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  • Wooster Square CitySeed Farmers Market- Russo Park

    Corner of Chapel Street and DePalma Court New Haven, CT 06501 Saturday,Aug 29 at 9am- 1pm

    A locally grown food Farmers Market.

     

    For more information please call 203.773.3736 or  visit http://cityseed.org/wooster-square

  • CT Rollerderby & American Red Cross Blood Drive- VFW Post 10059

    VFW Post 10059 - 1 Veterans Circle, Trumbull CT Sunday,Aug 30 at 9:30am-2:15pm

    The CT Rollerderby & American Red Cross are teaming up for a Blood Drive on Sunday August 30th 2015 from 9:30am – 2:15pm.

     

     

    For more information, please call 1-800-733-2767

  • Terryville Lions Country Fair- Terryville Country Fairgrounds

    171 Town Hill Road Terryville, CT 06786 Friday,Aug 28 to Sunday,Aug 30 at August 28th 4pm-11pm / August 29th 8am-11pm / August 30th 8am-6pm

    The fair includes an Antique Tractor show, music performers, exhibits and more.

     

    For more information please visit http://terryvillefair.org or call 860-582-0709.

  • Michael Dooling Lecture- Bridgeport Public Main Library-Burroughs & Saden Branch

    3:30 PM Saturday,Sep 12 at 2:00 PM

    Michael Dooling is a museum archivist and former news librarian. He has researched the life of Aaron Wood since 1989, when he acquired Aaron’s journal from his first voyage on the Monarch of the Sea.

    In 1854, Aaron H. Wood from Swansea, Massachusetts left the comfort of his family and farm and embarked on a lifetime journey. With William R. Gardner as master of the new clipper ship Monarch of the Sea, Aaron’s maiden voyage brought him to the Black Sea at the height of the Crimean War. In his handwritten journal Aaron described life aboard ship, the Crimean battlefields, and a naval assault that used shell guns and iron-sided vessels for the first time.

    Michael Dooling has written two articles based on his research for The Log of Mystic Seaport and Naval History.

     

    For more information, please call (203) 576-7400 or visit  http://bportlibrary.org/burroughs-saden/

  • FILM: Like Sunday, Like Rain

    Sunday,Sep 13

    The Ridgefield Playhouse Film Society 

    Director’s Cut Film Series” presents

    Like Sunday, Like Rain 

    Sunday, September 13th at 7:30pm

    Written and directed by Frank Whaley

    Cast: Leighton Meester, Debra Messing, Billy Joe Armstrong and introducing Julian Shatkin.

    Like Sunday, Like Rain is a coming of age story, between a live-in au pere and a 12-year-old skeptical musical prodigy. 

    Writer/Director Frank Whaley will be on hand at the Q&A after the screening.

    Trailerwww.youtube.com/watch?v=B28IHhaQXCE                   

    Ridgefield Playhouse, 80 E Ridge Rd, Ridgefield, CT 06877

    info: 203-438-5795 or ridgefieldplayhouse.org

  • Greek Fest 2015 – Pulaski Road Greenlawn

    Pulaski Road (across from the Waldbaum’s Shopping Center) Greenlawn NY Friday,Sep 18 to Sunday,Sep 20 at 11 am to 11 pm

    The festival will include authentic Greek grill, rides, games, music, Greek dancing and dancers, a flea market, and more.

     

    For more information, you can go to: www.stparaskevi.org or call: 631-261-7272.

     

     

  • Sound & Vision Exhibition and Auction of imaginary album covers to benefit the Institute Library & WPKN FM

    847 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06510 Friday,Oct 2 to Saturday,Oct 31

    Sound & Vision is a visual playlist created by artists, in support of two of the region’s cultural venues: WPKN-FM, and The Institute Library. Each artist responded to a call to create an imaginary album cover.

    Artists are being asked to create works in an ‘LP album format’: 12″ by 12″ using words, images, or both. The works can either be imaginary album covers, or simply a work of art in a 12″ by 12″ format. Three-dimensional works should be displayed on an artist supplied pedestal no larger than 12″ by 12″.

    The exhibit will be on view at The Institute Library during the month of October. The entire event will culminate with a party, silent auction results, and live WPKN broadcast on Saturday, October 31st.

    Artists- deadline to RSVP interest in participating: September 15 to valrichardson@wpkn.org

    Artists- drop off dates  for the works at the Institute Library on Friday and Saturday, September 23rd and 24th.
    posted works must be received not postmarked by this date