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Greenwich Historical Society to host Green Market dinner

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The Greenwich Historical Society will host a Green Market Supper at month’s end, inspired by and featuring meals made from the garden at its Bush-Holley House. The event, which will begin at 6 p.m. on Friday, June 26, will start with cocktails and a stroll around the grounds, the same site that inspired the American […] [Read More]
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Knights, lords & ladies in North Haven

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The 7th annual Robin Hood Springtime Festival — set in 12th century Nottingham, England — is in North Haven on weekends through June 7. When organizers say it will offer “old-fashioned fun” for the entire family, they’re not exaggerating as many shows and activities have their roots in Medieval Europe. “Here you can forget your […] [Read More]
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Concert of many cultures set for Danbury’s Green in June

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A free multiethnic, multiarts concert of music and dance will mark the arrival of the World Heritage Cultural Center in Danbury at 55 Main St., according to Sattie Persaud, founder and executive director of the center. The free event, set for Saturday, June 20, will run 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the CityCenter Danbury […] [Read More]
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Stamford’s Loft Artists offer summer youth workshops

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Pictured, Kavita Bhansali, Jesus Betancour and Natalia Betancour draw a still life during the Loft Artists Association’s free Draw On workshop on Saturday, March 15, 2014. It’s never too early to line up creative opportunities for the summer, especially when it comes to art workshops for young people. Fortunately, Stamford’s Loft Artists Association again will […] [Read More]
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Meander amid murals during Westport walking tour May 28

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Before his death in Westport in 1981, at the age of 94, Robert L. Lambdin created a multitude of murals that revealed life in Westport during the 1800s — a bustling commercial town with an active scene along the streets and wharf. On Thursday, May 28, the Westport Historical Society will be leading a walking […] [Read More]
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Meet Danbury photographer Gary Stanford at Bethel reception for his exhibit, ‘City Limits: The Urban landscape’

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A collection of Gary Stanford’s photography, which captures New York City’s vibrant cityscapes and still moments, is on view at Bethel Public Library. “City Limits: The Urban Landscape” juxtaposes the simplicity of a bench in Central Park against the towering structures of New York’s bridges. The photos personify the diversity of the Big Apple. Stanford, of Stanford […] [Read More]
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Traditions converge in Flinn Gallery’s final show of season

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Pictured, Kotaro Fukui’s “Silent Flower” will be among the works on display at “Fukui Hsu Mann Wang” at the Flinn Gallery at the Greenwich Library in Greenwich, Conn., from May 7 to June 17, 2015.   They may be shaped by longstanding traditions, but four artists will soon show how contemporary influences, and their own […] [Read More]
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In Greenwich, you’ll find tales, not tails in this barn

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Pictured, Bonnie Levison will “Story Barn” at the Greenwich Historical Society in Greenwich, Conn., on Thursday, May 21, 2015. The Greenwich Story Barn is back on Thursday, May 21, and for this version, the town’s 375th anniversary is inspiring the yarns that will be spun. Storytellers will offer five-minute tales based on personal experiences and […] [Read More]