It's the weekend before Halloweeen! What's on your calendar?
And there's more going on than just Halloween. Check it out!
Check out the Life Day In, Day Out art exhibit that opens Friday, Oct. 25, in the Flinn Gallery of the Greenwich Library. Stark, beautiful works indeed!
Need something to 'wine" about? Check out AOC Old Greenwich for a taste of a pair of wines made on the slopes of the Etna volcano, on Friday, Oct. 25.
What's better than birthdays, PJs and pizza? Join the child-friendly Shabbat program with ruach (spirit), singing, dancing, pizza and of course, ICE CREAM at Temple Sholom. We will also be celebrating birthdays for children born in September and October.
There will be pumpkin carving, arts and crafts, games, and snacks featured at the free annual Halloween Happenings on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon in Fletcher Hall at Second Congregational Church.
Do the Time Warp at the Maritime Aquarium in Norwalk. Dress up and join a live cast who will act out “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” while the campy cult-classic plays on the IMAX screen, Saturday, Oct. 26, at 9 p.m. at the Maritime Aquarium in Norwalk.And if you need to get your pet into the Halloween mood, check out the annual Howl & Prowl Halloween costume party in Greenwich Common, right in the middle of Greenwich Avenue at 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 27.
Curiosity Concerts is a new series of free classical music concerts in the Greenwich area, for families with younger children. Full information is online at www.CuriosityConcerts.org. The first concert is Oct 27, 2013, at 11 a.m., and features PROJECT TRIO presenting a high-octane version of "Peter and the Wolf" at the Greenwich Arts Council.
Round Hill Association will host a halloween party Sunday, Oct. 27 at 4 p.m. Fun for the family! Activities for kids up to age 8, including a costume parade, cake decorating, and entertainment by musician Graham Clarke. It all happens at the Round Hill Community House.
A Walk in the Park ... for a Cause: Family and friends of people with autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities will gather to support the nonprofit Abilis on Sunday, Oct. 27 during the eighth annual Walk in the Park for Abilis. Registration and kid-friendly activities begin at 10:30 a.m. at Greenwich Point Park.