Current & Upcoming Events
In Fairfield of course! The iconic book character will be hiding in 25 downtown businesses from July 1-29, 2017. Pick up your Waldo passport at the Fairfield University Bookstore-your Waldo Headquarters, and start the hunt. A fun summertime activity for kids and families. Support the shop local movement in our community!
70 Sanford Street, Fairfield
The Soul Rebels get right to the heart of New Orleans music, playing ferocious funk and second line grooves that will lift you out of your seat. These guys bring a resurgent energy, filled with the most exciting, head-spinning, body-pumping music to emerge from New Orleans in years. Try to stand still… we dare you. Admission is $23/ticket. Seating is first-come, first-served.
Joshua Radin’s music is beautiful, simplistic and stunning. You can hear a pin drop when he strums and sings then a bellow of laughter when he tells a story or joke. Each gorgeous song has an equally brilliant story to go along with it making his shows charming and amusing. Rachael Yamagata’s music is similar in vibrancy. Her rich and sultry voice channels influences from pop rock, jazz, and blues allowing her to experiment with range and style. As NPR…
Donavon Frankenreiter @ The Warehouse
Donavon Frankenreiter’s music always invites a loving vibe into the room. His freewheeling music gravitates toward slack key guitar, lap steel, and ukulele to create a tropical island feel. The laid-back and sandy songwriter has a tendency to whisk you away to the laid-back groove of the Hawaiian islands with his smokey vocals and tender delivery. Tickets are $35. Standing Room Only.
After many years on StageOne, PMW now performs in The Warehouse bringing your favorite bluegrass rock including a special Allman Brothers celebration set. You already know that these guys have a reputation for high-energy live shows, now imagine that in The Warehouse. Get your tickets now because this is a special night where PMW and ABB collide. Admission is $25. Standing Room Only.
Enjoy feature films showcasing classic rock artists such as the Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, and John Lennon! Doors open at 7 pm, seating is first-come, first-served. Admission is free for members, non-members pay $5/ticket. Tuesday, August 1 – Imagine; Wednesday, August 9 – Shine A Light; Tuesday, August 15 – Tommy; Wednesday, August 28 – The Song Remains The Same
Relive the timeless romance of Jane Austen’s most famous works with the Pequot Library! Offered in conjunction with the Pages from Pequot Special Collections Exhibition, Jane Austen: Insights and Influences, this film series features critically acclaimed hits such as Pride and Prejudice. Free and open to the public, no reservation required. Wednesday, August 2: Love and Friendship (PG – 2016) Wednesday, August 9: Sense and Sensibility (PG – 1995) Wednesday, August 16: Pride and Prejudice (PG – 2005) Wednesday, August…
148 Beach Road
Operation Hope’s eagerly anticipated Annual Tag Sale is almost here! Join us on Saturday, August 19 (9:00am-4:00pm) and Sunday, August 20 (12:00pm-4:00pm) to show your support. Items up for auction include furniture, household goods, jewelry, toys, paintings, and electronics. All proceeds benefit Operation Hope. Rain or shine, you’re guaranteed to find a treasure! Donations will be accepted Monday, August 14 – Thursday, August 17 from 9:00am-12:00pm and 5:00pm-8:00pm.
720 Pequot Avenue, Southport
Join Pequot Library and Music for Youth for a panel for students who want to continue their music studies in college. The panel will address how to leverage their music skills in the application process, discuss critical issues concerning financial planning and review the importance of preparing recommendations, résumés, and recordings. The program is free and open to the public. No registration required. For more information, please contact email@example.com