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Participate in an art workshop at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich led by the noted artist James Gurney, using water-soluble colored pencils, watercolors, and gouache to depict real museum specimens. Materials will be provided. Registration required at brucemuseum.org; click “Reservations.” Museum members $40; nonmembers $55. Gurney's career as an artist and...

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Keir Dullea, the star of 2001: A Space Odyssey hosts a 50th Anniversary screening of this classic film. The evening will feature a newly remastered version of the film made especially for the anniversary. Come and enjoy the film in The Warehouse with its state of the picture and sound. Keir Dullea will be available before and after the film to answer your...

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Arm your students with the skills they need to strike a balance between cynic and sucker as they navigate a media landscape where real and fake sometimes look all too similar.In Fighting Fake News: How to Help Your Students Outsmart Trolls and Troublemakers, teachers learn a practical approach to helping students avoid one of the major pitfalls of today’s digital media: falling for fake...

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Recommended for youth ages 13 and up, parents, and adults. Register online: www.fairfieldhistory.org/events/workshop-oct-9-2018 Refreshments will be served. What qualifies as "fake news?” Why should you care what's real and what's not? How can the motivations behind news stories shape the content? Enjoy an interactive presentation by educators from the Newseum in Washington, D.C.  Dive into...

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The Bruce Museum is pleased to welcome renowned artist and author James Gurney for two special public events: On Monday, October 8, 6:00-7:30 pm, the Museum will host an Art Workshop, “Techniques for Science Illustration with James Gurney.” And on Tuesday, October 9, 6:30-8 pm, Gurney will present the Marianne Smith Memorial Lecture, “How I Paint Dinosaurs: Art, Science, and...

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The Sam and Myra Ross Institute will host a one-day symposium focused on helping equine facilities expand their therapeutic programming while maintaining both high professional standards and a culture of compassion and respect for both people and equines. How does one create a therapeutic culture that extends to staff, clients, families, volunteers and horses? Green Chimneys has...

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AWB are widely regarded as one of the best soul and funk bands in the history of music. They burst onto the Northern soul scene in 1972 opening up for Clapton mixing classic sounds of Memphis Motown and Philly R&B to produce serious hits including “Cut The Cake” and “Pick Up The Pieces.” Undeniably funky; AWB packs enough soul and groove to make you...

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CHAPELL Website   Facebook   Soundcloud   Watch   Listen Former singer/keyboardist of CT alt/rock band All the Voices, Alan Chapell plays Indie Rock for Adults and enlisted Jerry Harrison of Talking Heads to helm the production duties of his debut album, “The Redhead’s Allegations“. The album masterfully synthesizes a myriad of old-school influences into something that is...

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The Fab Faux make their debut in The Warehouse to perform two unique albums by The Beatles. Featuring legendary bassist Will Lee (David Letterman, Chaka Khan, George Benson, Mariah Carey, James Brown), Jimmy Vivino (Conan O’Brien Show, Levon Helm) along with Rich Pagano (Bob Dylan, Roger Waters, Ian Hunter), Frank Agnello (Marshall...

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Hogwart's Culinary Academy & Ghosts & Legends Lecture with Jeff Belanger   Due to popular demand, we present: An Entire Day of Halloween Festivity Just for Adults! Ages 21+ Adults love Harry Potter too. So we're offering an adultified class as well as a discount to attend our Haunted New England event with Jeff Belanger. $90 for hands-on class and $25 per adult for paranormal lecture....

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