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Ridgefield Restaurant Week, February 20-26, 2017 Break up the winter doldrums with a great meal at a great price during Ridgefield Restaurant Week!  From February 20th through 26th, participating restaurants are offering price fixe lunch and/or dinner specials.  Participating restaurants include Ancient Mariner, Bailey’s Backyard, Bernard’s/Sarah’s Wine Bar,...

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The Norwalk Historical Society is hosting the family program, “Quilt Stories”, in celebration of Black History Month. Families will learn about African American folk artist, Harriet Powers' storytelling quilts and make a paper story quilt craft. Long time quilter, Rita Phillips, will be the special guest. This program is ideal for families with children ages 4 – 10....

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Opening Reception- As We Are! Exhibit

Feb 25, 2017 - Mar 11, 2017

As We Are! is an exhibit held at the Westport Arts Center from Jan 27 to March 11 that offers personal yet anonymous messages centered around "I am more than___" that allow us to explore the themes of identity, stereotype and the power of words. More than 500 participants contributed their declaration. This gallery installation by Pamela Hovland invites us to recognize that we are...

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WHAT: "I'll Eat You Last: A Chat with Sue Mengers," a play by John Logan. Meet Hollywood’s first female super-agent: Sue Mengers. Her clients were the biggest names in show business – Barbra Streisand, Faye Dunaway, Cher and Burt Reynolds, to name a few. In this jaw-dropping comedy, you’re invited into her glamorous Beverly Hills home for a delectably schmoozy...

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Stamford Restaurant Week

Feb 25, 2017 - Mar 2, 2017

  Yes, two weeks of special multi-course menus and dining deals! This Winter over 20 Downtown Stamford restaurants are serving up special lunch & dinner prix fixe menus in several different price options. The prices for lunch range from $10.17, $15.17 or $20.17 and dinner ranges from $15.17 $25.17 or $35.17. Reservations are highly recommended, so book your tables early....

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     If you have an alibi, please join us for a play reading, directed by Nancy Ponturo. The talented actors will be Nancy and Bob Ponturo, Heather and Frank Whaley, Julia Levo, Don Striano, Dorothy and Chris Luongo, and Jim O'Rielly.     Theatre-goers are invited to join the actors after the performance for a champagne toast, homemade desserts, and lively conversation! These...

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Sunday, Feb. 26 WLA/WHS - Scholarly Series - Finding Our Place : Evolving American Identity – Amy Trout, 4 – 5:30 p.m. at Wilton Library.  In the 10th year of the collaboration between the Wilton Library and the Wilton Historical Society, the scholarly lecture series will focus on global perspective, US' place in the world, specifically WWI and its aftermath. Museum Curator...

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The Steppin Stones

Feb 26, 2017

Hannah Wicklund (guitar/vocals), Justice Ian Jones (drums) and Andrew Ottimo (bass/vocals) began following their passion for music at ages when most kids still take afternoon naps. The trio has spent the past three years exploring their own sound, writing their own music and honing their “nostalgic rock” skills in front of national audiences. While The Steppin Stones began as a...

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Celebrate Mardi Gras on Fat Tuesday with a night of  New Orleans Jazz & Funk!!  Hurricanes at the bar, Mardi Gras beads, the hottest music and more!  Derrick Freeman – – a drummer, singer, rapper and producer – is a founding member of New Orleans’ own Soul Brass Band. Their brand of Jazz, Hip Hop, Funk, and R&B  will make this a night of music...

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Featured Area Events

Wilton Out & About - March & April

Fairfield Out & About - March & April

Pour It On

Maple Weekend on March 18 and 19

Paintings in Song

Berkshire Children’s Chorus will perform “Norman Rockwell: Paintings in Song,” –– April 1& 2

Wonderland Awaits

Annual Wilton Library benefit theme is “Alice in Wonderland” ––April 1

Suffering Fool’s Gladly

Fairfield Museum 2nd Annual April Fool’s Night for Families ––March 31

Litchfield Out & About - March & April

Ridgefield Out & About - March & April

Playing With Words

The Aldrich presents Kay Rosen's first solo museum exhibition in about 20 years - March 5

Bedford Out & About - March & April