Subject: Click...Pick...and Go! Your E-Buzz Events for the Week June 28-July 4

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Our Weekly E-Buzz selection from
June 27, 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.
John Lehmann-Haupt
Guitar Music from Bach to James Taylor

Weds. June 28
New Canaan Library

From classical works of Bach to Debussy and James Taylor, Lehmann-Haupt presents much-loved music that crosses all musical genres. Register online at
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Gloria Garfinkel
Origami Interpretations

Weds. June 28
Discovery Museum
Opening Reception

Explore the color-field panel paintings and maquettes of New York-based artist Gloria Garfinkel – an immersion in saturated color and vivid patterning – embedded in an animated geometry! (More)
The Wallflowers

Thurs. June 29
Ridgefield Playhouse

The Wallflowers, fronted by Jakob Dylan, formed in 1989, and in 1992 released their classic self-titled debut album, featuring one of the greatest songs of social commentary ever heard, “Asleep at the Wheel.”  (More)
Peripheral Vision

Thurs. June 29
Flinn Gallery
Greenwich Library
Opening Reception

The Greenwich Art Society's Annual Members' Art Exhibition, held at the Greewich Library's Flinn Gallery, and juried by Tamar Margalit, Assistant Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture at The Museum of Modern Art. (More)

Firefly Night

Thurs. June 29
Audubon Greenwich

Capture the magic of early summer by unleashing your inner child. Join us for a short indoor introduction to learn about these enchanting creatures before taking a walk through the meadow to catch a glimpse of their mesmerizing bioluminescence. Bring your own jar with hole-punched lid or borrow one of ours. (More).
An Evening Of One Acts 2017

Fri. June 30-July 15
Ridgefield Theater Barn

Produced by Cheryl Boyd, the Ridgefield Theatre Barn presents an evening featuring eight original, unpublished works which celebrate life and relationships through an assortment of perspectives. Friday and Saturday evenings, June 30th through July 15th at 8pm. (More)
The Artist As Cultural Producer: Book Signing And Conversation With Sharon Louden.

Sat. July 1
Aldrich Museum

Meet Aldrich alumni artist Sharon Louden and join her for a discussion about her second publication, The Artist as Cultural Producer: Living and Sustaining a Creative Life, a collection of essays that describe how artists extend their practices outside of their studios. (More)
Find Waldo

Sat. July 1
Fairfield University Bookstore + Saugatuck Sweets

Where's Waldo in 2017? In Fairfield of course! Celebrating his 30th Anniversary with the locals, the iconic book character will be hiding in 25 downtown Fairfield businesses through July 29. Visit the Fairfield University Bookstore to find out all the details. Saugatuck Sweets, 28 Reef Road, will be hosting a Kick-Off Event July 1, 12pm-1pm. Meet Waldo, pick up your passport and start the hunt. (More)
Western Long Island Sound Lighthouse Cruise 

Sat. July 1
Maritime Aquarium

Venture out for a rare close-up look at eight historic lighthouses in western Long Island Sound offered at The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk. See Greens Ledge and Sheffield Island lighthouses in Norwalk, Harbor Ledge in Stamford, Great Captain Island of Greenwich, Execution Rocks off New Rochelle, and Long Island’s Stepping Stones, Sands Point and Eaton Neck lights. (More)
Edible Science 

Sun. July 2
Stamford Museum & Nature Center

Why do marshmallows turn brown in the campfire? Why is pizza dough stretchy? How do we make maple syrup? As part of its Market Madness programs, discover the answers to these yummy questions in SM&NC's new Edible Science series starting this Sunday (More)
Alphabet Arrangements

Thurs. June 29
Aldrich Museum

Turn a summer day into an artful one. Experiment with new materials and creative processes. Families with children of all ages are invited! Explore the use of words and letters in the art on view in the galleries, from Kay Rosen’s wall paintings to William Powhida’s hand-drawn text panels, Beth Campbell’s mind maps, and Suzanne McClelland’s textured paintings. Experiment with how you can combine, invert and arrange letters to make an original work of art. Can you create a hidden message? (More)
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