Subject: Click...Pick...and Go! Your E-Buzz Events for the Week March 28 - April 3, 2018

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The list below is a small selection of the many cultural events happening across our region this coming week. We recommend you click the link above for our complete listing for this period.

El Sistema: Building and Connecting Communities Through Music 

Wed March 28, 6:30pm
King School Performing Arts Center, Stamford

PROJECT MUSIC is partnering with the King School in this concert, highlighting the ability of music to transcend social and economic barriers, following four days of workshops and rehearsals, as the Stamford students work with Baltimore Symphony’s OrchKids, BRAVO Waterbury and guest artists from Salvador, Brazil, learning new music brought from Brazil, and collaborating on a new composition of their own creation. More...
CT Film Festival FilmFest52
Middle Eastern Shorts

Wed. March 28, 7pm
Bethel Cinema

FilmFest52 presents a program of Middle Eastern short films - documentaries, narratives and animations from Iran, Turkey and Lebanon. Complimentary glass of wine for the audience. More...
Wild Child and
The Wild Reeds

Wed. March 28, 8pm
Warehouse FTC 

Come to this Wild Wednesday at The FTC Warehouse with Wild Child, voted "Best Indie Band,” by their home-city of Austin, walking a fine line between Folk, Indie, and Americana, playing in the same program as The Wild Reeds, who performed a sold-out show last July at FTC StageOne as part of the Brody Wilkinson Emerging Artist SeriesMore...
Mike & Sally Harris
India: The Color, The Calm and The Chaos 

Thurs. March 29, 6:30pm
New Canaan Library

Mike and Sally Harris present photographs taken during three weeks in India photographing the Golden Temple and the color and chaos of Holi Festivals, India’s celebration of spring. More...
MaryEllen Hendricks
Thin Places

Thurs. March 29, 10am
Gallery at Greens Farms Church
Closing Reception & Talk

MaryEllen Hendricks talks about her compelling, haunting photographs that conjure the sense of that "thin place" where Earth and Heaven, the physical and spiritual, lie very close together. More...
First Presbyterian Church Chorus & Orchestra
Good Friday Concert

Fri. March 30, 8pm
First Presbyterian Church

Be enveloped by haunting, soaring music befitting this Good Friday at the Fish Church. Music by Fauré, Lauridsen, Casals, Arnesen, Forrest, Trotta and others. Sung by the First Presbyterian Church Chorus and Orchestra, conducted by Stephen J. Ketterer.  More...
Easter Egg Roll

Sat. March 31, 10am
Pequot Library

Enjoy traditional holiday fun at the 12th annual Easter Egg Roll in Pequot Library's Auditorium and on the Great Lawn. Dance the bunny hop, make crafts, play games, meet the Easter Bunny himself, and then visit Pequot’s own rabbit, Blossom! Bring your own hard-boiled eggs for decorating, and then choose your favorite egg to enter in the age-category races. Bring a long-handled wooden spoon for the roll. Rain or shine. For ages 2-12. More...
Sherri Miller in Concert

Sat. March 31, 2pm
Bridgeport Public Library
Main Branch

Join Sheri Miller in celebrating Women’s History Month with a wide range of original and popular classics, including songs by Patsy Cline, Diana Ross, Lady Gaga and others. Refreshments will be served and CDs will be for sale. More...
Ann Hampton Callaway
Cyrille Aimée
The Ella Century

Sat. March 31, 8pm
Ridgefield Playhouse

Ann Hampton Callaway, the singularly creative pop-jazz stylist returns to the Ridgefield Playhouse with an exciting show kicking off Ella Fitzgerald’s centennial year. Callaway explores the breadth of Ella Fitzgerald’s repertoire in a show titled “The Ella Century.”  More...
Amy Bloom
White Houses

Mon. April 3, 7pm
Westport Library

Guided by the three thousand letters between prominent journalist Lorena Hickock and Eleanor Roosevelt, Amy Bloom has recreated and re-imagined one of the greatest love stories of the 20th century in her new book White Houses.  More...
Linda Martin
Fibers and Threads

Through April 22
Sidewalk Gallery at Press Proof

A collection of award-winning recent fiber art by Hartford-based quilter Linda Martin, whose work traces her lineage back to Alabama, graces the walls of Norwalk's unique Sidewalk Gallery: view the work lit up until midnight - from the sidewalk!  More...
Creative Writing: 
Pushing the Envelope

April 3-May 29
Westport Writers Workshop

If you are a writer and want to be successful, you can't live without risk. This class will help you get out of your safety net and change your writing life. The energy you are putting into holding your writing back is the same energy you will use to propel your work forward. More... AND Register Now For Spring 2018 Creative Writing Classes. Westport Writers' Workshop offers classes in fiction, poetry, non-fiction, memoir, screenwriting and writing for children. Writers at all levels of experience are welcome. More...
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