Clamdigging Around Rowayton

Everything that is… just right for Rowayton.

“Wrap” Yourself… in Rowayton History

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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. [Read More]

Back to Basics Workshop — Cocktails 101: Creating Your Rowayton Summer Signature Cocktail

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Joseph G. Hamboussi, bartender extraordinaire–new to Sails Restaurant in Rowayton- -will be presenting the next workshop in the Rowayton Library’s series Back to Basics on Friday, June 3rd at 7pm at the Rowayton Library. This workshop’s topic is Cocktails 101: Creating Your Summer Signature Cocktail. The program is designed to entice the novice to explore both new and […] [Read More]

From a Tiny Acorn, Comes the Mighty… BibliOak at the Rowayton Library

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The Rowayton Library will be changing to a new catalog on May 31st along with its partners in the Bibliomation Consortium.  The new catalog, called BibliOak, will still contain all the books, movies, music, and other items we have always carried.  Please visit the Rowayton Library’s website www.Rowayton.org to read answers to some common questions […] [Read More]

Foreign Policies – Rowayton Weighs In: Sanctions and Nonproliferation

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“Sanctions and Nonproliferation” is this week’s Great Decisions Discussion Group topic.  Sanctions have been created to curb nations in violation of international law, especially agreements concerning nuclear nonproliferation. How successfully have sanctions been applied against past violators? Is there any chance sanctions can curtail North Korea and Iran from continuing to develop nuclear weapons?  Come […] [Read More]

Mark Time… by the Tide… in Rowayton

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It’s springtime, and our thoughts turn to outdoors and water-related activities.  The 2011 Long Island Sound Tide Calendar is on sale at The Bait Shop, Rowayton Hardware, Rowayton Library, Darien News Store and Barrett Bookstore. The Tide Calendar is a favorite with boaters, fishermen and coastal residents as it contains nautical information including the time […] [Read More]

Empanadas… with (Rowayton Library’s) Style 101

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A little light lunch with Style 101 at the Rowayton Library on Friday, May 20th at 11 a.m.  And, just the right touch… Josie’s Empanadas. beef, spicy beef, chicken, tuna, ham and cheese, cheese and onion, mozzarella-basil and tomato, corn What a wonderful and delicious selection of “styles” and while putting your wardrobe in order… […] [Read More]

Ahoy mateys! Learn to Speak “Pirate” in Rowayton

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Ahoy mateys!  If it’s pirate chatter ye be after, you’ve come to the right place. The Rowayton Library is offering Mango’s Pirate Language Course for free on the Rowayton Library’s website www.Rowayton.org.  This program will teach you everything you need to know to “parley” in perfect Pirate. In just a few minutes, you’ll learn: The […] [Read More]

“Back to Basics” with Style 101 @ the Rowayton Library

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Here is another workshop in our “Back to Basics” series:  Style 101 with Trish McQuillen on  Friday, May 20th at 11 a.m. It’s time to take charge of your wardrobe.  It’s spring cleaning time.  What to do with those pieces you keep but never wear… is the question.  Bring in an item of clothing that […] [Read More]

Germany Ascendant… is this week’s Great Decisions Discussion… in Rowayton

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Germany Ascendant is this week’s Great Decisions Discussion Group topic at the Rowayton Library. Germany has emerged from both the financial crisis and the eurozone crisis as the dominant economic and political power in Europe, in particular setting the tone for dealings with Russia, Eastern Europe and Iran. How important is it for U.S, interests […] [Read More]

Pajama BookTalk for Kids (in Rowayton)… is it… Just a Dream?

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Pajama BookTalk… Just for Kids, is Tuesday, May 17th at 5:30 p.m. The Rowayton Library is presenting this family reading program serving families (targeting children ages 6 – 10 and a parent or caregiver).  It is teaching them how to talk about books and by encouraging voluntary reading. The programs encourages parents and children to […] [Read More]