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Weir Farm Exhibit Makes Rounds from Senator Lieberman to G&B Community Cultural Center
The first artistic collection of photographs documenting the interiors of the major historic buildings at Weir Farm National Historic Site will be on display at G&B Community Cultural Center in Wilton, October 13 to November 10, after a year of exhibition at many legislative venues including the Washington, DC, office of Senator Joseph Lieberman.
Reiki Sushi & Asian Bistro Brings High End Pan Asian Cuisine to Wilton
With the grand opening of Reiki Sushi & Asian Bistro, Wilton residents now have access to Pan Asian Cuisine, a reflection of the assortment of foods and the fusion of ingredients from Thai to Indonesia, Japan to China, and everywhere in between. Under the direction of owner and Executive Chef John Phang and in partnership with Kevin Cheow, Reiki opens up a gateway to sample the exquisite culinary experiences of the Far Eastern world.
75th Annual Dogwood Festival, May 7-9, 2010 at Greenfield Congregational Church May 7-9, 2010 at Greenfield Congregational Church
Planning is already underway for the Greenfield Hill Congregational Church 75th Jubilee Dogwood Festival celebration which will be held on the church grounds on Mother's Day weekend, May 7-9, 2010.
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Gay Marriage in Connecticut: Where we are now
A Dash of Glitter: Adding holiday sparkle to a soothing palette
A Green Holiday
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Ninja Warrior Challenge 11/29/2014
This is a special event for ages 7 to adult. It will allow participants to...
Handbell Carolers at Westport Barnes & Noble 11/30/2014
Ring in the season with Music on the Hill! Handbell carolers will provide ...
Breast Cancer Alliance Holiday Gift Boutique 12/2/2014
More than 40 skilled artisans, designers, and purveyors of finely crafted g...
TACA Meet the Author's 12/3/2014
This night is for anyone who has questions about the current epidemic of ch...
Kindermorning Sample 12/9/2014
Enjoy a sample Early Childhood class along with your 3-6 year old child: jo...
Celebrate the Season: A Lecture by Kathy Maher 12/10/2014
On December 10, 2014, 11 a.m., the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum, located...
Advent Garden: for Adults 12/14/2014
A beautiful spiral path fashioned from pine boughs, crystals and shells wil...
The Little Play of the Nativity 12/18/2014
Written by Arvia MacKaye Ege, a teacher at the Rudolf Steiner School in New...
First Grade Readiness Evening 2/10/2015
SNOW DATE; FEBRUARY 11 7 pm a glimpse at how school readiness is assessed...
Open House: Pre-K through 8th grade 2/28/2015
Faculty, alumni and parents will be on hand to answer your questions and gu...
Sullivan's Legacy: Who is Fairfield's longest-serving first selectman?
Tough Times: Expert advice that delves inside the soul
Ten Minutes With David Owen
Whiskey on Wheels
The Re-Gift of the Magi
Come the morning of December 25, I will be searching under the tree for gifts—specifically for those that are gender neutral, tasteful, and wildly inappropriate. That's because I believe that just as a stranger is a friend you haven't met, a beautifully wrapped Christmas atrocity is a misfit purchase destined to be dumped on some other poor soul at my convenience.
DECK THE HALLS with boughs of holly” goes the much-loved carol. And indeed we do: sprigs of red-berried, spiny-leafed branches decorate the mantel, add color to our wreaths, and are tucked into centerpieces on the holiday table. Holly is an indispensable prop in our yuletide festivities.
Imagine justifying a trip to your favorite designer store as critical for college credits. Well, if you’re lucky enough to be attending Yale University’s history course, Shops and Shopping, such an excursion is required research. And it’s fascinating stuff.
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