Bartlett Arboretum David Roth Concert


151 BROOKDALE ROAD, Stamford, CT Phone: (203) 322-6971.

4-5:30 pm. Come spend your Sunday afternoon at the Bartlett and enjoy this fabulous and inspiring concert with David Roth. His songs have found their way to Carnegie Hall, the United Nations and more. An enjoyable afternoon for the entire family.

Norwalk Fall Festival of Crafts


East Ave,, Norwalk, CT

Craft festival will take place in the main ballroom at the Norwalk Inn & Conference Center located on busy East Ave. just off exit 16 of I‑95. Free admission.

Bruce Museum Junk Raft: An Ocean Voyage and a Rising Tide of Activism to Fight Plastic Pollution


Greenwich Point, Greenwich, CT Phone: (203) 869-0376.

On Sunday, November 12, 1:30 – 3:30 pm, author Marcus Eriksen will discuss his book Junk Raft: An Ocean Voyage and a Rising Tide of Activism to Fight Plastic Pollution. In 2008, Eriksen and a friend traveled 88 days and 2,600 miles on a raft made from 15,000 plastic bottles to build awareness and spark a movement to save our seas from plastic pollution. Eriksen is the co-founder with his wife, Anna Cummins, of 5 Gyres Institute, an organization that focuses on reducing plastics pollution through science, education and adventure. Doors open at 1:30 pm with family activities all afternoon; the talk begins at 2:00 pm.

Stamford Art Association - Corner Store

11/12/2017 to 12/14/2017

39 Franklin St., Stamford, CT Phone: 203 325 1139.

Thursday/Friday 11-3, Saturday/Sunday 12-3. The Stamford Art Association will present "CORNER STORE", a solo painting exhibit by Tara Blackwell at its Townhouse Gallery. Tara grew up in a household filled with artists-both her parents and her older brother-in a home teeming with differing artistic styles and modalities. The early deaths of her brother and father left her, a young painter, struggling to find her voice without her beloved teachers. In retrospect, processing these tragedies is what Tara, now a mature artist with a unique, exciting style, believes most accounts for the complexity and depth of her current work in which she employs bold colors, layers, and texture.

Westport Historical Society Sunday Film Festival at Westport Historical Society


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

Westport Historical Society's first film in a series, will be the 1968 classic The Swimmer based on the 1964 short story by John Cheever, starring Burt Lancaster with Janet Landgard and Janice Rule. It was filmed largely on location in Westport, Connecticut, hometown of director Frank Perry. This film will be shown on Sunday, November 12 from 4-6pm at WHS located at 25 Avery Place, Westport. Upcoming scheduled films include, Stepford Wives on January 28, Ice Storm on February 11 & Revolutionary Road on March 11.

Bruce Museum Art Adventures: Oil and Water


1 Museum Dr., Greenwich, CT Phone: 203-869-0376.

1-3 pm. A drop-in program designed for children aged 4 and up and their families. In this program, participants will have the opportunity to craft fun and creative works of art inspired by the museum's collections and exhibitions. This program is free with general admission and no advanced registration is required.

Westport Playhouse Open Caption Performances Romeo and Juliet


25 Powers Court, Westport, CT Phone: 203-227-4177.

3 pm. Audiences with varying degrees of hearing loss will be able to enjoy the performance while watching an easy-to-read digital screen of the actors' dialogue. The digital screen is placed to the right of the stage and is easily viewed from seats in the house right section of the theater. When purchasing tickets to an open caption performance, please be sure to choose orchestra level seats located on the left hand side of your computer screen to be sure to see the open caption screen.

Sunday Explorers

11/12/2017 to 12/10/2017

39 Scofieldtown Rd, Stamford, CT 06903. Phone: 2039776521.

Sundays, November 12 - December 10 11:30 am - 4 pm Head to the SM&NC for the return of our popular Sunday drop-in programs! Meet one of our Heckscher Farm animals, try your hand at a scavenger hunt on the trails, see Sadie and Bert, our North American River Otters, get their lunch, or help to feed some animals in Heckscher WILD! (First-come, first-served; recommended for ages 5 and up.) Schedule of Events 11:30 am - 4 pm Self-guided crafts 11:30 am Heckscher Farm Animal Meet & Greet 12 pm Otter feeding demonstration (Otter Pond) 12:30 pm WILD! Feeding (at Heckscher WILD!, limited enrollment, ages 5 & up 2 pm Scavenger Hunt (Meet at Overbrook) 3 pm Animal Meet & Greet (Heckscher WILD!) Members: Free | Non-Members: Free with gate admission. For more information, visit or call 203.977.6521.

Westport Historical Society Film About Local Veterans


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

7-8 pm. In recognition of Veterans Day, the Westport Library, in partnership with Westport Historical Society, present a short film featuring some of Westport military veterans and their stories. Jarret Liotta, Community & Country: A Spirit of Service includes interviews with more than 20 local veterans, shares insights into their experiences and gives a small introduction to a group of unique individuals who took part in something that changed their lives forever

Avon Theatre A Cult Classics screening of THE ROOM.


272 Bedford St, Stamford, CT Phone: (203) 967-3660 .

8:30 pm. THE ROOM, which has a well-developed cult following, has often been referred to one of the worst films ever made! Johnny (Tommy Wiseau), a successful banker, lives happily in a San Francisco townhouse with his fiancée, Lisa. One day, inexplicably, she gets bored with him and decides to seduce his best friend, Mark (Greg Sestero). From there, nothing will be the same again. Although the film is mainly centered on the melodramatic love triangle, it has many unrelated subplots that remain unresolved. Greg Sestero's 2013 book The Disaster Artist, which tells the story of the making of the "greatest bad movie ever made", has been made into a 2017 film starring James Franco. Rated R | In English | 99 minutes