Abstract expressionist Dario Campanile, coined "The Roman Master" by Salvador Dali, will be making a special appearance at the opening night reception of a new exhibition that brings this internationally-collected artist's work to the East Coast. Join us on Thursday, April 5th from 6-8pm for an exciting night of Art! RSVP's requested by April 2; firstname.lastname@example.org
Come join us for an evening of fun and laughter at our spring fundraiser where we will be painting "Spring Stroll."
Wednesday, May 2, 2018
6:30 - 9:00 pm
In the Rio Bravo Shopping Center
Painting with a Twist Westport (website),
Go to Calendar and scroll down to May 2
Payment can be made online
For some reason, I thought about how we used to play four square at Burr Farms School back when I was there (from 1957 when it opened until 1960). Was this game unique to Westport? Do they still play it?
The Westport Woman’s Club is offering a Scholarship
to an outstanding woman enrolled in a post-secondary educational program. The award will be based on financial need and
applicant goals upon program completion.
Applications are due by April 13, 2018. Additional information
and an application are available on the Club's website at www.westportwomansclub.org. Please
call the Westport Woman’s Club at (203) 227-4240 if you have any questions.
The Westport Woman’s Club is a non-profit, philanthropic organization dedicated to volunteerism and the raising of funds in support of the charitable, educational, cultural and public health services in Westport and surrounding towns.
The Longshore Women’s Golf Association is holding its opening meeting on Tuesday, April 3, 6;00 PM at the Saugatuck Congregational Church in Westport.
The LWGA is a group of women golfers interested in playing golf, learning more about the game, improving their handicap and making friends. We welcome Westport women golfers and non-resident women alike. Golfers of all levels are invited to join our league and participate in weekly tournaments.
Please come and hear our plans for the upcoming season, including news about the bunker restoration at Longshore.
This all-ages, family-friendly event will take place on Earth Day and will combine running or walking for a cause with the opportunity to discover the amazing animals and habitats throughout Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo in Bridgeport. As in years past, runners and walkers of all ages and abilities are invited to participate. The day will begin with the ever-popular Kids' Fun Run, a free, non-competitive, quarter-mile race open to children in grade 6 and younger. Following the kids' race, adults can complete a computer-timed, winding 5K run or walk through the zoo. For those who wish to tackle a shorter course, debuting this year is the untimed, non-competitive, and open-to-all-abilities 1.5K Wellness Walk. Registration for the 4th Annual Healthy Families 5K Run and Walk will close at 500 participants, so early sign-up is highly encouraged.
Those registered by April 18 are $25 for ages 19 and up and $18 for ages 13 to 18; participants ages 12 and under are only $12. Advance registration will officially close at 8 p.m. on April 18. Group pricing is available for groups of 10 or more. To learn more about the event schedule, group pricing, and sponsor/partner opportunities, visit https://www.jlefc.org/support-us/healthy-families-5k-runwalk/. To register for the race or the virtual race, visit https://runsignup.com/Race/CT/Bridgeport/TheHealthyFamilies5KRunWalk.
Go Green with Earthplace! Join us this St. Patrick’s Day for an amazing night to benefit Earthplace. Enjoy music by Marcello, hors-d’oeuvres, silent auction, live auction, and open bar. Purchase tickets at www.earthplace.org. $60 in advance/$65 at the door. 7-10PM
Saturday evening April 28 and Sunday afternoon, April 29 only, the popular
Westport Woman’s Club’s Art Show, curated by Miggs Burroughs, opens to the
public. Singer Melissa Newman will perform
at Saturday’s opening reception. Chair Jo Fuchs Luscombe notes this year’s Art
Show honors late artist Bobbie Friedman, wife of Drew Friedman. This annual
show, featuring local artists, seeks to generate sales for them and funds
for need-based college scholarships for Staples High School seniors.
2018 artists, whose works will be available for purchase, include Jen Greely, Bernie Perry, Nancy Moore, Roseann Spengler, Leonor Dao Turut, Kerry Heftman, Sam Abelow, Sue Benton, Jo Titsworth, Dale Najarian, Carlos Davilla, Holly Hawthorne, Noah Steinman, and Karen Ford. Art by Honoree Bobbie Friedman will be available for viewing, not purchase.
Admission to the Westport Woman’s Club Art Show at 44 Imperial Ave. is free and open to the public. Thirty percent of sales will benefit need-based scholarships for Staples seniors, including new Westport Woman’s Club-administered scholarships, funded by The Drew Friedman Community Arts Center, Inc., benefitting Staples seniors who have financial need and an interest in pursuing studies in the visual arts.
The WWC Art Show’s hours are limited to: Saturday, April 28, 5 to 8 pm (Opening Reception) and Sunday, April 29, 2018, 12 to 4 pm. The Westport Woman’s Club is located at 44 Imperial Avenue, Westport. Cash, checks and credit cards are accepted for purchases or donations.
Melissa Newman, accompanied by guitarist Tony Lombardozzi, will lend her voice on Saturday, singing jazz standards and songs from the Great American Songbook, to promote local art purchases and scholarships.
Sponsors include The Drew Friedman Community Arts Center, Inc., Bill Harris, Jr., Jeannette & Mike Tewey, Vivian Rosenberg, the Gault Family Foundation, Linda & Vincent Debo, Janette & Stan Duchnicki and Castle Wine & Spirits.
Prize-winning playwright Kimberly Wilson, brings to life seven historical African-American women, including Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks, Maya Angelou and more, in this stunning one-woman show, "A Journey". She brings her show to Weston on Friday March 2 and Saturday March 3 at 7:00pm, and on Sunday March 4 at 3:00PM. All performances are at Norfield Congregational Church at 64 Norfield Road, in Weston. Through soulful singing, character transformations, joyous celebrations and painful reflections, Ms. Wilson takes the audience on a powerful journey of courage, persistence, hope, faith, and love.
For more information: www.thewilsonproductions.com.
The Westport Woman’s Club is now accepting
proposals for its annual $5,000 Ruegg Grant. Local non-profit organizations are
invited to submit their proposals for projects that will make a meaningful
difference in our community.
This grant, established in 1995 by an endowment left to the club by former member Lea Ruegg, is given each year to a deserving organization in the arts, educational endeavors, and health and safety-related fields. Past beneficiaries include the Westport Astronomical Society, Project Return, Earthplace and Wakeman Town Farm.
Community groups with impactful and meaningful projects for this year should submit their project proposals and relevant financial information by March 15, 2018 to the Westport Woman’s Club Ruegg Grant Committee, 44 Imperial Avenue, Westport, CT 06880