Things to do this weekend January 25th – 27th: Connecticut, Rhode Island and Westchester


Event: Sun Wine & Food Fest
Venue: Moheagan Sun – Uncasville
Date: January 24-27
Description: Wine connoisseurs and food aficionados rejoice! The Sun Wine & Food Fest is back at Mohegan Sun. Don’t miss your chance to sip and sample your way through endless vintages and signature dishes, incredible showcases and tastings during a four-day affair across two spaces, the Uncas Ballroom and the new Earth Expo Center.  A portion of proceeds will go to Channel 3 Kids Camp, who provide fun year-round opportunities to children of all abilities, families and communities through educational and recreational programs.

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Event: Greenwich Winter Sale & Giving Days
Venue:  Mohawk Mountain Ski Area – Hamden
Date: January 25-27
Description: Winter Blizzard Blowout sales featuring approximately 100 merchants in downtown Greenwich, Byram, Cos Cob, Riverside and Old Greenwich offering savings up to 70% or a percentage of sales donated to Think Greenwich, a non-profit organization and campaign to promote Greenwich.
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Rhode Island

Event: Abstraction Through Magnification with Arnie Casavant
Venue: Bristol Art Museum – Bristol
Date: January 26
Description: Have you wanted to experiment with abstraction? This workshop is for you. Exercises will help you transition from representational painting to non-representational. This is a “loosen up” workshop where we will enjoy the freedom of expression in abstract painting.

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Event: Helefest Winter Tour
Venue: Revival Brewing Company – Cranston
Date: January 26
Description: Revival Brewing Co. in Cranston, RI will be our final stop of our Winter Tour and we hope to see you there! Lots of Live Performances.
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Event: The Art of a Handwritten Note
Venue: The King’s Scribe – Chappaqua
Date: January 26
Description: Special Event at The King’s Scribe (15 King Street in Chappaqua) on Saturday, January 26, 11:00am-12:30pm. Come learn how to write a thoughtful effective thank you note for alumni, on-campus and internship interviews, networking meetings, and letters of recommendation.  While email has its place and value, there is plenty of evidence that a personal handwritten note goes a long way! This FREE event will cover what content a proper note of thanks should include, the importance of penmanship, what kind of stationery to use and the proper timing to send it.  The event is free, but RSVP is required

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Event: Billion Oyster Project
Venue: Henry Hudson Library – Montrose
Date: January 26
Description: When Henry Hudson sailed into the New York Harbor in 1609 on his way to the river that would bear his name, the waters were packed with 220,000 acres of oyster reefs. Unfortunately, by 1906, the harbor’s oyster population had been decimated due to over harvesting and pollution. The Billion Oyster Project, headed by Executive Director Peter Malinowski, aims to fix that by planting one billion oysters in the New York Harbor by 2030. Why bring back the oysters? A single adult oyster can filter up to 50 gallons of water a day, removing pollutants from its environment. So far, the organization has recruited thousands of volunteers to plant over 25 million oysters – an inspiring example of how communities can promote environmental stewardship and the health of our waters.

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