Resilient Living Center

Special Events


Tuesday, July 2nd | 3:00p – 4:30p
Patriotic Summer Arrangement
Led by Moira Shapland
$20 Members/ $25 Non-Members | Art Studio
Registration Required | CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Participants will create a beautiful patriotic tabletop arrangement.  Decorate a vase filled with seashells along with red, white, and blue flowers and a mini American flag!

Wednesday, July 3rd | 2:00p-3:30p
Celebrating America’s Independence & Ice Cream!
Free | Resilient Living Center

What are your opportunities, accomplishments and hopes?
Test your knowledge with questions from the American Citizens Test.
Share your story and celebrating getting to know each other.
Stop by for free unlimited ice cream sundaes from Scoopy’s!

Tuesday, July 9th | Showings at 10:00a and 3:30p
Community Movie: The Sandlot
Free | Performance Studio

A double showing! Come enjoy popcorn, candy, and America’s favorite past time! The Sandlot(1993)
In the summer of 1962, a new kid in town is taken under the wing of a young baseball prodigy and his rowdy team, resulting in many adventures.

Thursday, July 11th | 1:30p-2:30p
Music with Pat & Amity
Free | Performance Studio

Monday, July 15th | 3:00p-4:00p
Something Old, Something New: Connecticut Weddings Through the Ages
Presented by CT Museum of Culture and History
Free to Members plus a Guest | Performance Studio
Registration Required | CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

From colonial to modern times, how did Connecticans tie the knot? How did they celebrate? What did they wear? And how did some of our cherished wedding customs originate? This program uses CMCH’s extensive collection of wedding clothing, accessories, photographs and prints to examine some of our ideas about what makes a “traditional” wedding, and what those traditions can reveal about how ideas about marriage have changed through the years.

Thursday, July 18th | 11:00a – 12:00p
Rejuvenation with Live Cello
Free | Performance Studio
Registration Required | CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Relax with soothing live-looped cello and voice, woven together in an improvisational tapestry of sound. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing, bring a sketchbook or journal, and let the music “take you away”. Yoga mats, blankets, and bolsters will be available for maximum comfort.

Monday, July 22nd | 3:30p – 4:45p
Live Virtual Tour- Parisian Art of the Belle Époque
Presented by Julie Averbach of SmARTee
Free to Members and a Guest | Performance Studio
Registration Required | CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Immerse yourself in the arts and culture of Paris during the “Golden Age” of the Belle Époque (1870-1914). Tour key landmarks of the period, from the Eiffel Tower to the Moulin Rouge, and explore the birth of artistic movements including Impressionism and Art Nouveau.

Tuesday, July 23rd 2:00p – 2:45p
Yoga Meets Dance- Intergenerational
Free | Performance Studio
Registration Required | CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Easy Yoga. Fun dancing. Great music. No experience needed- all abilities and ages welcome. Chairs and yoga mats will be provided based on participant ability and comfort. You are welcome to get up to dance or stay seated! Laugh, stretch, dance, connect with others. Leave feeling profoundly calm. Relax the body and mind. Open the heart. For all ages, shapes and sizes: for dancers, non-dancers, lovers of yoga and those with two left feet!

Wednesday, July 24th| 3:30p – 5:00p
Blue Zone Dinner & Potluck
Hosted Brian Connolly and Sam Johnson
Free | Performance Studio
Registration Required | CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Bring your favorite healthy appetizer, side dish or dessert to the Blue Zone Potluck dinner. We will provide the main courses. Learn about the upcoming blue zone viewing series over a delicious healthy dinner with friends who are also interested in eating healthy.

Thursday, July 25th | 6:00p – 7:00p
Summer Concert Series
The Chris Marolda Band
Free | LiveWell Lawn

Join us as we kick off our Summer Concert Series! Chris Marolda delivers a solid performance of radio hits and quirky songs from all eras of rock music. He covers terrain from soft and sweet to strong and soulful, while his guitar playing is peppered with blues, rock, funk, folk and jazz influences. Chris plays to a wide range of tastes with a repertoire consisting of artists such as Paul Simon, The Eagles, The Beatles, Steely Dan, Stevie Wonder, Bill Withers, Talking Heads, Hootie and the Blowfish, Jack Johnson, Train, Tom Petty, Blues Traveler, Steve Miller, Prince, Bruno Mars, Hall & Oats, and many others.


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Phone| 860-628-9000   

Address|1261 S Main St, Plantsville, CT 06479