- The 36th annual Norwalk Oyster festival starts Sept. 6th (Friday night). Since Labor Day weekend weather was not so great, this may in fact be the last hurrah of summer.
With 40,000 expected to attend over the course of the 3-day event (Friday, Sept. 6th through Sunday, Sept. 8th), there's something for everyone: live bands including The Village People (Saturday at 9:00pm), rides, games, lumberjack axe demos,BMX stunt shows, circus acts, crepes, BBQ, pizza and even fried cheese curds! Order tickets online here.
- The Art Society of Old Greenwich will hold its annual sidewalk art show and sale on Saturday, Sept. 7 and Sun., Sept. 8. Just look for the displays along Sound Beach Ave. in Old Greenwich, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
- Music Mash '13 WPKN Record Fair, Saturday, Sept. 7th. Record Fair in Fairfield. This sounds worth the drive. Where: Fairfield Theatre Company Annex at 70 Sanford Street, Fairfield, CT from 8:00am to 5:30pm.
Early Bird hours from 8:00am to 10:00am for a $20 admission fee. Regular admission begins at 10:00am for $5. Children under 12 admitted for free. Located across from the Fairfield Train Station, parking is plentiful and free. Tickets available only at the door! This event will feature a wide array of vendors and great opportunities to acquire some amazing albums, CDs and memorabilia.
Featured special guests at the WPKN Booth: Chris Frantz & Tina Weymouth (Talking Heads and Tom Tom Club), Hilton Valentine (The Animals), Rusty Ford (Lothar & the Hand People), and Charlie Karp (Buddy Miles Express).
Food trucks from Taco Loco (Bridgeport), Fire Engine Pizza Company (Bridgeport), and Cowabunga (Norwalk) and The Vintanthromodern Vintage Clothing Truck (New Haven) will also be featuring their wares.
- Sun. Sept. 8. Shakespeare's As You Like it at Audubon Greenwich, on Hawk Watch Lawn. Sep 8 2013 - 2:15pm - 5:30pm 613 Riversville Rd.
For one afternoon only, Audubon will host an outdoor performance of one of Shakespeare’s best loved comedies, As You Like It. Guest can enjoy views of migrating hawks as they sit upon the official ‘hawk watching lawn’ on what could be the peak of the raptor migration.