Subject: Click...Pick...and Go! Tons of Cultural Events to Enjoy This Week!

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Of What's Happening This Week
June 28 Through July 5
July 4th Watermelon Picnic

July 4
Keeler Tavern Museum

The day kicks off with the ceremonial slicing of a watermelon - a reading of the Declaration of Independence, lawn games, and live music. (More Info)
Historic Cycling Tour

July 3
Fairfield Museum & History Center

Cyclists will have a unique opportunity to explore the history of Fairfield by bike and get some exercise and fresh air. (More Here)
Animal Meet And Greet

Thru August 20
Stamford Museum & Nature Center

Stop by Heckscher WILD! to meet one of the teaching animals and discover how they are adapted to their habitat.
(More Here)
Marine And Coastal

July 3
Rowayton Arts Center

One of the Rowayton Arts Center’s most popular exhibits, “Marine and Coastal." Members of RAC showcase their talents with a marine and coastal theme.  (More Here)
All Byte: Feminist Intersections In Video Art

Thru July 10
Franklin Street Works

Franklin Street Works, UConn Stamford’s Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies Program, and Sacred Heart University’s Masters of Film and Television Program collaborated on video works informed by intersectional feminist approaches.
 (Read More)
The Impressionist Landscape: Dmitri Wright At Weir Farm And Abroad

Thru July 9
New Canaan Library

Painter Dmitri Wright celebrates the beauty and nuances of the landscape, here and abroad
(More Here)

The English Beat & Soul Asylum

July 1
Ridgefield Playhouse

The sounds of the Beat, bringing you back to the 80’s, are joined by the Alt-rockers Soul Asylum.
 (More Here)
Caravan Of Thieves

July 1
Levitt Pavilion For
The Performing Arts

Gypsy jazz rhythms, acoustic guitars, upright bass and violin lay the foundation for the mesmerizing vocal harmonies of Caravan of Thieves. 
(More Here)
Pops Fernandez:
A Night To Remember

July 3
The Klein

Dubbed The Concert Queen of the Philippines, Pops got her start at the age of 15, and is referred to as "the Madonna of the Philippines." (More Info)

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 artists and creative businesses 
in Fairfield County by providing marketing services, professional development opportunities and advocacy.

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