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Of What's Happening This Week
July 12 Through July 19
Creamery Station

July 12
Wilton Library

Creamery Station joins the line up in the Library's Summer Music and More Concert series - with their funk/blues sound and the harmonica playing of Don DeStefano.
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WPKN's Music On Film:
Sunshine Daydream

July 20
Bijou Theatre

This documentary film captures the Grateful Dead fresh off their renowned 1972 European Tour, at the Old Renaissance Faire Grounds in Veneta, Orego
n. (More Here)
Jackie Greene

July 22
Fairfield Theatre Company

From The Black Crowes to Phil Lesh to solo albums, the guitarist jams across genres, from classic rock, folk, soul, blues, country, psychedelia and A.M. pop.
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July 22-July 24
The Klein

Urinetown, the musical premiered in 2001. It is a comedy/satire of the legal system, capitalism, social irresponsibility, populism, corporate mismanagement, and municipal politics.
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SNL’s Colin Jost

July 22
Ridgefield Playhouse

Jost, now in his third season as co-anchor of SNL’s “Weekend Update,” has won three Writers Guild Awards, a Peabody Award, and has been nominated for multiple Emmys. (More Here)
West Side Story 

Thru July 31
Summer Theatre of New Canaan

This classic version of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, transported to modern-day New York City, is performed at Waveny Park.
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Artists & Residents

Opening Reception July 21
22 Haviland Street Gallery

Keeping diversity and artists living/working and a part of the developing scene in South Norwalk is the key idea behind this invitational show of 12 artists who call Norwalk home.
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SOLOS Artist Talks

July 22
Westport Arts Center

SOLOS is a celebration of the artist members of the Art Center. Hear SOLOS 2016 artists Daniel Lanzilotta, Allan Gorman, Nina Bentley, and David Sheskin speak about their work. (More Here)
Danger Came Smiling:
Feminist Art And Popular Music

Opening Reception July 23
Franklin Street Works

Art historian and published author, Maria Elena Buszek, brings together work by contemporary artists who use popular music as a medium, subject, and reference point for feminist messages.
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