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Cynthia F. Johnson

Rowayton’s Own Historic Memorial Day

As we reflect on the service of American veterans this coming Memorial Day weekend, we can pay special tribute to the many soldiers from Rowayton who served their country.  Many were wounded while in service, and a number of them died as a result of their injuries. The Rowayton Historical Society has a list of […] [Read More]

Art in Rowayton’s Pinkney Park

The Rowayton Art Center’s outdoor art display and sale in Pinkney Park is one of the highlights of Rowayton’s annual Memorial Day celebration on Sunday, May 26.  From 11am-4pm., stroll among displays by RAC artists, photographers and crafters and enjoy the current exhibit at the Rowayton Historical Society plus other activities. [Read More]

22nd Annual Giant Tag Sale – June 1st @ the United Church of Rowayton

Now is the time to roll up your sleeves and do your spring cleaning! Go through your closets, cabinets, attics, basements and garages. This should be the best Tag Sale ever!  Items to donate include: artwork/frames, baby/childcare equipment and furniture, china, sets of glassware, small working appliances/electronics, books, sporting and garden equipment, tools, jewelry all […] [Read More]

Celebrate the “end of Prohibition!” at the Rowayton Historical Society

It’s been 80 years since the Federal ban on drinking was lifted in the US.  Come raise a glass in celebration and learn a little about Rowayton’s role in Prohibition at Pinkney House.  Join us for rum drinks, beer, and wine and celebrate the end of Prohibition!  Saturday,  June 1 7 – 9 pm on […] [Read More]

Rowayton Civic Association’s Annual Comedy Night 2013, Saturday, May 18 @ 6:30pm at the Rowayton Community Center (for ages 21 and over)

Join us again under the stars at the Community Center for Comedy Night 2013. Craig Spinney, a Rowayton resident and stage manager for Jon Stewart’s “The Daily Show” on Comedy Central, will once again bring us big name comedians that will surely have you laughing! In addition to being a great time for all, Comedy […] [Read More]

Miles for Myles… along Rowayton’s Mile

The 15th Annual Miles for Myles Fun Run/Walk (5km, 3.1 miles) sponsored by the Myles M. Beringer Foundation, will be held Saturday, May 18th at 8am at the Rowayton Community Center.  Registration begins at 8am and the race begins at 9am – rain or shine.  Registration fees on the day of the race are $30 […] [Read More]

34th Community-Sponsored Awards – Rowayton Arts Center

  Amy Schott and Hu Lindsay, co-chairs of the 34th annual Community-Sponsored Awards Exhibition at the Rowayton Arts Center expressed RAC’s gratitude to the generous local businesses and individuals who underwrote the cash prizes for this exhibition, which is one of RAC’s most important events. The following sponsors provided almost $3,500 in prize money: Alphagraphics, […] [Read More]

Beach Permit Walk-In Permit Days at the Rowayton Community Center: Saturday, May 11 from 9am-12 noon and Monday, May 13 from 6-9pm

Summertime in Rowayton is upon us and Bayley Beach Parking Permit Applications are available.  There are two “Walk-In Days” if you wish to apply in person for your Bayley Beach Parking Permit:  Saturday, May 11 from 9am-12pm and Monday, May 13 from 6-9pm at the Rowayton Community Center, 33 Highland Avenue.  Applications are also available […] [Read More]

The Carnival is coming to Rowayton…May 10 & 11

The Rowayton School PTA presents the ever-fun annual Rowayton School Carnival on May 10 from 5 to 10pm and May 11 from 10am to 5pm.  There will be rides, popular kids’ games, a delicious assortment of food ranging from nearby restaurants to food trucks and a raffle. All proceeds raised from the Carnival go directly […] [Read More]

“The Art Forger” BookTalk @ the Rowayton Library, May 10

The Rowayton Library will be holding a book/art world discussion about “The Art Forger,” by B.A. Shapiro on May 10 at 12:30pm focusing on this novel.  This discussion/lunch will be hosted by the library with art world denizens Lynn Dacey (from the Frick Collection in NYC) and Robert Cestone (renowned painter from the Art Students […] [Read More]