
CT
US
Litchfield's Chabad Community Center celebrates Passover by bringing together families and the community for a night of food and activities. The interactive Seder experience mixes storytelling and humor in with ritual. Listen for readings from the Haggadah, watch some a capella singing, or feel free to join in group discussions that help tie the festival's historic importance to the modern day. The five-course main dinner will be catered by Kosher Cuisine, and it includes dishes such as handmade organic matzah, gefilte fish, and roasted chicken.
7 Village Green Dr
Litchfield,
CT
US
Warner Theatre serves as profound evidence that grassroots efforts can make a difference in the arts. Opened by Warner Brothers Studios in 1931, the Thomas Lamb?designed cinema house served for more than 20 years as the area's top venue to gawk at the silver screen. Yet business declined with the rise of the television, and in 1955 a flood left the venue severely damaged. It was hardly a surprise, then, when the Warner faced foreclosure in 1981. But a non-profit, citizen-run group called the Northwest Connecticut Association for the Arts raised the $275,000 needed to rescue the theatre, and repaired the years' damages to the art-deco design. Today, more than 800 volunteer actors, musicians, designers, and crew members bask in the applause and gleefully thrown lorgnettes of an estimated 35,000-plus patrons each season.
68 Main St.
Torrington,
CT
US
When children dream of running away to join the circus, they might be thinking of playing with the animals all day, or dressing up like a clown, or sleeping on a bed of cotton candy. But there is one benefit of circus life that even parents can get behind: physical fitness. Born out of a love two people bore not only for each other, but also for acrobatics, dance, and music, Matica Arts invites students of all ages to explore the wonders of the three-ring. Whether teaching juggling, ball-walking, and stilt work in the Circus 4 All program or fusing martial arts, dance, and acrobatics together in capoeira classes, Joel Melendez and Heidi Kirchofer cannot help but introduce their joy into the lives of others.
221 Burlington Road
Harwinton,
CT
US
Energy Fitness's certified personal trainers help clients capture elusive muscles by leading exercisers over savannahs of workout machines and weight equipment in a 15,000-square-foot facility. A personal training session gets clients off on the right foot by helping them design a fitness regimen tailored to their goals. Trainers have four lines of weight machines at their disposal with which they can personalize workouts for exercisers of all ages and fitness levels. The center's 45 cardio workout machines occupy both limbs and eyes, as personal televisions attached to each machine broadcast news stories about local squirrels who made good. In the weight room, dumbbells clamor to be hoisted.
1000 E Main St
Torrington,
CT
US
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