Sunday, Oct. 16
Bike the Valley — Trumbull Historian, Sue A. DelBianco will host an annual Fall, Historical Bike Ride from the Trumbull Valley to Monroe on Sunday, Oct. 16 (rain date Oct. 23). Cyclists will meet at the commuter parking lot on Tait Road in Trumbull at 11 a.m. Admission is free. DelBianco will take the cyclists back in time on the rail-trail, stopping off at many historical points of interest: Remains of an ice house, a knit mill, a cow tunnel, an old graveyard, and an old train station and much more. For more information, call 203-260-5394 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Musical Cavaliers — The Trumbull Arts Commission presents The Musical Cavaliers in a Cabaret performance at 1 p.m., at The Center at 23 Priscilla Place. They are a band specializing in playing waltzes, polkas, ballroom, Latin and Obereks. Band leader, Joey Milardo is the songwriter of the Connecticut State Polka, The Ballroom Polka. Cabaret seating, doors open at 12:30, bring your own refreshments. Tickets $10. For more information or tickets, call 203-452-5065.
Friday, Oct. 21
Haunted House and Trails — The Trumbull Nature and Arts Center (TNAC) is holding a Haunted House on the Trails event from 6-8 p.m. Children are welcome to attend, however registration is mandatory. To sign your child up, visit the TNAC website and find the sign-in sheet. Maximum of 65 children. Come to the Nature and Arts Center for a fun night of costumes and scares.
Saturday, Oct. 22
Fall Hike through Beach Park — The Trumbull Historical Society and the Trumbull Nature and Arts Center will lead a Fall Hike from 10 a.m.-noon through Beach Park in Trumbull. The hike is free. Participants should park and meet behind Trumbull High School. For more information, call 203-377-6620.