Complimentary Curator Tour of the Society’s latest exhibit, “About Time: The Masterwork of Margaret Brassler Kane (1909-2006),” With Jay Kane, the artist’s son, and Maggie McIntire, DHS director, presenting.
DMA members can attend free, with a guest. They can sign up at our meeting this week or at the meeting on the morning of the Tour: November 7. Any questions, call me. The Darien Historical Society is located at 45 Old Kings Highway North, in Darien.
Immediately following Dr. Dhruvakumar’s presentation on atrial fibrillations Post 53 will conduct a CPR training session in the DCA common room.
Thursday November 9th we will be check the lights on the holiday wreaths. We will be meet at 9 AM behind the town hall. Last year we replaced about 195 lights and hope to pass 200 this year. The whole project takes about an hour and a half (the more people who show up the faster the work).
We will have a signup sheet at the Wednesday meetings but all are welcome to attend. They even provide free coffee and donuts.
Good community project and a good time.
Any questions see Jack Fitzgibbons at email@example.com
We fixed the holiday lights for Darien,
Wreaths from boxes we were a carry’en.
Replacing bulbs, fixing bows, blowing fuses
We did our job with no excuses.
So remember well the seven elves of DMA,
Working in the cold that November day,
We ask no praise, we did our task
But next year we might bring a flask!
Leave by 10:00
Lunch at 12:00
Show at 2:00
Home by 6:30.
In this hilarious valentine to show tunes and show people, a forgotten Jazz Age musical comes to life in the living room of a diehard theatre fan. As he eagerly spins his favorite cast album, a fizzy vintage show suddenly appears, exploding with song, dance and pure entertainment. Our quirky narrator fills the plot holes, with laugh-out-loud results. Packed with show-stopping numbers and larger-than-life characters, here’s a Tony Award-winning spoof that will have everyone falling in love with zany musical comedy!
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An Evening Sail on Schooner SoundWaters
Chris Snyder, chairman, Social Events, reports that Gary Banks has arranged on evening sail on the schooner SoundWaters on September 27 from 5 p.m.-7 p.m., departing from Stamford. Included is a talk about the “Maritime History of Long Island Sound.”
Cost of the two-hour sail is $10 per person. There is space on board for a maximum of 40 people.
Participants are invited to bring their own snacks or beverages such as beer, wine and soft drinks.
Park in Boccuzzi Park, 200 Southfield Ave. Stamford. It is on the West side of Stamford. There is construction in the area, plus the usual I95 congestion through Stamford, so allow extra time. The boat sails promptly at 5. My GPS took me to Exit 6 then left on West, left on Selleck, and right onto Southfield. A crew member will be at the parking lot to give you a parking permit and escort you to the Soundwaters. It is a short walk. There are port-a-johns at the parking lot they ask you to use vs the on-board head. There are also public restrooms off the boardwalk at the Crab Shell.
Dinner after the sail is available at the Crab Shell or Prime – 46 Southfield Ave., Stamford. You can park at Prime/Crab Shell and walk 15 minutes south (to your right) on a pleasant boardwalk to the SoundWaters.
SoundWaters, founded in 1989, is the premier environmental education organization focused on the protection of Long Island Sound and its watershed.
Mel Krugman and the Ferguson Library are holding a lecture in honor of Joe Sexton at the Harry Bennet Branch May 10, 2018 at 6:30.
Kevin Peraino will be the featured speaker. Kevin Peraino is the author of “A Force So Swift : Mao, Truman, and the Birth of Modern China, 1949”
“We will meet at 8 a.m. this Saturday in the parking lot behind the Gofer Ice Cream store, 1020 Boston Post Road,” reports Jack Fitzgibbons, chairman, DMA Community Services.
Trash bags, sanitary gloves and pickup sticks will be handed out to everyone.
“We also will take a group photo of DMA members before starting,” notes Jack.
Traditionally, DMA cleans up at the train station, the nearby parking lots and along Mechanic Street.
It usually takes about an hour and a half to do the job.
For questions, contact Jack Fitzgibbons (203) 274-5811 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
As you can imagine, for someone who has been wearing prison greens for years, proper civilian clothing is a must and is sorely needed. (New York, which is not atypical, gives a released inmate only $40 and a bus ticket home.) This year’s drive will take place on Wednesday, May 2. Just bring those gently worn items (suits, ties, shirts, pants, sweaters, coats, etc.) that’s been clogging up your closet to the DCA parking lot before our meeting on May 2; a Hudson Link van will be waiting to take it to the Hudson Link office in Ossining, where it will be Ossining office where it will change someone’s life. It will be much appreciated!