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National Circus Project

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An exhilarating interactive fun show for all ages on the main stage of the Palace Theatre in Stamford tomorrow night! The National Circus Project has a time-honored tradition of thrilling and entertaining audiences, with awesome acrobats, dazzling jugglers, aerialists, clowns and hula hoop artists. Since they began in 1984, over 2,000,000 “children of all ages” […] [Read More]
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BOOKstravaganza – Through July 22nd!

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Hard to beat value on over 80,000 items for sale at the Westport Library’s giant book sale, under the tents at Jesup Green and inside the library. Come browse through more than 50 categories from art to zoology all weekend long! This is an interesting and important special collection of books and magazines to browse […] [Read More]
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Beautiful Weekend for a River Side Arts Festival in Downtown Westport

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The Westport Downtown Merchants Association’s 41st Westport Fine Arts Festival is set along the lovely Saugatuck River and features original works from approximately 135 artists in Oil Painting, Watercolor, Photography, Mixed Media, Printmaking, Sculpture, Drawing, Glass, Ceramics, Fiber, Jewelry, Wood, and Digital Art.  Families looking for a special summertime event join art collectors from throughout […] [Read More]
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Pops Concert in Mill River Park!

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The Stamford Symphony presents a free concert at the Grand Steps of Mill River Park in Stamford. Bring a blanket or chairs and a picnic and enjoy a night of music with your favorite Stamford Symphony Brass, in the fresh outdoors. The concert will feature music of the ages from baroque era to Lord of […] [Read More]
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Free Outdoor Shakespeare: Twelfth Night Presented by Curtain Call in Stamford

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Everything old is new again…cliché? Maybe. But in Curtain Call’s case, it’s very true. Shakespeare’s plays are indeed old, and yes, Twelfth Night was Curtain Call’s very first Shakespeare on the Green production – and this year’s production is very new. Though the language is “the Bard’s” the setting is present day. And while messages in many […] [Read More]
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Three Bands at July 17th Downtown Thursday Concert at McLevy Green in Bridgeport!

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McLevy Green is  rocking out July 17 with THREE bands – The Liza Colby Sound, Beach Avenue, and The Alpaca Gnomes! The Alpaca Gnomes are a collective of musical gnomes who travel from gig to gig and place to place by way of Alpacas. Therefore, they are The Alpaca Gnomes! They bring musical joy and overall giddyness to […] [Read More]
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Ridgefield Playhouse Shows Metropolitan Opera’s Performance of “The Enchanted Island” in HD

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This Wednesday evening, at the Ridgefield Playhouse, enjoy in one extraordinary new work,  the world’s best singers, glorious music of the Baroque masters, and a story drawn from Shakespeare! In The Enchanted Island, broadcast in HD, watch the story of  lovers from Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream who are shipwrecked on his other-wordly island of […] [Read More]
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Look Who’s Living in the Trees!

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Hidden in the leaves, snug in the trunk or burrowed under the roots, what types of animals actually live in a tree? Bring the entire family to a new summer exhibit at the Stamford Museum and Nature Center to find out just who and what lives in a tree! This exhibition encourages visitors to get […] [Read More]
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FTC Brings A British Reggae Icon to the Klein Auditorium This Sunday

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Birmingham England’s, Steel Pulse preaches love and justice through some of the best Reggae jams around. With one of the most recognized names in Reggae, and a strong history of activism, Steel Pulse has become an integral voice in both music and charity.  Steel Pulse’s 1798 debut, Handsworth Revolution, is regarded as a high point […] [Read More]
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Summer Black Box Production Now at the Ridgefield Theatre Barn

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 The Ridgefield Theater Barn is thrilled to be bringing A Dangerous Man, by local playwright Mel Power, to the stage as their summer black box production.  Directed by Sherry Asch and produced by Cheryl Boyd, this intense play is being considered for the 2015 Season at the Synetic Theater in Washington, D.C. as a part of […] [Read More]
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