- It’s industry night at Little River Restoratives (405 Capitol Avenue), but those not in the food business can show up too. All night happy hour, DJ, and more. 6 pm – 1 am. No cover.
- Spring Dance Fest: See a performance featuring the choreography of Trinity College students. This will be at The Performance Lab, Trinity Commons (240 New Britain Avenue). 7:30 pm.
- Hartford Jazz Orchestra performs on Mondays at Arch Street Tavern at 8 pm. Free.
- Bike Commuting 101: Take a free class to learn tips and get advice from Sandy Fry, Hartford’s Bike and Pedestrian Coordinator and a Certified Cycling Instructor. This is from 12-1 pm at the iQuilt Innovation Center (22 Central Row). Contact Sandy.Fry@hartford.gov with questions.
- Stop by the Hartford History Center (located inside of the Hartford Public Library) from 5:30-7 pm for an Author Talk featuring military historian and author, Andrew Carroll, founder of The Center for American War Letters. Carroll will talk about his new book My Fellow Soldiers: General John Pershing and the Americans Who Helped Win the Great War. Free.
- Free screening of Gen Silent, a documentary about an aging LGBTA community. This is at the Hartford Gay & Lesbian Health Collective (1841 Broad Street), 6:30-8:30 pm. RSVP to Dan Millett at (860) 278-4163 x118 or email@example.com as a light dinner will be provided.
- Innovate Hartford Grand Opening Party: Innovate Global says it will be home to 100 startups in the next 12 months. Celebrate the Grand Opening with hors d’oeuvres and cocktails. Formal attire. Tickets start at $25. 7-10:30 pm. This is at 20 Church Street.
- Michael Palin’s Other Orchestra, an 18-piece band, jams every Tuesday night at Back-Eyed Sally’s (350 Asylum Street), starting at 8 pm. Free.