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  • OWL PROWL at Weir Farm

    Friday,Oct 19

    7:30 to 9:00 pm
    Weir Preserve of the Weir Farm Art Center and Weir Farm National Historic Site will host their 26th annual Halloween Owl Prowl on Friday evening, October 19, from 7:30 to 9:00 pm. “Owlers” will gather at Weir Farm National Historic Site for a presentation by Frank Gallo on owls that live in this area, followed by a hike into the neighboring Weir Preserve where Frank will attempt to call in screech owls, barred owls and great horned owls.

    This program is free, registration is required. To register or for more information, call 203-834-1896 ext. 28.

    Weir Farm National Historic Site, 735 Nod Hill Road, Wilton, CT 06897

    Learn more at www.nps.gov/wefa and visit us on Facebook www.facebook.com/WeirFarmNHS, YouTubewww.youtube.com/WeirFarmNHS , and Instagram @WeirFarmNHS

  • Edmond Town Hall- ‘David Wax Museum’ Concert

    45 Main St. Newtown, CT Friday,Oct 19 at 6:30 PM - 9 PM

    David Wax Museum performs in the styles of traditional American and Irish folk music fused with Mexo-Americana.

    More information available at www.edmondtownhall.org, or at (203) 270-4285

  • School Volunteer Association of Bridgeport- Read Aloud Day

    Greater Bridgeport Area Thursday,Oct 18 at 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m

    The School Volunteer Association of Bridgeport, Inc is having the Read Aloud Day on Thursday, October 18th On Read Aloud Day, volunteers who live and work in the greater Bridgeport community gather to share their support of reading with every pre-kindergarten through sixth grade class in the Bridgeport Public Schools.
    More information about Read Aloud Day is available at 203-275-1120, or at: https://www.bridgeportedu.net/Page/13112

  • Bank on New Haven Launch

    The Farnam Community Center, 162 Fillmore Street, New Haven, CT Tuesday,Oct 16 at 10 a.m.

    The Bank On New Haven Coalition is comprised of financial institutions, city agencies, community organizations and community liaisons partnering to expand banking access for New Haven residents. The event signifies the launch of Bank on New Haven.

    More information is available at www.cahs.org/bankon

  • Yale Jazz Ensemble Centennial Season Opener

    470 College Street New Haven, CT Monday,Oct 15 at 7:30pm

    Thomas C. Duffy, Music Director.

    Music by George Gershwin, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Billy Strayhorn, Maria Schneider, and more.

    More information available at https://bands.yalecollege.yale.edu/ or at (203) 432-4111

  • Robbie Collomore Series- René Marie Performance

    4 Liberty St., Chester CT Sunday,Oct 14 at 5 p.m

    René Marie a vocalist, composer, arranger, theatrical performer and teacher performs as a Jazz vocalist.

    More information available at http://collomoreconcerts.org, or at 860-526-5162

  • Bettman & Halpin Open Voices Café

    10 Lyons Plains Road, Westport, CT Saturday,Oct 13 at 7:30 PM

    Stephanie Bettman, songwriter, singer, and fiddler and Luke Halpin, a multi-instrumentalist on guitar, fiddle, banjo, and mandolin play original Folk/Americana. Their concerts combine high-energy upbeat bluegrass/roots styled compositions.

    More information available at 203-227-7205 x14

  • New Milford RiverFest

    Young's Field Park, on Young's Field, across from the banks of the Housatonic River Saturday,Oct 13 at 12pm-9:30pm

    New Milford RiverFest includes live music, food trucks, Environmental education and more.

  • Another Tequila Sunrise – Tribute to the Eagles Concert

    1014 Monroe Turnpike, Monroe, CT Saturday,Oct 13 at Doors Open at 6 PM, Concert at 7:30 PM

    Another Tequila Sunrise performs a Tribute to the Eagles concert, hosted by Congregation Adath Israel of Newtown.

    More information available at 203-426-5188

  • Yale Concert Band – Season Opener Concert

    Woolsey Hall, 500 College Street, New Haven CT Friday,Oct 12 at 7:30 pm

    The Yale Concert Band performs their season opener, featuring The Birth of Leonard Bernstein, and the Beginning of the Yale Bands and more.

    More information available at https://bands.yalecollege.yale.edu/ or at (203) 432-4111

  • AIDS Project New Haven Event

    1302 Chapel St, New Haven, CT Wednesday,Oct 10 at 12 PM

    On Wednesday October 10th 2018 at 12 PM, at 1302 Chapel Street in New Haven, AIDS Project New Haven announces a new name, mission and vision for the AIDS Project New Haven Organization.

    Reservations required. More information available at (475)-441-7021


    Saturday,Oct 6 to Monday,Oct 8

    The Big FRIENDS Book Sale is October 6-7-8!!

    The PAL Building, 35 Hayestown Road, Danbury, CT
    (Across from Danbury Town Park)


    Thursday,Oct 4 to Monday,Oct 8

    The Black Bear Americana Music Festival is coming to the Goshen Fairgrounds, Goshen, CT this Columbus Day Weekend,   Music- October 5th, 6th & 7th.

    Adam Ezra, The Revelers, John Gorka, Vance Gilbert,The Nields, The Grand Slambovians, Goodnight Moonshine, The Mammals and many more (30+ bands).

    Food, crafts, dancing, workshops, performers, campsite jams, bonfires and games.
    More @ www.blackbearmusicfest.com. or 860.469.5081.

  • Bruce Museum- Outdoor Arts Festival

    1 Museum Drive Greenwich, CT Saturday,Oct 6 at 10:00am - 5:00pm

    New and Returning artists from across the country showcase their work on the grounds of the Bruce Museum at the Bruce Museum Outdoor Arts Festival.

    More information is available at www.brucemuseum.org or at 203-869-0376


    Fairfield County Extension Office, 67 Stony Hill Rd. (Route 6), Bethel, CT Saturday,Oct 6 at 9 AM to 3 PM

    Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Connecticut Master Gardeners Program.
    9 AM to 3 PM
    (Rain Date 10/13/18)
    Fairfield County Extension Office
    67 Stony Hill Rd. (Route 6), Bethel, CT

    Vendors with a variety of crafts and goods for sale to benefit the Master Gardener Program in CT.
    Vegetable Garden walking tours, talks on Harvesting and Best Practices, Composting Demo and booth, an Invasive Plant Walk and a gently used Garden Book Sale.

    Master Gardeners will be on hand to answer questions about gardens, lawns, trees, plants and insects at the Information Booth.
    Also, Bethel Farmers Market, 9 AM – 1 PM.



    Friday,Oct 5

    During the Kavanaugh confirmation, womxn* have been filled with rightful rage as Senate Republicans have tried to ram through his confirmation to the Supreme Court, despite credible allegations of sexual assault.
    No matter what happens with the confirmation fight, we must turn our sacred RAGE into CHANGE. That’s why starting this Friday and continuing every Friday until November 23rd, I’m joining the call for womxn* to wear black, rise up, and put a halt to ‘business as usual.’

    In solidarity,
    Nelini Stamp
    Working Families Party
    #BlackFridays signer and organizer



    Thursday,Oct 4 at Doors: 7pm/Show: 8pm

    Since his recording debut in 1989, Anders Osborne has written virtually all of his own material and written songs for a variety of artists. Born in Sweden, Osborne moved to New orleans at an early age and soaked up the musical vibe there. He’s known for detailed songwriting, emotional, soulful vocals and piercing guitar work.

    The Warehouse at FTC
    70 Sanford St, Fairfield, CT


  • Bridgeport Library- Turning Point Coaching: Job Skills and Computer Courses

    2705 Fairfield Ave., Bridgeport, CT Tuesday,Oct 2 at 4:30 PM - 7:45 PM

    Coach Arlene Donovan educates on crafting resumes, cover letters and teaches all about job interviews in addition to various job search skills from 4:30 PM- 5:45 PM

    Coach Arlene Donovan also leads a computer course that focuses on learning the basics of using a computer to word processing and more from 6:00 PM-7:45 PM

    More information available at www.bportlibrary.org, or at (203) 576-7025

  • American Liver Foundation- Liver Life Walk Stamford

    101 Commons Park S, Stamford, CT Sunday,Sep 30 at 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

    The Liver Life Walk features a festival-type atmosphere including activities, food, entertainment and information about the American Liver Foundation.

    More information available at www.liverlifewalk.org/stamford or at 203-234-2022


    Sunday,Sep 30

    Take the first step to a world without Alzheimer’s. The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the world’s largest event to fight Alzheimer’s. All funds raised through Walk to End Alzheimer’s further the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association.

    Location: Lighthouse Point Park, 2 Lighthouse Road, New Haven, CT 06512

    Registration 8:30am, Ceremony at 10:00am, Walk at 10:30am



    Sunday,Sep 30

    Take the first step to a world without Alzheimer’s. All funds raised through Walk to End Alzheimer’s further the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association.

    Location: West Connecticut State University – Westside Campus,
    43 Lake Avenue Ext., Danbury, CT 06811

    Registration 8:30am, Ceremony at 10:00am, Walk at 10:30am


  • Fairfield Public Library- Fairfield Food Truck Festival

    Jennings Beach, Fairfield CT Sunday,Sep 30 at 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm

    Fairfield Food Truck Festival going to held at Jennings Beach in Fairfield on Sunday, Sept. 30, 2018 from noon to 6 p.m.

    There would be food trucks, family friendly events and more.

    More information available at www.fairfieldpubliclibrary.org or at 203-256-3155

  • Hammonassett Festival

    Guilford Fairgrounds, Guilford, CT Saturday,Sep 29 to Sunday,Sep 30 at September 29, 10 AM – 7 PM; September 30, 10 AM – 5 PM

    The Hammonassett Festival features Native American music and dancing, special guests, Native American-made art and crafts, family activities , and much more. The festival raises awareness and teach the public about Native American cultures and nature.

    More information available at www.hammonasset.org

  • The Northwest Conservation District – Living off the Grid

    213 East Street North, Goshen, CT Saturday,Sep 29 at 1pm-3pm

    A tour and workshop at the Sunshine Farm in Goshen Connecticut. Sharon Tanner, provides a tour of a passive solar house using natural local building materials. And explores pros and cons of various techniques and choices made.

    More information available at www.conservect.org or at (860)-626-7222

  • Suffolk County Historical Society- Silent Film Program

    300 West Main St, Riverhead, NY Saturday,Sep 29 at 1 PM - 3:30 PM

    The Silver Screens of Suffolk featuring Long Island composer J. K. Hodge

    A lecture, film, and musical program focused on the nostalgia of the silent film era. The event begins with a lecture on the early history of silent film, followed by the live experience of two original silent films with musical accompaniment scored and performed live by J. K. Hodge.

    More information available at http://suffolkcountyhistoricalsociety.org, or at (631) 727-2881.

  • Live Green Connecticut- The Last Taste of Summer Craft Beer Festival

    Roger Sherman Baldwin Park, 100 Arch Street, Greenwich, CT Saturday,Sep 29 at 1pm

    An Afternoon including craft beer,food,local bands playing live music , activities and more.

    More information available at www.livegreenct.org or at (203) 536-4695

  • Suffolk County Historical Society- Weather and Long Island History Presentation

    300 West Main Street, Riverhead, NY Thursday,Sep 27 at 6:00 pm

    The Presentation led by Frank Turano examines weather events in Long Island’s history and attempts to address such questions as: how fog has played a role in our island’s history, whether the rainfall pattern on Long Island has changed, and more.

    More information available at www.suffolkcountyhistoricalsociety.org or at (631) 727-2881

  • Milford Arts Council- Paint In Workshop

    81 Naugatuck Avenue, Milford, CT Tuesday,Sep 25 at 7 pm - 9 pm

    Be led step by step to create a painting in an evening by an instructor.

    More information available at www.milfordarts.org or at 203-878-6647


    Tuesday,Sep 25

    September 25th is National Voter Registration Day

    Information about events in your area at:
    Wilton League of Women Voters, 12 PM Panera Bread on Main Ave. Norwalk,Ct 650 Main Ave Norwalk, CT 06851

    Wilton League of Women Voters • 3 PM Wilton Library 137 Old Ridgefield Rd Wilton, CT 06897

    “Everything you wanted to know about voting..but were afraid to ask” • 6 PM South Norwalk Branch Library 10 Washington Street Norwalk, CT 06854

    Voter Registration Drive at the Comsewogue Public Library • 12 PM Comsewogue Public Library 170 Terryville Road Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776

    SARAH Inc – North Haven – Voter Registration Event • 12 PM SIA North Haven 556 Washington Ave North Haven, CT 06473
    Voter Registration Day September 25, 2018 • 9:30 AM Hauppauge Public Library 1373 Veterans Memorial Hwy Hauppauge, NY 11788

  • American Liver Foundation- Liver Life Walk Hartford-New Haven

    999 W Main Street Meriden, CT Sunday,Sep 23 at 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

    The Liver Life Walk features a festival-type atmosphere including activities, food, entertainment and information about the American Liver Foundation.

    More information available at www.liverlifewalk.org/hartford or at 203-234-2022

  • Suffolk County Historical Society- Opening Reception

    300 West Main Street, Riverhead, NY Saturday,Sep 22 at 1:00 pm

    An 80th-anniversary exhibit featuring historic photographs, newspaper reports, stories of personal accounts, and artifacts salvaged from the wreckage. Curated by Jaime Karbowiak.

    More information available at www.suffolkcountyhistoricalsociety.org or at (631) 727-2881


    Saturday,Sep 22 at 8PM SHOW

    An evening of folk and blues music with Cathy Kreger and Caroline Doctorow joined by famed fiddler Gary Oleyar

    The Buttonwood Tree Performing Arts & Cultural Center
    605 Main Street, Middletown, CT

    info- http://buttonwood.org

  • Connecticut Audubon Society-Fall Bird Walk

    Connecticut Audubon Society Coastal Center, 1 Milford Point Road, Milford CT Thursday,Sep 20 at 8am to 11:30 a.m.

    Frank Mantlik, expert birder and Connecticut Audubon Society Coastal Center board member, leads a fall bird walk along Milford Point on Thursday, Sept. 20. The focus of the walk would be land birds and shorebirds.

    Pre-registration is required. More information available at www.ctaudubon.org or at 203-878-7440

  • Walk to End Alzheimer’s- Norwalk, CT

    Sunday,Sep 16

    Take the first step to a world without Alzheimer’s. All funds raised through Walk to End Alzheimer’s further the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association.
    Live Music from Band Together!

    Location: Calf Pasture Beach, Calf Pasture Beach Road, Norwalk, CT

    Registration 8:30am, Ceremony at 10:00am, Walk at 10:30am



    The Pilot House Community Farm 1230 Merwins La., Fairfield, CT, 06824 Saturday,Sep 15 at 7 PM - 11 PM

    The mission of Pilot House is to provide individuals with Autism and other special needs the means and support, to maximize their personal growth, self-esteem and independence.

    MUSIC UNDER THE STARS at the Pilot House Community Farm on Saturday, September 15th. !! Hors d’œuvres, drinks, and music from Band Together and members from School of Rock!

    The Pilot House Community Farm 1230 Merwins La., Fairfield, CT, 06824


  • Leif Smith Plays Bethel

    Saturday,Sep 15

    Local Troubadour, Leif Smith will be joined by a couple of friends to play an evening of acoustic music at Molten Java in Bethel on Saturday, September 15th, starting at 7:30 pm. Leif is a founding member of the acoustic trio My Dad’s Truck and host of the weekly Pickers’ Nite Out series at the Redding Roadhouse on Wednesdays.
    Molten Java, 213 Greenwood Ave. Bethel, CT.
    (203) 739-0313

  • Creative Arts Workshop- Paper Repair Workshop

    80 Audubon Street New Haven CT Saturday,Sep 15 at 10AM-1PM

    Learn a variety of ways to mend paper and how to choose the appropriate one for the specific problem on hand. The paper being repaired can be a page of a book or an individual sheet of paper.

    More information available at www.creativeartsworkshop.org or at 203-562-4927

  • Bridgeport Library- Memoir Writing Workshop

    925 Broad Street Bridgeport, CT Saturday,Sep 15 at 10:30 AM -12:00 PM

    Writer and author Brian Hoover leads the class which includes free form writing exercises and an exploration of the nature of memoirs, and examining voice and perspective.

    More information available at www.bportlibrary.org or at (203) 576-7400

  • Barnum Museum- Bridgeport PechaKucha Night

    820 Main Street Bridgeport, CT Wednesday,Sep 12 at 6pm

    PechaKucha is focused on the sharing of stories that are 400 seconds long. PechaKucha events are designed to bring people together to listen to personal stories.

    More information available at www.barnum-museum.org or at 203-331-1104

  • Connecticut Audubon- Fall Bird Walk

    2325 Burr St., Fairfield CT Saturday,Sep 8 at 9 a.m

    Days are getting shorter and birds are heading south. Hike the trails of Connecticut Audubon’s Larsen Sanctuary, Saturday Sept. 8, to observe and learn about fall migration. Naturalist-led walk begins at 9 a.m. at the Center at 2325 Burr St., Fairfield.

    More information available at www.ctaudubon.org or at 203-259-6305.

  • CT Folk Festival & Green Expo

    Saturday,Sep 8 at 11AM-10PM

    The Connecticut Folk Festival & Green Expo is a full-day celebration held each year in New Haven’s Edgerton Park on the Saturday following Labor Day. The event includes music from across the region, food and unique vendors, as well as fun and experiences for kids in the Green Kids Activities area.

    Martin Sexton, Alternate Roots, Jesse Terry Trio, Goodnight Blue moon, Plywood Cowboys, Professors of Bluegrass, Open Book


    Saturday,Sep 8 at 3:30PM

    Howard University Gospel Choir Concert
    Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church
    2429 Main Street, Bridgehampton NY

    A benefit for the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreation Center

    Tickets Info- bhccrc.org

  • Fairfield Theatre Company- Jean-Luc Ponty Performance

    70 Sanford Street Fairfield CT Wednesday,Aug 29 at 8 PM

    Jean-Luc Ponty and the “Atlantic Years Band” performs in the styles of Jazz and Rock.

    More information available at www.fairfieldtheatre.org or at 203-319-1404

  • CitySeed- Downtown Farmers Market

    New Haven Green — Corner of Church St. & Elm St. Wednesday,Aug 29 at 11am – 2pm

    Downtown Farmers Market includes a variety of lunch options , soups , baked goods and more.

    More information available at www.cityseed.org or at 203-773-3736

  • Family Day Free Concert- Bakithi Kumalo (Paul Simon’s Bassist)

    Sunday,Aug 26

    Family Day Free Concert, on Sunday, Aug. 26, at Merwin Meadows, Playshop Lane, Wilton.

    Headlining the concert is Bakithi Kumalo, who plays bass for Paul Simon. Kumalo was the original bassist on Simon’s Graceland album, and is bringing his all-star “Graceland Experience” band to Wilton.
    Family-friendly Jay and Ray duo at 3 p.m.. They’ll be followed at 4:15 p.m. by Idle Kyle, and then Graceland Experience takes the stage at 5:30 p.m.


    Sunday,Aug 26 at 8AM-12:20PM

    Candlewood Amateur Radio Assocation’s Hamfest
    Edmond Town Hall, 45 Main Street, Newtown, CT

    http://cararadioclub.org (directions and discount admission)

  • CT Roller Derby Bout

    60 Harvester Road Waterbury, CT Sunday,Aug 26 at 5PM

    CT Roller Derby debuts their newest travel team as they compete against the Western Mass Roller Derby Nyads.

    More information available at www.ctrollerderby.com

  • Mattatuck Museum- Urban Ecosystem Walking Series

    144 West Main Street Waterbury, CT Saturday,Aug 25 at 2pm-4pm

    Led by Waterbury Development Corporation. Starting at the Mattatuck Museum to the freight Street District in Waterbury. learn about brownfield sites from three community members. Learn about the history of each site, engineering and remediation, and future reuse of the sites.

    More information available at www.mattmuseum.org or at 203 753-0381

  • DAIA BENEFIT- Victoria Munoz

    Saturday,Aug 25 at 7PM- 10:30PM

    Victoria Muñoz will play at the monthly DAIA benefit at A Common Ground in Danbury on August 25th. She’s a singer/songwriter, poet, and Board Certified Music Therapist. The evening starts at 7PM- open mic for young people, 8PM- adult open mic, 9PM-Victoria’s set. Admission is by free-will donation. and light snacks and beverages are available. All profits go to Danbury Arts In Action (DAIA), an organization providing art instruction and mentoring to at-risk youth in the community. .
    A Common Ground, 33 Crosby St., Danbury
    acommonground@live.com (203) 791-9850

  • The Bridgehampton Museum- Caroline Doctorow & The Ballad Makers Performance

    2539A Montauk Highway (across from Topping Rose House) Bridgehampton NY Saturday,Aug 25 at 7:30 p.m.

    Summer Songs concert
    with Caroline Doctorow & The Ballad Makers
    featuring Walt Michael on hammered dulcimer

    More information available at www.bridgehamptonhistoricalsociety.org or at (631) 537-1088

  • Guilford Art Center- Friday Night Art: Pottery Workshop

    411 Church Street Guilford, CT Friday,Aug 24 at 6:30PM - 9:30PM

    Create a unique piece of pottery using simple techniques with clay in the pottery studio.

    More information available at www.guilfordartcenter.org or at 203-453-5947

  • Greater Port Jefferson-Northern Brookhaven Arts Council – Eastbound Freight Bluegrass Performance

    Harborfront Park, by the Village Center, 101A East Broadway, Port Jefferson NY Wednesday,Aug 22 at 6:30pm

    Eastbound Freight Bluegrass performs in the style of Saltwater Bluegrass.

    More information available at www.gpjac.org or at 631-473-5220

  • Palace Theater- Dan Pugach Nonet Performance

    100 East Main Street, Waterbury CT Friday,Aug 17 at 8 PM

    Dan Pugach Nonet, a 9-piece ensemble performs in the styles of Pop and Jazz.

    More information available at www.palacetheaterct.org or at 203-346-2000

  • Fairfield Theatre Company- Vanessa Collier and Heather Gillis Performance

    70 Sanford Street Fairfield CT Thursday,Aug 16 at 7:45PM

    Heather Gillis Band performs in the styles of Rock, Soul, Jazz and Roots.

    Vanessa Collier Band performs in the style of the Blues.

    More information available at www.fairfieldtheatre.org or at 203-319-1404

  • Fairfield County SCORE -Marketing for Artists & Creatives

    40 Railroad Ave Milford, CT Thursday,Aug 16 at 6:30PM to 8PM

    The marketing workshop focuses on the following topics:

    • to create an effective social media strategy
    • to seek out opportunity
    • to analyze and track results
    • And more

    More information available at www.fairfieldcounty.score.org or at (203) 831-0065

  • Milford Arts Council- Open Mic Nite

    40 Railroad Avenue, Milford CT Wednesday,Aug 15 at Registration at 6pm, performances at 7pm-10pm

    Summer Series Open Mic Nite

    All performing arts are welcome.

    More information available at www.milfordarts.org or at 203-878-6647

  • Ridgefield Playhouse- Jeff Daniels & The Ben Daniels Band Performance

    80 East Ridge Ridgefield, CT Sunday,Aug 12 at 7:30pm

    Jeff Daniels would be joined onstage for a portion of his set by the Ben Daniels Band. The Ben Daniels performs in the styles of Blues, Jazz, and Rock.

    More information available at www.ridgefieldplayhouse.org or at (203) 438-5795


    Friday,Aug 10 to Saturday,Aug 11

    The festival included tribute sets to The Allman Brothers, Bob Marley, Jerry Garcia Band, Grateful Dead and original home grown acts.

    Ives Concert Park, Western CT State University (Westside Campus), Danbury CT


  • Klein Memorial Auditorium- Lyle Lovett Band Performance

    910 FAIRFIELD AVE BRIDGEPORT, CT Thursday,Aug 9 at 8 PM

    Lyle Lovett Band performs in the styles ranging from big band swing to contemporary songwriting.

    More information available at www.theklein.org or at (203) 259-1036

  • The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum- Plein Air Painting

    258 Main Street Ridgefield, CT Thursday,Aug 9 at 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

    Use acrylic and watercolor paint in this outdoor art workshop that conveys summer and nature.

    More information available at www.aldrichart.org or at 203-438-4519


    Monday,Aug 6 at 7:30-9PM

    Open Forum on Immigration, Civil Rights and Connecticut
    William Tong: House Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, the son of immigrants and a first generation American.
    Chris George: Executive Director of Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services of Connecticut
    Aimee Berger-Girvalo: Ridgefield educator and advocate for families and children.
    Sylvia Steinert (LCSW): Psychoanalyst who has provided counseling to refugees suffering from PTSD and an expert witness on applications for asylum.
    Moderator: Susan D. Cocco
    Space Is Limited! Registration Link

    Ridgefield Library, 472 Main Street, Ridgefield, CT 06877

  • Creative Arts Workshop- Pottery Sampler Workshop

    80 Audubon Street New Haven CT Sunday,Aug 5 at 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm

    At the Pottery Sampler Workshop, be introduced to the studio and how to use the potter’s wheel with clay.

    More information available at www.creativeartsworkshop.org or at 203-562-4927

  • Bruce Museum- Blue Crabs Discussion

    1 Museum Drive Greenwich, CT Sunday,Aug 5 at 1:30pm - 4:00pm

    Tim Visel, discusses the status of Blue Crabs in the Long Island Sound , along the East Coast and more.

    More information available at www.brucemuseum.org or at 203-869-0376

  • Pequot Library – Sketch a Scape Workshop

    720 Pequot Avenue Southport, CT Friday,Aug 3 at 10:00am - 12:00pm

    Art and nature combine for the Sketch a Scape art workshop. Be able to create your own unique landscape sketches with a visiting artist.

    More information available at www.pequotlibrary.org or at (203) 259-0346

  • CitySeed- Fair Haven Farmers Market

    Quinnipiac River Park (corner of Front Street & Grand Avenue) Thursday,Aug 2 at 3pm – 6pm

    The Fair Haven Farmers Market includes fruits and vegetables, artisan breads and more.

    More information available at www.cityseed.org or at 203-773-3736