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Sept. 6 Thru Sept. 13

Sept. 9
Fairfield University

This event is free and open to the public! BANDALOOP are pioneers in vertical dance performance, intertwining choreography, dynamic physicality and the laws of physics - reimagining what dance can be.
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The Actor’s Studio Summer Workshop Production:
Old Times

Sept. 9
Ridgefield Playhouse

Attend a premier production of work developed during an intensive workshop here in Ridgefield that will be the Actor's Studio first production this fall in New York City. (Read More)
Bela Fleck And Chris Thile

Sept. 10
Ives Concert Park

Music Fest America presents free performances of some of Connecticut’s best bluegrass, jazz, folk, roots, and classical artists followed by a ticketed event with Béla Fleck and Chris Thile
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House Concert With 2015 Heida Hermanns International Piano Competition Winner Wenjie Lu

Sept. 11
Connecticut Alliance For Music

Sunday afternoon at the Silvermine Arts Center, Wenjie Lu's performs a program that will include Chopin's Preludes Op. 28 and Rachmaninoff's Sonata No. 2 Op. 36 (1931 version).  (More Info)

Lost And Found

Opening Sept. 8
Loft Artists Association

Juried by Larissa Baliff, the concept for the show is rooted in a host of associations with feelings of loss and displacement; and notions of recovery, return, even redemption.
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Open Studios 

Sept. 10
NEST Arts Factory

The public is invited to meet the nearly 40 artists of the NEST, tour the studios, view artwork and listen to music.
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Norwalk Seaport Association's
Oyster Festival

Sept. 10 & 11
Veteran's Memorial Park

The 2016 Oyster Festival offers a range of activities for the whole family, including Sawyer Fredericks, winner of The Voice, plus the Nerveless Nocks Thrill Show, Paul Bunyan Lumberjack Show and more.
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Community Activism Family Day 

Sept. 11
Bruce Museum

As part of a national day of service and remembrance, the Museum will bring together non-profit organizations from the Fairfield/Westchester area and connect them with families interested in giving back. (More Here)

12 - 1pm for Our
LIVE Spotlight on Arts and Culture Radio Program

TOPIC:  A Response to the Global Refuge Crisis, inspired by an exhibit of work by Artist Rick Shaefer, "The Refugee Trilogy," at Fairfield University's Walsh Art Gallery (Opening Reception: Sept. 7). The conversation will be framed by related programming occurring at the University throughout September. 

Guests: Artist Rick Shaefer, Fairfield University Professor Bryan Crandall, and Claudia Connor from the International Institute of Connecticut, a statewide nonprofit organization that assists refugees and immigrants with critical services (IICONN). For more information about the University's programming, click here.
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 artists and creative businesses 
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