WPKN’S ANTIQUES & BLUES BENEFITThursday,Oct 30
ANTIQUES AND DESIGN CENTER, NORWALK, CT
-AL BELL SPINS FROM HIS COLLECTION OF BLUES 45S
-LIVE BLUES WITH CHARLIE KARP AND BOBBY PALTAUF
-”BLUES IN THE EVENING” BOB SHAPIRO BROADCASTS LIVE ON 89.5FM, WPKN
MORE THAN 100 ANTIQUE AND COLLECTIBLES VENDORS PLUS FOOD FROM WILSON’S BARBEQUE
AND WINE FROM FOUNTAINHEAD.
$15 ADMISSION BENEFITS WPKN
FAIRFIELD COUNTY ANTIQUES AND DESIGN CENTER, 19 WILLARD RD. NORWALK, CT
Stations of the Elevated- Cinema Arts CentreCinema Arts Centre- 423 PARK AVENUE HUNTINGTON NY 11743 Wednesday,Nov 5 at Start time 7:30pm
Stations of the Elevated will be showing at the Cinema Arts Centre on Wednesday November 5th at 7:30pm with Director Manfred Kirchheimer in person.
Stations of the Elevated is a 45-minute city symphony directed, produced and edited by Manfred Kirchheimer. The film weaves together vivid images of graffiti covered elevated subway trains crisscrossing the gritty urban landscape of 1970s New York, to a commentary-free soundtrack that combines ambient city noise with jazz and gospel by Charles Mingus and Aretha Franklin. Gliding through the South Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan – making a rural detour past a correctional facility upstate – Stations of the Elevated is an impressionistic portrait of and tribute to a New York that has long since disappeared.
For more information call 631-423-7611 or go online at http://www.cinemaartscentre.org/event/stations-of-the-elevated/
The Honey Dewdrops- Branford Folk Music SocietyBranford Folk Coffeehouse First Congregational Church of Branford 1009 Main Street, Branford, CT. Saturday,Nov 8 at Start Time 8pm
The Virginia-based Honey Dewdrops, Laura Wortman and her spouse Kagey Parrish will be performing at the Branford Folk Coffeehouse on Saturday November 8th 2014 at 8pm. Their music covers the ground between hand-crafted folk songs, Appalachian fiddle tunes, and a cappella spirituals.
The location is wheelchair accessible.
For more information call 203-488-7715
RALPH STANLEY & THE CLINCH MTN. BOYSSaturday,Nov 15
SATURDAY, 8 PM
GUITARTOWNCT PRESENTS THEIR 50TH CONCERT: DR. RALPH STANLEY AND THE CLINCH MOUNTAIN BOYS. A FOUNDING FATHER OF BLUEGRASS, HIS VOICE EMBODIES THE “HIGH LONESOME SOUND”. HE’S EARNED 3 GRAMMYS, MADE OVER 200 ALBUMS,IS A MEMBER OF THE IBMA HALL OF FAME, IS A NATIONAL MEDAL OF ARTS WINNER, A FELLOW OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, AND HAS AN HONORARY DOCTORATE FROM YALE.
UNITARIAN SOCIETY HALL, 700 HARTFORD TURNPIKE, HAMDEN, CT.
$50 GENERAL ADMISSION – $60 RESERVED