Ridgefield Farmers Market
Why Go: If you are looking to make your meals a little healthier this weekend, thewill provide a selection of organic and homemade options. Pasture raised meats will be for sale, along with fresh vegetables and delectable desserts. Flowers are available to create a more aesthetically pleasing dinner table and local artists will be present to show you their talent.
When/Where: Friday, August 19 on Governor Street in Ridgefield from 2-6 p.m.
Pricing: Free admission.
A Picnic to Celebrate ‘All the Holidays, All At Once’
Why Go: Artists,MTAA invite the community to join them for a picnic and a unique countdown of the year’s . MTAA’s exhibit is located outdoors, behind the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Dress up in attire appropriate for your favorite holiday and bring food traditionally eaten on that day.
When/Where: Sunday, August 21 at the in Ridgefield from 2-4 p.m.
Pricing: Free with cost of admission.
Drop-in Story Time
Why Go: If you have a child that is 3+ and need to get them out of the hot sun and into a room with other children their age, Ridgefield Library will be hosting a morning of song singing, story and movie watching.
When/Where: Saturday, August 20 from 10:30-11am at the .
Pricing: Free. No registration required.
Shakespeare on the Green: A Comedy of Errors
Why Go: If you enjoy a little sarcasm and appreciate one of playwriting’s most well-known contributors, you may want to check out this play. A Comedy of Errors pokes fun at society and gives viewers a giggle.
When/Where: Saturday, August 20 at the at 2pm.
Pricing: The event is free, but tickets must be reserved by calling 203-403-2690.
Why Go: Enjoy the saloon’s regular menu along with the fun-spirited sounds of Blu Gruve. Blu Gruve will play classics and pop hits as you sip on your beer or wine and enjoy the company of the .
When/Where: Saturday, August 19 at the at 9pm.
Pricing: $5 per person.