The Klein Memorial Auditorium ASK Benefit at The Bijou!


910 Fairfield Ave, Bridgeport, CT Phone: (800) 424-0160 x 4 .

7 pm. Come eat, drink, mingle and enjoy! Fun performances & activities for all! Test your skills at games like Name That Tune
Dress is causal... BUT we're giving out a fantastic prize to the most interesting fashion accessory! Dig out the weird, fun, ugly or just plain awesome from the back of your closet, grab your friends and enjoy a fun night out for a great ca

Westport Historical Society Saugatuck History Walking Tour


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

3-4 pm. Join us for one of its most popular walking tours, a stroll through Old Saugatuck accompanied by guide Bob Mitchell. The one-hour tour begins at 3:00 pm and ends with a drink on the house at one of Saugatuck's favorite haunts, the Black Duck. As you make your way through the neighborhood that sits along the tracks near the Westport train station, Mitchell will discuss Saugatuck's past as a manufacturing hub and the tight-knit, predominantly Italian community it was to become. Most of what we now know as Westport was once called Saugatuck, after the river, though when the town was incorporated in 1835 from parts of Norwalk and Fairfield, it was given the name Westport.

Audubon Center at Fairfield Spring Walk


2325 Burr Street. , Fairfield, CT Phone: 203-259-6305 ext. 109..

10:30 am - 12:30 pm. Free drop in activity. Ever wonder how banana peels, crackers, coffee grounds and an apple core transform into soil? Stop by the Center and see our composting bins, gather information sheets, and unravel the mysteries of composting and vermicomposting. Crafts for kids, coffee for adults (yes we'll compost the grounds!) and plant a seed in a decomposing pot using compost enriched soil. UCONN Master Compost interns available to answer questions. 

Birdcraft Museum Bird Banding and Bagels


314 Unquowa Road, Fairfield, CT Phone: 203-259-6305 ext. 109..

7:30 – 8:45 a.m. Master bander Judy Richardson and her team will demonstrate the bird banding process. Join us for bagels and watch the team at work. Get an up-close view of every aspect of bird banding! All ages welcome. $7/person. This event is being held at Birdcraft, 314 Unquowa Road. Pre-registration required. To register online click here or call 203-259-6305 ext. 109 to make your reservation.

Bartlett Arboretum and Gardens Spring Plant Sale


151 Brookdale Rd., Stamford, CT Phone: 203-322-6971.

9:30 am - 2 pm. For the first time, Scalzi Riverwalk Volunteers and other UCONN Master Gardeners have grown hundreds of native plants, shrubs and trees for your gardens. By teaming up with Connecticut's leading producer of native plants, Earth Tones Nurseries, the Bartlett Arboretum Plant Native/Eat Fresh sale will offer you a wide variety of indigenous, sustainable plants which support the local ecosystem and provide food and shelter for birds, butterflies and other desirable wildlife. Rain Date  May 20.

Center for Contemporary Printmaking Demonstrations


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

1-3 pm. Viscosity. Viscosity printing involves applying inks of different densities to a printing plate to achieve beautiful and unusual color combinations. The premise for this technique is that thin, more liquid inks painted or rolled onto a printing plate, will reject rolls of denser, thicker inks. The different viscosity inks will separate, creating striking color effects. Every singular brush stroke, mark or shape, planned or accidental, will be defined as it contrasts surrounding colors. The technique can be used for monoprints and multiple prints of the same image. Demonstration includes the opportunity to try the technique.

Jones Family Farms Supper at Home with a menu inspired by Jacques Pepin


606 Walnut Tree Hill Rd., Shelton, CT Phone: 203-929-8425.

Supper at Home with a menu inspired by Jacques Pepin – a Connecticut superstar cooking teacher: Featuring Parisian Potage, Poulet a la Crème, Artichoke Hearts and Peas, Carrots with Chives, Rhubarb-Honey Parfait Classes are held on Saturday afternoon, from 12pm to 3pm. We limit each class to 12 students and the cost is $95 per person. Also, at all our classes, students take home their Harvest Kitchen apron and receive a copy of recipes and related educational material.

Earth Place Birds of Prey Feeding and Trading Post


10 Woodside Lane, Westport, CT Phone: 203-257-4400.

Birds of Prey Feeding 3:00 PM Observe the naturalists feed our birds of prey. Questions welcome! Rain or shine; included with admission. Nature's Trading Post - 3:30 PM. Share your collection of nature finds, tell us the story of your item, and trade it for something new. Please no objects regulated by state or federal law, such as bird feathers, nests, eggs, and any endangered species. Please do not bring in anything that will rot or smell.

Mother’s Day Carousel Brunch


20 West Broad St., Stamford, CT Phone: (203) 989-0321.

11 am - noon. $15. Spend part of your special day in a very special place with your family. Reserve a table for a buffet style Mother's Day Brunch! Unlimited rides on the Nissen Carousel & family photo craft included! Brownstein | Selkowitz Carousel Pavilion

Lag B'omer/Mother's Day - BBQ & Bike Show at Tod's Point


Tod's Point, Greenwich, CT

3:30 pm. Chabad will have crafts, beach activities, family portraits (with one edited digital family photo included), and a BMX Bike Stunt Show at 3:45 p.m. followed by a dinner at 4:20 p.m. For more Lag B'Omer BBQ details, and for tickets (and visitor passes for non-residents), visit and click on "Upcoming Events" and "Lag B'Omer BMX Bike Stunt." Tickets are $18/person or $72/family, and a $400 sponsorship option is available.