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  • UNITED WE LAUGH

    SOUTHHAMPTON, NY Thursday,Nov 21 at 7PM, DOORS @ 6PM

    United We Laugh – Stand-Up To Break Through

    The event is a cutting-edge new concept that brings comics together to take down racism with humor. Moderator James Banks, Host Richie Byrne and Comedians Gina Brillon, James Goff and Mark DeMayo perform an evening of that hopes to bridge the racial divide through laughter and conversation. Presented by Southampton Village, Southampton Town Anti-Bias Task Force and Southampton Cultural Center.

    tickets- 631-287-4377 or online at scc-arts.org
    Thu, Nov 21, 7PM, Doors at 6PM.
    Southampton Cultural Center, 25 Pond Lane

    https://www.scc-arts.org/united-we-laugh-nov-21

  • HARVEST GOSPEL

    MATTITUCK Friday,Nov 22 at 8PM

    Harvest Gospel Concert Series

    This non-denominational celebration of song connects many community members together sharing the joy of music from the soul. Don’t miss the volunteer choir of over 75 perform an eclectic mix of gospel music that should not be missed. Harvest Gospel Concerts attract an audience of all ages from a variety of ethnicities and backgrounds, celebrating community through music. This concert series directed by vocalist and choir director Reverend Maryanne McElroy. A non-denominational celebration music!

    All performances at 8PM
    Suggested donation at the door

    Friday, November 22, 2019
    MATTITUCK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
    12605 Main Road, Mattituck NY

    https://www.eastendarts.org/programs/harvest-gospel.html

  • BAND CENTRAL FOR ANN’S PLACE

    DANBURY Friday,Nov 22 at 7PM

    Band Central for Ann’s Place and the Festival Of Trees – ROCK & SOUL SHOW serving cancer survivors featuring: Butch Taylor, Stephanie Harrison, Crispin Cioe, Thierry Arpino, Jeff Batter and Rob Fried.

    Danbury Sports Dome, 25 Shelter Rock Ln., Danbury CT

    Learn more about Ann’s Place here: https://www.annsplace.org

  • HARVEST GOSPEL CONCERT

    FLANDERS Saturday,Nov 23 at 8PM

    Harvest Gospel Concert Series

    This non-denominational celebration of song connects many community members together sharing the joy of music from the soul. Don’t miss the volunteer choir of over 75 perform an eclectic mix of gospel music that should not be missed. Harvest Gospel Concerts attract an audience of all ages from a variety of ethnicities and backgrounds, celebrating community through music. This concert series directed by vocalist and choir director Reverend Maryanne McElroy. A non-denominational celebration music!

    All performances start at 8:00 PM
    Suggested $10 donation at the door

    Saturday, November 23, 2018
    FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH
    59 Anchor Street, Flanders NY
    https://www.eastendarts.org/programs/harvest-gospel.html

  • PLAY- ADMISSIONS

    Friday,Nov 22 to Sunday,Nov 24

    Admissions
    November 7 – 24

    by Joshua Harmon

    Sherri Rosen-Mason heads the admissions department of a New England prep school, fighting to diversify the student body. Alongside her husband, the school’s Headmaster, they’ve largely succeeded in bringing a stodgy institution into the twenty-first century. But when their only son sets his sights on an Ivy League university, personal ambition collides with progressive values, with convulsive results. Winner of the Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Best Play!

    Performances at Stratford Academy 719 Birdseye Street Stratford, CT 203-375-8778
    https://www.squareonetheatre.com/

  • PEACE THROUGH PIE

    NEW HAVEN Sunday,Nov 24 at 4-6PM

    Peace Through Pie- The Winter Holiday Edition

    Artist and Chef Nadine Nelson of Global Local Gourmet has created a special participatory holiday pie party to eat and celebrate the winter season! You can sample pies from around the world – and share your own with others- raise a glass of good cheer, while touring the Melted Pots & Cooked Books exhibit.
    The Institute Library Board is hosting a bake sale table where pies can be purchased just in time for your other holiday celebrations! Funds raised from the bake sale event will go towards much-needed Library repairs.This event will have an RSVP and participation information available shortly. Interested in donating a pie to the bake sale or Peace for Pie Party? Let us know by emailing eva@institutelibrary.org

    The Institute Library, 847 Chapel St, New Haven, CT 06510 | (203) 562-4045
    Hours: M-F: 10-6 / TH:’til 7 / SAT: 10-2

    institutelibrary.org

  • THANKSGIVING DAY FEAST FOR ALL

    WESTPORT Thursday,Nov 28 at 11AM-2PM

    All Are Welcome to the Thanksgiving Day Feast at the Westport Saugatuck Congregational Church
    Thanksgiving Day Feast 11AM-2PM

    245 Post Road East, Westport CT 06880

    To Volunteer or need a ride:
    203-227-1261
    http://saugatuckchurch.org/about-via-banner/contact-us/

  • IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE- LIVE RADIO PLAY

    DANBURY Saturday,Dec 7 at 2PM & 8PM

    IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE performed as a 1940’s style radio play.

    Five seasoned actors will bring George, Clarence, Mary and all the residents of Bedford Falls to life on that fateful Christmas Eve. Featuring Rick Hodder, Timothy Huber, Christine Hruska, Lisa Tancredi, and Frank Beaudry in over 40 different roles! Plus Valerie Huegel will delight as a Foley Artist as she executes live sound effects from howling wind to ice cracking, car doors, fist fights and thunder!
    “It’s A Wonderful Life, A Live Radio Play”: written by Joe Landry, produced by Pamme Jones, and directed by Erik Tonner.

    SATURDAY DECEMBER 7 ~ 2PM & 8PM
    The Palace Danbury, 165 Main Street Danbury CT 06810
    BOX OFFICE AT 203 794-9944

    https://thepalacedanbury.com/its-a-wonderful-life-radio-play/