Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
913 East Main St. • Torrington, CT 06790
Phone: (860) 496-7525 • Fax: (860) 482-0103
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  • Entertainers to show off their talent

    Librarians, educational activities coordinators, nursing homes, camp activities directors, and anyone else interested in performance coordination will not want to miss the upcoming 2015 Performers Showcase.

  • Play to examine the behavior of genders

    Torrington couples, whether husband or wife, guy or girlfriend, or just man or woman, are likely to be interested in the critically acclaimed play Defending the Caveman, which will be coming early next month.

  • Theater to present whodunit comedy and drama

    Torrington mystery lovers and live theater buffs will not want to miss their last chance to attend the Warner Stage Companys performance of The 39 Steps a two-time Tony award winning play.

  • Theater to present history of a Torrington Christmas tradition

    The Torrington Historical Society and John Long of Zeeland Productions have made a documentary film about the history of the towns Christmas Village and they will be premiering it this month. Proceeds will go to the Society.

  • Peanuts characters to explain meaning of Christmas

    For anyone in Torrington who may feel that they just dont understand Christmas, there is an opportunity to rekindle the Christmas spirit next weekend.

  • Local venue presents Halloween Jazz

    For an unusual melding of theme and musical interpretation, Torrington music enthusiasts will be looking forward to an evening of the macabre and jazz.

  • Amateur playwrights given center stage

    Torrington theater enthusiasts will soon have the opportunity to support the arts when the Third Warner International Playwright Festival comes to town.

  • Library to host ice cream social

    Summer may be waning, but there are still some warm days ahead and, to honor that, Torrington families will have an opportunity to visit with family, friends, and neighbors today while enjoying a sweet summer treat - an old-fashioned ice cream social.

  • Library to offer Gaelic music and dance

    Tomorrow evening, Torrington locals who enjoy bagpipes and traditional Gaelic music and dance will get the chance to enjoy a free evening with Maggie Carchrie.

  • City society to present PBS architectural film

    Litchfield County history buffs will want to attend the Torrington Historical Societys screening of a new PBS film titled Fredrick Law Olmsted - Designing America. One of the co-directors, Lawrence Hott, will be in attendance, and proceeds for the evening will benefit the Torrington Historical Society.