Westport's HamletHub https://news.hamlethub.com/westport Thu, 20 Jun 2019 15:20:07 -0400 HamletHub.com Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Networking Event Tomorrow Officially Launches Yorktown HamletHub https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/neighbors/46002-ribbon-cutting-ceremony-and-networking-event-officially-launches-yorktown-hamlethub46002-ribbon-cutting-ceremony-and-networking-event-officially-launches-yorktown-hamlethub https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/neighbors/46002-ribbon-cutting-ceremony-and-networking-event-officially-launches-yorktown-hamlethub46002-ribbon-cutting-ceremony-and-networking-event-officially-launches-yorktown-hamlethub

 

The Yorktown HamletHub Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Networking Event will be held on Thursday, June 20, 2019 at 5:30-7PM at the Jefferson Valley Mall "Hub" 2nd Floor, 650 Lee Blvd, Yorktown Heights, NY. The official ribbon cutting is scheduled for 6PM and the evening holds more in store!

Yorktown HamletHub is a free digital publication focused on Yorktown. All are welcome to read, submit, and share positive news about Yorktown on their interactive website. Visitors can sign up for a daily e-newsletter, browse the community calendar, and follow them on their social media platforms. Yorktown HamletHub joins over 50 HamletHub sites in NY and CT.

Since Yorktown HamletHub's location is in cyberspace, the Jefferson Valley Mall has offered the use of their "Hub" co-working space for the event which will include light refreshments, raffle prizes, a free 15 minute productivity workshop, and ample networking opportunities. "Boost Your Productivity: Clear Your Way to a Profitable Path" workshop will be presented by Lisa Zawrotny of Positively Productive Systems. Lisa is a Certified Life Coach specializing in Productivity & Organizing.

Margaret and Peter Carey have been HamletHub editors since 2015, starting with Brewster and expanding into New Fairfield, Carmel, Somers, and now, Yorktown. "Our mission is to share positive news and information about the communities we cover," explains Margaret, "Yorktown is filled with interesting places, businesses, community organizations, educational opportunities, events, and so much more. We are thrilled to have Yorktown as our latest HamletHub and look forward to helping people read and share stories about the community." 

Special thanks to sponsors, Master IT Media LLC, Yorktown Chamber of Commerce, and Jefferson Valley Mall.

RSVP at www.masteritmedia.com/yorktown to receive a special gift. If you can't wait until the ribbon cutting, sign up for the Yorktown HamletHub free e-newsletter at www.YorktownHamletHub.com


Yorktown HamletHub online digital publication providing free information about the events, places and people in the five Yorktown hamlets of Mohegan Lake, Shrub Oak, Jefferson Valley, Crompond, and Yorktown Heights and the surrounding area. Yorktown HamletHub consists of a website, social media platforms, a daily e-newsletter and a free community calendar that is linked to the 50 other neighboring HamletHubs in NY and CT. Kerry Anne Ducey founded Ridgefield’s Talk of the Town in 2009, a small blog that showcased local happenings and stories in Ridgefield, CT.  In 2011, Kerry Anne decided to share the popular and successful "Talk Of The Town" online news model with other towns and founded HamletHub LLC, a network of hyperlocal news sites. From 2012 through 2019, HamletHub has earned prestigious Connecticut Press Club Awards for original journalism and storytelling on the Web. 

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kerry@ducey.org (Master It Media) Neighbors Wed, 19 Jun 2019 06:49:00 -0400
Newton Roux Art Gallery Presents First Group Show Featuring Four Artists from the Artists Collective of Westport https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/places/46029-newton-roux-art-gallery-presents-first-group-show-featuring-four-artists-from-the-artists-collective-of-westport46029-newton-roux-art-gallery-presents-first-group-show-featuring-four-artists-from-the-artists-collective-of-westport https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/places/46029-newton-roux-art-gallery-presents-first-group-show-featuring-four-artists-from-the-artists-collective-of-westport46029-newton-roux-art-gallery-presents-first-group-show-featuring-four-artists-from-the-artists-collective-of-westport

Newton Roux Art Gallery Presents First Group Show “Simpatico”

Newton Roux Gallery ​is a contemporary art space in Bedford Square in downtown Westport focused on emerging realist and abstract painters. Its next exhibition will be its first group show called "Simpatico" featuring works by four artists from the Artists Collective of Westport ​and runs from July 6th through August 25th, 2019. The four participating artists are Hernan Garcia, Larry Gordon, Barbara Marks, and Jay Petrow.

The opening reception will be held on Saturday, July 13th from 6pm to 8pm and is open to the public. All are welcome to come and meet the artists in person and enjoy complimentary wine and beer while viewing the work.

All pieces are for sale through the gallery by appointment or online at https://www.newtonroux.com

Newton Roux Gallery, at 14 Elm Street, occupies the 2nd floor corridor connecting Barbour and Whip Salon in the new Bedford Square retail complex in downtown Westport. The entrance is at the top of the stairs across the street from The Spotted Horse. Owners Amy Pal and Kevin Manley created the gallery to help promote talented emerging local artists, create synergies between the gallery and surrounding Bedford Square and Church Lane merchants, and make the buying process transparent and easy for collectors while leveraging an underutilized space with natural foot traffic. The gallery is open during the normal business hours of Bedford Square.


Artist Bios

Hernan Garcia

Born in Bogota, Colombia, Hernan received a bachelor’s degree in both architecture and fine arts. He pursued further education at Scuola per Il arte E Il restauro Di Firenze,Italy. He continued his education in Italy studying semiotics in Milan. After some years teaching and writing in the academy in Bogota, he emigrated to USA in 2000, living and working in Miami, New York and now in Connecticut. Hernan’s work (including paintings, drawings and others 3D mediums) has been exhibited in solo and group shows in galleries and art fairs throughout the United States, Canada as well as Europe and Latin America. His work can be found in both public, corporate and private collections. Currently based in Redding he also writes articles on the theories of art, music and contemporary art with a particular focus on language and communication.

Larry Gordon - www.gordonstudio.net

Larry Gordon, founding principal of an architectural firm, received his Bachelor of Architecture from The Cooper Union School of Art and Architecture and his M. Arch from MIT on a Compton Fellowship. His love of painting dates back to his attendance at Music & Art High School and The Arts Student League in NYC. He was adjunct Associate Professor at New York Institute of Technology and a visiting critic at City University Larry has continuously been involved in the arts as a painter - dividing his day between his architectural practice and painting.

He believes both arts complement each other and reinforce the creative process. His work has been exhibited in both group and solo shows.

Barbara Marks http://www.barbarammarks.com/

Barbara Marks is a multidisciplinary artist based in Connecticut. She is known for her small-scale, square, colorful, paintings that are semi-abstract in nature—suggesting interior spaces, landscapes, and objects. Her work calls attention to the commonplace and the local. A child of the sixties, Marks grew up in Westport, Connecticut. She attended college, studying anthropology, until she fell into graphic design. In 1978, she established her own studio specializing in book design. In 2001, she left that behind to study painting at Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, earning a BFA (2005) followed by an MFA from Brooklyn College CUNY (2008). Since then, Marks has been awarded artist residencies in Italy, France, and across the United States and has shown her work throughout the Northeast.

Jay Petrow aypetrowfineart.com

Jay Petrow, earned a BA in fine arts from Middlebury College. After graduating, Petrow had a long career as an editorial art director in New York City working for major consumer magazines such as Sports Illustrated, Time and BusinessWeek. In the last 10 years Petrow has made major changes in his painting approach and his career. He gravitated to painting abstract expressionist works to explore his inner world and his emotional state in dealing with his son’s autism. Studying with abstract painters at Silvermine Arts Center in New Canaan, Petrow’s art has been on view in solo shows at local libraries and represented in group shows at the Westport Arts Center and the Silvermine Arts Center. Petrow was recently accepted into the Silvermine Guild of Artists and had an artist residency at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts (VCCA) in early 2019. He has an upcoming stay as the artist in residence at Weir Farm National Historic Site. Petrow also owns the Westport landscape company, PetrowGardens Landscape Design (petrowgardens.com), where he designs abstract meadows using native grasses and perennials.

 

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kerry@ducey.org (Newton Roux Gallery) Places Tue, 18 Jun 2019 15:26:32 -0400
Why Small Businesses Matter in Westport: Digital RockStar Agency https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/places/46028-why-small-businesses-matter-in-westport-digital-rockstar-agency46028-why-small-businesses-matter-in-westport-digital-rockstar-agency https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/places/46028-why-small-businesses-matter-in-westport-digital-rockstar-agency46028-why-small-businesses-matter-in-westport-digital-rockstar-agency

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 Digital RockStar Agency!
 
Three questions with Eddie Woods, Founder & Executive Producer Digital RockStar Agency, LLC
 
Why did you start your business?
 
Digital Rockstar Agency is a "Video First" digital marketing agency. I started the company because I believe that there is a story behind every business that deserves to be told, and every company and the people within it are unique. 
 
We love working with entrepreneurial-driven companies and professionals to help them create online video and other digital content that helps to reveal their story to their ideal audience, in a way that engages and inspires their audience to action.

Finish this sentence in regard to your business: "I wish I could"...
 
I wish I could reach 1 million small and medium-sized businesses to introduce them to a better way to get started using online video. I would show them that creating quality videos does not have to be an arduous, expensive endeavor, but rather an easy, fun and highly effective way to reach and engage new audiences and new customers, that can be done without spending an arm and a leg. 
 
Best selling service or product?
 
Our latest and best selling service is called "You Shoot It Video!" Digital RockStar Agency has come up with a new video production idea and model that is easy to use and much more cost effective for businesses to get started creating engaging video content with.

The concept is simple:

  • Since most people today are basically carrying around a mini-television studio in their pockets anyway, they might as well use it to capture some video footage for their business.
  • With a little guidance from us, you will be able to shoot the type of footage that we can edit together, to produce great videos from.
  • You Shoot the Video Footage, We Edit & Produce It for You!
  • It’s Easy, Fast & Affordable
  • You can shoot it on your smartphone, video camera, webcam, GoPro, drone, or virtually any other digital video camera you have access to… and our professional video editors and producers will take it from there!
  • We’ll make your videos look Professional, we’ll make them Social, we’ll make them Pop!!!
  • With “You Shoot It Video,” you’ll get consistent social video content without the high costs & technical headaches normally associated with video.

Visit Digital Rock Star Agency online here.  Digital Rock Star is located at 500 Post Road East, Suite 248 in Westport.

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

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kerry@ducey.org (Eddie Woods Founder & Executive Producer Digital RockStar Agency, LLC) Places Mon, 17 Jun 2019 10:53:44 -0400
Kick Off Summer at The Ridgefield Playhouse with Jon Batiste and Stay Human on June 21 https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/events/46026-kick-off-summer-at-the-ridgefield-playhouse-with-jon-batiste-and-stay-human-on-june-2146026-kick-off-summer-at-the-ridgefield-playhouse-with-jon-batiste-and-stay-human-on-june-21 https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/events/46026-kick-off-summer-at-the-ridgefield-playhouse-with-jon-batiste-and-stay-human-on-june-2146026-kick-off-summer-at-the-ridgefield-playhouse-with-jon-batiste-and-stay-human-on-june-21

Premium Show-only tickets JUST RELEASED!

Kick off summer with dinner, open bar and a great night of live music at The Ridgefield Playhouse Summer Gala, featuring “Late Show” band leader Jon Batiste and his band Stay Human on Friday, June 21 – the first day of summer!

The gala, which benefits The Playhouse (a non-profit, 501 (c) (3)), begins at 5:30pm and includes dishes prepared by local restaurants, beverages provided by local brewers, wineries and distilleries and a chance to bid on fabulous silent auction items outside under a tent on the baseball field next to The Playhouse. Jon Batiste and Stay Human will perform in the theater at 8pm.

Batiste is a globally celebrated musician, educator, bandleader and television personality whose musical skill, artistic vision and exuberant charisma make him a triple threat with unlimited potential. Recognized for his originality, jaw-dropping talent and dapper sense of style, he transitions from commanding the piano with virtuosic skill to soulfully crooning to wailing on the “harmonaboard” (a kind of harmonica and keyboard) to curating unique "social music" experiences all over the world. Born into a long lineage of Louisiana musicians, Batiste eventually went on to receive both his undergraduate and masters degrees in piano from the Juilliard School and formed his band, Stay Human. This show is part of the Moffly Media Evening of Art Wine & Jazz Series and Pepsi Rock Series powered by Xfinity. Media sponsor for this show is WFUV.

The Ridgefield Playhouse is grateful for the support of Silver Sponsors: Berisford & Stockel Families, Ann & Steve Carlson, De Clercq Office Group, Adam R. Rose & Peter R. McQuillan and Lisa & Michael Shinall; Restaurant Sponsors: Atria Senior Living Culinary Chefs, Bareburger, The Cake Box, Odeen’s Barbecue, Some Things Fishy Catering, Southwest Café, Tablao, Tequila Escape, The Village Tavern and Whistle Stop Bakery; Beverage Sponsors: Asylum Distillery, Campari, Corona Premier, Founders Brewing Company, Got Attitude Vodka, Half Full Brewery, Nod Hill Brewery, Pacifico Clara, Pera Wines, Reverie Brewing Company, The Wine Trust, and Treasury Wine Estates; Additional Support by Abbey Tent & Party Rentals, Hollandia Nurseries, Pepsi, Reliance Merchant Services & Reli-Bid.

Band leader, Jon Batiste has performed with such artists as Stevie Wonder, Prince, Willie Nelson, Lenny Kravitz, Ed Sheeran, and Mavis Staples. The Louisiana native began as a percussionist in his family’s band The Batiste Brothers Band at the age of eight. He switched to piano at age eleven and in addition to taking classical lessons began transcribing songs from video games such as Streetfighter Alpha and Sonic Hedgehog. He studied with Trombone Shorty at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts and later attended Julliard. He made his debut at The Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam at age 20, producing and performing his own show and went on to conduct music classes and clinics throughout the Netherlands, eventually returning to play Carnegie Hall in New York City.

For Batiste’s latest album Hollywood Africans he worked with the legendary T Bone Burnett. Batiste states, “The goal was just to collaborate on something that felt authentic to both of us. What we came up with was an intimate, stripped-down portrait of who I am, and the lineage of musicians and performers who are really vital to my work and to his. On this record, I want us to bop, dance, laugh and cry to the sound of the music while we remember our black heroes and wield the superpowers they left us with. Because of them, I don't have to wear a mask. I get to be who I am.”

For tickets ($75- $175) call or visit the box office, 203-438-5795 or go online at ridgefieldplayhouse.org. The Ridgefield Playhouse is a non-profit performing arts center located at 80 East Ridge, parallel to Main Street, Ridgefield, CT.

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kerry@ducey.org (The Ridgefield Playhouse) Events Mon, 17 Jun 2019 09:11:50 -0400
Westport's June 20 "Make Waves Day" Supports Fight Against Cancer https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/events/46027-westport-s-june-20-make-waves-day-supports-fight-against-cancer46027-westport-s-june-20-make-waves-day-supports-fight-against-cancer https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/events/46027-westport-s-june-20-make-waves-day-supports-fight-against-cancer46027-westport-s-june-20-make-waves-day-supports-fight-against-cancer

Westport, CT - It’s time to shop & dine for a cause! Mark your calendar for the third annual “Make Waves Day” on Thursday, June 20, with Westport area restaurants and retailers. This annual event is a community fundraising initiative with Swim Across America Fairfield County to help raise funds for groundbreaking cancer gene therapy research.
 
Participating Westport retailers and restaurants will contribute a portion of their sales from June 20 to Swim Across America Fairfield County. Many donate up to 10-to-20 percent, but each participant is free to decide which portion of the day’s sales are donated and can specify hours of the promotion. The funds raised go to directly to Swim Across America Fairfield County and its local beneficiary, Stamford-based Alliance for Cancer Gene Therapy (ACGT), the nation’s only nonprofit organization dedicated exclusively to funding cancer gene therapy research. 
 
Westport businesses will be supported with a banner at the Westport Country Playhouse from June 10 to 24 to promote the event and the Swim Across America Fairfield County open water swim, taking place on June 22. More than 300 swimmers and 100 volunteers participate in the open water swim and all "make waves” in the fight against cancer!
 
“We are very excited about this year’s ‘Make Waves Day’ and what it means for the Fairfield County community,” said Nancy Carr, co-chair of Swim Across America and the mastermind behind this event. “We created the ‘Make Waves Day’ a few years ago for those of us that don’t swim. I wasn’t a swimmer, but I sadly know too many whose lives have been touched by cancer and I wanted to do something to help raise money to fight this disease. Inviting area retailers and restaurants to participate in this fun day was an easy way to get more involved. The event has grown over the past several years to include retailers and restaurants throughout Greenwich, Stamford, Westport and New Canaan.”
 
“It’s exciting to see the enthusiasm and participation for what we are doing grow,” said Michele Graham, the swim’s other co-chair and parent of a young adult cancer survivor. “Everyone wants to get involved and the ‘Make Waves Day’ and it is great to see the whole community helping.”
 
To learn more about the Swim Across America Fairfield County “Make Waves Day,” and help fight cancer, please contact either Debbie Dunster at wsd10@optonline.net or Lindsay Stafford at lws3@sbcglobal.net. To learn more about Swim Across America Fairfield County, visit swimacrossamerica.org/fairfieldcounty.
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kerry@ducey.org (Jenifer Howard) Events Mon, 17 Jun 2019 07:15:54 -0400
Westport Woman's Club's Yankee Doodle Fair Weekend! https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/events/46003-westport-woman-s-club-s-yankee-doodle-fair-returns-june-13-1646003-westport-woman-s-club-s-yankee-doodle-fair-returns-june-13-16 https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/events/46003-westport-woman-s-club-s-yankee-doodle-fair-returns-june-13-1646003-westport-woman-s-club-s-yankee-doodle-fair-returns-june-13-16

Westport, CT - Once again on Father’s Day Weekend, “kids of all ages” will gather at the Westport Woman’s Club (44 Imperial Avenue, Westport, CT) to enjoy one of the town’s oldest and best-loved family events, The Westport Woman’s Club’s YANKEE DOODLE FAIR.  This year’s family Fair opens Thursday, June 13 (6pm – 10pm) and continues Friday, June 14 (6pm – 10pm), Saturday, June 15 (1pm – 10pm) and Sunday, June 16 (1pm – 5pm). 

The Yankee Doodle Fair will once again feature carnival rides and games from Stewart Amusements.  Returning are the ever-popular Carousel, Flying Dumbo, Dizzy Dragon, Frog Hopper, Scrambler, Cliff Hanger, Zero Gravity, Expo Wheel, among others.  Pay one price unlimited ride wristbands will be available all days of the Fair, including Friday and Saturday nights!  At the Westport Woman’s Club Face Painting Tent, customers can choose fun or fierce designs, as well as temporary tattoos.  The youngest visitors will be excited to know that Sand Art is available at the Fair again this year.

In the air-conditioned Bedford Hall, the Gourmet Group will hold their highly-anticipated Bake Sale featuring home-made baked goods sure to please every sweet tooth.  While you make your selections, check out our Yankee Doodle Fair Cookbook.  You can also shop at the WWC's onsite thrift store, The Curio Cottage, which will be open limited hours during the 2019 Fair (located near the children’s carousel).

For Entertainment this year at the Yankee Doodle Fair, the following groups are currently confirmed:   SWEETCAKE MOUNTAIN, an all acoustic country/bluegrass band will perform Friday (6pm - 9pm); SCHOOL OF ROCK’S HOUSE BAND will perform Saturday (1pm - 2pm); MARK NAFTALIN & FRIENDS, a musical group led by a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee, will perform Saturday (6pm - 9pm); KEMPO EVOLUTION MARTIAL ARTS will do interactive demonstrations on Thursday and Friday (6pm – 10pm) and Sunday (1pm – 5pm);  SDSS MARTIAL ARTS will offer an interactive obstacle course on Saturday (1pm – 10pm).   

In addition, the WESTPORT ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY plans to bring their Solar Telescope to the fair again this year for safely showing the surface and features of the sun to interested families; look for their organization on a sunny Saturday or Sunday at the fair.  This organization’s Solar Telescope was funded by a past Ruegg Grant from the Westport Woman’s Club. 

Throughout the Fair, you will have an opportunity to buy tickets for Yankee Doodle Fair Raffle Prizes.  The Raffle First Prize is $1000, Second Prize is a $500 gift certificate redeemable at Westport’s Silver Ribbon, and Third Prize is a $400 gift certificate from Gruel Britannia, redeemable for a chef’s table dinner for four persons.  In addition, our Yankee Doodle Fair’s “Take a Chance” tent is returning this year with a wide variety of prizes, many donated by Westport’s generous merchants and restaurants. “Take a Chance” prizes will be available for viewing throughout the Fair under a tent on the fair’s upper level, where you can buy additional tickets to win a “Take a Chance” prize.  All winning Raffle and “Take a Chance” tickets will be drawn at the end of the Fair on Sunday, Father’s Day.  It is not necessary for winners to be present to claim their prizes.   

At the Yankee Doodle Food Court, local favorite JR’S DELI & GRILLE will feature their popular hamburgers, hot dogs, among other selections.  A new food vendor for Yankee Doodle, THE BLIND RHINO, will feature a pop-up menu that includes their famous chicken wings, as well as beer and wine to customers of legal age.  Skip’s vintage GOOD HUMOR Truck will be back with ice cream treats for every taste throughout the fair.  In addition, members of the Westport Woman’s Club will be selling cold beverages and bottled water, with proceeds benefitting WWC community service grants and need-based scholarships for Staples High School seniors.

Says WWC president, Christina McVaney, “We’re so excited to bring the YANKEE DOODLE FAIR, a fun end-of-school year tradition, to Westport and our neighboring towns again this June.  We try to bring new events and activities; this year we’re excited about our addition of a Beer & Wine Garden run by South Norwalk’s own, The Blind Rhino (a “Best of Gold Coast” winner).  We hope the grown-ups in our community come out to enjoy the fair, as well as the kids, all while contributing to the Westport Woman’s Club’s largest annual fundraiser. Net profits from the fair will support many charities in Fairfield County, need-based college scholarships to Staples High School students, and our WWC Food Closet that works in tandem with Westport’s Department of Human Services.  So please save the dates of June 13-16 to bring your friends and family to make great memories at this year’s YANKEE DOODLE FAIR 2019.”

The Westport Woman’s Club is grateful for their generous community sponsors:  GYL Resnick (Gold); Law Offices of Robert Grant, Esq. (Silver); Westport National Bank (Silver).

No dogs are permitted on the grounds during the Fair.

The Westport Woman’s Club, organized in 1907, is a non-profit philanthropic organization dedicated to volunteerism and the raising of funds in support of the educational, charitable, cultural and public health services in Westport and surrounding towns.  You do not have to be a Westport Resident to join The Westport Woman’s Club.  For more information or to join this historic philanthropic organization, visit www.westportwomansclub.org or call the WWC office at 203-227-4240.

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kerry@ducey.org (Gloria Smithson) Events Fri, 14 Jun 2019 08:31:00 -0400
Westport Community Theatre Announces Dial M for Murder on Stage Through June 23 https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/events/46009-westport-community-theatre-announces-dial-m-for-murder46009-westport-community-theatre-announces-dial-m-for-murder https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/events/46009-westport-community-theatre-announces-dial-m-for-murder46009-westport-community-theatre-announces-dial-m-for-murder

Westport Community Theatre is proud to announce their production of the exciting melodrama Dial M for Murder by Frederick Knott.

The WCT cast of many veteran actors includes Deborah Burke, Tim Cronin, Phil Lorenzo, Tom Petrone, David Pollard and Frank Speranzo. Performances take place from June 7th through June 23rd, on Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 p.m. and at 2:00 p.m. on Sundays, with a Thursday performance on June 13th at 8:00 p.m. Carole Claps directs the play, which is produced by Rachel Konstantin.

In Dial M for Murder, Tony Wendice has married his wife Margot for her money and plans to murder her for the same reason. He blackmails a scoundrel into strangling her and arranges a brilliant alibi for himself. Following unforeseen events, the story culminates into almost unbearable suspense, guaranteed to keep audiences on the edge of their seats. Dial M for Murder had a highly successful run on Broadway and the road. "…Original and remarkably good theatre—quiet in style but tingling with excitement underneath," said The New York Times about the show.

Many members of the WCT production have extensive experience both on the stage and behind the curtain. In addition tomultiple professional acting credits, director Carole Claps has numerous directing credits that include Darien’s Got Talent, the Darien Art Center’s popular fundraiser, and The Music Man, South Pacific, La Cage aux Folles and The Man Who Came to Dinner at Curtain Call.

Deborah Burke, who plays Margot Wendice, has been seen on the WCT stage in The Diary of Anne Frank, London Suite, I’m Not Rappaport and The Prisoner of Second Avenue, and in multiple productions with Curtain Call, the Darien Arts Center and Town Players of New Canaan. She has also been producer, set decorator and costumer for many community theatre shows.

Tom Petrone last appeared on the WCT stage in Shakespeare in Hollywood, Watch on the Rhine and Diary of Anne Frank, and is Lesgate in this current WCT production. His credits include productions at Curtain Call, Carriage House and Town Players of New Canaan, in addition to horror films Playing Hooky, Catatonia, and soon to be filmed, Sugar.

Phil Lorenzo who plays Tony Wendice, has been performing in community theatre for over 30 years. Recent productions at WCT include Yankee Tavern, And Then There Were None and Light Up the Sky. He also appeared in New Canaan’s production of Born Yesterday, where he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor by CTOnstage.

Tim Cronin (Inspector Hubbard) has performed in Driving Miss Daisy and Enter Laughing in Westport, in addition to, Rumors, Moon Over Buffalo, Moonlight and Magnolias and Fiddler on the Roof.

Dial M for Murder is produced by arrangement with Dramatists Play Service. Tickets are $25 ($23 for seniors and $15 for students) and can be purchased at westportcommunitytheatre.com or by calling (203) 226-1983. Westport Community Theatre is located at the Westport Town Hall, 110 Myrtle Avenue.

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farrellmarketingandmedia@gmail.com (Westport Community Theatre) Events Fri, 14 Jun 2019 05:26:00 -0400
Dial M for Murder at Westport Community Theatre through June 23rd https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/events/46024-dial-m-for-murder-at-westport-community-theatre-through-june-23rd46024-dial-m-for-murder-at-westport-community-theatre-through-june-23rd https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/events/46024-dial-m-for-murder-at-westport-community-theatre-through-june-23rd46024-dial-m-for-murder-at-westport-community-theatre-through-june-23rd

Westport Community Theatre is currently producing the exciting melodrama Dial M for Murder by Frederick Knott. The WCT cast of many veteran actors includes Deborah Burke, Tim Cronin, Phil Lorenzo, Tom Petrone, David Pollard and Frank Speranzo. Performances take place through June 23rd, on Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 p.m. and at 2:00 p.m. on Sundays, with a Thursday performance on June 13th at 8:00 p.m. Carole Claps directs the play, which is produced by Rachel Konstantin.

In Dial M for Murder, Tony Wendice has married his wife Margot for her money and plans to murder her for the same reason. He blackmails a scoundrel into strangling her and arranges a brilliant alibi for himself. Following unforeseen events, the story culminates into almost unbearable suspense, guaranteed to keep audiences on the edge of their seats. Dial M for Murder had a highly successful run on Broadway and the road. "…Original and remarkably good theatre—quiet in style but tingling with excitement underneath," said The New York Times about the show.

Many members of the WCT production have extensive experience both on the stage and behind the curtain. In addition tomultiple professional acting credits, director Carole Claps has numerous directing credits that include Darien’s Got Talent, the Darien Art Center’s popular fundraiser, and The Music Man, South Pacific, La Cage aux Folles and The Man Who Came to Dinner at Curtain Call.

Deborah Burke, who plays Margot Wendice, has been seen on the WCT stage in The Diary of Anne Frank, London Suite, I’m Not Rappaport and The Prisoner of Second Avenue, and in multiple productions with Curtain Call, the Darien Arts Center and Town Players of New Canaan. She has also been producer, set decorator and costumer for many community theatre shows.

Tom Petrone last appeared on the WCT stage in Shakespeare in Hollywood, Watch on the Rhine and Diary of Anne Frank, and is Lesgate in this current WCT production. His credits include productions at Curtain Call, Carriage House and Town Players of New Canaan, in addition to horror films Playing Hooky, Catatonia, and soon to be filmed, Sugar.

Phil Lorenzo who plays Tony Wendice, has been performing in community theatre for over 30 years. Recent productions at WCT include Yankee Tavern, And Then There Were None and Light Up the Sky. He also appeared in New Canaan’s production of Born Yesterday, where he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor by CTOnstage.

Tim Cronin (Inspector Hubbard) has performed in Driving Miss Daisy and Enter Laughing in Westport, in addition to, Rumors, Moon Over Buffalo, Moonlight and Magnolias and Fiddler on the Roof.

Dial M for Murder is produced by arrangement with Dramatists Play Service. Tickets are $25 ($23 for seniors and $15 for students) and can be purchased at westportcommunitytheatre.com or by calling (203) 226-1983. Westport Community Theatre is located at the Westport Town Hall, 110 Myrtle Avenue.

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farrellmarketingandmedia@gmail.com (Westport Community Theatre) Events Thu, 13 Jun 2019 09:29:02 -0400
Westport Playhouse's New Works Initiative Continues https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/places/46025-westport-playhouse-s-new-works-initiative-continues46025-westport-playhouse-s-new-works-initiative-continues https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/places/46025-westport-playhouse-s-new-works-initiative-continues46025-westport-playhouse-s-new-works-initiative-continues

Westport, CT - Westport Country Playhouse’s New Works Initiative (NWI) continues in its fourth consecutive year of developing new plays and musicals with playwrights, directors, and other artists, culminating in readings before an invited audience. The NWI 2019 Season kicked off on Wednesday, June 12, with a private reading of the new play, “form of a girl unknown,” written by Charly Evon Simpson, and directed by Melissa Crespo. 

“Our goal with the New Works Initiative is to nurture and nourish new writing and to seek exciting projects for our five-play seasons," said Mark Lamos, Westport Country Playhouse artistic director.  

“form of a girl unknown” follows 12-year-old Amali through difficult transitional moments between childhood and womanhood. Her friendships are changing, her older sister is pregnant, and her own body is transforming before her eyes. When the struggle to figure out who she is and where she fits in the world threatens to overwhelm her, she escapes to the woods in search of answers.Cast members are Alana Raquel Bowers, Toccarra Cash, Shamika Cotton, Marchant Davis, Denise Manning, and Dawn McGee.

Additional 2019 NWI readings will be announced soon.

NWI is funded by the Playhouse’s New Works Circle, chaired by Michele Flaster. Founding members are the late Howard J. Aibel, Stephen Corman, Czekaj Artistic Productions, Sandra and Neil DeFeo, Kate and Bob Devlin, Michele and Marc Flaster, Susan Jacobson and David Moskovitz, Judy and Scott Phares, Barbara and John Samuelson, Barbara and John Streicker, and Johnna G. Torsone and John McKeon.  Annual members are the late Darlene Krenz, Teresa Nardozzi, Roz and Bud Siegel, and Marietta Battaglia White.

“We are grateful for the passionate generosity of our New Works Circle members, a group of avid theater supporters who share with me a vested interest in new work and its presence at the Playhouse,” said Lamos. “With their help, we are able to continue at an even higher level the Playhouse's long history of taking plays from the page to the stage.” 

Throughout its 88 years, Westport Country Playhouse has been home to 60 world premiere productions of new plays and musicals, including the recent comedy, “Love and Money,” by A. R. Gurney, directed by Mark Lamos, and co-produced with New York’s Signature Theatre, and last season’s “Thousand Pines,” by Matthew Greene, directed by Austin Pendleton.

For more information about the Playhouse’s New Works Initiative, call 203-227-4177.  Westport Country Playhouse, 25 Powers Court, off Route 1, Westport.  www.westportplayhouse.org. Facebook (Westport Country Playhouse), Twitter (@WCPlayhouse), YouTube (WestportPlayhouse).

ABOUT WESTPORT COUNTRY PLAYHOUSE

The mission of Westport Country Playhouse is to enrich, enlighten, and engage the community through the power of professionally produced theater worth talking about and the welcoming experience of the Playhouse campus.  The not-for-profit Playhouse provides this experience in multiple ways by offering live theater experiences of the highest quality, under the artistic direction of Mark Lamos; educational and community engagement events to further explore the work on stage; the New Works Initiative, a program dedicated to the discovery, development, and production of new live theatrical works; special performances and programs for students and teachers with extensive curriculum support material; Script in Hand play readings to deepen relationships with audiences and artists; the renowned Woodward Internship Program during the summer months for aspiring theater professionals; Family Festivities presentations to delight young and old alike and to promote reading through live theater; youth performance training through Broadway Method Academy, Westport Country Playhouse’s resident conservatory program; and the beautiful and historic Playhouse campus open for enjoyment and community events year-round.

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kerry@ducey.org (Pat Blaufuss) Places Thu, 13 Jun 2019 08:21:23 -0400
Fairfield County Bank Hosts Shred Day in Westport on June 29 https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/events/46022-fairfield-county-bank-hosts-shred-day-in-westport-on-june-2946022-fairfield-county-bank-hosts-shred-day-in-westport-on-june-29 https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/events/46022-fairfield-county-bank-hosts-shred-day-in-westport-on-june-2946022-fairfield-county-bank-hosts-shred-day-in-westport-on-june-29

Fairfield County Bank is hosting Shred Day at their Compo Road office in Westport on Saturday, June 29 from 9am to noon.

Stop by to shred your old items such as tax returns, medical records, statements, confidential information and more!

Learn more here

Fairfield County Bank is located at 20 Compo Road in South Westport

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kerry@ducey.org (HH) Events Wed, 12 Jun 2019 10:06:24 -0400
Exhibition Series in Westport: Washington Black by Esi Edujyan https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/events/46021-exhibition-series-washington-black-by-esi-edujyan-156036168046021-exhibition-series-washington-black-by-esi-edujyan-1560361680 https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/events/46021-exhibition-series-washington-black-by-esi-edujyan-156036168046021-exhibition-series-washington-black-by-esi-edujyan-1560361680

A new series begins Wednesday, June 19! Join us from 3 to 4:30 pm for a docent-led tour of our current exhibition followed by a book discussion to gain greater insight into the historical context of the exhibit.  Professional moderator Kelle Ruden will lead the book discussions.

Selected as one of the New York Times Best Books of 2018, this novel follows the early life of George Washington “Wash” Black, a field slave on a Barbados sugar plantation, chosen at age 11 as the manservant of his master’s brother, who to his surprise, turns out to be a naturalist, explorer, inventor, and abolitionist. Soon Wash is initiated into a world where a flying machine can carry a man across the sky, where even a boy born in chains may embrace a life of dignity and meaning, and where two people, separated by an impossible divide, can begin to see each other as human.  The novel won the 2018 Scotiabank Giller Prize, and was shortlisted for the Booker Prize and the Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize

Before our discussion, visit our award-winning exhibit Remembered for a deeper understanding of the contributions of African Americans to Westport and national history. 

“Perfectly executed . . . Soaring . . . More than a tale of human bondage, it’s also an enthralling meditation on the weight of freedom, wrapped in a rousing adventure story stretching to the ends of the earth.” —The Boston Globe  

This program is free to the public, but reservations are recommended. Reserve your space online at www.westporthistory.org or by calling 203-222-1424 ext. 5. Donations are appreciated and can be made on the reservation form. 

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bpeck@westporthistory.org (Barbara Peck) Events Wed, 12 Jun 2019 09:48:00 -0400
Westport Playhouse Elects Four New Board of Trustees Members https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/places/46023-westport-playhouse-elects-four-new-board-of-trustees-members46023-westport-playhouse-elects-four-new-board-of-trustees-members https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/places/46023-westport-playhouse-elects-four-new-board-of-trustees-members46023-westport-playhouse-elects-four-new-board-of-trustees-members

Westport, CT - Four new members were elected to the board of trustees at Westport Country Playhouse, bringing the trustees total to 33, led by Barbara Streicker of Westport, chair.

The new Playhouse trustees are Paige S. Couture of Easton, Jay A. Dirnberger of Westport, Maggie Lehnerd-Reilly of Westport, and Teresa (Terry) Nardozzi of Fairfield.

Paige S. Couture was born and raised on the Upper East Side in New York City. After attending the Nightingale-Bamford School from kindergarten through twelfth grade, she earned a BA in History from Oberlin College. Always wanting to teach, she joined the Churchill School, a private school for children with learning disabilities in Manhattan, while attending Bank Street College of Education. After graduating from Bank Street with an MS in Middle School Special & General Education, she worked for six years as a special education teacher at the Bronx Preparatory Charter School. Upon moving to Easton, she taught for 10 years at the Eagle Hill School in Greenwich.  Since leaving her teaching career to raise her two children, she has been an active member of the Mom’s Club of Fairfield/Easton, currently serving as president, and enjoys beekeeping, raising chickens, and gardening. A lover of the arts since a young age, Couture grew up enjoying many of the best artists and performers in New York City.   

Jay A. Dirnberger has been a resident of Westport with his wife Molly since 2008. Their son Jason is an independent filmmaker. Dirnberger retired from business in 2011, and currently is active in several community organizations.  He is in his ninth year as a mentor in the Westport School System; past president of the Y’s Men of Westport/Weston; member of the Finance Committee of the Westport Historical Society; and member of one of the oldest commemorative military units in the United States, Gold’s Dragoons. He served as a public member on the State’s Judicial Review Council from 2009 to 2016, appointed by Governor Jodi Rell and reappointed by Governor Dannel Malloy. Dirnberger has over 35 years of experience in the field of institutional and private investment management, notably, as vice chairman of Julius Baer’s US-based investment advisor, and managing director at Lyster Watson & Company. Dirnberger received a BA in History from the University of Buffalo and an MBA from New York University.  He was an Infantry Captain in the US Army from 1965 through 1970, flying helicopters in Vietnam with the 1st Cavalry Division and serving as Aide-de Camp to the Commanding General of the 18th Airborne Corp at Ft. Bragg. He is the former treasurer and chairman of the Finance Committee of the United Nations International School.  

Maggie Lehnerd-Reilly, originally from Berea, Kentucky, received her BA in Peace and Justice Studies from Wellesley College. After college, she spent three years teaching fourth grade in Phoenix as a Teach for America corps member. Her experience working in an immigrant community in Phoenix inspired her to attend UCLA Law School through the J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy. In 2008, she moved to Westport, where her husband, Kerry, has been employed at Bridgewater Associates since 2003. Lehnerd-Reilly relishes opportunities to actively participate in the community. She is a passionate supporter of The Montessori School in Wilton, the Norwalk Metropolitan Youth ballet (where three of her five children dance), and the Connecticut chapter of the Teach for America Alumni Network. In addition, she teaches a weekly U.S. citizenship class at the Connecticut Institute for Refugees and Immigrants, where she also volunteers as a pro bono attorney. She loves to experience theater, both locally and in New York, and deeply values the unique role of the Playhouse in the Westport community.  

Teresa (Terry) Nardozzi-Marghella is president and CEO of MANM Productions, an investment and production company specializing in theater, film, and television. Her current film productions include “Relish,” written and directed by Justin Ward. Her current theater projects include the Broadway production of “Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations,” as well as the Off-Broadway premiere of “The Secret Life of Bees.” Past projects included “Once on This Island,” directed by Michael Arden (winner of the 2018 Tony Award® for Best Musical Revival); “Farinelli and the King,” starring Academy and Tony Award winner Mark Rylance; the Australian tour of “Beautiful, The Carole King Musical”; “Natasha, Pierre and The Great Comet of 1812”(nominated for 12 Tony Awards); “On the Town” (recipient of two Tony nominations); and Deaf West Theatre’s “Spring Awakening”(Tony-nominated for Best Musical Revival). Previous volunteer community involvement includes the Trumbull Board of Education, USA Swimming Association, and PTA Councils. Nardozzi-Marghella holds an Associate degree in Applied Science from the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), as well as a Child Development Associate (CDA) degree in Early Childhood Education from Norwalk Community College. She holds a certificate in Theater Production from the Commercial Theater Institute (CTI), and is currently pursuing a Theater Management and Production degree from Columbia University.  

For Westport Country Playhouse information, go to www.westportplayhouse.org or call the box office at (203) 227-4177, toll-free at 1-888-927-7529, or visit Westport Country Playhouse, 25 Powers Court, off Route 1, Westport. Stay connected to the Playhouse on Facebook (Westport Country Playhouse), follow on Twitter (@WCPlayhouse), and on YouTube (WestportPlayhouse).

ABOUT WESTPORT COUNTRY PLAYHOUSE

The mission of Westport Country Playhouse is to enrich, enlighten, and engage the community through the power of professionally produced theater worth talking about and the welcoming experience of the Playhouse campus.  The not-for-profit Playhouse provides this experience in multiple ways by offering live theater experiences of the highest quality, under the artistic direction of Mark Lamos; educational and community engagement events to further explore the work on stage; the New Works Initiative, a program dedicated to the discovery, development, and production of new live theatrical works; special performances and programs for students and teachers with extensive curriculum support material; Script in Hand play readings to deepen relationships with audiences and artists; the renowned Woodward Internship Program during the summer months for aspiring theater professionals; Family Festivities presentations to delight young and old alike and to promote reading through live theater; youth performance training through Broadway Method Academy, Westport Country Playhouse’s resident conservatory program; and the beautiful and historic Playhouse campus open for enjoyment and community events year-round.

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kerry@ducey.org (Pat Blaufuss) Places Wed, 12 Jun 2019 09:18:20 -0400
Westport Abilis LEAP Information Session June 11 for Parents of Special Needs Children https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/neighbors/46019-westport-abilis-leap-information-session-june-11-for-parents-of-special-needs-children46019-westport-abilis-leap-information-session-june-11-for-parents-of-special-needs-children https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/neighbors/46019-westport-abilis-leap-information-session-june-11-for-parents-of-special-needs-children46019-westport-abilis-leap-information-session-june-11-for-parents-of-special-needs-children

Abilis, a non-profit organization that provides services and supports for more than 700 individuals with special needs and their families, will hold a special LEAP Transition Information Session in Westport on Tuesday, June 11, 2019, from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m., at the Saugatuck Congregation Church, 245 Post Road E, Westport, Connecticut. This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required and can be made at abilis.us/calendar. For additional information about this informational session, contact Luis Velazquez, senior director of the Abilis Day Services, at 203-531-1800 ext. 154. 
 
Abilis is offering this free information session for families to participate in an interactive discussion about Transition Programming for Young Adults with Special Needs.  The goal of the Abilis community-based program is to help young adults become more independent, obtain meaningful jobs, and participate in community activities.  Representatives from Abilis will provide an overview about its LEAP Transition Program, discuss the initial steps required to determine the potential programs and services a family member might consider, and review the vocational skills, life skills, cognitive social development, and community involvement that needs to be considered when living as an independent adult.  
 
Some of the questions parents of special needs children often ask are, especially when their children are graduating from high school and embarking upon life as young adults are:
  • What happens when my child reaches the age of 21 and ages out of the school district? 
  • What programs and services are available to my young adult child? 
  • Is my child prepared to live independently, find a job, and navigate the community? 
The Abilis LEAP Transition Information Session attempts to answer these questions and more. Abilis offers multiple transition programs throughout Fairfield County in the towns of Greenwich, Stamford, Westport, Wilton and Ridgefield.  A new Abilis location in New Canaan is planned for this summer. 
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kerry@ducey.org (Jenifer Howard) Neighbors Mon, 10 Jun 2019 09:20:34 -0400
Savannah Bee Hosts Aspetuck Land Trust June 15 https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/events/46018-savannah-bee-hosts-aspetuck-land-trust-june-1546018-savannah-bee-hosts-aspetuck-land-trust-june-15 https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/events/46018-savannah-bee-hosts-aspetuck-land-trust-june-1546018-savannah-bee-hosts-aspetuck-land-trust-june-15

Westport, CT - Savannah Bee will host Aspetuck Land Trust for a Family Event and a Green Corridor Initiative Discussion led by Mary Ellen Lemay. 
 
Mary Ellen holds a B.A. in Biology from Fairfield University, an MBA from Fordham University and a Masters in Environmental Management from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. She is a CT DEEP CertifiedMaster Wildlife Conservationist and on the Board of Directors of the Merritt Parkway Conservancy. Mary Ellen is responsible for overseeing the land stewardship  and homeowner engagement work of the Green Corridor Initiative for Aspetuck Land Trust.
 
This informative talk focuses on Aspetuck Land Trust’s findings and how each of us can make simple changes to our home garden and lawn maintenance, and in turn help protect and preserve our land, water resources, our wildlife, and open spaces. 
 
Children’s activities and beekeepers will be on hand to answer your questions. Honey-Inspired Refreshments, Free Seed Packets and Seed Plugs.
 
The Green Corridor will extend through the towns of Westport, Weston, Wilton, Redding, Fairfield, Easton, CT. For more information visit AspetuckLandTrust.org. 
 
WHEN:  Saturday, June 15 from 2-4pm
 
WHERE:  Savannah Bee Company Bedford Square, 43 Church Lane, Westport
 
FREE: Event is free and open to the public.
 
RSVP is not required but encouraged, contact: administration@AspetuckLandTrust.org or call 203-260-4737.
 
Photo of Julie Cook, Manager Savannah Bee and Mary Ellen Lemay, Aspetuck Land Trust in front of Westport’s Savannah Bee store. 
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kerry@ducey.org (Nancy Moon ) Events Mon, 10 Jun 2019 07:12:34 -0400
Whip Salon Westport Introduces Waxing Services, Renowned Local Expert Joins the Squad https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/places/46015-whip-salon-westport-introduces-waxing-services-renowned-local-expert-joins-the-squad46015-whip-salon-westport-introduces-waxing-services-renowned-local-expert-joins-the-squad https://news.hamlethub.com/westport/places/46015-whip-salon-westport-introduces-waxing-services-renowned-local-expert-joins-the-squad46015-whip-salon-westport-introduces-waxing-services-renowned-local-expert-joins-the-squad

Whip Salon is pleased to announce well known local waxing expert, Rosemary Benevento, is joining the team in its Bedford Square location. The popular, high-end full service beauty salon offers haircuts, color services, blowout memberships, makeup application, lash extensions and microblading. Starting on Thursday, June 13th it will be adding waxing to its roster of services!

“Rosemary brings over 30 years of experience of waxing to our salon,” said Whip Salon Founder Amy Pal. “We felt that her caliber of experience was the perfect fit alongside our other top industry experts and are looking forward to offering a new range of services to our clients.”

“I’m really excited to be joining Whip Salon in Bedford Square in downtown Westport,” said Benevento. “It’s fresh, modern and professional. I think it’s going to be a fantastic fit for me and my clients, I absolutely love the vibe of the space.”

Benevento trained at Christine Valmy Aesthetican School in Long Island. In addition to waxing, she brings extensive experience as a makeup artist. She studied makeup with Sebastian in Cannes and has an impressive range of experience from exclusive events such as a Kennedy wedding, to creating looks for models at Inter Coiffure.

Waxing services will include but are not limited to eyebrows, lips,face, legs as well as full body for both women and men.

Booking & Hours for Waxing Services

Book online at whipsalon.com or through the Whip Salon app. For questions on booking call 678-WHIPPED.

Waxing Hours:

Thurs 11a - 6p

Fri 10a - 4p

Sat 9a - 4p

Whip Salon is committed to offering top quality salon services such as cuts, color, blowouts, makeup and spa services for women, men and children. Whip Salon is focused on ease, excellence and edge. Clients are able to easily book online or through a downloadable app called Whip Salon for last minute bookings. Whip Salon has locations in Ridgefield and Westport Connecticut with Newtown Connecticut opening in July 2019.

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kerry@ducey.org (Whip Salon) Places Sat, 08 Jun 2019 05:54:36 -0400