Subject: Click...Pick...and Get Up and Out to Some Terrific Cultural Events Happening This Week!

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An Evening Of Poetry

Feb. 16
Ridgefield Library

Join Arts In Common, Inc. for an evening of creativity and connection when poets of all ages and walks of life come together to give voice to their dreams and fears through verse in a program honoring Black History month.
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WPKN 89.5-FM Music On Film:
What Happened, Miss Simone

Feb. 16
The Bijou Theatre

A documentary film about Nina Simone - the singer-songwriter, civil rights activist. The movie begins in 1976, with Simone performing at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. She had moved to Liberia two years earlier, a willing exile from the USA
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The Machine Performs Pink Floyd

Feb. 17
Ridgefield Playhouse

For more than 20 years The Machine has been paying tribute to the band with their legendary live show – flawlessly reproducing Pink Floyd songs. (More Here)
Popa Chubby At 

Feb. 18
Fairfield Theatre Company

A tough bluesman to the core, Popa Chubby is at the forefront of modern blues-rock, and is one of the genres most popular figures
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Mid-Winter Book Sale

Feb. 18 & 19
Pequot Library

Browse for books and media in a cozy, intimate environment, plus enjoy Rock and Roll Hall of Fame pianist, Mark Naftalin, and his talented friends who will be performing on-site. 
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Family Day: 
Colors Of The City 

Feb. 18
Fairfield University Art Museum

Family Day activities include arts & crafts and a child friendly gallery tour designed for ages 4-10. Space is limited for the two sessions so registration is requested.
Art from the Inside

Thru March 18
Danbury Museum & Historical Society

This exhibit features artwork craeted by the inmates at the Federal Correctional Institution, located in Danbury. The work is inspired by and created with items most of us throw away.
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Bold Horizon

Opening Feb. 16
Sorelle Gallery Fine Art

Through color, layering, light and shadow, Carol Young and Elwood Howell’s carefully edited compositions inspire complex, memorable conversation.
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Globalism vs Nationalism: The New Ideological Divide

Feb. 16
World Affairs Forum

A 2017 Global Economic Trends Lecture by Greg Ip, Chief Economics Commentator for the Wall Street Journal, who will talk about the need to re-examine past globilization policies and related issues.
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of What's Happening This Week
...and Beyond!
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 artists and creative businesses 
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