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Thursday, July 18, 2019
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10:00am [10:00am] Norwalk: Acting Out with Ms. Karen
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Ms. Karen and her trunk full of innovative costumes, puppets, and props, set the stage to bring stories to life. Ages 3 and up with an adult. More info: 203-899-2780 ext 15131

[10:30am] Bridgeport: GSK Science in the Summer
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Calling all student scientists! What makes us each unique? What are some of the features we all share? Join the Discovery Museum for the Science of Me, brought to you by GSK and The Franklin Institute. We’ll learn about the systems that power our bodies, how we understand the world around us, and how we are all special even as we are all alike. Once we’ve learned about our body systems, we’ll celebrate the ways that we are all amazingly us! GSK Science in the Summer programs are completely free to participants! Students must be entering grades 2-6 to participate. For more information, call Sarah Tropp-Pacelli at 203-372-3521 x114 or email at tropp@discoverymuseum.org. Programs will also be held at the Discovery Museum throughout the summer on the following dates: June 17, 19, 20, 25 July 16, 18, 25 August 1, 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 19, 22 To register, visit the website and click on the date you would like to attend. GSK Family Day will be held on August 22nd at the Discovery Museum from 5pm-8pm for all student participants and their families.

[10:30am] Windsor: My Mother The Astronaut
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A young girl's mom is an astronaut, and it's Take Your Child to Work Day. She can't wait to go to NASA and find out what it's like to be in space. Presented by The Traveling Lantern Theatre Group. Ages 6-12. Pre-register: 860-285-1910




[1:00pm] Orange: Beardsley Zoomobile
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Meet and touch amazing animals and examine rare artifacts. 1-2 pm for ages 3-5 2-3 pm for ages 6 and up Pre-register: 203-891-2170

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4:00pm [4:30pm] Wallingford: Lionheart Puppets Presents Jack Tuesday Fairy Tale Investigator
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This is a fun-filled mystery starring several favorite storytime characters. Ages 4-11. More info: 203-265-6754

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6:00pm [6:00pm] Durham: Summer Concert Series
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Local bands play on the Center Stage. There will be on-site food trucks, games and fun.

[6:00pm] North Haven: Stuffed Animal Sleepover
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Bring one of your stuffed animals to the library and share a special storytime, songs, and a craft together. Then tuck him in so he can have a sleepover with all of his new friends. Pick him up the next morning (after 11 am) and see what shenanigans he got into overnight. Ages 10 and under. RSVP: 203-239-5803

[6:00pm] Windsor: Summer Concerts
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Come out for dinner and a show; dine at one of the local Windsor restaurants and a concert on the green. Summer Concerts are a 'stampable' page in your Passport to Summer Fun! May 30: Hip Service (Rock/R&B Party Band) June 6: Kingsborough (Rock n' Roll) June 13: Atta Kid (Funk/Soul) June 20: The Boys of Summer (Eagles Tribute) June 27: Danny Click and the Hell Yeahs! (Indie Country Rock) July 11: The Purple Ones (Insatiable Tribute to Prince) July 18: Coco Montoya Band (Blues Rock) July 25: Caravanserai (Latin Rock/Santana Tribute) August 1: To Be Announced August 8: Wonder Bread 5 (Rock & Dance Hits) August 15: The Bell Brothers (Modern Country) August 22: Orquesta Son de Cana (Latina Salsa) August 29: The Dylan Black Project (Funk/R&B) September 5: Beatles Flashback (Beatles Tribute) Concert night reminders: * Concert rain dates are the following Tuesday. * Bring a food item for Windsor Food & Fuel Bank. * Shop and eat at the local Farmer's Market from 5:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

[6:30pm] Branford: PJ Stories
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Enjoy a sleepy story hour filled with rhymes, movement, and songs. Ages 5 and under with an adult. More info: 203-488-1441, ext 323

[6:30pm] Newtown: Summer Concert
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Pack a blanket or chairs, bring dinner, and enjoy listening to a musical performance. July 11: Survivors Swing Band July 18: One Track Mind July 25: Kathy Thompson Band More info: 203-270-4340

[6:30pm] Old Saybrook: NEATO the Magician
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NEATO the magician will dazzle you with his special Reading is Magic show. Enjoy fun magic tricks for the whole family. More info: 860-395-3184

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