NOVEMBER 2022

(OH) November 12-20, 2022, WARTHER TREE FESTIVAL, all ages. Ernest Warther Museum, 331 Karl Ave, Dover, Ohio 44622, 330-505-6003, info@thewarthermuseum.com. The 29th Annual Warther’s Tree Festival kicks off on November 13th this year. Over 100 pre-decorated trees, wreaths, and home decor fill our museum. Festival admission is $5 for anyone 12 and older (under 12 is free). The festival runs from 11am to 8pm daily until November 20th when the festival closes at 5pm. Proceeds benefit the Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital Auxiliary which uses these funds to benefit our local community each year. All tickets for the festival can be purchased at the door (cash and credit card are accepted). Festival goers are able to vote on their favorite large and small tree. $5 for anyone 12 & older. warthermuseum.com.

(CT) November 28, 2022, , SENSORY FRIENDLY HOURS AT THE CONNECTICUT RIVER MUSEUM, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm. Connecticut River Museum, 67 Main Street, Essex, CT 06426, 860.767.8269, crm@ctrivermuseum.org.The Connecticut River Museum is launching a Sensory Friendly Hours program to celebrate National Autism Awareness Month. We are committed to deepening our impact within the community. Sensory Hours is not open to the general public. Visitor numbers will be limited to ensure a calm environment. Exhibits with loud noises and/or bright lights will be modified to allow people with a range of differing abilities to experience all the Museum has to offer. A designated quiet room will be set up for the duration of the event to allow visitors to decompress, take a break, and experience the Museum at their own pace. Parents and caregivers must stay with their children at all times. The Connecticut River Museum is committed to ensuring our programming is accessible to all people. Preview guides and materials for families to read together before visiting are available on our website. For more information or to reserve your spot, please email Allison Insall, Director of Public Programs, at ainsall@ctrivermuseum.org. https://ctrivermuseum.org/