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Take in Some Theater or Visit a Holiday Boutique this Week in New Canaan

Here's a glimpse at some of the fun that awaits you in and around New Canaan in the week ahead:

Join the New Canaan Historical Society for "an afternoon of Thanksgiving baking, crafts & holiday traditions in the colonial surroundings of the Hanford-Silliman House," on Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 4 p.m., according to this listing on New Canaan Patch. For children ages 5 to 11. There is a $20 entrance fee. Please call the Society for reservations at 203-966-1776, or email newcanaan.historical@gmail.com.

On Wednesday night, the Cos Cob Fire Police Patrol heads to neighboring Stamford's Fairway Market to take advantage of a shopping night that will raise funds for the developmental disabilities-focused Abilis of Greenwich. The event kicks off at 4 p.m. on Nov. 20. Check out more coverage of the event here.

Check out New Canaan High School's presentation of Stepping Out starting on Thursday, "an off beat British play that revolves around a weekly tap class. The range of characters in the class and their diverse tapping abilities makes for a most unusual and fun show," according to this New Canaan Patch listing. Stepping Out runs November 21, 22, and 23 at 7:30 pm on the NCHS stage. Tickets are available online at newcanaanhighschooltheatre.com

On Friday at St. Mark's Church, the New Canaan Sewing Group will host its Holiday Boutique, which "benefits non-profit organizations in New Canaan and other near by communities.  All handcrafts are made by sewing group members who are known for their high quality workmanship.  Hand-knit sweaters, doll clothes, many one-of-a kind ornaments and decorations for all the upcoming holidays are just a few of the items being created for this sale.  The Gourmet Table will feature homemade treats -- baked goods, soups, Thanksgiving side dishes.  For more information, contact us a sewinggroup@gmail.com," according to this listing on New Canaan Patch.  

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