Below we have highlighted our Momecast™ – a mom’s forecast of what to do and where to go for the next seven days across Connecticut, except Hartford – click here for Hartford happenings! We promote things for Moms to do; as well as events and activities for couples, kids and for the entire family!
Note: Until Saturday, August 22nd CT is one of 16 states to have a Tax Free Week, applicable on clothing and footwear less than $100.
Wednesday, August 19:
4 – 6pm: Late Summer Wildflowers Take a relaxing twilight walk through the grounds at Goodwin and learn what flowers are in bloom at this time. You will be amazed by how the flowers change from month to month and you might just catch a fun story about some of the blooms! Free. Goodwin Forest Conservation Education Center, Hampton.
4:30 – 6:30pm: Hike Outing Please join us for a leisurely hike on some beautiful pathways. We’ll be on the trails for approximately two hours, so make sure you bring a small day pack with extra clothing, snacks and water. Register online as space is limited. The minimum age for this event is 8 years old. Participants ages 8-14 must be accompanied by an adult. Participants ages 15-17 may attend without an adult with written adult consent. Free. Tarrywile Park, Danbury.
6:30 – 8:30pm: Conservation in Action Series: Crittercam Mystic Aquarium is proud to launch “Conservation in Action,” a lecture series aimed at engaging the public in much-needed conservation. The series will commence with National Geographic Fellow, Research Associate and award-winning filmmaker Greg Marshall. Marshall will share his adventures from around the globe through his talk, Crittercam: A Tool in International Conservation, starting promptly at 6:45pm. Guests must be 18 and up to attend, and reservations are required. Admission to this event is free. A cash bar and hors d’oeuvres will follow outside where guests can enjoy the belugas that helped test the Crittercam for deployment on whales in the Arctic. Mystic Aquarium, Mystic.
7:30pm: The Goonies Rated PG 115 minutes. The Avon, Stamford.
Wednesday August 19 – Saturday, August 22:
Wednesday – Friday from 6 – 10pm and Saturday from 5-10pm: End of Summer Carnival Rides, games, food, pay one price wristbands. St. Elisabeth Church, Brandford.
Thursday, August 20:
10am – 5pm: Craft Stick Catapults Challenge yourself to use elements of math, science and engineering to build a mini-catapult. Experiment with making a catapult using craft sticks, rubber bands and everyday materials. Everwonder Museum, Newtown. Thanks to Everwonder for submitting this event.
6:30 – 8pm: Do-it-Herself Workshop: Decorative Shelf Create a wooden shelf with power tools. Attach crown molding for a finished look. Free. Home Depot locations.
6:30 – 8:30pm: East Haddam Community Lion’s Ice Cream Social Enjoy music, popcorn and face painting too. Free. MSC Club Pavillions, East Haddam.
7 – 8:30pm: Family Campfire Roast marshmallows, drink lemonade or water. Hear a tale. Sing old, new, rounds, and actions songs. Bring something to sit on. Rain or shine. $16 per family, $4 per person. Blue Slope, Franklin.
7:30 – 8:30pm: Introduction to Trail Running Trail running is a great way to get fit, get outdoors and enjoy some amazing local trail networks. Join our experts as they show you all the skills and equipment you’ll need to make the most out of every trail run. Experienced trail runners themselves, our staff will demonstrate essential techniques for trail running, including stride rate, stride length and maneuvering nimbly in and around obstacles. Plus, they’ll share tips on the fastest ways to get up hill and the safest way to descend in both gradual and rocky terrain. L.L. Bean; Danbury Fair, Danbury.
Thursday, August 20 – Sunday, August 23:
8pm: Shakespeare in the Park: Twelfth Night Bring your own lawn chairs or blankets to set up on the grass. Edgerton Park, New Haven.
Friday, August 21:
10am – 12pm: Organic Scavenger Hunt Calling all kiddos! Grab your caregiver and come on down for a fun scavenger hunt. Stop by Customer Service to pick up your scavenger hunt sheet, hunt down the items, and then hand in your sheet at Customer Service to receive your prize. Whole Foods, Danbury.
10am – 2pm: Ranger Nate Calling all scientists, Ranger Nate will be in the house. Come visit and explore different animal furs. Everwonder Museum, Newtown. Thanks to Everwonder for submitting this event.
3 – 6pm: Fall Semester Open House We invite you to join us for a Fall Semester Open House, to enjoy sample classes, watch a performance by our Elite Dance campers and learn more about which class is right for your child. At 3pm, enjoy a Special Performance by the Elite Dance Campers. Sample dance classes: Creative Movement for Ages 3-5 at 3:30pm, Pre-Ballet for Ages 5-6 at 3:50pm, Hip Hop for Ages 7-12 at 4:10pm, Jazz for Ages 7-12 at 4:30pm and Tap for Ages 7-12 at 4:50pm. To join a Sample Class, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. At 5:15pm: meet with the Dance Director, Rebecca Moore, to inquire about proper class placement and register for fall classes, which start the week of September 9. Chelsea Piers Dance Academy, Stamford.
6 – 8:30pm: Tween Night Out – Boho Elephant Grab a friend and head down to the Pottery Factory, to enjoy a night of canvas painting! You will be given step-by-step instructions from one of our experienced and enthusiastic Creative Specialists. And you will leave with a beautiful creation that you can truly say you painted yourself! This event is designed for tweens 8 and older. $29 per teen. Register in advance. The Pottery Factory, Brookfield.
6:15pm: All Out for Autism Race 6:15pm is the Kids and Special Needs Race and at 6:30pm is the 5K Race. Main Street, New Canaan.
6:30 – 8pm: Family Night We invite families and friends to join us for a night full of family fun! The exciting events and activities planned are karate with Oriental Arts, singing and dancing with Pinwheel Studio, New England Ballet Company of Bridgeport, children’s CrossFit with Jessica, face painting, arts and crafts, sensory explorations tables, STEM activity room, cooking activities, teachers’ ice bucket challenge. Bright Horizons, Trumbull.
7pm: Character Visit – Madeline Come meet Madeline, one of children’s favorite storybook characters. Give her a hug, shake her hand and take a photo. Barnes & Noble, Milford.
7 – 11pm: Summer Teen Night Come to Insports for a night of fun and games! 3-on-3 basketball, dodgeball, soccer, and volleyball are just a few options offered during this fun time. Ages 13 – 17. Register by phone or online. All participants must have an active waiver on file. $20 per night. Insports Center, Trumbull.
7:30pm: WWE Live Supershow John Cena and Cesaro versus Seth Rollins and Kevin Owens. Roman Reigns versus Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton versus Sheamus. Tickets starts at $15. Webster Bank Arena, Brisgeport.
8pm: Star Party! The topic of our talk tonight is Astrophotography with Joe Dougherty as the presenter. Stargazing afterward (weather permitting). Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. You are invited to bring your own telescope or binoculars. Free but donations will be accepted to help defray the Conservation Center’s programming expenses. White Memorial Conservation Center, Litchfield.
8pm: Frank Caliendo Known for “dead on” impressions of famous actors (like Al Pacino, Robin Williams, Robert DeNiro), politicians (George W. Bush, Bill Clinton) and broadcasters (John Madden, David Letterman, Jay Leno, and Jim Rome), Frank is a veteran of television sketch comedy (MadTV, Hype) with numerous appearances on The Tonight Show, and The Late Show with David Letterman, and on the FOX NFL pregame show with Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long and Jimmy Johnson. On the Stage, Frank’s high energy act is a blend of observations, impressions, characters and anecdotal stories that build to a frenetic pace. Once described by the “Hollywood Reporter” as “a combination of Robin Williams and Jim Carrey,” Frank is one comedian that should not be missed! Tickets: $65. The Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield.
Friday, August 21 – Sunday, August 23:
Friday 4 – 11pm, Saturday 10am – 11pm, Sunday 10am – 10pm: Wolcott Country Fair $6 on Saturday or Sunday before 4pm, $8 after 4pm. $19 for 3-day pass. 10 years old and under accompanied by a parent are free. Wristbands are $20 per day. Rides run from 11am – 5pm Saturday – Sunday.
Friday from 4 – 11pm, Saturday 8am – 11pm and Sunday from 8am – 6pm: The Bridgewater Country Fair is a long-standing tradition, preserving the character of the country fairs of yesterday, when farmers and other country folk congregated to compete with their prized livestock, produce, and arts and crafts Admission $8, 3-day pass $16, children under 12 are free. Free parking. Route 133, Bridgewater.
Friday starting at 5pm, Saturday – Sunday starting at 9am: Hamburg Fair
Saturday, August 22:
9am – 12pm: Finding Your Way with Map and Compass Participants will explore the Goodwin Natural Area of the Arboretum, north of Gallows Lane. After learning a few basics of navigation, explorers will set out in groups on self-designated hikes to visit 8 points of interest. A prize will be awarded to the first group that makes it back with treasures scavenged from the locations. Wear sturdy shoes and long pants appropriate for hiking. Beverly Chomiak, Lecturer in Geology and Environmental Studies. Ages 8 through adult; children under 16 must be accompanied by adult. Free. Registration Required. Meet at 33 Gallows Lane. Connecticut College Arboretum, New London.
10am: Sensory-Friendly Film: Shaun the Sheep This program provides a special opportunity for families to enjoy their favorite films in a safe and accepting environment. The auditoriums dedicated to the program have their lights up, the sound turned down and audience members are invited to get up and dance, walk, shout or sing! Matinee pricing. Select AMC Loews locations.
10am: Build & Grow: Thor’s Chariot Thor has come to Lowe’s to end our “Marvel’s Avengers Assemble” Summer! Register your child so they don’t miss the final clinic! Don’t miss Avengers Assemble Sunday Mornings on Disney XD! Lowe’s Home Improvement locations.
10am: Jr. Chef Classes: Pressed Italian Sandwiches Toasty on the outside with a warm filling inside, pressed Italian sandwiches are always a favorite. Our kid-friendly combos will hit the spot—how about salami and cheese, Nutella and strawberry, or ham, tomato and cheese. Young chefs will have fun making and eating them. Note: Nuts will be served in this class. Suitable for ages 5–13. Free. Williams-Sonoma locations.
10am – 12pm: Kids Club: Pencil Topper They craft, you shop! Kids 3 and up can enjoy a quick project and take home a finished masterpiece. Sign up in store or online, or just drop in. $2 per child, supplies included. Michael’s locations.
10am – 12pm: Identifying Bark Bark is a great way to identify trees and will help you understand the overall “look” that each species has! Naturalist Emma Lorusso will help you to hone your skills, so you have a more well-rounded understanding of tree identification! Rain or shine. Free. Goodwin Forest Conservation Education Center, Hampton.
10am – 3pm: The 7th Annual Easton Farm Tour The event begins at the Easton Firehouse Green. Here visitors check in and picked up the event map and pass to events and incentives offered by farmers and community organizations at the different locations throughout day. Fun for the whole family! Visitors enjoy the many farming delights and agricultural educational opportunities Easton has to offer. Visitors enjoy tastings, pony rides, Easton Historical Society activities highlighting what it was like to work the land, grow and cook food, and maintain the farm in the 18th and 19th century, old-time fun and games by the Easton Community Center (ECC); petting zoo, greenhouse tours, weaving and spinning workshops, how to access Easton grown and harvested veggies and fruit fresh from the farm, arts and crafts, and pick your own activities. Many Easton farms will be participating in the tour as well as the Easton Historical Society’s Historic Bradley-Hubbell House Homestead and the Easton Library. Visitors discovered opportunities to explore Easton and learn about sourcing seasonal agricultural and horticultural products and services, including fresh veggies, fruit, honey, eggs, mulch, herbs, meat, flowers, rare and unusual orchids, Christmas trees, horseback riding. In addition, many locations featured educational activities for kids and families — information on animal husbandry, healthy eating, living history and farming in the 18th and 19th century. Something for everybody at the Easton Farm Tour! Citizens For Easton, event sponsor, invite participants back to the green throughout the afternoon to enjoy food and entertainment and visit with some of the Easton organizations who support our Easton farmers and farmland preservation. Visitors will learn about preserving and storing the produce from local farms, growing and maintaining their gardens at the UConn Master Gardener booth.
10am – 4pm: Grange Fair Old time agricultural fair – blue ribbon prizes for craft, veggie, flowers, craft, photography, baking and canning. Games for kids, pony rides, live music and food. Greenfield Hill Grange, Fairfield.
11am – 10pm: Christian Dance Day Christian praise and worship dance teams perform on the Carousel Theatre stage. Great family entertainment. Quassy Amusement Park, Middlebury.
11am – 2pm: Family Arts Day Come one, come all for a day of art and festivities for all ages! Engage in fun activities such as arts and crafts, cookie decorating, face painting and more. Enjoy treats from local food vendors as well as plenty of popcorn and cotton candy! Try your hand at an interactive musical, dance or acting workshop. Watch live performances of storytelling, dance, magic and much more! Admission is free – don’t miss this fun day out! Warner Theatre Center for Arts Education, Torrington.
12pm: Kids in the Kitchen: Build Your Own Lunchbox It’s that time already to start thinking about options for healthy lunches. Brenda our Healthy Eating Specialist and Melissa our Demo Specialist will help turn your picky eaters into healthy snackers. With a variety of options available we’ll give Mom some ideas on what to pack. Kiddos will go home with a new Bento Box. Please e-mail us at least 24 hours advance for sign-up and cancellation for this free event at email@example.com. Please let us know if your little ones have any food allergies when signing up. From 11:30am – 2:30pm: come sample a variety of smart snacks that are adult and kid friendly – also great ideas for packing lunches! Whole Foods, Westport.
12 – 5pm: 25th Anniversary Taste the Shoreline Come down to the Green, we will have food, fun, crafters and kid related activities! Guilford Green, Guilford.
1pm: Back To School Makeover Extravaganza Join Glitsy Girls Mobile Salon for their very first Makeover Extravaganza! The festivities start at Hair Unlimited in Cromwell. There will be snacks, back to school haircuts, nails polished with a design and a Roxy Grace Bath Fizzies Workshop. We will also have a raffle and prizes! RSVP as space is limited.
4pm: The Day the Crayons Came Home Storytime Celebrate with a story, a simple craft, a little Starbucks snack and a live Costume Character! The downtown Bookstore will be collecting used crayons for the month of August as part of the Crayon Collection Initiative. For kids ages 3 and up with an adult. RSVP to FairfieldUBookstoreEvents@gmail.com. Free. Fairfield University Bookstore, Fairfield. Thank you to Fairfield University Bookstore for submitting this event.
4 – 6pm: Snapper Blue Tourney Free registration for any girl or boy ages 3 to 15 years old. Each participant must bring a fishing pole and tackle. All participants must bring their own tackle, but a limited amount of bait will be provided by Jimmy O’s Bait and Tackle. Prizes will be awarded in several categories. All CT DEP regulations will be enforced. Registration is at 3:15pm. The event is held rain or shine. South Benson Marina, Fairfield.
5pm: Clinton Summer Fest & Fireworks Fireworks starts after sunset. Raindate: 8/23. Clinton Town Beach, Clinton.
6:30 – 9pm: Cork and Canvas – Hawaiian Sunrise Bring your friends down to the Pottery Factory, along with your favorite bottle of wine or beverage, and enjoy adult canvas painting! You will be given step-by-step instructions from one of our experienced and enthusiastic Creative Specialists. And you will leave with a beautiful creation that you can truly say you painted yourself! $39 per canvas. Register in advance. The Pottery Factory, Brookfield.
7pm: 10th Annual Northwest CT Idol $15. Warner Theatre, Torrington.
7:30 – 9pm: Creatures of the Night Hike How do your nighttime senses compare to those of the nocturnal animals that call home? Join us for a guided night hike and try your hand at our naturalist-led challenges to find out! First we’ll put your night vision to the test to find out if you can see as well as an owl in the dark. Then we’ll focus on your sense of smell, hearing and touch! Please no flashlights (they lessen the experience of the night-time experience). For safety, staff will have emergency lights. Come dressed for the night weather and able to be outdoors in the dark for at least 1 hour. Spaces are limited and advanced registration required. Rain or shine. $10 per person. New Canaan Nature Center, New Canaan.
8pm: Movie Night: Ring of Bright Water! Mij is a delightfully mischievous otter who’ll enchant viewers of all ages in this bright, wholesome, captivating and endearing film! Middle-aged bachelor Graham Merrill has a nice, quiet life in London, but his fun-loving new roommate Mij is about to change everything! Curious and playful, this otter has better things to do than sit around a stuffy apartment, so Graham decides to move to the coast of Scotland where Mij can frolic to his heart’s content. Once there, they meet Mary, and the unlikely trio begins an incredible journey of friendship and discovery that will transform each of their lives forever! Come by at 6:30pm and bring a picnic before the film! Free but donations will be accepted to help defray the Conservation Center’s programming expenses. White Memorial Conservation Center, Litchfield.
Saturday, August 22 – Sunday, August 23:
11am – 7pm: 2nd Annual Connecticut Food Truck Festival Retail vendors, local music and fun activities for the kids. $5 admission covers parking and entrance. Children 12 and under are free. Four Town Fairgrounds, Somers.
Sunday, August 23:
8 – 9:30am: Pancakes with Penguins! Plan ahead and reserve your tickets for Pancakes with Penguins, a fun event to kick-start your day. Your breakfast experience will include a visit by African Penguins and our mascot “Petey the Penguin.” Breakfast is served buffet style from 8 – 9am and includes pancakes with assorted toppings, scrambled eggs, sausage and various beverages. If you prefer or need Gluten-free pancakes, please call our reservation line and let them know. They’ll pass the word along to the Chef, who’ll make sure your needs are met. Tickets are $24.95 (11 yrs & up) and $20.95 child (10 yrs and under). Aquarium admission can be purchased for an additional $10 when purchased online in advance with your Pancakes with Penguins ticket. Mystic Aquarium, Mystic.
10am – 4pm: Aetna Kids Day Join WTA pros for a fun-filled day of tennis clinics, giveaways and autograph sessions. First 1,000 kids receive an Aetna goody bag! 10am-11:30am: free Tennis Clinic for kids of all ages in the Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center located on site near the practice courts. 11am: Aetna FitZone opens with free tennis clinics, Fast Serve contest, games, prizes and more! 11:45am-12:30pm: Q&A on Grandstand Court with a WTA pro! 12pm: WTA Matches begin. 2-4pm: Player Autograph Sessions. Connecticut Tennis Center at Yale, New Haven.
11am – 2pm: Beach Relay Race Come out to our Celebration Courtyard for a beach-themed relay race. Don’t let our wacky beach props and obstacles slow you down! For children ages 4 and up. Stepping Stones Museum for Children, Norwalk.
1pm: Technique Class: Pressed Italian Sandwiches Discover the secrets to making perfect panini. In this class we’ll create pressed Italian sandwiches using some of our favorite ingredients, including pesto, roasted bell peppers and other summer vegetables, along with meats and cheeses. The options are endless! Free. Registration is required. Some class times can vary by location. Williams-Sonoma locations.
1 – 3pm: Beginners’ Map & Compass Adventure While GPS is a new navigation tool a lot of people utilize, a map and a compass have been used for generations, weigh as lot less, and do not rely on batteries. Using a map and compass to find your way in the woods is an essential skill. Join us for a CFPA Ramble at Gay City State Park in Hebron as we learn about these important and indispensable navigation tools. This is a great opportunity for a recreational hiker to learn about compass components, compass bearings, and declination. We will also explore our map skills; such as, reading the symbols and contour lines of topographic maps, how to orient the map and use it with a compass, and how to recognize land forms. There will be compasses available for your use. Supplies are limited so registering with Jim, the trained volunteer Ramble Guide, is required. We will meet in the parking lot outside of the park entrance and walk as a group to the activity location. Park in the parking lot outside and to the north of the park gate. Free. RSVP required. Gay City State Park, Hebron.
2pm: Around the World: Show Me a Tale The Legend of John Henry, a West Virginia Folktale. Tickets required. Limited space. For ages 5 and older. Stepping Stones Museum for Children, Norwalk.
2 – 4pm: Votes for Women! “Their Rights and Nothing Less” A Suffrage Tea Presented by Progressive Era suffrage historian Joanie Di Martino. Celebrate the 95th anniversary of the 19th Amendment and discover how the activism of CT suffragists helped women to gain the right to vote in 1920. Enjoy an authentic Suffrage Tea Party. $10. Reservations required. Avery-Copp Museum, Groton.
2 – 4pm: Ask The Horticulturist: Birds of Prey Bring your questions! Site Horticulturist George McCleary guides you through garden topics and what is in bloom. Admission is $20. Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden, Bethlehem.
2 – 4pm: Mobile Phone Photography Workshop Youth ages 11 and up are invited to participate in an exciting photography workshop that will teach them how to take great pictures using the cameras on their mobile phones. Photographer Edward Santos will show students how to capture innovative photos using different artistic angles, and he will introduce the group to free phone applications that can be used to enhance the pictures. Participants will practice taking photos at the Hempsted Houses and at other historic New London sites. The workshop is free and open to the public. Space is limited. Please reserve a spot by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Hempsted Houses, New London.
2:30 – 3:30pm: Wild Edible and Medicinal Plants of Cheshire Local naturalist, Eric Nelson, will introduce participants to local nuts, berries, leaves and other woody plant parts that the early Native Americans and Colonists of New England used as food and medicine. Cheshire Historical Society, Cheshire.
5pm: 6th Annual Sunset Run for the Warriors is a unique event dedicated to the men and women wounded in the global war on terror and their families. By uniting the entire community, military, and civilian alike, this event embraces wounded service members and their families in the shared belief that there is hope beyond recovery. Same day registration will be available for the 10k, 5k, 1-Mile, and Kids Race. Come out and be a part of this memorable event! All proceeds from the Sunset Run For The Warriors® will benefit our nation’s wounded heroes and their families through our many Hope For The Warriors® Programs. Huntington Green, Shelton.
8pm: Jamie Lynn Spears may be an emerging artist in the music world, but she is already a seasoned showbiz veteran in many ways. In addition to being Britney Spears little sister, fans remember her for her first starring role in Nickelodeon’s Emmy-nominated Zoey 101 for which she also co-wrote and sang the show’s theme song. Now the Kentwood, Louisiana native is back in the spotlight taking a stab a full music career that truly captures her Southern roots. Jamie Lynn began her entertainment career with a small part in Crossroads, portraying the fictionalized younger version of real-life sister Britney Spears’ character. Jamie Lynn then found a home in television; appearing on Nickelodeon’s All That and most notably starring as the title character of Zoey 101, for which she won the Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Award for “Best Actress” in 2006. Carly (Cugine) & Eliza (Paltauf) are back in Ridgefield to perform their latest songs. The young acoustic duo have been acclaimed for their harmonies and unique sound that is a blend of country, pop and rock. See them perform Eliza’s new single Dangerous on the playhouse stage for the first time! Soundcheck Party: Be one of a handful of fans to come to the theatre during Jamie Lynn’s sound check from 3:30-4pm. Come listen and then meet and have your photo taken with Jamie Lynn! Meet and have your photo taken with Jamie Lynn before the show at 7:15pm! Tickets: $35. A limited amount VIP and Soundcheck party tickets are available for an additional fee! Please call the box office at (203) 438-5795 for details! Ridgefield Playhouse, Ridgefield.
Monday, August 24:
10 – 11am: Taste of Tinkergarten Come join us for a sample of what Tinkergarten class is all about. You’ll get to experience the flow of a class and a sample of the fun learning activities we enjoy each week. Free. Tilley Pond Park, Darien.
10:30 – 11:30am: Storytime & Painting – Mr. Seahorse Looking for something fun for the kids to do? Sign up for a story and canvas painting. What is Mommy and Me Story Time with canvas? Our Story Time canvas event allows younger children to enjoy our canvas painting with help from Mom or Dad. After reading a story you will be given step-by-step instructions from one of our experienced and enthusiastic Creative Specialists. Your child will leave with a beautiful creation they can say they painted on their own! $19.99 per child. The Pottery Studio, Brookfield.
5pm: Military Appreciation Night It is our privilege to honor the men and women who have are currently serving and who have served in the US Military and we want you and a guest to enjoy this special night on us. Free: two stadium box seat tickets Bring two additional guests for just $10 each. Free: complimentary hospitality in the United Technologies Military Outpost in the Frontier Club overlooking Stadium Court. Free: American Flags at the gate courtesy of Knights of Columbus. Click here for the flyer. Connecticut Tennis Center at Yale, New Haven.
Monday, August 24 – Tuesday, August 25:
7:05pm: Long Island Ducks at Bridgeport Bluefish Monday Promotion: The first 500 fans at the Ballpark will receive a David Letterman Paper Face Fan. Tuesday Promotion: First 500 fans will receive a BB Cartoon Logo Collectors Pin.
Tuesday, August 25:
11am – 3pm: Back to School Vendor Fair Come meet with vendors and find out what makes their products perfect for the schoolyard. Whole Foods, Fairfield.
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