Here's what to know or where you might go in and around Norwalk for Thursday, Sept. 5, 2013:
Have you ever taken part in the Norwalk Seaport Association's Thursday evening clambakes on Sheffield Island? Here's what you get: • Round trip boat ride to Sheffield Island • Panoramic views of Long Island Sound • Tour of historic Sheffield Island Lighthouse•Dinner on the Island provided by Chef Clyde Ripka of Bull's Head Market. For more information, see this PDF of the menu, with prices, and to get tickets, call the seaport association at (203) 838-9444 or go to their website.
Stepping Stones Museum for Children will stay open late (until 8 p.m.) Thursday with free admission. On that night, the museum says on its website, you can "learn more about local
organizations and enjoy storytimes, activities and giveaways."
Plan on going to the Norwalk Oyster Festival this weekend in Veterans Park. "The Festival offers a wide variety of
activities the whole family will enjoy, including an Arts & Crafts
Pavilion, the Kid’s Cove, with rides, games and child-centered entertainment, a
food court with everything from Italian favorites to seafood," according to the events listing posted on Norwalk Patch. "And, not to be missed, the popular Oyster
Slurping and Oyster Shucking contests." On Friday night, Max Creek plays, and on Saturday, The Village People.
Week, on behalf of the Wounded Warrior Project, will take place the
week of Sept. 5-12, 2013. It will be of three parts: a running silent
auction, a collection box for a care package to mail overseas to my
brother and his platoon, and a by-donation, all-levels yoga class." -- from an article by Lexy Stauffer on Darien Patch.