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Upcoming Literary Art Events in Stamford

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Aug 12 2018

Writing To Awaken: A Path of Self-Inquiry, with Mark Matousek

1100 High Ridge Rd , Second Floor, Stamford, United States

Why do some people blossom through adversity while others fall apart? In this transformational workshop, best-selling author and teacher Mark Matousek guides students through a process of creative self-discovery through writing, exploring essential qu... Read More

Sun Aug 12 2018
09:30 am to 05:00 pm

Oct 06 2018

FusED: Building Resilience with our Youth

University of Connecticut , 1 University Pl, Stamford, United States

Join us for our first-ever FusED Conference, focused on Building Resilience with our Youth. We are thrilled to bring together local parents, educators, and clinical professionals for a half day focused on this important topic. Presented collaboratively by... Read More

Sat Oct 06 2018
08:00 am to 12:30 pm

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STRATFORD SOUTH END EXPO AND YOUTH BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

Low Park , Woodend Road , Stratford, United States

Free outdoor youth basketball tournament and expo at George Force Park. Free outdoor expo with vivifying vendors, open mic testimonies, music and poetry. DJ Big Mar at Basketball Courts! DJ Mark1 and DJ Karaoke Slim on Show Mobil at Juliet Low Park! Fr... Read More

Sat Jun 23 2018
01:00 pm to 04:00 pm
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Natural Horsemanship with Tim Hayes

Shepard Meadows Therapeutic Riding Center , Inc, 733 Hill St, Bristol, United States

Tim Hayes is a nationally recognized Natural Horsemanship Clinician and author of the popular book Riding Home: The Power of Horses to Heal. Tim conducts clinics throughout the United States and Canada and is currently a visiting instructor at the Univers... Read More

Sat Jun 30 2018 at 10:00 am

Chuck Wagon cook Kent Rollins returns to Stew Leonard's Danbury

Stew Leonard's , 99 Federal Road, Danbury, United States

Stew Leonard's and acclaimed chuck wagon cook, humorist and "cowboy poet" Kent Rollins invite customers to take a trip to the Old West this Independence Day weekend and experience the best food on the trail! Kent will be grilling complimentary samples and... Read More

Sat Jun 30 2018
11:00 am to 04:00 pm

Poetz Realm Open Mic features Yexanda Diaz

BPT Creates / Magnacon 7 , 1001 Main St Ste 14, Bridgeport, United States

Poetz Realm is a haven for artists who want to showcase their talent among like minds...seasoned vets and new comers are all welcome...we have a nice family vibe so come through and rock out with us... We will be featuring Yexandra Diaz This Sistah blew... Read More

Wed Aug 15 2018 at 08:30 pm

The First Brass City Jazz Fest 2018

Library Park , 264 Grand Street, Waterbury, United States

The First Brass City Jazz Fest 2018 Chris “Big Dog” Davis, Maysa, Alex Bugnon, Art Sherrod, Jr. Steve Clarke Trio, Dana Lauren, Sez Zion Jazz Band, and Marty Q Free Jazz Event (Tickets are not needed) On Saturday, June 23 the City of Waterbury is presenti... Read More

Sat Jun 23 2018
02:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Ostrich Jr. Social Artworking - 7+ Recommended Age

Charmios , 32 Church Hill Road, Newtown, United States

OSTRICHIt feels like her head just popped right out from the corner of this canvas! This silly ostrich will steal the hearts of kids and will make a fun addition to any bedroom decor. Have a zoo-themed party and paint this for a fun activity the kids will... Read More

Sun Jun 24 2018
10:30 am to 12:00 pm

The Candace Awards Luncheon

Stone Barn Ballroom , 175 Shelton Road, Monroe, United States

The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc.- New Haven Metropolitan Chapter (NCBW-NHMC) cordially invites you to our inaugural Candace Awards Luncheon! Join us for a royal afternoon honoring women from our community who make a difference in the lives... Read More

Sat Jun 30 2018
03:00 pm to 07:00 pm

Joyce Kilmer: Poet, Patriot & Knight

Knights of Columbus Museum , 1 State Street, New Haven, United States

Many know Joyce Kilmer as author of the poem, “Trees.” Few may know of his life as a father, husband and soldier. On the centenary of Kilmer’s death from a sniper’s bullet during World War I, Dr. Amy Fahey will offer a long overdue reexamination of Kilmer... Read More

Mon Jul 30 2018
06:00 pm to 07:00 pm

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