Tuesday April 23, 2024
Honey in the Kitchen
7:30 pm
Norfield Congregational Church Hall
The Back Yard Beekeepers Association presents an in-person talk and brief culinary presentation with Michelin-starred Chef Patti Jackson about traditional uses of honey for sweetening, preserving, brewing and baking. Topics include the chemistry of honey and its advantages in home cooking. Feel free to arrive at 7:00 and socialize. The event is free, but please register.
Wednesday April 24, 2024
Annual Town Budget Meeting
8:00 pm
Weston High School auditorium
On the table: operating budgets for the Town of Weston and the Weston Public School District, and the capital budget. The meeting is called to order at 8:00 pm for qualified voters. Check-in with the Registrars begins at 7:00 pm. 
Thursday April 25, 2024
Manet & Degas at the Met
7:00 pm
Join Riva Blumenfeld for a virtual tour of the recent exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art of works by Édouard Manet and Edgar Degas, who as friends, rivals and sometimes antagonists helped define modern painting in France. The exhibition illustrates how their artistic objectives and approaches overlapped. Register to receive the Zoom link on the day of the program.
Saturday April 27, 2024
Green Up Day
9:00 am
Norfield Church Parish Hall
A day of spring cleaning the town by volunteers who gather at Norfield Church, pick up bags, and hit the roads and parks to pick up trash. While supplies last, volunteers can get free tree seedlings. A Kiwanis program with the Beautification and Sustainability committees, Lachat Town Farm, and the Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Key Club members, and others.
Healthy Kids Day
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Westport Weston Family YMCA
14 Allen Raymond Lane, Westport
A National YMCA event to inspire children and their families to discover the value of healthy lifestyles, emphasizing nutritious eating, physical activity, mental resilience, and developing lifelong healthy habits. Free and open to all, register at the link below. Enjoy entertaining events, games, activities, sports, food trucks, safety demonstrations, and local vendors.
Tequila and Mezcal Tasting Party
7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Weston History & Culture Center
104 Weston Road
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo a week early and sample a variety of tequila and mezcal at a tasting led by Gregg Glaser, publisher and editor of Modern Distillery Age. Enjoy bidding on silent auction items including airline tickets. All proceeds support the Weston History & Culture Center. Tickets, $100 per person at the link below.
Saturday May 4, 2024
Breakfast With the Birds
7:30 am – 11:00 am
Lachat Town Farm
Start with coffee and pastries, then — guided by birdwatcher Charlie Stebbins — learn how to identify birds not just by sight, but by song. Two free apps — Merlin and eBird — make it easier and can be downloaded to your phone in advance. Bring good binoculars if you have, a few extras will be on hand. $10 for adults, $5 for children ages 12 to 18 (must be accompanied by an adult). No problem to leave early if you must, but feel free to stay for as long as you can. Rain date: May 5.
Budget Referendum
12:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Town Hall
Qualified voters cast ballots for the operating budgets of the Town of Weston and the Weston Public School District, and the capital budget. 
Sunday May 5, 2024
Sunday Soundscapes: Baroque Virtuosity Trio
4:00 pm
Weston Public Library
A journey back to an elegant time when music was made with harpsichords, lutes and viols as Baroque Virtuosity Trio takes the stage in the fourth edition of Sunday Soundscapes, brought to you by the Friends of the Weston Library. The program features 18th century compositions by Bach, Corelli, Leclair, and others. Reserve a seat at the link below. Suggested donation: $20 for adults, $10 for students, or whatever is more manageable.
Tuesday May 7, 2024
A Mind Like Mine
7:00 pm
Inside the World of Kids with LD and ADHD
The Westport Library Trefz Forum
An interactive program with Jake Sussman, founder of Superpower Mentors, to help parents and educators learn proactive strategies to empower kids with learning disabilities. By sharing his own story of tackling learning differences, Mr. Sussman demonstrates that challenges can be transformed into real superpowers. The program is free, sign up for tickets at the link below.
Friday–Sunday May 17–19, 2024
Fairytale Farm
Lachat Town Farm
Various times
Lachat Town Farm will magically become an enchanted countryside farm where characters from favorite fairytales live. It’s Hansel and Gretel getting in shape, Pinocchio finding his place as a real boy, no-longer-sleeping Beauty in a new job, Goldie and Baby Bear on Shark Tank, and who knows who else. Games, stories and immersive theater, fun for all ages. Concessions and food carts are on hand, or bring in your own. Tickets, $25, at the link below. Free for children under 5.
Saturday May 18, 2024
“It’s a Hollywood Life!”
11:00 am
Prospector Theater
25 Prospect Street, Ridgefield
A Ridgefield Independent Film Festival screening of “It’s a Hollywood Life!,” a short documentary about film and theater critic Susan Granger and her 80-plus years in the movie business, which began with her roles as a four year-old in films with legends of Hollywood’s golden age such as Wallace Beery, Red Skelton, Abbott & Costello, and Margaret O’Brien. Tickets, $15 can be purchased at the link below.
Through May 28, 2024
Photography Exhibition: “Water”
Weston Public Library
Community Room
An exhibition of camera artwork by the Weston Library Photography Club on the theme of “Water.” Exhibited photos will be on display in the Community Room on days and during hours the library is open, through May 28.
Saturday June 15, 2024
Music in the Meadow: Clare Maloney & The Great Adventure
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Lachat Town Farm
“Windows-down, roadtrip rock and roll” by Clare Maloney & The Great Adventure, whose 2023 debut album “Daybreaker” was hailed by critics for “brilliant vocals, a rocking band, and polished songwriting.” Food trucks are on hand and the Barn Bar will be open. Including the processing fee, tickets (link below) are $33.32. Children under 12 get in for free.

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