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Oct
19
Thu
Join Après Divorce, noble salon and Lord & Taylor For Our October Fashion Event @ Lord and Taylor Tickets
Oct 19 all-day
Join Après Divorce, noble salon and Lord & Taylor For Our October Fashion Event @ Lord and Taylor |  |  |

Join Après Divorce, noblesalon and Chapin Hill Financial Advisers for our October 19th event at L&T. Two lucky ladies will receive color, cut, makeup makeover from noble salon and a consultation with L&T’s personal stylist.

Come join us as the award winning stylists from noble salon and L&T’s personal shopper give us tips on how to update our style for fall.

Ticket price is $35.00 plus $2.92 Evenbrite fee which will be donated to the Paint the Town Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign. Event price includes appetizers, drinks, fashion tips from L&T and noble salon and a L&T 30% off coupon.

Bruce Museum’s Icon Awards in the Arts @ Bruce Museum Tickets
Oct 19 @ 5:30 pm
Bruce Museum's Icon Awards in the Arts @ Bruce Museum |  |  |

Thursday, October 19, 2017

The Bruce Museum will recognize the contributions of nine distinguished figures in the art world at the ninth Icon Awards in the Arts ceremony on October 19, 2017, 5:30 – 9:30 pm. The honorees include accomplished individuals whose dedication to the arts enriches the cultural life of Greenwich and our greater community.

The Bruce Museum’s century-long history of excellence in presentation of art and culture in Greenwich, home to many of the country’s leading collectors and most generous patrons of the arts, positions it as uniquely suited to honor these outstanding individuals.

Known as one of the favorite Museum events of the year, for the first time the Icon Awards will take place in the fall. Co-chaired by Pam and Bob Goergen, the event will be held in Greenwich in honor of the following individuals in six categories:

Artists: Doug Starn and Mike Starn

Patrons of the Arts: Cricket and Jim Lockhart

Museum Professional: Ann Temkin

Art Collectors: Lynne and Richard Pasculano

Leader of the Art Trade: John A. Hays

Art Historian: Paul Hayes Tucker

To learn more, contact Lindsay Saltz at lsaltz@brucemuseum.org

Film: BPM (Beats Per Minute), by Robin Campillo @ Emelin Theatre Tickets
Oct 19 @ 8:00 pm
Film: BPM (Beats Per Minute), by Robin Campillo @ Emelin Theatre |  |  |

Grand Prix du Jury, Cannes 2017 –
Selected to represent France in the best foreign language category, Oscars 2018.
Synopsis: In Paris in the early 1990s, a group of activists goes to battle for those stricken with HIV/AIDS, taking on sluggish government agencies and major pharmaceutical companies in bold, invasive actions. The organization is ACT UP, and its members, many of them gay and HIV-positive, embrace their mission with a literal life-or-death urgency. Amid rallies, protests, fierce debates and ecstatic dance parties, the newcomer Nathan falls in love with Sean, the group’s radical firebrand, and their passion sparks against the shadow of mortality as the activists fight for a breakthrough.
Screening in French with English subtitles.
Complimentary glass of wine after the screening

Oct
20
Fri
Craft Beer & Cider Fest @ Half Time Beverage Tickets
Oct 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Craft Beer & Cider Fest @ Half Time Beverage |  |  |

Please join us for a Craft Beer & Cider Fest ​Friday, October 20, 2017 6:00 – 8:30 pm Half Time Beverage 139 Hoyt Avenue, Mamaroneck. ​ Craft Beer & Cider tasting, accompanied by fall-themed appetizers and finger foods. Proceeds benefit the Mamaroneck Schools Foundation. Purchase Tickets here: https://interland3.donorperfect.net/weblink/WebLink.aspx?name=E330859&id=29

7th Annual Putnam County SPCA & Friends Annual Dinner Fundraiser @ Putnam County Golf Course Tickets
Oct 20 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
7th Annual Putnam County SPCA & Friends Annual Dinner Fundraiser @ Putnam County Golf Course |  |  |

Buffet dinner, entertainment of music and comedy and fun raffle prizes to help raise funds for the Putnam County SPCA.

Oct
21
Sat
A Haunting at Mill Hill @ Mill Hill Historic Park Tickets
Oct 21 @ 7:30 pm
A Haunting at Mill Hill @ Mill Hill Historic Park |  |  |

As the sun sets, the spirits come out to play… Take a lantern-lit tour through the old Mill Hill graveyard! Hear chilling tales based on real events from Norwalk’s hidden past at the Norwalk Historical Society’s 7th annual, “A Haunting at Mill Hill”. Saturday, October 14 & Saturday, October 21, 2017 with tours at 6:00pm, 7:30pm and 9:00pm. Friday, October 20, 2017 with tours at 7:30pm and 9:00pm. Each tour is approximately one hour. Space is limited; purchase tickets online at norwalkhistoricalsociety.org. Refreshments follow each tour in the historic 1826 one-room schoolhouse as well as the new Historic Haunted Maze! Not recommended for children under 8 years old. Mill Hill Historic Park is located at 2 East Wall Street, Norwalk, CT 06851. Follow signs to parking across the street.

Among the crooked gravestones of Mill Hill, ghostly entities are waiting to share their true stories of death, murder, insanity and destruction. A gruesome murder victim from Rowayton and a mutilated WWI flying ace are some of the ghosts you will encounter along the way. At the end of the tour, enter the new Historic Haunted Maze…if you dare! Created by local haunted house and special effects experts, Greg Kling and George Holomakoff, bone-chilling surprises await in this new addition to an already frightening event! Bring a flashlight and a friend!

Ticket sales at www.norwalkhistoricalsociety.org. Early bird tickets available through October 13 – Adults/Teen: $15.00 & Child (8-12): $10.00. Tickets purchased after October 13 or at the door (if available) – Adults/Teens: $18.00 & Child (8-12): $12.00. The net proceeds support the Norwalk Historical Society’s education programs and cultural exhibits. The Norwalk Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Generously sponsored by: Head of Harbor South, Collins Funeral Home, Fairfield County Bank, Aegis Technology Partners, RTM Lines, Seperack & Company, Two Men and a Truck, Crystal Theatre, Dunkin Donuts, Stop and Shop, Trader Joe’s Westport, Tuliptree Site Design and Whole Foods Market.

For more information visit www.norwalkhistoricalsociety.org, e-mail info@norwalkhistoricalsociety.org , or call 203-846-0525.

Oct
25
Wed
Barbara Occhino’s Serenade Jazz/Latin Band Live in Stamford Wed 10/25 @ The Stamford Diner Tickets
Oct 25 all-day
Barbara Occhino's Serenade Jazz/Latin Band Live in Stamford Wed 10/25 @ The Stamford Diner |  |  |

The popular swing, jazz, and Latin music of Barbara’s Serenade band (see BarbaraEntertains.com and Facebook.com/BarbaraSings) performs at The Stamford Diner on Wednesday, October 25th, 7-10 pm. The family-friendly venue has free parking and no cover or minimum and features a full bar of wines, beers, and cocktails. Situated on the Greenwich-Stamford border, The Stamford Diner’s giant coffee cup on the marquee welcomes you to this throwback dining experience with an extensive menu, with $4.99 homemade soups to authentic entrees including paella. From the onion rings to corn beef and on-site bakery, everything is made fresh on the premises.

ABOUT THE MUSICIANS: 


Barbara is a multilingual vocalist (English, Spanish, French, Italian, and Portuguese), dancer, and entrepreneur who manages “Barbara’s Serenade” bands and sings with Metro New York area musicians. Her “personality is warm like sunshine and her love of music is her joy and gift to people. Her voice is soft and sultry,” says The Fairfield County Music Reporter. She has performed at Stamford’s The Palace, Harbor Point, The Bartlett Arboretum, and corporate, retail, and private events. She sang in Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival 50th Anniversary “the public domain” choir.  Barbara has been a session vocalist and bilingual voice-over talent in NY/CT recording studios and serves as the Music and Entertainment Curator for the Stamford ARTWALK, the Annual Greenwich Holiday Stroll, and charities.  She studies theatre and ballroom dancing and has choreographed for musical theatre and choral groups. Her commercial work includes co-hosting live auctions, acting in videos and commercials, public speaking, and appearing as on-camera TV spokesperson. 

Drummer, songwriter, and vocalist Bill Cerulli has toured the US, Canada, and Brazil playing at venues like Carnegie Hall, The Bottom Line, and Madison Square Garden with Vicki Sue Robinson (iconic singer of Turn the Beat Around). Besides being a session drummer on two of her albums, he appeared on TV shows including The Midnight Special and Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert. Bill studied jazz, rock, and Latin drumming; has recorded over 35 CDs for various independent artists; and performed music for cable shows. He served as a charter drum instructor at the Stamford Music Program (CT) and currently teaches privately and at music schools in Fairfield County, CT.

Bassist Esdras Lubin has played professionally for 55 years with a wide variety of accomplished artists, most notably 25 years with (Virginia) Joe Jones (Dizzy Gillespie, Dakota Staton), The Supremes, and numerous world-class musicians. He was a bassist with The Jazz Foundation of America, Royal Caribbean and Carnival Cruise Lines. Esdras currently performs throughout Connecticut as well as at country clubs, dances, jazz concerts, club dates and casual gigs around the Tri-State area.



Jim Olbrys is a guitarist from Stratford who has performed at venues like CBGB, Texas Lone Star Road House, and The Bitter End. He has recorded 3 CDs with singer/ songwriter/filmmaker Ned Farr: The Good Red Road & Desert Motel, both in the soundtrack of Ned’s award-winning film, as well as The Ghost of It All now in production. A graduate of the Jazz Program at New England Conservatory, he has worked as a sound engineer, was on the MTV crew with Billy Joel in the USSR, and was a roadie touring the US with Meatloaf. A trained actor and voiceover artist, he has appeared in print ads, national TV commercials, industrial training films, stage plays, and film. He hosted and produced the radio talk shows “Meantime” and “Here & Now.”



Greenwich resident Al Brooks is a saxophonist (tenor and alto) and flutist who has played for over 20 years with various bands in diverse music styles (jazz, dance, Latin, Big Band). He performs with the Jump Start Big Band, his own SoJourn Jazz Group, and the Lehman College Jazz Band. Al earned a Jazz Diploma from Mannes College of Music, an M.A. in German, and an M.A. in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) at Columbia University. He is a Certified Public Accountant and English as a Second Language college instructor.

Oct
26
Thu
Relax, dance, sing along with Barbara Occhino’s Serenade LIve Jazz/Latin Music @ Villa Italia Ristorante Tickets
Oct 26 all-day
Relax, dance, sing along with Barbara Occhino's Serenade LIve Jazz/Latin Music @ Villa Italia Ristorante |  |  |

The popular swing, jazz, and Latin music of Barbara’s Serenade band (see BarbaraEntertains.com and Facebook.com/BarbaraSings) performs at Villa Italia Ristorante & Bar on Thursday, October 26th, 7:30-9:30 pm. The family-friendly venue has free parking and no cover or minimum and features a full bar of wines, beers, and cocktails. In downtown Stamford away from the traffic and across from Mill River Park at The Hampton Inn, Villa Italia Ristorante is a family-run restaurant serving authentic, from-scratch, Italian and seafood dishes since 1983. Especially popular are their brick-oven pizzas with over a dozen mouth-watering varieties. They also have a children’s and gluten-free menu.


ABOUT THE MUSICIANS: 


Barbara is a multilingual vocalist (English, Spanish, French, Italian, and Portuguese), dancer, and entrepreneur who manages “Barbara’s Serenade” bands and sings with Metro New York area musicians. Her “personality is warm like sunshine and her love of music is her joy and gift to people. Her voice is soft and sultry,” says The Fairfield County Music Reporter. She has performed at Stamford’s The Palace, Harbor Point, The Bartlett Arboretum, and corporate, retail, and private events. She sang in Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival 50th Anniversary “the public domain” choir.  Barbara has been a session vocalist and bilingual voice-over talent in NY/CT recording studios and serves as the Music and Entertainment Curator for the Stamford ARTWALK, the Annual Greenwich Holiday Stroll, and charities.  She studies theatre and ballroom dancing and has choreographed for musical theatre and choral groups. Her commercial work includes co-hosting live auctions, acting in videos and commercials, public speaking, and appearing as on-camera TV spokesperson. 

Internationally renowned bassist and music composer Steve Clarke of Bridgeport brings his rich tone to any band. Steve has toured in U.S. and Europe and recorded 7 funk-Jazz CDs under his own name on Hop-N-Bop Records with the latest featuring guitarist Mike Stern (CDBaby.com/cd/steveclarktrio). He still performs with the 2-time Grammy nominated jazz flautist Sherry Winston, and has performed with Marion Meadows, Victor Fields, Tom Browne, Esteban, Ben E King, The Drifters, The Five Satins, Sam & Dave. He has recorded on 55 other CDs as well. Besides being a freelance bassist, producer, NS composer at Q-Up Recording Studio, Steve teaches all styles of bass, music theory, improvisation and beginning piano in his private studio in Fairfield county.


Jim Olbrys is a guitarist from Stratford who has performed at venues like CBGB, Texas Lone Star Road House, and The Bitter End. He has recorded 3 CDs with singer/ songwriter/filmmaker Ned Farr: The Good Red Road & Desert Motel, both in the soundtrack of Ned’s award-winning film, as well as The Ghost of It All now in production. A graduate of the Jazz Program at New England Conservatory, he has worked as a sound engineer, was on the MTV crew with Billy Joel in the USSR, and was a roadie touring the US with Meatloaf. A trained actor and voiceover artist, he has appeared in print ads, national TV commercials, industrial training films, stage plays, and film. He hosted and produced the radio talk shows “Meantime” and “Here & Now.” 



Greenwich resident Al Brooks is a saxophonist (tenor and alto) and flutist who has played for over 20 years with various bands in diverse music styles (jazz, dance, Latin, Big Band). He performs with the Jump Start Big Band, his own SoJourn Jazz Group, and the Lehman College Jazz Band. Al earned a Jazz Diploma from Mannes College of Music, an M.A. in German, and an M.A. in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) at Columbia University. He is a Certified Public Accountant and English as a Second Language college instructor.

SHORTS: Listen, Talk, Go…. @ Bedford Hills Train Station Tickets
Oct 26 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
SHORTS: Listen, Talk, Go.... @ Bedford Hills Train Station |  |  |

Do you like a good story? Too busy to commit to a book club? Short stories, for adults, read aloud.
Hosted by Heide Shilstone, Debroah Frishman reads “Two Ruminations on a Homeless Brother” by David Means.

Oct
27
Fri
Tango Band Abaddón to Perform at Music Conservatory of Westchester @ Music Conservatory of Westchester Tickets
Oct 27 @ 7:30 pm
Tango Band Abaddón to Perform at Music Conservatory of Westchester @ Music Conservatory of Westchester |  |  |

Brush up on your tango dance steps! On Friday, October 27, the Music Conservatory of Westchester will host tango band Abaddón for a tango concert at 7:30PM in the Conservatory’s Recital Hall. The event will offer the option to dance or sit while enjoying the live tango music. Refreshments will be included with admission. Tickets are available for purchase online for $20 and available at the door for $25.

Abaddón is a sextet of New York City-based musicians with members hailing from Colombia, Argentina, Korea, Guatemala, and the U.S.A., comprised of two bandoneons, two violins, piano, and bass. Band members Shinjoo Cho (bandoneon), David Hodges (bandoneon), Sergio Reyes (violin), Sara Silva (violin), Antonio Boyadjian (piano), and Pablo Lanouguere (bass) play music by well-known tango musicians such as Astor Piazzolla, Raul Garello, Sexteto Mayor, as well as original compositions. Abaddón’s debut album will be released in 2017, featuring six pieces intended to make a statement in the contemporary tango scene. The group performed at the Bronx World Film Festival in 2016, and individually, group members have performed in orchestras and tango groups both domestically and internationally. Abaddón violinist Sara Silva is also on the faculty at the Music Conservatory of Westchester.

Voted Best of Westchester’s “Best Music School” of 2017, Music Conservatory of Westchester is dedicated to quality music education for all. Introduction to diverse music styles enriches the Conservatory’s students and the public at any age.