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The Royal Family Classic Night Reading

​In another installment of its popular Classic Night series, the Theatre Artists Workshop will present The Royal Family by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber on Fri, and Sat., June 6th and 7th .
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52nd Annual Art Show and Sale in Rowayton Starts Thursday!

The Community Cooperative Nursery School (CCNS) in Rowayton is holding its 52nd Annual Art Show and Sale June 5 through 8. Well-known to buyers for its sophistication and affordability, this
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Swedish Nightingale at the Barnum Museum

For this month’s informal lunchtime talk, Melissa Houston will discuss one of P.T. Barnum’s most fascinating enterprises, the 1850-1851 Jenny Lind musical engagement, which brought both Jenny Lind,
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Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, A Rock Musical

The Ridgefield Theater Barn is helping to put the “pop” back in “Populism”, bringing the cult musical Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson to the stage starting May 30th. A mix of historical fact and
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Book Discussion: Twelve Years A Slave

Discuss the book Twelve Years a Slave (1853), the memoir and slave narrative by Solomon Northup, as told to and edited by David Wilson, tonight at the Westport Library. The 2013 Oscar-winning film of
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Thriller Night: Writer Terry Hayes Interviewed At Fairfield University

Writer Terry Hayes visits Fairfield University tonight to be interviewed by bestselling thriller author Andrew Gross at Gonzaga Auditorium. A former journalist and screenwriter, Hayes has just
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Women’s Fiction Night at the Ferguson Library

Tuesday Night, May 27th, the Friends of The Ferguson Library will be hosting a Women’s Fiction Night featuring three accomplished authors: J. Courtney Sullivan, Erika Robuck, and Lucinda Rosenfeld. J.
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Celebrating The Creative Culture Of 1950s Rowayton

In the magical stories of Harold and the Purple Crayon, everything Harold draws becomes real. These delightful picture book classics are imaginative and joyful and are now part of a new exhibit at the
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The Sunken Living Room: Closing Party With A Performance

Franklin Street Works is pleased to announce a closing party for its latest exhibition, “The Sunken Living Room,” which examines the most recent economic recession through the lens of contemporary
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Five-time Grammy Nominee Ottmar Liebert and His Band in Ridgefield Tonight!

Five-time Grammy Award nominee, and nouveau flamenco guitarist Ottmar Liebert has released 25 albums and received 38 Gold and Platinum distinctions in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. His