Bruce Museum’s 34th Annual Outdoor Arts Festival
October 10—11, 10am-5pm
Featuring paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, mixed media pieces and photography in color as well as black and white. More than 70 artists from all over the country display their work on the Museum grounds, all items available for purchase. The event also includes family art activities, live music and delicious food. Festival admission of $8 includes admission to the Bruce Museum galleries. Admission is free to members and children less than 5 years old.
Greenwich Historical Society: Fall Festival
October 11, 2015
Visitors may take a hayride along historic Strickland Road; enjoy a family-friendly tour of Bush-Holley House linked to the Fifth Connecticut Regiment; visit the exhibition Greenwich Choices and try their hands at Colonial-inspired crafts. They may also compete in the annual scarecrow-making competition. Registration fee for the competition (in addition to entrance fee) is $10 for members and $15 for nonmembers and includes armature (“the bones”), hay for stuffing, twine and a burlap sack for the head. Bring your own clothing and “accessories” to customize your creation.
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