Subject: Click...Pick...and Go! Your E-Buzz Events for the Week August 23 - August 29, 2017

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Our Weekly E-Buzz selection from
August 22, 2017
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The list below is a small selection of the very many cultural events happening across our region this coming week. We strongly recommend that you click the link above for our complete listing.
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Through Sept. 2
Westport Country Playhouse

Every family has its secrets. While gathered together at the crumbling estate of their deceased father’s Arkansas plantation, the Lafayette children unearth a haunting relic of his past. In the great American tradition of family dramas, from Long Day’s Journey Into Night to August: Osage County, this bitingly funny, award-winning play unleashes a series of jaw-dropping surprises. (More)
Alex Beyer

Thurs. Aug. 24
Pequot Library

Fairfield native, Alex Beyer, 22, has received warm praise for his performances nationally and internationally. In 2016, he was the bronze medalist in the Queen Elisabeth Competition (Belgium), and named one of the five finalists of the American Pianists Association Awards. He received Sixth Prize at the 2015 US Chopin Competition and Third Prize, as well as the Beethoven and Irish National Symphony Orchestra special awards. at the 2015 Dublin International Piano Competition.  (More)
John Fogerty

Thurs. Aug. 24
Levitt Pavilion

As lead singer and lead guitarist of Creedence Clearwater Revival, John Fogerty's prolific songwriting helped pen some of the most memorable songs in rock and roll, including "Proud Mary,” "Bad Moon Rising" and "Fortunate Son." His solo career skyrocketed in the 1980s with his chart topping single “Centerfield.” He was featured on Rolling Stone Magazine’s List of Top 100 Greatest Guitarists and Top 100 Singers of all time  (More)
Peter Pan Reimagined

Aug. 25-26
Fairfield Theatre Company

New Paradigm Theatre's collaborative re-invention of the beloved musical, partnering with KEYS (Kids Empowered by Your Support) that brings music instruction to underserved inner-city children. Young people from Lower Fairfield and KEYS participate side-by-side with Broadway pros. (More)

Fri. Aug. 25
22 Haviland Street Gallery

Hear artists Erin Dolan, Duvian Montoya, Aisha Nailah, Yolanda Petrocelli, Jahmane West, and Yves F. Wilson talk about their work at the closing reception of INTERVAL, curated by 22 Haviland Street Gallery owner Dennis Bradbury. The artists make up a diverse set of perspectives from decades of practice, grounded in multi-disciplined mediums that roadmap from graffiti culture to advertising. Part of ARTISTS TALK series. Please register for this free event. (More)
Art Walk Ridgefield

Fri. Aug. 25
Ridgefield Town Center

Art Walk Ridgefield kicks off with an artist opening reception with more than 50 restaurants, businesses and cultural venues showcasing the work of more than 70 artists in windows and on shop walls during this free, two-week festival, transforming the downtown area into a strolling art gallery. (More)
Discover Revolutionary Redding

Sat. Aug. 26
Putnam Park

Celebrate Redding's 250th Anniversary during a Family Day at Putnam Memorial State Park! Take a tour, participate in a scavenger hunt and more! Part of a Redding Reads program celebrating the Mark Twain Library's town-wide read of My Brother Sam is Dead, by James and Christopher Collier. Walk in Sam Meeker's footsteps at "Connecticut's Valley Forge." Co-sponsored by the Library and Friends and Neighbors of Putnam Park. Rain Date: August 27. (More)
Yuko Ike
Pink Doors & More
Artist's Talk

Sun. Aug. 27
ARTWorks Gallery on the Green, Norwalk

Yuko Ike was born in Japan, and spent her early years in Tokyo. She has spent most of her adult life in the US and currently resides in Connecticut. Her work is an expression of how she sees and feels the world in which she lives. Nothing is ever the same, and nothing will remain forever. 
Latincolors Magazine
Issue Launch and
2nd Anniversary Party 

Sun. Aug. 27
Stepping Stones 
Museum for Children

Latincolors Magazine invites you to celebrate its second anniversary and the launch of the 12th issue of the magazine. The anniversary ceremony will include with Mayor of Norwalk, Harry Rilling and his wife Lucia, together with the 12 people who have been featured on the covers of the magazine to date.  (More)
Open House

Tues. Aug. 29
Darien Arts Center

The annual Open House gives newcomers, friends of current students and those unfamiliar with the DAC, the opportunity to visit its facilities - including a black box theatre, a large Visual Arts Studio and one of the best dance spaces in Fairfield County. (More)
Bass Camp

Mon. Aug. 28
Quick Center
Fairfield University

The caboose of the train line, the anchor of the ship, the buttercream in the brownie: the double bass has so many capabilities. Bass Camp is a unique opportunity to celebrate the bass player of all levels by creating opportunities to play in small ensembles specializing in double bass music of a variety of genres. Get ready for a one-day intensive of double bass mania with some of the area's most active bass players. BYOB! (More)
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