Posts Categorized: Events

Guatemalan & U.S. Children’s Art Show Comes to Downtown Danbury

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  CONNECTICUT – As a part of an ongoing global art exchange organized by Norwalk-based cultural organization Creative Connections, Guatemalan and American students will share what they value in their cultures with art, and the results will be seen throughout CityCenter Danbury. Through the efforts… Read more »

‘New Yorker’ Cartoonist Shows Work in Hometown of Bethel

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Joseph Farris

  The Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut presents Joseph Farris at Byrd’s Books, a hugely celebrated local artist featured as part of the Accessible Art Project thru January 11, 2013.  The exhibit can be viewed during Molten Java’s, the coffee shop downstairs from Byrd’s Books, normal… Read more »

“A Short History of the Connecticut Forest” Lecture at WestConn November 28

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  Forestry and horticulture expert Dr. Jeffrey S. Ward will visit Danbury’s Western Connecticut State University to discuss the history of the Connecticut forest and explain its evolution on Wednesday, November 28 at 4pm. Ward’s talk, “A Short History of the Connecticut Forest” will be… Read more »

Danbury Music Centre Nutcracker Tickets on Sale November 15

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Last year's Sugar Plum Fairy, 16-year-old Liane Attanasio, a junior at Bethel High School; and the Cavalier, Nick Bullard, 18 years old, a dancer with the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School, a feeder school for American Ballet Theater in New York City.

  Danbury’s homegrown production of Nutracker Ballet began in 1967 and continues to be one of Danbury’s premiere annual cultural events.  Generously funded by the City of Danbury, the Danbury Cultural Commission, William Fricke and Anna Walter, Ingersoll Auto of Danbury, BMW of the Hudson Valley,… Read more »