Stamford Museum & Nature Center- Extreme Maple Syrup39 Scofieldtown Road Stamford, CT 06903 Sunday,Feb 21 at 3 - 4:30 pm
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the center’s Maple Syrup operation and help with some of the daily tasks of turning sap into syrup. Help collect sap and measure how much sugar is in it, and watch the process of turning sap into syrup.
For more information call 203.322.1646 or visit http://www.stamfordmuseum.org
White Plains Public Library- Chamber Music of William Eckfeld100 Martine Ave. White Plains, NY 10601 Sunday,Feb 21 at 2pm-4pm
A concert of chamber works composed by William Eckfeld, featuring several different chamber groups (The Norwood Trio, Trio D’Ete, and other string, tuba, double bass, and piano ensembles).
For more information visit http://whiteplainslibrary.org/ or call 914-422-1400
The Ridgefield Playhouse- A Night with Janis JoplinThe Ridgefield Playhouse- 80 East Ridge – Ridgefield, CT 06877 Wednesday,Feb 24 at 7:30pm
The production features a cast led by actress Mary Bridget Davies. A Night with Janis Joplin is a musical journey celebrating the famed singer and her biggest musical icons, from Aretha Franklin to Etta James.
For more information visit: http://ridgefieldplayhouse.org or call 203-438-5795
Smithtown Performing Arts Center-The Most Excellent Order of Sir Paul2 East Main Street, Smithtown, NY 11787 Saturday,Feb 27 at 8pm
This concert includes the music of Sir Paul McCartney and spans his career, from his early days before The Beatles and beyond.
Lenie Colacino as Sir Paul McCartney
For more information call 631.724.3700 or visit http://www.smithtownpac.org/
“Everything is Dada” at the Yale University Art GalleryYale University Art Gallery, 1111 Chapel Street, New Haven, CT Friday,Feb 12 to Sunday,Jul 3
Celebrating the centennial of the birth of Dada, this special exhibition brings together major works from the collection by modern artists including Jean (Hans) Arp, Marcel Duchamp, George Grosz, Francis Picabia, Man Ray, Kurt Schwitters, Sophie Taeuber-Arp, and Beatrice Wood. In 1916 a group of young men and women from across Europe came together in Zurich and shook the foundations of the art world. Firmly pacifist and anti-hierarchical, these artists questioned established norms and academic traditions and created paintings, drawings, sculptures, and performance pieces that blurred the line between fine and applied arts.