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Holiday Fair, Tree Lighting, Santa Crawl, Pearl Harbor Remembrance, Symphony

Don't even think of going away this weekend. There is tons to do in Norwalk!

Free Admission to Norwalk Residents at the Maritime Aquariumon Sat., Dec. 7. Norwalk residents will also receive discounts on IMAX movies and gift shop purchases.

Norwalk Norwalk Symphony Messiah Sing-Along & Holiday Extravaganza. On Saturday, Dec. 7 a concert extravaganza at Norwalk Concert Hall featuring the Norwalk Symphony Orchestra is timed perfectly for the holiday season.

SoNo Santa Crawl on Saturday, Dec. 7.  
This is the first-ever event of this type in Norwalk and it sounds like fun. Dress up as Santa, an elf or anything reflecting the December holidays. Register for specials at bars, pizza and parking.

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day event at City Hall in Norwalk. 
Mayor Harry Rilling announced today that in observance of Pearl Harbor Day, the City of Norwalk will hold a brief ceremony this Saturday, Dec. 7 at 9:00 a.m. at Norwalk City Hall in the Community Room. 

St. Paul's Holiday Market Fine Gifts and Crafts 
 Dec. 5-8 
Hours: Dec. 5  from 5:00p.m.-8:00p.m. Dec. 6 1-8 Dec 7 and 8 from 10:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. Find unique holiday gifts, decorations and collectibles featuring items crafted by some of Fairfield county's finest artists and craftspeople St Paul's on the Green, Chittim-Howell House 60 East Avenue Norwalk.

Tree Lighting, Dec. 6. Mathews Park, on West Avenue in Norwalk, will be the scene of music, merriment and mirth on Friday evening, December 6, when the city lights the town holiday tree.  


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