Founder Robin Higgins and Secretary Juathena Foreman from the non-profit organization Dreams Come True For You, Inc. discuss their mission is to grant dreams for individuals affected by life-altering circumstances.
Fine Cooking magazine’s senior food editor Shelley Wiseman shows us a new technique for making guacamole.
Artist Jayne Crowley shows us how to make beautiful stained glass art.
Chefs Karen Lenahan and Sarah Fitzmauric showcase a clean and fresh recipe for Stuffed Portobello mushrooms that is simple, delicious, and high on nutritional value and flavor!
Author Madelyn Kavanaugh and illustrator Monica Loomis talk about the children’s book ” Mermaid Tears.”
Singer/ songwriter Tracy Walton performs on Stage 8.
Author and fitness pro Ellen Barrett talks about her book “28 Days Lighter Diet” and shows us how to cook Tart Cherry Granola.
Author Abby Stokes who wrote the book “Is This Thing On?” talks about her computer handbook for late bloomers and “Grandparents’ Cheat Sheet for Staying in the Game.”
Tom Flowers discusses the fundraising efforts of Fisher House Connecticut and Fred Astaire’s “Dancing With Our Heroes” event.
“The Naptime Chef,” Kelsey Banfield, demonstrates how to make asparagus with feta vinaigrette.
Dr. Jeffrey Gold of Liberty Vision and his patient, Ralph Columbare, discuss the Epi-LASIK procedure and what it entails.
The band Friends of Enemies performs on Stage 8 and talks about a benefit concert they’re playing.
Cara Kenefick from the Maritime Aquarium and the coffee shop winners talk about the “Jiggle a Jellyfish” latte decorating contest and a new jellyfish exhibit.
Ted Aub talks about an event held honoring the Vietnam veterans.
Abbey Pantani, Officer at Southern Connecticut State University Police Department, and Joe Carlone, Captain at Department of Correction and Assistant Torch Run Director, talk about the Law Enforcement Torch Run benefiting Special Olympics Connecticut.
Executive Chef Tony Mavuli from the The Inn at Villa Bianca/Tavern 1757 cooks Pecorino Ravioli with Walnuts and Pesto.
Literacy Volunteer of Greater New Haven Doss Venema and student Judith Harrington discuss Scrabble Day, which is an event to raise money and bring awareness to adults who can’t read.
Ginger Jamison discusses her book, “Liberty: A Redemption Novel.”