Easton Racquet Club, 36 Wimbledon Lane, Easton, CT Phone: 203-581-0850.

Join the Historical Society of Easton as they welcome the Northeast Paranormal Investigative Society (NPIS) for a history lesson you will not soon forget!  Easton has long been the destination for many enthusiasts seeking evidence of unexplained activity especially in Union Cemetery. During the fall 2013, the Historical Society of Easton invited NPIS to investigate the Bradley-Hubbell Homestead for paranormal activity. Using sophisticated equipment to record the voices of spirits known as EVP and capture data they then compare their results to the known history of the house. On Sunday March 16th, 2014 NPIS will present their findings from the Bradley-Hubbell Homestead and other investigations conducted at various historic sites throughout Connecticut with a special video presentation. Adam Shefts, Founder, Director and Investigator of NPIS will share his team’s scientific exploration, approach and analysis. The video presentation will be shown on Sunday, March 16th, at the Easton Racquet Club, 36 Wimbledon Lane, Easton from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. An admission fee of $10 per non-member and $5 per member will be charged to support further Historical Society programing.  For further information email the Historical Society of Easton at hseastonct@gmail.com or call 203-261-2090. Website: . Additional information can be found on the NPIS website: www.northeastparanormal.org.  Day of the event: Call 203-581-0850.

Fairfield Museum and History Center - Mother / Daughter Tea


370 Beach Road, Fairfield, CT Phone: 2-3=259-1598.

Sunday, March 16, 2-4 pm  Members: $5; Non-Members $10. Please pre-register by calling 203-259-1598. Seating is limited.Enjoy a scone and a cup of tea with your favorite girl while learning where tea comes from and why it's so good for us, presented by Betty Johnson of Bigelow Tea.

Fairfield Museum and History Center - Mother / Daughter Tea


370 Beach Road, Fairfield, CT Phone: 203-259-1598.

Sunday, March 16 from 2pm – 4pm Members: $5; Non-Members $10. Share some quality time with your favorite girl at this tea celebrating women in history. Learn about the great contributions local women have made to our community while enjoying refreshments, fun games and a take-home project. This event is accessible to people with disabilities. Please register with the contact person for this event.

Easton Historical Society: Historical Society Free Lecture Series 2014: Paranormal Investigative Group Lecture


Easton Racquet Club, 36 Wimbledon Lane, Easton, CT Phone: 203-261-2090.

Paranormal Investigative Group Lecture. Sunday, March 16, 2 – 4 PM **Easton Racquet Club, 36 Wimbledon Lane** FEE CHARGED: $10 per person. Adam Shefts, chief investigator of the Northeast Paranormal Investigations Society (NPIS) will share his team's findings of spirit activity and haunting of historic houses around the state. They will also present findings from their investigation of the Bradley-Hubbell House here in Easton too! Please join us for this fun and informative lecture at the Easton Racquet Club.

Get Your Green On - Downtown Bridgeport Irish Day Parade


Broad Street, Fairfield Ave. & Main Street, Bridgeport, CT

Bridgeport's Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade - March 17Broad St., Fairfield Ave. & Main St. Begins at Noon at the corner of Broad Street and Frontage Road.   North on Broad Street East on Fairfield Avenue South on Main Street   Includes floats, balloons, marching bands, piping bands and more!

Beardsley Zoo -St. Patrick's Day


1875 Noble Ave, Bridgeport, CT Phone: 203-394-6563..

It's St. Patrick's Day! Time to shake your shamrock, groove your green, and ease on down the road to the Zoo! Kids in the Irish spirit wearing anything green today will be admitted free when accompanied by a paying adult. One free child admission per adult. Don't miss our educational "Green Animal" scavenger hunt while you're here!

Palace Theater - Stamford Young Artists Philharmonic Winter 2014


61 Atlantic Street, Stamford, CT Phone: 203-325-4466.

4 p.m. Stamford Young Artists Philharmonic, the pre-eminent regional youth symphony orchestra organization, presents its 54th Concert Season with Music Director Christian Capocaccia, Principal Conductor of Young Artists Philharmonic, the organization's flagship orchestra. Along with Young Artists Philharmonic, the concerts also feature Young People's Symphony, under the direction of Gloria Sinaguglia, Young String Ensemble, conducted by Barbara DiFranco, and Young Artists Wind Ensemble, conducted by Gerard Reuter. For more information about Stamford Young Artists Philharmonic, please visit www.syap.org. Runtime: 2 hours; no intermission Adults $25 (includes fees) Seniors $20 (includes fees) Students FREE (free tickets must be obtained at the box office)

Center for Contemporary Print Making -The Figure and the Monotype, March


299 West Ave, Norwalk, CT Phone: 203-899-7999.

This 1/2-day workshop, with Nomi Silverman, takes place on Wednesday, from 10 am to 1 pm, and is open to 6 participants, all levels welcome. Participants in this class work from the model, using printing inks in much the same way and with the same processes as Degas. Artist/printmaker Nomi Silverman assists with the printing. Subsequent reworked impressions can be pulled to achieve depth of color. Or, as Degas frequently did, a second paler or ghost impression can also be printed and used as a ground for later pastel additions.

Westport Historical Society - Kimberly Wilson’s “A Journey…”


25 Avery Place, Westport, CT Phone: 203-222-1424 .

f you've ever wanted to meet Harriet Tubman or one of the other African American women who made black history, come to the WHS for Westport actress Kimberly Wilson's one- woman show "A JOURNEY..." This event is sponsored by Catamount Wealth Management, Catered Lunch included $15, WHS Members $12, For Reservations 203-222-1424. 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm

Fairfield Museum and History Center - Lunch & Lecture: Wonder Women of CT


370 Beach Road, Fairfield, CT Phone: 203-259-1598.

Program 2 Hours Lunch & Lecture: The Wonder Women of Connecticut with Bambi Mroz of the CT Women’s Hall of Fame
Thursday, March 20 from 12pm - 2pm $20 per person, includes lunch. RSVP by March 17 by calling 203-259-1598.
Co-sponsored with the League of Women Voters. This presentation gives a panoramic view of the Hall of Fame’s inductees, including Margaret Rudkin, founder of Pepperidge Farm. Sponsored by Fairfield University. This event is accessible to people with disabilities. Please register with the contact person for this event. Visitor Service 203-259-1598.