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Max Weinberg (longtime drummer for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band) invites the audience to create the set list he and his crack four-piece group will play that night. Audience members choose from a video menu of more than 200 songs from the glory days of rock and roll — everything from the Beatles to the Stones to Springsteen’s biggest hits. Weinberg, the driving...

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Please join us on Saturday, November 17, for Family Day: Life in Ancient Greece. Family Day activities include arts & crafts and a child friendly gallery tour designed for ages 4-10. Session 1: 1 - 2:30 p.m. Session 2: 2:30 - 4 p.m. Please register number of children only. Space is limited. If you are unable to attend, please unregister online or contact the museum at museum@fairfield.edu....

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Molsky’s Mountain Drifters brings tradition steeped in possibility. The grace and wisdom of longtime fiddle player and multi-instrumentalist Bruce Molsky, described as “an absolute master” (No Depression) melds with the electricity of guitarist Stash Wyslouch, “a brilliant and free-thinking mind” (Chris Eldridge, Punch Brothers), and banjo player Allison de...

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Just a little over an hour from the northern suburbs of NYC, in the northwest hills of Connecticut lies one of the best kept secrets in trail running around! If you are ready for a new challenge of some awesome trails, then the Steep Rock Trail Series brought to you by Steep Endurance is for you! In cooperation with the Steep Rock Association, the Steep Rock Trail Series gives runners a...

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Upcycled Accessories – Artist and author Lesley Ware leads this workshop to create one-of-a-kind neck, waist and shoulder pieces using found items, traditional materials and garments giving them new life. Bring something from home or pick from our thrifted collection. Make it outrageous with patches, paint and other embellishments. Debut your dazzling accessory at KMA’s Pop-Up Runway...

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Carousel Dreams

Nov 18, 2018

Kiki Michalek will introduce a new series of paintings, celebrating the art of the carousel. “Carousel Dreams” is a collection of original work showing animals with different themes. “Celestial Ride”, the first in the series, is a large piece (over 5’) with the Stars, Sun and Moon as a central theme. The next in the series is an equally large canvas with...

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Celebrate the 100th birthday of the legendary musician, composer, and activist Leonard Bernstein with his oldest daughter, Jamie Bernstein, as she discusses her deeply intimate and broadly evocative memoir "Famous Father Girl: A Memoir of Growing Up Bernstein." About the Book: An intoxicating tale, "Famous Father Girl" is an intimate meditation on a complex and sometimes troubled man, the...

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YES AND COMPANY Website   Facebook Improv is all about saying yes, and... to whatever life throws at you. We can give you the tools to use your brain in a new way. Our classes are perfect for public speakers, teachers, customer service reps, and especially parents of young children. After a week of saying no all day to your kids, why not spend an hour with us saying yes, and? In...

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