The Rain will start after midnight, temperatures are above freezing
We are on!
Event Parking is at 528 West Main Street behind Pop's Pizza
Ice Carving Demonstration by Bill Covitz of Ice Matters at 4:30 PM
Outdoor screening of The Princess Bride starts at 6:00 PM
Food Truck: Spuds Your Way!
Bring chairs, blankets, hats & gloves! Snuggle up!
$5 Donation per person
includes movie, hot chocolate & popcorn
West Main Art Market Returns!
Join us at the factory for another great day of art and community.
This year we will have more Arts and Crafts vendors and booths for Cheshire's top cultural organizations.
What's even more special is that the event coincides with the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Cornwall to West Main segment of the Farmington Canal Linear Park. This trail segment has taken 20 years to complete and with its completion, riders can travel nearly 22 miles of protected, paved trails from New Haven to Southington. This is a huge occasion for trail users of all types.
Trail opening ceremony happens at 12:30 pm.
Join us on the factory lawn for the 1st American Roots Music Festival at Ball & Socket. Here the music by 4 major bands, and see the future of music with Johnny Ingrassia’s Summer of Rock students. We will also have a beer tasting event at the Ball & Socket Beer Garden. The event is free, there is a charge for the beer tasting. Click Here for More Info!
Got stuff from the old days at Ball & Socket? Share it with us! Bring your buttons, photos, mementos and whatnots to our booth at the Cheshire Historical Society's annual Antiques Sale and help us fill in the story of this historic building. We'll have a local historian on hand to offer insights, and we can record your Ball & Socket treasures for our archives.
Come out and visit us while enjoying the Strawberry Festival and Cheshire HIstorical Society Antiques Sale!
Special Ball & Socket Benefit Performance at Nelson Hall
Triple Espresso tells the story of three guys whose bid for showbiz fame and fortune ended in 4-minutes of magnificent failure on national television. Hugh Butternut, Buzz Maxwell, and Bobby Bean tell their rags-to-rags story earnestly, with hysterical results. The laughter is infectious and the comedy appeals to everyone from first graders to college students to baby-boomers to grandparents. Returning to Nelson Hall for our 10th Anniversary!