Southampton Arts Center- The Chalk Art of Letting Go25 Jobs Lane Southampton, NY Saturday,Mar 23 at 3-4:30 PM
North Fork artist , Kara Hoblin leads the chalk creation program. Make your own chalk creation inspired by something you would like to let go of. Attendees work off their own small chalkboards that will be therapeutically erased at the end of the session.
More information available at www.southamptonartscenter.org
Acoustic Music Revue45 Broad St Seymour, CT Saturday,Mar 23 at 7-9pm
The Acoustic Music Revue features: Matt Miklus & Friends featuring Jackie Meeker, Richard Neal, and Morgan Morse.
Matt Miklus performs in the styles of folk, bluegrass, blues and more.
More information available at 203-888-6729
ZERO WASTE FAIRESaturday,Mar 23
11am–4pm, Wilton High School Field House
The Zero Waste Faire is designed to educate, inspire, entertain, and engage people about zero waste living. By sharing information and ideas from speakers, exhibitors, media, and discussions of current issues, the Faire will help advance Zero Waste practices that benefit everyone.
Wilton High School Field House, 395 Danbury Rd, Wilton, CT 06897
Fairfield Public Library – Mini-Golf event1080 Post Road Fairfield CT Sunday,Mar 24 at 10am – 3pm
Mini-Golf at the Fairfield Public Library is a family-friendly event.
The event is going to be held on Sunday, March 24th from 10am-3pm at the Fairfield Public Library, 1080 Post Road Fairfield CT.
More information available at fairfieldpubliclibrary.org or at 203-256-3155
The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum- Evening for Educators: Confronting Vulnerability258 Main Street Ridgefield, CT Thursday,Mar 28 at 5:30 pm - 7 pm
How can embracing vulnerability empower innovation? We explore the synergies between art, healing, and mental health through the lens of artists whose hardships have informed their artistic processes. This panel delves into how the act of creating can serve as a therapeutic environment and how educators across disciplines can build empathy in their classroom and provide creative outlets and inspiration for students coping with mental health conditions, challenging family environments, anxiety, and stress.
More information available at aldrichart.org or at 203-438-4519
Center for Family Justice- Walk A Mile Kick Off Party255 South Frontage Road, Bridgeport, Connecticut Thursday,Mar 28 at 5:30 pm
Learn about the Walk A Mile event and hear from the Center for Family Justice.
More information available at centerforfamilyjustice.org or at 203-334-6154
Klein Memorial Auditorium- Klein Theatre Arts Presents Contemporary Broadway910 Fairfield Ave Bridgeport, CT Friday,Mar 29 at 7PM
KTA, or Klein Theatre Arts, is the cornerstone of The Klein’s education and outreach effort by providing instruction in music, dance, and drama to Bridgeport students in grades 6 through 12.
More information available at theklein.org or at (800) 424-0160
Milford Arts Council- Low Strung performance40 Railroad Ave S. Milford, CT Friday,Mar 29 at 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Low Strung is a group of classically trained cellists from Yale University. The group transforms classics of the rock, pop, metal, and blues genres into pieces designed exclusively for the cello.
More information available at www.milfordarts.org or at 203-878-6647
Center for Family Justice- Rockin’ Around the Decades Event337 Kenyon Street Stratford, CT Saturday,Mar 30 at 7PM — 11PM
This event marks Band Together’s 100th and final performance.
More information available at centerforfamilyjustice.org or at 203-334-6154
JAZZ MASTERS- Jack Wilkins TrioSunday,Mar 31
Jack Wilkins- guitar, Jeff Pittson- piano, Essiet Essiet- bass
6:30pm – 8:30pm
cover charge & minimum
Sarah’s Wine Bar, 20 West Lane /Route 35, Ridgefield, CT 06877
Cinema Arts Centre- Open Mic Night423 Park Avenue Huntington NY Wednesday,Apr 3 at 7-9PM
Acts can include but are not limited to:
∙ Music performance
∙ Spoken word
∙ and more.
More information available at cinemaartscentre.org or at 631-423-7611
Suffolk County Historical Society- Silent Film Program300 West Main Street, Riverhead, NY Thursday,Apr 4 at 6PM
The program features 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 composer J. K. Hodge.
More information available at suffolkcountyhistoricalsociety.org or at (631) 727-2881
Guilford Art Center- Friday Night Art Pottery411 Church Street Guilford, CT Friday,Apr 5 at 6:30PM - 9:30PM
An introductory evening in the pottery studio. Create a unique piece of pottery using simple techniques working with clay. Various tools are used to add texture and color.
More information available at guilfordartcenter.org or at 203-453-5947
Westport Library- Anyone Can Be Organized Class20 Jesup Road, Westport, CT Friday,Apr 5 at 11AM - 12PM
Take this one hour class and learn how to use technology to keep you organized. This class goes over popular organiztion apps like Evernote that will keep you organized across all devices.
Class will be held in the Program Room at the Westport Library.
More information available at westportlibrary.org or at 203-291-4800
PANEL- SEA LEVEL RISE IN LI SOUNDTuesday,Apr 9 at 6:30 PM
A panel of experts will discuss climate change and sea level rise, and answer questions on coastal erosion, property value decline, loss of coastal habitats, and potential loss of life due to flooding.
Curt Johnson – President, Save the Sound
David Sutherland – Dir. of Govt. Relations, The Nature Conservancy
Rebecca French – Director of Resilience, CT Department of Housing
James O’Donnell – CT Institute for Resilience & Climate Adaptation
Darien Library, 1441 Post Road, Darien, CT
Event is free and open to the public.
Refreshments Provided by Darien Library
Bridgeport Library- Turning Point Coaching: Computer Workshop2705 Fairfield Ave. Bridgeport, CT Tuesday,Apr 9 at 6pm -7:30pm
These classes are designed to provide up to date changes in technology. Turning Point Coaching present training on a variety of topics from:
* Basic computing fundamentals (understanding the components of a computer, etc.)
* Internet safety (computer virus to phishing)
* Microsoft Office Suite applications (basic to intermediate Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
* Email etiquette to assist with job search, attaching a document, and so much more.
More information available at bportlibrary.org or at (203) 576-7025
Milford Arts Council- Open Mic40 Railroad Avenue Milford, CT Wednesday,Apr 10 at 7:00 PM- 10:00 PM
Open to anyone who wants to share their gifts and talents in the singing, dancing, acting, reciting the written word, or playing an instrument.
More information available at milfordarts.org or at 203-878-6647
Yale Concert Band Spring Concert500 College Street New Haven, CT Friday,Apr 12 at 7:30pm to 9:30pm
Thomas C. Duffy, Music Director. Featuring The Rite of Spring (Igor Stravinsky/arr. Terry Vosbein), Symphony No. 1 (Frank Ticheli).
More information available at bands.yalecollege.yale.edu or at (203) 432-4111
Ridgefield Playhouse- Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra Performance80 East Ridge, Ridgefield, CT Friday,Apr 12 at 8pm
Musicians from the Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra perform Stravinsky’s piece “A Solider’s Tale”.
More information available at ridgefieldplayhouse.org or at (203) 438-5795
New Haven Chamber of Commerce- Discover the Chamber Event900 Chapel Street 10th Floor, New Haven, CT Friday,Apr 19 at 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
An opportunity to learn about the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce will be held at the Chamber offices on Chapel Street in New Haven starting at 8:30 am.
More information available at www.gnhcc.com or at 203-787-6735
Palace Theater- Albert Rivera & The Curtis Brothers Performance100 East Main Street, Waterbury CT Friday,Apr 19 at 7pm
Part of the Palace Theater’s Spring Jazz Series.
Albert Rivera performs in the styles of contemporary and smooth Jazz.
The Curtis Brothers include bassist Luques and pianist Zacc.
More information available at www.palacetheaterct.org or at 203-346-2000
Center for Family Justice- Walk A Mile In Her ShoesFairfield Train Station (Mill Plain Road Entrance) to the Fairfield Town Hall Green Saturday,Apr 27 at 8AM
Walk A Mile In Her Shoes is a walk to end violence against women and girls.
More information available at walkamile.centerforfamilyjustice.org or at 203-334-6154
PLAY- LUNGSThursday,May 2 to Sunday,May 19
A young couple considers parenthood. They want to have a child for the right reasons. But, in a time of global anxiety, erratic weather and political unrest, what exactly are the right reasons? Duncan Macmillan’s oft-kilter love story is at once harrowing and funny. A Connecticut premiere!
Weekend matinee and evening performances continue May 2-19. (See website for show times.)
Square One Theatre Company, Stratford Academy,
719 Birdseye St., Stratford, CT 06615