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Everything that is… just right for Rowayton.

Row, Row, Rowayton… Your Boat

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It’s never too early to prepare for summer boating.  The Darien Sail & Power Squadron will be hosting a Cold Water Survival Seminar on Monday, April 11th at 7 p.m. at the Rowayton Community Center.  Mark Chanski of CT DEP and Captain Rande Wilson explain how to cope with cold water boating, with particular emphasis […] [Read More]

No Dilly-Dahlia…ing for the Rowayton Gardeners

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The Rowayton Gardeners are getting together on Thursday, April 7th for a very special program on Dahlias.  Steve Nowotarski, who is a member of the Executive Committee of the American Dahlia Society, Senior Judge and founder of the Greenwich Dahlia Society, will be giving a talk on growing dahlias organically and will have tubers on […] [Read More]

Under the Big Top… Rowayton Talks Circus

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The next lunchtime BookTalk at the Rowayton Library will be held on Tuesday, April 5th at noon.  And the book for discussion is none other than Water for Elephants, by Sara Gruen.  Maybe you read it when it first was published and want to refresh your memory (in time for the new movie release on […] [Read More]

A Big To-Do for Much Ado… Rowayton Parties like it was 1599!

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Rowayton’s own theatre company is holding a fundraiser this Saturday, April 2nd at the Woodward Country Club in Darien. The funds raised at this event will go towards this summer’s production of Much Ado About Nothing. Directed by Joanna Settle with music by Stew and Heidi Rodewald, the production takes place in Rowayton’s Pinkney Park […] [Read More]

Rowayton, Be Refreshed… Farm Creek Revives in Spring

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Elementary School Fourth Grade field trips to Farm Creek Preserve begin in May. Farm Creek is a quiet and beautiful salt marsh in Rowayton which is maintained by the Norwalk Land Trust to stay clean and clear for flora and fauna to thrive and retain its natural beauty.  Field trips are organized by the Norwalk […] [Read More]

World Affairs… a Rowayton Affair

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The Rowayton Library’s Great Decisions Discussion Group will meet again on Wednesday evening, March 30th at 7 p.m.  Developed by the Foreign Policy Association, the Great Decisions Discussion Program is the oldest and largest grass-roots world affairs education program of its kind in the country.  The Great Decisions Discussion Program is FPA’s public education initiative […] [Read More]