Check our picks for adult and family-friendly activities this week.
1. - Oxford
Where/When: , Sat, 8am - 2pm
Why Go: Cub Scouts Pack 14 will be selling mums to fund trips and activities.
Pricing: $5 - $15
Where/When: 2132 Middlebury Rd, Middlebury, Sat, noon - 6pm
Why Go: Oxford residents get free admission, with non-resident friends $10.
Pricing: Parking is $6.
3. - Woodbury
Where/When: , Sun, 5pm
Why Go: The Woodbury Drum Circle meets twice a month, and extra drums and instruments are available for use.
4. - Middlebury
Where/When: , Tue, 6:30pm
Why Go: Join other knitters and an instructor on Tuesdays at the library.
5. - Southbury
Where/When: , Sat, 9am - noon
Why Go: Bring private papers to be shredded to raise money for Southbury Middlebury Youth & Family Services.
Pricing: $5 - $10 per box
6. - Southbury
Where/When: Heritage Village Country Club, Mon, 10am registration
Why Go: Support the Easter Seals by volunteering or donating for this day of golf.
7. - Newtown
Where/When: , Sat, 9am - 2pm
Why Go: Find a treasure at this huge tag sale.
Pricing: Admission is free
8. - Newtown
Where/When: , Sat, 2pm - 10pm
Why Go: Enjoy music, bratwurst and beer at this event.
Pricing: $7 for meals, $5 for German beer
9. - Newtown
Where/When: , Sat, 9:45am - 11am
Why Go: Conor Greenan talks to middle and high school students as well as adults about how one person can make a difference and his experience with orphans in Nepal.
10. - Newtown
Where/When: , Sat, 7pm - 9pm
Why Go: Jonathan Edwards will be featured as Flagpole Radio Cafe kicks off its fourth season.
Pricing: $25 per adult; $20 per senior/student
11. The Hangover Part 2 (R) - Newtown
Where/When: , Sun - Thu, 7pm; Matinees: Sun, 1pm, 4pm; Tue, 1pm
Why Go: Bradley Cooper stars in this adult comedy.
12. - Oxford
Where/When: Colonial Tavern, 24 Hawley Road, Saturday, 8:30 a.m., registration begins at 7:30 a.m.
Why go? The race will be held in honor of former Oxford Ambulance Association volunteer Ryan VerNooy and will raise money for his favorite charity, the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, which was created by the late-celebrity Paul Newman to serve children with severe physical disabilities.
Cost: Advance registration - $20; Race day registration - $25