Saturday, July 28
Tag sale benefits animal rescue — The Trumbull Animal Group (TAG), is holding a tag sale at the Trumbull Animal Shelter, 324 Church Hill Road, from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. There will be many animal related supplies, along with other items. All proceeds will go to animal rescue.
Blueberry Festival — Trumbull’s Long Hill United Methodist Church, 6358 Main St., is hosting its annual Blueberry Festival from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., rain or shine. For families and people of all ages. LHUMC will be hosting local vendors selling and offering samples of their goods and crafts with 16 vendors featuring products such as jewelry, toys and games, bath and body, baked goods, oils and salsas, home goods, art, and much more. Music will be provided by the Dirt Road Pickers. LHUMC will be selling its blueberry pies, as well as blueberry muffins and blueberry crisps. Emery Filmer, chairperson of the event said “We will have more pies and muffins than ever for sale this year.” There will also be various lunch foods available for purchase: Hot dogs, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, chicken salad on croissants, french fries, chips, soda, water, coffee, blueberry sundaes, popcorn and cotton candy. Their meat sauce from their Spaghetti Suppers will also be for sale. There will be a children’s area including games and activities, as well as Shriner clowns for entertainment.
Through Wednesday, Aug. 22
Artwork on display — Graphite drawings by Sandra Weiner, will be on display at Trumbull Town Hall, through Wednesday, Aug. 22. Weiner, a Trumbull resident of more than 30 years, began her art career after early retirement from a business career. Her drawings may be found in collections throughout the U.S. and abroad. Two of her drawings were featured in the book Strokes of Genius 8 published in 2016 by North Light Books. She will again be featured in Strokes of Genius 10 which will be published this November.
Sunday, Sept. 16
Seeking artists — The Trumbull Arts Festival Committee is accepting applications from artists, craftpersons and authors for the 40th annual Trumbull Arts Festival to be held on Sunday, Sept. 16. The festival also features food, a children’s creative center and entertainment. Email email@example.com or call 203-452-5965 for an application.
Thursday, Oct. 18
Octoberfest at Krucker's in Pomona, NY — Enjoy a full day of entertainment, food, fun, music and dancing. Welcome reception, lunch entree choice that day, and sandwich on the way home. $25 deposit upon reservation and balance $68 Sept. 5. Sponsored by St. Theresa Senior Club. Bus leaves from St. Theresa Church, 5301 Main St., in Trumbull. For reservations, call Kathy at 203-268-8256.
Saturday, Oct. 20
Household Hazardous Waste Collection — The Town of Trumbull Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day is set for Saturday, Oct. 20, from 9 a.m.-2 p.m., at 307 Indian Ledge Park Drive, next to BMX Facility. This includes Trumbull, Monroe, and Easton residents. Must show CT driver’s license. For more information, contact Trumbull Public Works at 203-452-5070. Bring materials in original containers securely closed. Pack containers in sturdy upright boxes and pad with newspaper, if necessary. Never mix chemicals together. Never smoke or eat while handling hazardous materials. Leaking or broken containers must be contained. Do not leave vehicles unless instructed to do so. Must show CT driver’s license. Visit trumbull-ct.gov for items to bring/not to bring.
Thursday, Nov. 1
Upcoming show, Phantom — Westchester Broadway Theatre. Enjoy a matinee performance of Phantom. Enjoy a matinee performance. Show is a prequel to Phantom of the Opera. Story of how the Phantom became the tortured figure. Pre-show lunch and full scale musical production. Price $104. Sponsored by St. Theresa Senior Club. Bus leaves from St. Theresa Church, 5301 Main St., in Trumbull. For reservations, call Kathy at 203-268-8256.
2019 Secret Garden Tour — The Nichols Garden Club, which recently hosted its 2018 Secret Garden Tour, is presently on the lookout for interesting gardens to showcase in 2019. The club looks for a variety of styles, including perennial flower gardens, period gardens, organic gardens, Japanese style gardens or any garden with pretty features, such as a pond, fountain, pool, pergola or outdoor kitchen. Gardens from Trumbull, Shelton and Stratford have been showcased on past tours. If you have a garden that you would like to be considered for the 2019 tour, which takes place in July, contact the club at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 203-590-2232 for additional information.