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Patch helps you get out this weekend.

Concert on the Green: David Chevin

When/Where:  Sunday, July 3 at 6pm on the Redding Green.

Why Go: David Chevin, a Professor of Music at University and a Bassologist will be performing Jazz that will help atendees end the weekend and begin the week on a relaxed note. Chevin has been involved in Jazz projects in Southern Connecticut, has experimented with electronic tape loops, played with musicians who love everything from polka to rock.

Pricing: Free.

The Third Annual Fairfield Museum Photography Exhibition

When/Where: Friday, July 1 at 10am at the .

Why Go: Tap into your aesthetic side by taking a stroll through the museum and taking some time to think about what the artist was trying to portray, soak in or give to their viewers. Bring a group of friends to hear their thoughts on the art and spend your afternoon perceiving the visions displayed. 

Pricing: $5.00 admission

Discover Columbus’s Ships

When/Where: Friday, July 1 atin Bridgeport from 9am-6pm .

Why Go: The Nina and the Pinta, two replicas of Columbus’s ships will be docked at the Captain’s Cove Seaport. With a sunny weekend ahead, grab the kids and get outside. Guests will be able to get onboard the ships to get an idea of what Columbus may have experienced.  

Pricing: $8 adults, $7 seniors, $6 ages 5-16, Free ages 4 and under.

Easton Farmers Market

When/Where: 9am-12pm July 2 next to the EMS building on Sports Hill Road.

Why Go: Gather up fresh fruits and veggies for your Independence Day barbecue.

Pricing: Free admission.

Ogden House Tours

When/Where: Sunday, July 3 at 1pm at the next to the Fairfield Museum & History Museum.

Why Go: Discover the way people lived during the 18th century by following a docent throughout the Ogden House. This house is listed among the National Register for Historical places.

Pricing: $3.00 admission


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