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Jul
12
Wed
Eco Visions @ Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum Tickets
Jul 12 – Oct 5 all-day
Eco Visions @ Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum |  |  |

Twenty new paintings by Connecticut artist Jan Dilenschneider will be featured in an exhibition entitled, Eco Visions. The exhibition will be curated by Gail Ingis.

Ms. Dilenschneider’s works have been successfully featured for the last four years at the prestigious Galerie Pierre-Alain Challier in the historic Le Marais district in Paris. Ms. Dilenschneider is the only living American artist to have her work on display at the Grand Palais in Paris. In the past year, her exhibitions have been featured at the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts Sill House Gallery and at the Bellarmine Museum in Fairfield, Conn, where she broke attendance records. Each of these exhibitions were solo shows.

Jul
19
Wed
Salsa Series: Beginner 1 (6 weeks) @ Latin Moves Dance Studio Tickets
Jul 19 @ 7:30 pm – Aug 23 @ 8:25 pm
Salsa Series: Beginner 1 (6 weeks) @ Latin Moves Dance Studio |  |  |

Looking for dance classes that will motivate you to bring out your Dance Rock Star?! With consistent and dedicated instruction, these 6-week classes (July 19-Aug 23; 7:30-8:25PM) will help the Beginner Salsa student A D V A N C E to a higher dance level! $95 in advance; $105 regular. Register by calling 203-967-3105 or emailing info@latinmovesdance.com

a) dedicated class size with progressive syllabus
b) successful completion promotes students to Beginner II level
c) If you bring a friend (who is new to the studio) and they purchase a 10-class card, YOU receive $20 off of your 10-class card purchase.

Aug
1
Tue
Auditions for WILTON SINGERS @ WEPCO Tickets
Aug 1 – Sep 1 all-day
Auditions for WILTON SINGERS @ WEPCO |  |  |

The Wilton Singers – Auditions for tenors and basses are being scheduled for the 2017-2018 season. Interested candidates should contact Alison Conroy by email at wiltonsingers@gmail.com. Auditions, which will take place in August, include some vocalizing and sight-singing, and singers should prepare a short piece to sing which can be a cappella or accompanied.

The Wilton Singers, under the direction of Kevin Cotellese, is an acclaimed regional, auditioned chorus that attracts adult singers of all musical backgrounds. As a member-driven organization, our mission is to perform a wide variety of musical styles, from classic to contemporary, for the personal and cultural enrichment of our members and the public. Rehearsals are held in Wilton on Tuesday evenings, 7-9pm, from September through mid-May. Current members hail from over one dozen Fairfield County communities. More information about the group is available on our website at www.wiltonsingers.org.

Aug
4
Fri
Call for Entries: The Story of Art @ Pequot Library Tickets
Aug 4 – Sep 15 all-day
Call for Entries: The Story of Art @ Pequot Library |  |  |

Calling all artists! Submit your work to Pequot Library’s 20th Annual Art Show, “The Story of Art.” Online submissions must be received by midnight on September 15, 2017 in order to be considered for entrance in this juried exhibition.
The Jurors are Adrienne Ruger Conzelman, a private art dealer and advisor, and the Director of ARC Fine Art in Fairfield and Helen Klisser During, an Art Advisor, Curator, Photojournalist, and Artistic Director Emeritus at Westport Arts Center.
The jurors are looking for a variety of artistic mediums, focusing closely on the expression, either traditional or abstract, of the story presented to viewers.
Submit your art directly to https://pequotlibrary.artcall.org/
All entries must be for sale, no exceptions. Prizes will be given for first, second and third place.
The entry fee is $25 per piece for up to five entries, and is non-refundable. The entry fee for young artists (age 22 and under) is $15 per piece. Entry fee includes one ticket to the Artists and Collectors Party on October 22, 2017.
Pequot Library will notify all artists of the status of their submission by October 1, 2017. Only artwork selected for the exhibition should be dropped off to Pequot Library on October 7, 2017 and must be picked up Sunday, October 22, 2017.
Accepted artworks will be on view from October 14 – 22, 2017 in Pequot Library’s historic auditorium, which provides an outstanding backdrop for the show.
Please visit www.pequotlibrary.org to learn more about this vibrant library, educational, arts and cultural institution. All classes and programs are open to everyone. For information: (203) 259-0346 ext. 115. Follow Pequot Library on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Pequot Library Brings Culture to Life!

Aug
14
Mon
Audubon Greenwich Wilderness Survival Camp (Grades 6-9) @ Audubon Greenwich Tickets
Aug 14 @ 9:30 am – Aug 18 @ 3:30 pm
Audubon Greenwich Wilderness Survival Camp (Grades 6-9) @ Audubon Greenwich |  |  |

Sharpen your wilderness survival skills at Audubon Greenwich this summer! Led by experienced Audubon naturalists, campers will learn what it takes to survive in the backcountry. Preparing shelters, primitive fire making, orienteering, making tools, finding wild foods, and playing fun outdoor games are a few examples of how campers will build their outdoor survival skills. In addition, campers will learn how field scientists conduct ecological field work in remote areas and how they can contribute their data to national online citizen science databases. We will end the week with a roaring campfire, a night hike, and an overnight at Audubon Greenwich.

$600 members – $635 non-members

Camp Hours: 9:30 am to 3:30 pm except Twilight Investigations Aug. 14-18. Late pick-up will be available from 3:30PM – 4:30PM during sessions 1 – 7; $50 per week

Registration and Fees: Register online by visiting greenwich.audubon.org/summer-nature-day-camp and clicking on the link to our secure camp registration portal. For more information please contact Gigi Lombardi at 203.930.1351 or glombardi@audubon.org. Payment (minus 25%) will be refunded for cancellations received by June 14, 2017. Cancellations made after June 15 will NOT receive a refund.

Audubon Greenwich Nature Camp: Twilight Investigations @ Audubon Greenwich Tickets
Aug 14 @ 3:30 pm – Aug 18 @ 9:30 am
Audubon Greenwich Nature Camp: Twilight Investigations @ Audubon Greenwich |  |  |

Explore Audubon Greenwich during twilight hours to learn what happens when the sun goes down and nocturnal creatures wake up. We will end the week with a roaring campfire, a night hike, and an overnight on Audubon Greenwich grounds.

Hours: Mon-Weds: 3:30pm-9:30pm/ Thursday: 3pm to 9:30am on Friday (Grades 2 – 5 only).

Our weekly-themed camp programs provide a unique place for your child to explore the outdoors during their summer break. Campers build a deeper connection to the natural world through fun, experiential activities while exploring our 285-acre Main Sanctuary, which includes a beautiful teaching pond, the Byram River, Mead Lake, forests, and meadows.

Grades K-5 • $400 members; $435 non-members
Registration and Fees: Register online by visiting greenwich.audubon.org/summer-nature-day-camp and clicking on the link to our secure camp registration portal. For more information please contact Gigi Lombardi at 203.930.1351 or glombardi@audubon.org. Payment (minus 25%) will be refunded for cancellations received by June 14, 2017. Cancellations made after June 15 will NOT receive a refund.

Aug
18
Fri
Forever Grateful Music Festival @ Ives Concert Park Tickets
Aug 18 @ 6:00 pm – Aug 19 @ 10:30 pm
Forever Grateful Music Festival @ Ives Concert Park |  |  |

The music never stops! Continuous jams from 2 stages celebrating Grateful Dead, Phish, Allmans, Marley, JGB plus local talents playing funk, bluegrass, jams, reggae and rock. Forever Grateful kicks off Friday night 8/18 6p-10:30p and runs all day Saturday 8/19 1p-10:30pm. Food, vendors. Event is general admission – bring chairs/blankets. No coolers, outside food or beverage permitted. Event is rain or shine. No refunds.

Aug
20
Sun
Honeybee Open Hive @ Stamford Museum & Nature Center Tickets
Aug 20 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Honeybee Open Hive @ Stamford Museum & Nature Center |  |  |

Sunday, August 20, 11 am – 2 pm
On National Honeybee Day, we champion our smallest, most industrious farm residents. Discover the buzz during hive demos (weather permitting) and a honey bee scavenger hunt at our Sunday Farm Market. You’ll plant native wildflower seeds to take home and meet some other 6- legged creatures. We’ll also have a tasting of a variety of honeys, including SM&NC honey, a honey that tastes like marshmallows, and the “champagne” of honeys. Members: Free | Non-Members: Included with gate admission. For more information, visit www.stamfordmuseum.org or call 203.977.6521.
* * * * Stamford Museum & Nature Center is dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of art, the natural and agricultural sciences, and history. The Museum is a vital cultural and educational resource for the community, and a focal point for family activity through exhibitions, educational programs and special events.

Aug
21
Mon
Music Memoir by Charlie Karp at WHS @ Westport Historical Society Tickets
Aug 21 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Music Memoir by Charlie Karp at WHS @ Westport Historical Society |  |  |

On Monday, August 21st, from 7 to 8:30 pm, music legend Charlie Karp brings his “Musical Memoir” to Westport Historical Society. Doors open at 6:30 pm.

Ever since he opened for The Doors while still at Coleytown Junior High, Charlie Karp has been making his mark on the world of music.

Karp became a local legend in 1970 when, in the middle of his junior year at Staples High School, he was invited to join the Buddy Miles Band. At age 16, after recording his first 45, Karp began touring internationally with Miles and contributed an original song to the band’s renowned Them Changes album. He opened for Jimi Hendrix at The Forum in Los Angeles and for Three Dog Night at the Cotton Bowl, recorded with Arthur Lee, and got his own record contract with RCA Records as the co-founder of White Chocolate with David Hull – all before age 20. From this unique perch, Charlie Karp had an up-close look at some of the all-time rock greats, while witnessing the transformation of the music industry.

Karp’s musical experiences have found their way into a new memoir, and now he will share some of those stories while performing the music that inspired him. In “Charlie Karp’s Musical Memoir,” playing his guitar alongside a keyboardist, the renowned rocker brings alive the magical soundtrack that shaped the years 1964 through 1972.

But the show is more than a concert. It’s also an inside look at what happened when the music business moved from 45s to albums, and from small concert venues to dedicated rock clubs, arenas, and then stadiums.

Reservations strongly suggested, call 203-222-1424.

There is a $15 suggested donation and light refreshments will be served.

Aug
22
Tue
A Jaunt with Jane @ Pequot Library Tickets
Aug 22 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
A Jaunt with Jane @ Pequot Library |  |  |

Well-published travel writer and New York University professor Dr. Rochelle Almeida presents “A Jaunt with Jane,” an audio-visual lecture reviewing the life and times of Jane Austen and the places that influenced her work. Using her own blog posts and photographs, Dr. Almeida will lead the audience on an adventure throughout England, highlighting Bath, Oxford, Hampshire, Derbyshire, Lyme Regis, and Winchester during this stunning presentation. Step up to the mounting block, your horse-drawn carriage awaits.

About the Presenter:
Born in Bombay, India, Rochelle Almeida taught at Jai Hind College, Bombay and in the graduate English Department at the University of Bombay before joining the Liberal Studies Program at NYU in 1994. She has also taught at Exeter College, University of Oxford, UK, and in the Global Liberal Studies Program at NYU-London. She was awarded the Provost’s Global Research Initiatives Fellowship at NYU-London in Fall 2016.

An active scholar, her publications include three monographs and two edited anthologies. A sixth book, an anthology of essays presented at a conference on Goa at Yale University, will be published in Fall 2017.

Please visit www.pequotlibrary.org to learn more about this vibrant library, educational, arts and cultural institution. All classes and programs are open to everyone. For information: (203) 259-0346 ext. 115. Follow Pequot Library on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Pequot Library Brings Culture to Life!