TODAY
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 11:00 AM
Fall Floral Centerpieces
Hilltop Hanover Farm – Make a beautiful fall floral centerpiece using a seasonal pumpkin. Your pumpkin will be filled with beautiful mums, and other fall flowers.
 
TODAY
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 12:00 PM
Neil Young & Friends Sunday Show presented by School of Rock
School of Rock Fairfield – Neil Young has been "Rocking In The Free World" since 1965, performing alongside greats from Joni Mitchell to Rick James. Yes, that Rick James. With a strong focus on Folk Rock, this show will wind through Mr. Young's entire career. From Buffalo Springfield, CSNY, Crazy Horse and all his solo work, this show has much to offer. This show is FREE and open to the publi, so come out and support our students!
 
TODAY
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 2:00 PM
Hudson River Barn Dance
Palisades Interstate Park in New Jersey – On Sunday, September 24, we will again welcome New York City musicians Dave Harvey and the Backyard Boys to the park to call and provide music for an afternoon dance for visitors of all ages and abilities. The dance will be held at the Alpine Pavilion at Alpine Picnic Area and Boat Basin from 2 to 4 PM. All ages are welcome to give it a try, and no reservations, experience, or dance partners are needed to participate. Admission to the program is free. The program will be held rain or shine. The area is accessible to cars and cyclists from the park’s Alpine entrance at Alpine Approach Road, off U.S. Route 9W about half a mile north of Closter Dock Road, or to cars only from the Palisades Interstate Parkway at Exit 2. (Click here for detailed directions.) For additional information about the program, visitors can call 201-768-1360 ext. 108.
 
TODAY
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 3:00 PM
Selknam: Look Back to Look Forward
Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art – Artist-in-residence Elisa Pritzker’s solo exhibition “Selknam: Spirit, Ceremony, Selves” has been extended through September 30th, 2017. The installation, which gives voice to the Selknam tribe of Tierra del Fuego, extinct since the 1950’s, has caused a sensation in the artistic and academic community. Ms. Pritzker’s work has created such a stir that she has been asked to bring her work to a gallery in Argentina. The Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art (HVCCA) is extending the exhibition to give local schools a chance for a visit in the fall. In addition, Ms. Pritzker will give an artist talk on September 24th at 3pm at HVCCA. “Selknam: Look Back to Look Forward” will discuss the history of the Selknam people, their historic relevance today and how they inspired and directed her art and installation. Said Pritzker: “A gallery talk influences both the artist and the attendees. I like to face the unexpected questions. These allow me to comprehend angles of my work that I was not consciously aware of. I am always thankful to have this opportunity.” Ten years ago when Pritzker visited Patagonia, she felt an urgency to discover the people who had lived in Tierra del Fuego “before all the tourists came, speaking all different languages, from many cultures,” except for that of the Selknam, whose voices were gone. Pritzker began an in-depth study of the Selknam Tribe, using source materials from anthropologists and photographers, as well as learning to use their techniques for creating color and design. After intensive research, Pritzker realized how much the ancient cultures and traditions had to teach, and her solo show at HVCCA brings the viewer – stone by stone – into the Selknam realm. Elisa Pritzker, born in Argentina, now lives in upstate New York. Her work has appeared in exhibitions and museums worldwide.
 
TODAY
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 3:00 PM
Go Wild! Family Field Day
Stamford Museum & Nature Center – This year marks the 18th anniversary of the GLT’s Go Wild! annual family field day, widely regarded as the best family event in Greenwich! 2017 Co-Chairs, Ashley Fox and Maria Puntereri, and their enthusiastic committee have put together a fabulous event overflowing with classic family fun. All ages are invited to enjoy the al fresco party at the Greenwich Polo Fields at Conyers Farm in North Greenwich. Enormous hot air balloons will give GLT supporters a spectacular view of the expansive 62-acre preserve surrounding them. There will be something for everyone to enjoy – a rock climbing wall, petting zoo, bungee trampolines, inflatable maze, animal encounters, gaga courts, autumn crafts, and much more. Delicious food truck fare from Caffè Bon, Cowabunga, New Haven Pizza Truck, Spuds Your Way, and Taco Pacifco will be served throughout the day. Admission covers all rides, food and entertainment. Don’t miss this exciting event!
 
TODAY
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 4:00 PM
Songs of Summer Sunday Show presented by School of Rock
School of Rock Fairfield – The Songs of Summer show is a presentation of some of the greatest songs about Summer ever written. Janis Joplin, The Who, Sinatra, Travolta, Bananarama, Sly and The Family Stone, Weezer and more! This show covers several popular music genres and is perfect for students of any level. This show is FREE and open to the public, so come out and support our students!
 
TODAY
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 6:00 PM
SAVE the DATE : Phase 2 Open House!
Harvest Time Church – Save The Date! Join us for an evening of beautiful music, appetizers, fellowship, and an opportunity to contribute towards furnishing and equipping our new church home!
 
TODAY
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 7:00 PM
Movie Night: “Becoming Truly Human”
St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary – Grab a bag of popcorn: it’s movie night on our campus, Sunday, September 24, 7 o’clock. We’ll be screening Becoming Truly Human, a fascinating documentary that explores the rise of the “Nones,” i.e., those who check “none of the above” on religion surveys. Multiple research groups report that the number of Nones had risen from roughly 6% of the U.S. population in the 1990s to 25% as of 2015. However, little research existed on this growing demographic—until now. The film offers a cinematic portrait of eight Nones, each of whom shares his or her journey from religious affiliation to religious non-affiliation. The film hears from the Nones, both individually and as a group, as they share views about religion, God, the afterlife, and much more, thus offering a rare opportunity to listen in on a conversation that most religious adherents would never be invited into. (Teaser: one of the Nones, Basil, shares how his quest for spiritual wholeness ultimately leads him from religious non-affiliation to another level of spirituality.) On hand for the screening will be writer/director Dr. Nathan Jacobs. Jacobs is president of 5 SEES, one of the production companies involved with the film. Vice President of 5 SEES, Sarah Werner, will also be present at the showing. “Our research has found that because Nones are outside of religious circles, they rarely voice their thoughts on religion or even have the opportunity to do so,” said Jacobs. “It’s a powerful experience for these Nones to hear what others are thinking and know they are not alone.” Becoming Truly Human is the first feature film about America’s religiously unaffiliated, and North America’s first Orthodox Christian feature film. The film will begin its semi-theatrical release on August 22 via TheatriCast with marketing and promotion by Aspiration Studios. Freestyle Digital Media will handle the digital release of the film (Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, and so forth), beginning September 2017. DVD and Bluray sales will be handled by Ancient Faith, beginning October 2017.
 
TODAY
    Sunday Sep 24 @ 8:00 PM
John Popper Duo (Blues Traveler)
Fairfield Theatre Company – John Popper Duo "The Hits, The Stories, The Experience" SUN 9/24 • in The Warehouse FTC The harmonica wielding frontman of Blues Traveler, John Popper returns to FTC and in The Warehouse as a duo to share "The Hits, The Stories, The Experience." From 90s jam-rock stardom to completing an autobiography that The New Yorks calls “an offbeat, hilarious new memoir,” anticipate an evening of classic tunes (Run-Around, Hook, But Anyway), and entertaining stories including his relationship with H.OR.D.E Festival, Bill Graham, all the way to his involvement with the Grateful Dead. “Once the harp hits his lips, however, he shoots to life with unceasingly ferocious licks. He sings like he'll never do it again. He plays like he's racing against time.” – Syracuse.com
 
TOMORROW
    Monday Sep 25 - Sep 30 @ 5:00 AM
Fitness Week- Best Week Ever
The Edge Fitness Clubs – FRIENDS. FAMILY. FITNESS. FUN. FREE! Come any day. Come every day. Just don't miss it. EVENTS: Monday, September 25th: Outdoor Zumba Tuesday, September 26th: Cycling Master Classes Wednesday, September 27th: Sunset Yoga at the Beach Thursday, September 28th: Open Gym! Free Personal Training & Midnight Madness! Friday, September 29th: Edge Strong Morning Master Classes Saturday, September 30th: Les Mills Launch Party
 
TOMORROW
    Monday Sep 25 @ 11:30 AM
2017 Tee It Up for Scholars Golf and Dinner Fundraiser
Stamford Dollars for Scholars – Be captivated by the beauty and challenge of Rockrimmon Country Club while supporting education in our community. This year we are so pleased to host our Tee It Up for Scholars event at this critically acclaimed, Robert Trent Jones, Sr. venue. The golf will be exceptional, with perfectly manicured greens and challenging fairways. And we promise to provide sumptuous food and drink before during and after play. A fantastic BBQ lunch will greet each player upon arrival. Beverage and snack stations will be available during play. And golfers and dinner guests will enjoy the view from the main clubhouse during our reception and dinner.
 
TOMORROW
    Monday Sep 25 @ 12:00 PM
Power Tables at The Refuge
Elephant Networking – BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND Power Tables - a wildy successful networking event where we seat you at a small intimate table of 4-6 professionals. We curate each table with one objective: strong chances for synergy. People who have attended our prior Power Tables lunches have been raving about their experiences and requesting us to return to Suffolk. September 25th at THE REFUGE it is! How it works: Complete your reservation on Eventbrite. Let us know 3-5 ideal contacts for you (business owners, realtor, payroll company, etc...) Join us for lunch on 9/25 we will seat you at a well thought out, highly beneficial table. Why people love it: This structure allows for people to network efficiently with their only downside being lunch (and this restaurant is amazing so we are confident lunch will be a huge plus!) There is additional opportunity in the room after lunch where many people stay and linger to meet the other people in the room. We are attracting high caliber, approachable professionals. We are helping local restaurants attract new customers. You will never see us in a chain restaraunt (Sorry Applebee's!) You can control your cost by choosing from an unlimited menu. ***There will also be a table for business cards, promotional items, brochures, etc...*** ***Always remember the #1 commandment of networking - NO SELLING! We are a relationship focused organization. $10 for members/1st time guests $20 returning guests ***Admission is separate from lunch. Your investment is for our time and efforts in designing a top quality opportunity for all.***
 
TOMORROW
    Monday Sep 25 @ 3:30 PM
Tech Talent Pipeline Residency at Lehman College
Lehman College – Learn about Lehman's Tech Talent Pipeline Residency program at our next information session. This past summer, 25 Lehman computer science students worked as web and mobile developers at some of the City’s most dynamic tech companies and startups, including Time Inc. and Gestalt Interactive. The Residency began with a four-week training program overseen by the New York Code and Design Academy and focused on building web applications and introducing students to tech workplace skills. After completing the training, students began interning at companies such as Time Inc., where they worked on projects for TIME, People and Sports Illustrated magazines. Info on NYC Code Design is available at https://www.facebook.com/TheNewYorkCodeDeisgnAcademy To attend our information session, RSVP to ttpinfo.eventbrite.com
 
TOMORROW
    Monday Sep 25 @ 5:00 PM
Venue Rental Showcase
Stepping Stones Museum for Children – We know about inspiration. We know how to dazzle the senses. And with just a little bit of Stepping Stones magic, our talented team knows just how to take your vision and make it a reality. Our team is dedicated to making your special occasion be everything you want it to be. We are prepared to meet your every need. Come out to see our all of our event spaces, learn more about what we can do to make your event unforgettable!
 
TOMORROW
    Monday Sep 25 @ 7:00 PM
Football, Florida, And the Lost Soul of College Sports
Ridgefield Library – Ridgefield Library and Books on the Common are pleased to welcome back Mike McIntire to discuss his latest book Champions Way: Football, Florida, And the Lost Sould of College Sports. “Relentlessly reported, Champions Way is a rich, powerful, and at times chilling page-turner. More than giving us an exposé, McIntire serves up a first-rate narrative that will forever change the way readers look at one of the top college football programs in America.” — Jeff Benedict, best-selling author of The System: The Glory and Scandal of Big Time College Football. Mike McIntire is a Pulitzer Prize–winning investigative reporter at the New York Times and teaches journalism at New York University. His reporting on corruption in college sports for the Times was a Pulitzer finalist. He lives in Ridgefield, CT. Registration recommended.
 
TOMORROW
    Monday Sep 25 @ 7:00 PM
Fall EMT Course
Stamford EMS Academy – The 170-hour EMT program prepares students to take the state examinations for emergency medical technician certification in Connecticut. This course exceeds the 2009 US Department of Transportation (DOT) EMT Educational Standards.
 
TOMORROW
    Monday Sep 25 @ 7:30 PM
La La Land on StageOne
Fairfield Theatre Company – La La Land part of FTC Film Club MON 9/25 • on StageOne From the writer and director of Whiplash, La La Land tells the story of Mia (Emma Stone), an aspiring actress, and Sebastian (Ryan Gosling), a dedicated jazz musician, who are struggling to make ends meet in a city known for crushing hopes and breaking hearts. WINNER OF: 6 Academy Awards / 7 Golden Globe Awards / 8 Critics' Choice Awards
 
UPCOMING
    Tuesday Sep 26 @ 9:30 AM
Career Quest: US Customs & Border Protection Opportunities
Suffolk County Department of Labor, Licensing & Consumer Affairs – CAREER QUEST: AMERICA’S FRONTLINE US Customs & Border Protection Opportunities Presented at the Suffolk County One-Stop Employment Center 725 Veterans Memorial Highway, Hauppauge, NY 11788 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2017 • STARTS PROMPTLY AT 9:30am A Representative From US Customs and Border Protection Will Present An Informational Session To Discuss: • How To Apply For A Position And Navigate Through The Website • The Diversity Of Positions And Occupations • Career Advancement • Financial & Job Security • Health, Retirement & Insurance Benefits See any of our counselors, or phone (631) 853-6600 today to reserve your spot! Space is Limited…Must be pre-registered
 
UPCOMING
    Tuesday Sep 26 - Oct 6 @ 10:00 AM
IDNYC Visits CUNY on the Concourse
Lehman College – Heads up! Get your IDNYC at CUNY on the Concourse from September 26th to October 10th. Cardholders are eligible for a special 1 year membership to the Bronx Zoo, New York Botanical Garden and over 35 other cultural gems. CUNY ON THE CONCOURSE 2501 GRAND CONCOURSE, 3RD FL, RM. 342 BRONX, NY 10468 SEPTEMBER 26 - OCTOBER 10 HOURS: MONDAY - FRIDAY: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM THE SITE IS CLOSED EVERYDAY FROM 2-3PM
 
UPCOMING
    Tuesday Sep 26 @ 2:00 PM
Full STEAM ahead with Digital Arts Experience(DAE)!
The Digital Arts Experience – The Digital Arts Experience and Hip-Kid have teamed up to bring your kids some awesome classes beginning this fall! 3D Printing and Design Tuesdays 9/26 -12/5 (10 weeks) 5-6pm Ages 8-12 Students learn how to safely operate a 3D printer. Using Tinkercad, students will learn how to design and 3D print original objects from scratch! No class 10/31. Adventures in Scratch Wednesdays 9/27 - 12/6 (10 weeks) 5-6pm Ages 8-12 Students will explore coding and the ins and outs of creating games with Scratch. By the end of the class, students will have made their own games! No class 11/22. Minecraft Character Modeling Thursdays 9/28 - 12/7 (10 weeks) 5-6pm Ages 8-12 This class uses Blender, a 3D animation program to explore the world of modeling, texturing and animation! No class 11/23.