Subject: Click...Pick...and Go! Your Events for the Week March 21-27

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Theatre For One: Intimate Exchanges In Public Spaces

March 22-24
Fairfield University
Barone Campus Center

Imagine a mobile state-of-the-art performance space for one actor and one audience member. Theatre for One is presented in public spaces where audience members engage in an intimate theatrical exchange, encountering each other as strangers in this suspended space.  (More)
LOGOS MMXVI: The Nature Photography Of Lori Ordover

March 23
Handwright Gallery & Framing

The inspiration behind artist Lori Ordover’s most recent body of work came from the hundreds of old, abandoned tree stumps scattered throughout the grounds of the New Canaan Nature Center. (More)

Draw The Line!

March 24
Bijou Theatre 

The live band Draw The Line creates a ride through the decades of Aerosmith's repertoire of hits. The musical journey will take you right back through the decades with costumes, photos, video and stage set that. Family friendly, it's a tribute that truly is Aerosmith's Legacy.
H. A. Sigg: Abstract Rivers

Opens March 23, 6-8pm
Gallery Talk, 5:30pm
Fairfield University Walsh Gallery

The Fairfield University Art Museum presents H.A. Sigg: Abstract Rivers in the museum’s Walsh Gallery in the Quick Center at Fairfield University. An opening reception at 6pm will be preceded by a gallery talk at 5:30pm
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American Brass Quintet

March 25
Greenwich Library

free family concert by "the most distinguished of all brass quintets" (American Record Guide), presented by Curiosity Concerts, a series of free, 50-min. family concerts presented by professional musicians at different venues in the Greenwich area. (More)
Norwalk Seaport Association Annual Lightkeeper's Gala

March 25
Norwalk Inn & Conference Center

This annual gala brings together friends of Sheffield Island Lighthouse, corporate partners and community leaders for a night dedicated to our jewel of the sound.  (More)
Family FUNday - Storyteller and Craft Activities

March 26
Norwalk Historical Society Museum

Norwalk Historical Society is hosting a Family FUNday in celebration of Women's History Month. Local storyteller, Dr. Darla Shaw, will weave historical tales about Alice Paul, a courageous young lady who got women the right to vote. Children will create a fun parade hat with pictures celebrating causes important to them. Ideal for children ages 5 - 12(More)
Live Interactive Panel: Giants Of The Animal World

March 28
Bruce Museum

Could the giant shark Megalodon kill a whale? How could a bird with a 24-foot wingspan fly? Find out from some of the world's best experts at the Bruce Museum’s Giants of the Animal World interactive panel!
Focus On French Cinema 
The Alliance Française of Greenwich

March 27-April 2
Bow Tie Cinemas, Greenwich
The annual festival of Francophone films presented by the Alliance Francaise of Greenwich opens March 27 and runs through April 2. Claude Lelouch will be the Honoree in addition to a tribute to the cinema of Quebec (More)
World War I Digitization Day

March 25
Pequot Library
co-sponsored by Fairfield Museum and History Center

Do you have your grandfather’s WWI photo album tucked away in a closet? A stack of letters your great-grandmother kept in a box in the attic? Bring in your pictures, letters or souvenirs to be scanned or photographed for a project to commemorate the centenary of WWI (More)

Progressive Gallery Tour: Southport

March 23
Southport Galleries

Sign up for the 6th stop on our Progressive Gallery Tour 2016-17 at Southport Galleries. Join owner Sissy Biggers, director Jennifer Cargill, and curator Philip Eliasoph in this century-old "worn-with-time" historic space nestled within Southport’s picturesque village. Enjoy Kim Romero’s current show, Prelude to Spring: Emerging Color together with Katy Ferrarone's Mind Maps series: each canvas a "reflection of fleeting thoughts, a map where her mind travels in the moment." Find out more and register here.
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