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Please come to Brendan’s 101 Gallery for an artist wine and cheese reception celebrating the art of Sandra Meagher on June 11, 2011 from 4-6pm. Sandra Meagher is a Rowayton artist and her show, The Way We Were – Rowayton in the 70′s and 80′s, is an exhibition of drawings, paintings and photography. This exhibit Read More
The Rowayton Library is proud to present an evening that takes us all back in time to vintage Roton Point on Tuesday Evening, June 14th at 7pm. The newest addition to Arcadia Publishing’s Postcard History series is Roton Point from the Roton Point History Committee will be unveiled at this AuthorTalk/Book signing presentation. The book Read More
Fairy Yarn Mothers @ the Rowayton Library will meet on Monday Afternoon, June 13th at 3:30 pm. for kids ages 8 & up. The Rowayton Library continues with this knitting program, once a month, with NancyJo Rambusch. This program is designed to help kid knitters of all skill levels work on their projects. Bring your Read More
Shakespeare on the Sound’s Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Joanna Settle, with music by Stew and Heidi Rodewald, begins Thursday, June 16 at 7:30pm at Pinkney Park (except Mondays). And it’s free (suggested donation of $20 appreciated). Enjoy a wonderful Shakespeare comedy under the stars! This production is suitable for all ages. There will Read More
Rowayton Library’s KnittingTime for Adults…will be held on Monday Afternoon, June 13th at 1pm Relax and enjoy knitting in the company of others at the Rowayton Library. Come for whatever portion of this time is convenient for you. These sessions will be an opportunity to share patterns, different techniques and helpful hints from more experienced Read More
The Rowayton Library will present an intimate look into Much Ado About Nothing – this season’s Shakespeare On The Sound production, Friday, June 10th at 7pm with Mark Schenker. Mark Schenker of Yale University leads a discussion at the Rowayton Library of Much Ado About Nothing both as an individual play and with respect to Read More
The next meeting of the Rowayton Library’s Great Decisions Discussion Group will be held on Wednesday evening, June 8th at 7pm. The topic will be “The Caucasus.” The countries and regions of the Caucasus all have strong national identities but have long lived in the shadow of their larger neighbors: Russia, Iran and Turkey. How Read More
The Rowayton Library offers ChessTime for Everyone, Wednesday, June 8th from 5-6:30pm. ChessTime @ the Library …According to the United States Chess Federation, Chess originated from the two-player Indian war game, Chatarung, which dates back to 600 A.D. In 1000 A.D, chess was spread to Europe by Persian traders. American chess was fortuitously trumpeted by Read More
PB & J – The Winning Combination… like the Rowayton Library & AlphaGraphics… to Win the Fight Against Hunger!
The Rowayton Library is partnering with AlphaGraphics in their 3rd Annual “Fight Hunger Campaign” by collecting donations of Peanut Butter & Jelly – now through the end of July. AlphaGraphics, the print, graphics and marketing communications provider located here in Norwalk, is collecting non-perishable foods for Christian Community Action, Norwalk (CCA). The Rowayton Library’s goal Read More
Always wanted a Rowayton afghan but never got around to buying one? There are just a few left so act quickly before it’s too late. Illustrated with iconic images of our little town, the afghans go for $45 and the proceeds benefit the Rowayton Historical Society. They are available at the Rowayton Library.