Explore the exciting possibilities this summer break with Summer Camp at the Westport Arts Center! Get creative, innovative, and have fun through the arts by choosing from a catalog of unique and contemporary weeklong workshops.
With everything from mixed media studios to themed courses delving into graffiti, design, and culture, each workshop will include hands-on projects and a new way to look at art.
With options for the traditional art enthusiast and the current pre-teen, this year’s summer line-up is sure to offer something for everyone!
Classes will stimulate your child’s problem solving skills and invigorate their imagination through diverse materials. Your child will practice thinking creatively and critically! All workshops offer something for everyone ages 4-12.
Morning camps run from 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM and include a snack; Afternoon camps run from 1:30 – 3:30 PM. In instances where morning and afternoon classes feature the same theme, activities and direction will be designed to be age-appropriate.
Registration fees vary based on materials costs.
The Weston Historical Society would like to thank our annual sponsors: Fairfield County Bank, Cohen and Wolf P.C., KMS Partners at Coldwell banker and our exhibit sponsors Teed and Brown, Aspetuck Valley Country Club, and Jet Blue.
For more information visit www.westonhistoricalsociety.org
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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.
An all-star panel discussion, "Music of the 60s: America's Unique Music... A Time of Change", will be held at the Weston Historical Society, 104 Weston Road, Weston, CT on Saturday, May 5th from 7:30pm - 10:30pm. Seven highly successful local professional musicians will take part: singer/songwriter Warren Bloom, music producer/engineer Rob Fraboni, music manager Susan Feliciano, 60s rock photographer Michael Friedman, vocalist Vaneese Thomas, drummer David Weber, and writer/blogger Dan Woog. The discussion, conducted in a town hall format with audience Q&A, will be moderated by Old School Productions' Roger Kaufman.
This once-in-a-lifetime gathering is part of The Weston Historical Society's exhibit, Life in the Sixties. Beverages and snacks will be provided. Suggested donation for this event is: $25 members, $30 non-members. For more information, or to purchase tickets go to www.westonhistoricalsociety.org.
The Life in the Sixties exhibit is open to the public on Thursdays and Sundays from 2pm - 4 pm in May and June.
Celebrate Music for Youth
A Benefit Concert featuring internationally acclaimed pianist Alex Beyer and cellist Sasha Scolnik-Brower to support MFY's Outreach programs in Bridgeport
Unitarian Church in Westport, 10 Lyons Rd. Sunday, May 6th at 5 pm.
Wine and cheese reception to follow concert
Join us in what will be an evening to remember. Alex Beyer and Sasha Scolnik-Brower will share the stage with the finalists of the Marianne Liberatore Scholarship Competition; Julian Shively, cello; Madison Howard, cello; and Cameron Chase, violin. The program will include the Brahms Piano Trio, Gerswhin Preludes and the Rachmaninoff Cello Sonata. The benefit will support the MFY scholarship and outreach programs in the Bridgeport Schools. A light wine reception will follow the performance. For more information about the event go to: www.musicforyouth.net/benefit-concert-2018
Tickets start at $75, $50 for adults, $30 for Seniors and $10 for students. SIGNIFICANT DISCOUNT FOR TICKETS PURCHASED BEFORE APRIL 15th!
We hope you'll be able to join us for this very special concert in May!
Join us for a FREE lecture!
In the U.S., back pain is the second leading symptom driving patients to their doctor’s office. Degenerative conditions of the spine can lead to chronic pain with sporadic bouts of more severe pain.
Join us for a comprehensive talk that will address:
· who to see for the pain associated with degenerative spine conditions
· options for managing back pain
· the role of physical therapy in preventing and treating back pain
WHEN: Wednesday, April 25, 2018, 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
WHERE: HSS Stamford Outpatient Center, 1 Blachley Road, Stamford, CT, 06902
SPEAKERS: Christine Lynders, PT, OCS, CAFS and Steven J. McAnany, MD
Space is limited, register early!
Join us on Thursday, April 5 7PM at Earthplace to hear Kim Eierman on creating a bird friendly landscape.
Attracting birds to your landscape requires an ecological approach. Learn the best landscaping techniques and native plants that provide food, shelter and nesting sites. It’s part of the Earthplace Environmental Learning Series. Free
Israeli Jazz band Sha’ar presents the music of
Yedidia Admon, Israel’s most famous unknown composer. Sha’ar has
rediscovered Admon's work through the lens of their diverse backgrounds and
experience playing improvised music. It is certain to be an evening of
exploration and discovery of the work and life of one of Israel’s most
important composers and songwriters. (Temple
Israel, 14 Coleytown Rd., Westport)