Newcanaan's HamletHub Sun, 26 Mar 2023 09:03:35 -0400 Register Today for the George Cogswell Memorial Fishing Derby!

New Canaan's 2023 Fishing Derby will take place on Saturday, April 15th at Mill Pond. The Pond will be stocked with over 400 trout including a few TROPHY FISH!

Registration begins at 8:30 am and Fishing is from 9:00 am – 11:00 am.

Register HERE.

Learn more via New Canaan Parks & Rec Facebook page 

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New Canaan Chamber Announces 2023 Community Cup

The New Canaan Chamber of Commerce, and the Rotary Clubs of New Canaan and Stamford are proud to announce that they will combine efforts this year and host the 2023 Community Cup – a charity golf event. As both the Chamber and the Rotary’s mission is to serve the community, winnings from the event will be directed to local nonprofit organizations.

The Tournament will be held at the Silvermine Golf Club on Monday, May 22nd, 2023.  The afternoon kicks off with a barbecue lunch followed by a 1:00 pm shotgun start and played in a “Shamble” format.

Four local businesses will be donating prize money for the teams with the lowest net score, to the local nonprofit of each foursome’s choosing – a real win-win! There will be a casual cocktail party and buffet dinner after the 18-hole tournament where other members of the community can join in on the fun.

The opportunity to play for your favorite local charity will not end with the top teams. There will be other challenges during the play (i.e., Longest Drive, Closest to the Pin) sponsored by a variety of local businesses. These contests will give all players the chance to have their winnings donated to charitable organizations as well.

While the goal of the 2023 Community Cup is to raise funds to support the Rotary’s Charitable works and the community events produced by the Chamber, we can all agree that a round of no-stress golf is an enjoyable way to make new connections and provide an opportunity to mix and mingle with nearby business and community leaders.

Learn more and register HERE.

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FC Buzz Weekend of Art and Culture in Fairfield County March 24-26

FC Buzz Weekend March 24-26

HamletHub is proud to partner with the Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County and FCBuzz to Elevate Arts and Culture in Fairfield County! Each week, look for a listing of weekend events and activities. The Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County celebrates the vibrancy and diversity of the arts and culture across the 15 towns in our region of coastal Fairfield County and each Wednesday issues our free eBuzz newsletter with a selection of the hundreds of events posted to our website.

Acoustic Alchemy

FTC StageOne, Fairfield

Friday, Marcy 24, 7:45 pm

This Grammy-nominated band is known for playing a distinctive blend of jazz, classical, flamenco, and new age. Top Ten Billboard jazz albums include The Beautiful Game, Grammy-nominated AArt, and Roseland, the latter of which marked the group's 30th anniversary. If you are into sophisticated instrumentals, this one’s for you.

“Pinky Patel: New Crown, Who Dhis Tour”

The Ridgefield Playhouse

Friday, March 24, 8:00 - 9:30 pm 

Get ready for hilarious commentary from the PTA mom turned creator, comedian and personality with a TikTok fan base of over 5 million. Pinky is best known for her viral videos from her glam cave. Don’t miss this fresh new comedian as she makes her Playhouse debut!

Cold “Year of the Spider” 20th Anniversary Tour

Wall Street Theater, Norwalk

Friday, March 24, 8:00 - 10:00 pm

Who’s ready to rock? These hard rockers  and nu-metal champions are featured on a dynamic 4-band bill that includes Divide the Fall, Awake for Days, Sygnal to Noise and Death Valley Dreams. It’s a live peek of the new album that hit No. 3 on the Billboard Top 200, on its way to Gold.

The Garden Shed

The MAC – Milford Arts Council

Saturday, March 25, 6:30 - 9:30 pm

Be the first to witness Connecticut's best up and coming bands, artists, and fashion presented by MC Doozy. This multi-genre show includes acts ranging from punk, to RnB, Indie and rock. Featuring: Pond View, Amar, Esmer, Brooke Dougan, SB Khi, with guest performer Edwin Camille. 

Bushwhacked! and Other Short Plays by Rosemary Foley

Greenwich Theatre Company

Saturday, March 25, 7:30 pm and Sunday, March 26, 2:00 pm

Celebrate Women’s History Month by entering the unique world of legendary local comedic playwright Rosemary Foley - featuring six absurd, satirical and darkly-funny short plays, along with three intimate monologues about Rosemary's life. Rosemary is a decades-long member of Connecticut's Theatre Artists Workshop, where she workshopped many of the plays in this production. 

Family Time at the Museum

The Norwalk Art Space 

Sunday, March 26, 12:00 - 2:00 pm

Calling all families! Experience a deeper understanding about how museums and art can be fun and meaningful through observation, drawing and sharing. This free event is open to students ages 11 and up | 16 spots per class | Registration required.

“In Light Of” Art Exhibit

Metro Art Studios, Bridgeport

Sunday, March 26, 12:00 - 4:00 pm

Don’t miss this stunning exhibit playing on light and dark, textures, and materials - dealing with themes of perception, environment, connection, and separation; many serene on the surface with depth and undercurrents for the viewer to explore. Participating artists include Tamara Dimitri, Nadia Martinez, and Debbie Smith. On view through May 6th in the ground floor Crown Gallery, Thursdays through Saturdays, 12-4 pm.

“Camera Works” Walk and Talk

Ridgefield Guild of Artists

Sunday, March 26, 2:00 - 4:00  pm

It’s the final view of this popular exhibit with a Walk and Talk featuring four of the participating artists in this year's show: Ralph Baskin, Debra Burger, Andrew Graham, and Phillip Stark. Come and hear them speak about their methods and inspirations.

“Norwalk Symphony Meets Beethoven”

Norwalk Concert Hall

Sunday, March 26, 3:00 - 5:00 pm

Members of the Norwalk Symphony will sit side-by-side with members of the Norwalk Youth Symphony's Principal Orchestra for this performance. Featuring the 2021 Concerto Competition Winner, Sadie Goodman, with Georges Hues' Fantasie for Flute and Orchestra and Beatrice Low performing the 1st movement of Wieniawski's Violin Concerto #2. Also on the program: Beethoven's Egmont Overture and Symphony No. 6. 

See these and discover hundreds more events on the FCBUZZ EVENTS page at Sign up for the Cultural Alliance eBuzz to receive top picks and spotlights each week in your inbox.

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RVNAhealth Proudly Introduces the Parkinson’s Center

RVNAhealth proudly announces the opening of the RVNAhealth Parkinson’s Center, located at 27 Governor Street, Ridgefield.

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is the second-most common neurodegenerative disease after Alzheimer's disease, affecting an estimated 10,000 people in CT, with the incidence of newly diagnosed cases rising. With the opening of its Center, RVNAhealth aims to become a premier and integral Parkinson’s resource to those diagnosed, their caregivers, and medical teams.

The Parkinson’s Resource Gap

Gigi Weiss, MSPT, CADDCT, LSVT BIG, AIB-VR, Parkinson’s Center Director, explained the importance of this new RVNAhealth community resource, “People with Parkinson’s and their and families are frustrated! We’ve heard numerous stories from patients who felt somewhat stranded and confused after their PD diagnosis. Truth of the matter is that a playbook for Parkinson’s doesn’t exist and there are very limited local resources available to help. At RVNAhealth, we realized we had the ability to fill this gap and make a difference in the lives of the PD community. Many do not realize that they can effectively slow the progression of Parkinson’s disease with the proper tools, resources, education, and support. We are here to provide that Parkinson’s support to the whole patient – mind, body, spiritual – with these needs met all in one place.”

About the RVNAhealth Parkinson’s Center

The RVNAhealth Parkinson’s Center is a multi-disciplinary team, certified through the Parkinson’s Foundation, that works together to help each center member from all angles of health. The rehabilitation team consists of physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, occupational therapists, and speech and language pathologists – all LSVT BIG and LSVT LOUD certified. Additional resources of the Parkinson’s Center include a dedicated medical doctor, registered nurse, and registered dietitian; a team of mental health professionals, including social work and spiritual care; a resource library comprised of local and national resources; a video library of exercises and support tools; a monthly newsletter; and access to the RVNAhealth Continuum of Services.

Kate Campbell, DPT, SCS, Cert. MDT, CSCS, LSVT BIG, Parkinson’s Center Program Manager, provided more details, “The Parkinson’s Center aims to become a central resource to help develop, coordinate, and support the best possible proactive attack against Parkinson’s disease for our members. Here, people with Parkinson’s will take control of a difficult diagnosis with the help of trained specialists to support them, their caregiver and family. In addition to supporting our members and family, we look forward to partnering with the medical community to develop the most needed programs to support their Parkinson’s patients.”

The Center is comprised of three main components: exercise classes led by physical therapists; monthly programs, including support groups to address mental health, activities to promote social engagement, and education on disease awareness and management; and “PD Bootcamp”. Campbell described RVNAhealth’s unique PD Bootcamp, “PD Bootcamp is an eight-week intensive program that leads the person with Parkinson’s through bi-weekly exercise classes and one-on-one sessions with members of the Parkinson’s Center interdisciplinary clinical team to create an individualized care plan to help them continue living their best life with Parkinson's.”

RVNAhealth’s Parkinson’s Center Kickoff Starts in April!

April officially kicks off the opening of the Parkinson’s Center with a few key community events, including an exercise lecture on April 6th at the Ridgefield Library and a cooking class on April 12th at RVNAhealth--all focused on Parkinson’s disease. All event and registration details can be found online through the RVNAhealth calendar at

On April 20th, RVNAhealth will host a “Welcome to the Parkinson’s Center” event at its offices in Ridgefield. Attendees will meet the entire team, experience short lecture discussions, and learn more about what the RVNAhealth Parkinson’s Center has planned. Vendors with Parkinson’s-related offerings and expertise will also be available. Details and registration can be found on our website calendar or by contacting us at 203.438.5555 x1082. You may also learn more about the Parkinson’s Center at

Theresa Santoro, MSN, RN, CHCA, President and CEO of RVNAhealth, “I am extremely proud of the work our team has put into creating this much-needed program for those affected by Parkinson’s. The Parkinson’s Center is an excellent example of how we continue to grow and evolve in our mission to serve the lifelong health and wellness needs of our communities. We look forward to sharing our Parkinson’s Center with those affected and giving each person and their family the tools and confidence to live their best life.”

RVNAhealth is a private, non-profit, mission-driven organization founded and focused on care and dedicated to serving the lifelong health and wellness needs of individuals in the 35+ communities we serve across Connecticut. While our name and services have evolved since our founding as a home health care agency in 1914, our guiding principles have remained steadfast: a mission to serve, exceptional patient care, and a commitment to excellence in quality and service.

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Yoga Series for Arthritis and Chronic Pain at The Carriage Barn

Yoga Series for Arthritis and Chronic Pain at The Carriage Barn, six Tuesdays, April 11 – May 16, 12-1pm

“Yoga for Arthritis and Chronic Pain” is a program designed specifically to support the health and well-being of those living with Arthritis.

Research on this program has demonstrated increased mobility, reduced pain, better mood and enhanced quality of life for people living with arthritis. 

Class is taught by Jody Kesten, E-RYT 500, Authorized Teacher of Meditation. Jody has passionately taught yoga for over 20 years.

Register for this six-week series $120 nonmembers / $100 members

Learn more =>

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Prospects at The Prospector Theater Speak Out on World Down Syndrome Day

Today, Tuesday, March 21, 2023 is World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD), a global awareness day that has been officially observed by the United Nations since 2012.

The date for WDSD being the 21st day of the 3rd month, was selected to signify the uniqueness of the triplication (trisomy) of the 21st chromosome which causes Down syndrome, according to WDSD official website.

The Prospector Theater says, “Happy World Down Syndrome Day! This year's theme is "with us, not for us." We want YOU to work with us in creating more competitive and inclusive employment for people with disabilities!” 

Check out the Prospector’s video featuring several Prospects including 40-year-old Kris Mann who says, “I have Down Syndrome, and I love it… if they don’t like it… that’s them, not me.”

Learn more about the Prospector:


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The Town Players of New Canaan present DROP DEAD by Billy Van Zandt and Jane Milmore on stage April 21 through May 7

The Town Players of New Canaan present Drop Dead April 21 through May 7

“Drop Dead!” is a play about a bad stage production, similar to "The Play That Goes Wrong" or “Play On”. Most of the action takes place on a stage that has to be transformed to resemble the low-budget “off-off-off-off Broadway” stage called for in the script.
Purchase your tickets HERE.

The stage, which is said to have been created on a $35 budget, is complete with uneven walls and defective props. Even the furniture is painted into the background.

At Town Players of New Canaan, we're so used to doing all the little things that make a set look really good, this is gonna be a challenge to continually remind ourselves NOT to do those things, and rather to make the set look the part!
Produced by: DEBORAH BURKE


Stage Manager: SHEILA TONER


Piggy Banks: JIM PARRY
Constance Crawford: ELAYNE GORDON
Chaz Looney: AUSTIN HOWE
Alabama Miller: AMY PLENT
Debbie Scorsese: SARAH SHERWOOD


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The Carriage Barn Art Center Call for Submissions for Contemporary Art Show

The Carriage Barn Art Center has announced details of the organization's 34th annual juried contemporary art show "Spectrum," opening April 28, 2023. The exhibit will be juried by Rachael Placios and Heather Gaudio of New Canaan's Heather Gaudio Fine Art.

Spectrum is a juried exhibition of original, contemporary artwork by local and regional artists, and invites submissions in all media. Works must have been completed in the last two years and not previously exhibited at the Carriage Barn Arts Center. The jurors will review original works that speak to the theme of PASSAGES.

“Heather Gaudio Fine Art specializes in emerging and established artists, exhibiting works on paper, photography, painting, sculpture and site-specific installations," says Hilary Wittmann, executive director of the Carriage Barn Arts Center. "It's a tremendous honor to collaborate with Heather and gallery director Rachael on Spectrum, and a wonderful opportunity for artists to submit work for consideration."

Artists can find complete details and submit work for consideration online at, the deadline is April 2. The exhibit opens on April 27 with a reception from 6-8pm. Gallery hours are Wednesday - Saturday from 10am-3pm and Sunday from 1-5pm and the exhibit will run through Saturday, May 27.

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New Canaan Color Drop this Saturday! Enter to Win Prizes!

This Saturday, March 25 at 10 am, a helicopter will release 2,000 golf balls over a target at Waveny. Each ball will be numbered individually and the participant whose ball lands closest to the target will be the winner of one of the grand prizes below! 

All participants will receive their assigned numbers prior to the drop. The winning golf ball will be announced immediately following the contest.

100% of the proceeds will be donated to need-based college scholarships for NCHS graduates.   

Click HERE to purchase golf balls ($25 each)

The New Canaan High School Scholarship Foundation (NCSF) began in 1967. Each year, need-based scholarships are awarded to deserving NCHS graduates who are pursuing higher education at the undergraduate level.  In 2022 the Scholarship Foundation distributed $135,000 to 50 deserving graduates and post graduates of NCHS for an average scholarship of $2,700.   Students may be awarded scholarships from the general fund, and may also qualify for named scholarships which are created by donors in honor of an individual or organization.  The goal of the NCSF is to increase the amount of our general fund and to build our endowment.  Ultimately our hope is to ease the financial burden on the families and students by increasing the amount of each scholarship.


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Why Small Businesses Matter: RZ Connection

Why Small Businesses Matter

Shop small, do big things for your community

Why Small Businesses Matter puts a spotlight on the local merchants who donate their time, talent, goods, and services for the betterment of our community. The shop local movement spreads virally as local businesses who are “tagged” have the opportunity to share their story!

You’re IT RZ Connection!

Three questions with Randi Hutton founder of RZ Connection LLC

RZ Connection LLC provides professional organizing, move management, downsizing and estate services.

Why did you start your business?

I have a friend whose basement was full of items inherited from both her and her husband’s families. I offered to help and quickly realized that added breathing space and mental clarity came with decluttering and organizing. The benefits were so apparent, I thought I could create a business of professional organizing.

What are your most popular services?

Organizing for a Move, Selling items of value and Estate Services. My services all tend to be intertwined. Organizing for a Move, for instance, often means also selling items of value.

Have you reimagined your small business?

Yes. I started RZC in Fairfield County. Then our services reached Westchester County, Manhattan and Brooklyn, New York. This past year we expanded into Florida. I will increase our reach further in the coming year.

Visit RZ Connection online and on Facebook here.

HamletHub thanks Fairfield County Bank for making our Why Small Businesses Matter series possible!

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Metro North Railroad New Canaan Branch Line Temporary Closure Alert!

Connecticut Department of Transportation announced that the Metro-North Railroad New Canaan Branch line will be out of service from May 30 through August 2023, to expedite track improvements. 

During this period, Metro-North will provide bus service between New Canaan and Stamford.  When completed, the track improvements will allow for the elimination of an existing speed restriction in the Stamford area.

The Town of New Canaan will announce options for New Canaan Railroad Parking permit holders as soon as they become available and will post updates on the homepage. 

For more information from the CT Department of Transportation, click here

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FC Buzz St. Patrick's Day Weekend of Arts and Culture in Fairfield County


FC Buzz Weekend March 17 - March 19

HamletHub is proud to partner with the Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County and FCBuzz to Elevate Arts and Culture in Fairfield County! Each week, look for a listing of weekend events and activities. The Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County celebrates the vibrancy and diversity of the arts and culture across the 15 towns in our region of coastal Fairfield County and each Wednesday issues our free eBuzz newsletter with a selection of the hundreds of events posted to our website.

Top ‘o the mornin’, evenin’, and afternoon to ya! This St Patrick’s Weekend is pure gold! A full rainbow of arts and cultural events that will delight lucky audiences all over Fairfield County. Enjoy!

St. Patrick’s Day with the Highland Rovers and Green Eyed Lady 21+

StageOne at FTC, Fairfield

Friday, March 17, 5:30 pm

Happy St. Patty’s Day! It’s a treasure trove of all that is fair, lively, and true about the sounds of the Emerald Isle. HRB’s multi-layered, upbeat, and danceable music showcases their universal appeal to both mainstream modern rock lovers and culturally diverse audiences searching for a distinct Celtic flavor.

Jim Royle Drum Studio Steel Pan Fundraising Concert

Saugatuck Congregational Church, Westport

Friday, March 17, 7:00 - 9:00 pm 

This concert features Jim Royle Ensembles D, C, B and A, along with special guests Mystic Bowie and Silver Steel! The proceeds of this concert will go to a student mission trip to the hills of Jamaica to teach and share the love of steel pan with students from the Accompong Maroon Youth Culture Camp, on behalf of the Mystic Bowie Cultural Center. 

DANCE is in the AIR

Darien Arts Center

Friday and Saturday, March 17-18, 7:30 - 9:00 pm

Love, passion, and playfulness is at the heart of East Coast Contemporary Ballet’s Winter Season dance performance. Enjoy four neoclassical and contemporary love duets, including excerpts from Manon and Carmen, and an original and fresh world premiere.

The Rocky Horror Show

Music Theatre of Connecticut, Norwalk

Friday & Saturday, March 17-18, 8 pm

Saturday & Sunday, March 18-19, 2 pm

A humorous, naughty, and wildly entertaining cult-classic musical closes out MTC’s 36th MainStage Season. This show takes place on a stormy night when Brad and Janet, a simple engaged couple, get their lives turned upside down by Frank ‘N’ Furter and his household of strange Transylvanians. Running four weekends through April 8th.

Colleens of Comedy

The Palace Theatre, Stamford

Friday, March 17, 8:00 - 10:00 pm

Get ready to burst out laughing with Jane Condon and Kendra Cunningham. Greenwich native comedian Jane Condon has been dubbed by the Associated Press as “an upper crust Roseanne.” Boston-bred and Brooklyn-based, Kendra Cunningham has been named as a comic to watch by Time Out New York and has been compared to Groucho Marx and Mae West by the UK’s Chortle.

“Mio Yamato: 呼吸する星 / The Breathing Star”

Heather Gaudio Fine Art Gallery, New Canaan

Saturday, March 18, 4:00 - 6:00 pm

Marking the Japanese artist’s first solo gallery exhibition in the United States, this show features newly created works along with a site-specific installation. In Yamato’s works, the ubiquitous dots of paint or ink are delicately deposited on the surface, making for quietly expressive compositions. The dotted arrangements render movement, gradation, and a sense of depth, mutating to create allusions to the natural world that extend beyond the picture plane. On view through April 29th


Loft Artists Association Gallery, Stamford

Saturday, March 18, 4:00-6:00 pm

Out the windows. Inside the windows. This exhibit is all about what the member artists of the Loft see, what they don’t see, and what they hope to see. On view through April 16th.

Spring Exhibition: “Rainbow in the Dark”

MoCA Westport

Saturday, March 18, 6:00 - 8:00 pm

Get ready for the opening reception for a solo exhibit by German contemporary artist Anselm Reyle. Reyle’s best-known works include foil-and-strip paintings and sculptures. Remnants of consumer society, discarded materials, symbols of urbanity, and industrial change play a central role in his works. The exhibition includes 20 of his works, including a site-specific neon installation. Curated by Emann Odufu, an art activist, independent filmmaker, producer, screenwriter and digital media specialist. On view through May 28th.

 “When Folklore Meets Choral” 

Norwalk Concert Hall

Saturday, March 18, 7:30 - 9:30 pm

The Fairfield County Chorale, led by David Rosenmeyer, presents Argentine-born Rosenmeyer with music of Latin America and the 80-member Chorale performing Ariel Ramírez’ Misa Criolla, one of the earliest masses to be written in Spanish following the Second Vatican Council. The concert will also explore the music of the Andes and the Pampas of Latin America, through the songs of indigenous people.

Robert Klein

SHU Community Theatre, Fairfield

Saturday, March 18, 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

It promises to be an evening you won’t forget. Get ready to laugh, chuckle, giggle, and roar with the comedian that Jerry Seinfeld once exclaimed, “... was The Beatles of comedy to me.” For more than 40 years, Robert Klein has been making audiences laugh and critics cheer on Broadway, television and film. 

An Evening with Dennis Collins

The Palace Theatre, Stamford

Saturday, March 18, 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

It has been said that the smooth, soulful voice of singer Dennis Collins goes straight to the heart of all who hear him! A truly gifted artist, Collins is a member of a rare breed of singers, with the ability to interpret many different musical styles. Dennis has recorded and performed with a wide range of artists such as Bob Dylan, Smokey Robinson, Bruce Springsteen, Willie Nelson, Whitney Houston, James Taylor, Carole King, Billy Joel, Steely Dan, David Bowie, Beyoncé, Alicia Keys, Jon Batiste, and many others!

Marvelous Metamorphoses

Carriage Barn Arts Center, New Canaan

Sunday, March 19, 1:00 pm

Bring the family to an engaging Sova Dance & Puppet Theater performance that brings nature's cycles to life through song, dance and the art of puppetry. Celebrate beautiful transformations in our world and the ecological health of our planet! All ages welcome.

“The Complete Beethoven Violin Sonatas”

Suzuki Music Schools, Westport 

Sunday, March 19, 4:00 - 6:00 pm

The second in a concert series, join award-winning violinist Andrew Smith, director of the Suzuki Music Schools, and Grammy-nominated pianist Joshua Pierce as they continue to explore the genius of Beethoven.

“Women of Abstract Expressionism”

The Ridgefield Library

Tuesday, March 21, 6:30 pm 

Examine the careers of four groundbreaking women artists affiliated with the Abstract Expressionist movement: Perle Fine, Grace Hartigan, Joan Mitchell, and Helen Frankenthaler. Wine and cheese will be served.

See these and discover hundreds more events on the FCBUZZ EVENTS page at Sign up for the Cultural Alliance eBuzz to receive top picks and spotlights each week in your inbox.

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Come Shopping with Dhar Bazaar at The Carriage Barn on March 20

Shopping with Dhar Bazaar at The Carriage Barn on Monday, March 20th from 4pm-8pm and Tuesday, March 21st 11am-5pm.

You are warmly invited to a remarkable showcase of sublime table settings to set the stage for 2023 Summer Entertaining 

Discover our latest collections from India! Find luxurious throws crafted in Amritsar, beautiful travel bags made in Kashmir, delicate semi-precious jewelry from Mumbai and exquisite Muslin scarves originating from Bengal.

20% Of Sale Will Go To The Carriage Barn Arts Center

Learn more =>

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Sunset Wine Party comes to Country Club of New Canaan May 7 and Supports Filling in the Blanks!

Sunset Wine Party comes to New Canaan on Sunday, May 7 from 6 to 9 pm

Get ready to experience Fairfield County's first and only wine shopping event in New Canaan at the gorgeous Country Club of New Canaan. A fundraiser for Filling in the Blanks - 100% of net proceeds will go to FITB.

Reserve your spot HERE.

- Taste over 30 wines at the BMW of Darien Grand Wine Tasting Room as you swirl your way through their different styles curated by DB Fine Wines.

- Sample decadent bites from our grazing tables by Sweet Bean Events

- Purchase a glass of wine (Red, White, Rosé) at our dedicated Wine BTG Bar (cash and credit cards accepted)

- Listen to great DJ sessions

- Order the wines you love with our Sommlike Mobile Web, pick up in the store, or get them delivered right to your door! It doesn't get easier than that: taste, love, buy!

- Kindly sponsored by Element Aesthetic Medical CT and Rock, Paper, Scissors Custom Events.

Join us in celebrating the simple pleasures of life during a magical evening that will be anything but simple!

Learn more and reserve your spot HERE.


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New Canaan High School Student Art Exhibit Opens on Thursday

Through Our Eyes XI Student Exhibit

On Thursday, March 16 "Through Our Eyes XI," the annual exhibit of artwork by New Canaan High School students opened at the Carriage Barn Arts Center. 

The exhibit includes the most original and successful pieces created in various media over the past year.  All are welcome to see the exhibit in the gallery through April 1. 

Hours are Wed-Sat 10am-3pm and Sun 1-5pm.

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