Hey guys…sorry that it’s been a while. But I’m back and I’m here to let you know that tonight is the big opening night party for their Greenwich Restaurant Week!
With current media sponsors including Food Network (NYCWFF), The Greenwich Sentinel, Connecticut Restaurant Week, CTbites, Open Table, Jen Danzi, Connoisseur Media, and food wine and music by over 15 local businesses, this is sure to be a fun night!
And hey, Stamford favorite DJ Kunjun is providing the music!
A portion of the proceeds will go to TAG: a non profit organization that provides transportation for Greenwich residents who are elderly as well as disabled children and adults.
For information on the event and the Restaurant Week itself: greenwichrestaurantweek.com
Remember, Stamford Restaurant Weeks are in full effect as well and run through March 3rd: Connecticut Restaurant Week Site
It’s Christmas Eve Stamford and I don’t know about you, but I’m in full Santa crunch mode!
On this special night, I wanted to post some ways you can give back in our community. To support the people, animals and organizations that rely on donations to keep them going.
What a special way to Keep it Local!
This of course is by no means a complete list or organizations , but maybe it will be enough to get you in the spirit!
So let’s get to it…
The Holiday season is upon us Stamford and what better way to Keep it Local than to shop and support local?!
While by no means is this meant to be a complete list, I’m hoping that this will give you ideas on where to shop with the focus being small and family owned businesses.
Please note that no compensation was paid to get on this list.
You’ll find everything from jewelry and gift shops to spas and salons and even package stores (for a touch of the holiday ‘spirit!’). So whether you’re looking for something handcrafted or a gift certificate to get the hair and nails done, hopefully, you’ll find something here.
PLEASE NOTE: at the end of the list, you’ll find ways that you can shop and help to support and keep WOTM going at the same time.
Here we go…
Gifts: the fun and funky, to the unusual and more:
The Funky Hippie Wellness and Gift Shop: 101 Glenbrook Rd.– Handcrafted items by local artisans, crystals, oils and more.
Friends Book Shop @ Ferguson Library: One Public Library Plaza Downtown — Books from every genre including local history, now includes a pop-up shop in the former Starbucks library location and they offer book baskets and gift certificates! Same hours as the library so head on down!
Heart of Gold Fine Jewelry: 930 Hope St. — Handcrafted items including jewelry as well as home decor, candles, ornaments, ceramics and more!
Happy Life Studios CT: Etsy shop — Stamford artist and crafter Heather P has beautiful artwork, painted glass and luminaries and crocheted pieces that will keep you warm all season long! (look for her ‘messy hair hats’ –they are so cool!)
Big Dreams Gallery: 96 Franklin Street — From the guys who brought you Big Dreams Tattoos (located on Bedford Street), Big Dreams Gallery has raw, unique art from local talented artists that range from HipHop to Marvel and so much more. You never know what you’ll see here and they also do arts shows and paint nights!
Pacific Cycling & Triathalon (and Cafe!) 984 High Ridge (across from Trader Joes) — Have an athlete on your list? Check out the gear here or grab a gift certificate.
United House Wrecking: 535 Hope Street — A Stamford icon, you can find big and small items here and the more unusual the better!
Stamford Toys: 970 High Ridge Road (behind FEDEX) — Why go to the big stores when you can grab a new favorite toy at this Stamford legend? Great finds for all ages here.
Coffee Shops–think gift cards, coffee presses, and baked goods:
Lorca Coffee Bar: 125 Bedford St. Downtown
Beanz Coffee Bar: 1032 Hope St. Springdale
Humbled Coffee House: 575 Hope Street Glenbrook
Bonjo Coffee Shop: 345 Elm Street Shippan/East Side
Looking good–Hair, nails, spas, fitness for ‘me day’ gift ideas:
La Jolie Salon: 388 Summer Street
Mint Spa & Nails: 2344 Summer Street
Noelle: 1110 High Ridge Rd.
Harbor Point Nail & Spa: 711 Canal Street
Family Tree Yoga: 980 Hope Street
Vertical Addiction CT: 575 Pacific Street
LaRocca’s Country Wine & Spirits: 105 Old Long Ridge Road
Wagon Wheel Fine Wine & Spirits: 1051 Long Ridge Road (cigars too)
Franklin Liquor Store: 99 North Street
Beverage Barn: 1232 East Main Street
Crazy Grapes: 491 Hope St.
Stamford Wine and Liquor: 583 Newfield Ave. (Newfield Green)
Baked Goodies (no need to turn your oven on with these folks around!):
DiMare Pastry Shop: 12 Largo Drive South
Beldotti Bakery: 605 Newfield Ave (Newfield Green)
Matthews Bakery: 71 West Broad Street
Stamford Magazine: Give the gift of a subscription this year.
Half Full Brewery: Grab a shirt, a glass and more.
Stamford History Center: Give a membership, a Stamford at 375 DVD or check out their bookstore to find a hidden gem.
Shop and Support WOTM:
Here are ways you can shop for gifts and help keep What’s on the Menu? Going:
WOTM on CafePress: From shirts to mugs to puzzles and more–each link has a different WOTM theme. Perfect for showing some Stamford pride and great for those away at college to remind them of home, these are the official WOTM shop pages. Note, these will be closing up shop in 2019 so grab the goods while you can! Great ways to KEEP IT LOCAL STAMFORD!
The Goblet on Etsy: For 19 years I’ve been creating handcrafted jewelry. Now in my Etsy shop, I sell not only my handcrafted items but also vintage pieces. All items created by myself are one of a kind and what may be there today, may be gone tomorrow! Be sure to follow my shop on IG: Instagram.com/gobletdesignsjewelry for info on sales, new pieces and more. Free US Shipping and Free Gift Pouch with each item.
Stamford Books: Great as gifts for the person who wants to learn more about where they live. Note each purchase done through this site, helps support it.
Thanks so much all and remember to support our local businesses…they keep Stamford going!!
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#supportlocal #supportsmallbusiness #stamfordstrong
“Ghosts are history demanding to be remembered.” — Jeff Belanger
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Whether skeptic or true believer, all ghosts, legends and tales have to come from somewhere and most times, they come from our past. Founded only 21 years after the pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock, Stamford has a storied history and with it comes a whole lot of stories just waiting to be told.
A few years back around Halloween, I decided to write a post about some locals legends that may or may not have been widely known. From ghosts at Fort Stamford to the creature in the Noroton River to Stamford’s own Witch Trials, it was possibly the most popular post I’ve ever done and I swore to do it again. Which brings me to today…
Halloween 2018 is once again upon us and there are still so many tales to be told. And while my intention was still to tie these stories in with our history, this year I put the call out to Stamford residents asking them to give me some direction and send me their own story ideas: Were they told not to go near a certain house as a kid? Is there an ‘unwanted’ guest in their home? Or maybe they heard a local park had some extra visitors, among others. While it got off to a slow start, in the end the response was overwhelming! I was sent so many messages, emails and comments that it was truly hard to narrow it down to just a few for this piece. But rest assured, the rest will NOT go to waste and it seems that because of the response, a new project may be in the works (stay tuned!).
In the meantime, let’s get to why we’re here now. If you are a regular follower of WOTM either here on the site or on social media, you know that I am passionate about our local history. So why not have fun learning more about it while celebrating that which is Halloween?
Now remember, these are but snippets. It took a lot of willpower not to add more stories and include more details for the stories I chose to include here. Hopefully you will enjoy this piece and maybe get you excited for more!
Now, let’s get to it as we begin with the obvious for this holiday…
Halloween and Shippan: This is interesting as there are a couple of stories about how a park was formed: One reads that on Halloween night in 1906, Stamford Mayor Homer Cummings cast the deciding vote to allow 95 acres of Shippan to be bought and turned into a public beach after there had been interest in having a local public park. Halloween Park as it was known included a 9 hole golf course and a big, beautiful pavillion. Halloween Yacht Club was formed later in 1926 and is still in operation today on the park’s west side. The other story reads that the City of Stamford took title to the Cummings property on Halloween Eve of 1926 (not 1906 in a vote) and the name stuck. Either way, we now know it as Cummings Park and we have it today to enjoy because of our late former Mayor.
To learn more, check out: A Maritime History of the Stamford Waterfront
(Postcard image courtesy of Stamford History Center)
Dantown: When you think of a ghost town, you normally think of someplace out west where there were gunfights in saloons over shots of whiskey and dancing girls. But did you know that there is a ‘ghost’ town that lives below the surface of the Laurel Reservoir? Dantown, once located in the North Stamford area where Stamford, Pound Ridge (think Scot’s Corner) and New Canaan meet was once a bustling community of basket weavers. The heavy duty baskets were used in for oyster and clamming gathering in local waters, for picking fruit in the local orchards as well as coal and more. There were many families involved in the business and handcrafting of each piece and the baskets were well known even in New York City. They also produced shoes, cider and potatoes and there was even a school for the town’s children Named after Francis Dan who settled in the area in 1684, those who lived there harnessed the power of the Rippowam to use for their mills. They flourished until around the early 1900’s when it went into full decline. In 1923, the local water company dammed up the river, flooding and submerging the town creating the 256 acre reservoir we still have today. When there is a drought, you may be able to see some of the remains of the once thriving town but other than that, the only reminder of what was still there are now just the street signs that bear its name. Dantown; Stamford’s own Atlantis.
Rezo Waters with son Ernest c.1900
(photo credit Stamford History Center)
The House of Stamford Hill: On a corner of Cascade Road there lies a beautiful home that dates back to Revolutionary times. The 1780 House or Woodpecker Ridge Farm as it’s sometimes known was built by the Augustus Weed Family in the area that was once Chief Ponus’ private hunting ground. The house stayed in the Weed family until 1927 and then changed hands a few more times over the years. But in 1955 a couple purchased the house and noticed they weren’t alone. It is said that there were sightings of a figure of a Native American in the kitchen, unexplainable music coming from an upstairs bedroom and moving shadows in the parlor area among other things. In 1964, the couple was getting ready to sell the house and called in legendary paranormal investigator and author Hans Holzer to investigate. They stated that they never felt threatened but rather wondering more what the visitors wanted. Mr. Holzer brought a psychic medium with him and during the time(s) they spent at the house they had quite a number of experiences there themselves. They were able to contact quite a few spirits including a Revolutionary War soldier as well as several entities who came through the medium. What I personally found interesting about this story is that this one was submitted to me by quite a few! So apparently the legend continues. To read more about Hans Holzer’s investigation you can find it in his book: Ghosts: True Encounters from the World Beyond
(photo credit: mysticartdesign pixabay)
Just a side note: Also on Cascade Road lies the home of baseball legend Jackie Robinson. I’ve been curious if anyone has had any experiences in his home. While the house looks like an old farmhouse type, the original #42 had it built for his family in 1955 and he lived there until he passed in his home in 1972.
Stamford Town Center: Yes, you read that right. There have been many stories over the years from directories being upset in their holders when no one was there, voices in the elevators and even the vision of a lady in red running. No one knows exactly who (or what?) is doing all of this. The mall has somewhat of a tortured history that sadly, includes a few folks taking their lives there. But as we all know, the mall, no matter how ugly, was not always there and like any area, has a history. The streets were not the bustling and congested nightmare they are today. Horse and buggy was the way to travel for many years and an investigation done and found that a woman had been hit by one in the area back in the day. Some of the activity did begin after some mall renovation happened and it’s known that happens many times in places where renovations have taken place; it tends to stir the pot. As someone who years ago experienced the rattling of closed store gates there myself, I have to admit, that mall can be one creepy place.
Dr. Francis Rogers in front of his home, depicting carriage life downtown on the corners of Cottage & Atlantic Streets.
(Photo credit: Stamford History Center)
Cove Island Park: Originally called “Bishop’s Cove” this is quite simply my favorite spot in Stamford. If you follow WOTM on Instagram and go through the pics, you will find dozens taken down there. But like all of Stamford, it’s roots can be traced back for hundreds of years. The island and the surrounding water, including Holly Pond has gone through several incarnations. One of which was the now legendary, Cove Mills. The mills along the water there began in 1792 as a tidewater gristmill. They evolved over the years changing with the times and growing to its peak in 1890 when it grew to 70 acres with 500 employees and became a textile dye company. On February 19, 1919, a great fire took out the entire factory after a small fire started in the acid storage room. The irony of this was the fact that they claimed that the 25 building complex was ‘fireproof’. It was said that 100 employees were still inside the building when the fire took place. Now having stated that, it does not say if they got out or became casualties of this tragedy. You can still see remnants of the factory today if you look carefully. The old ice house is near the playground. There are bricks that can be found in the dirt and of course there is the iconic old bridge foundation as you come in from the parking lot. There is also incredibly large, rusted pipe segments that become visible at low tide and have become a reminder of how massive the structure once was. It is said that to this day, there are reports that the smell of smoke from the fire with a distinct scent can still come to life now and then. There have also been shadow figures seen walking around the park grounds and beach area. Are these folks who perished in the fire? Maybe. But again, so much history has happened there, anything is possible.
Large pipe structure seen at low tide at Cove.
I hope you’ve enjoyed these new Twisted Tales of Stamford. Honestly, this is just the tip of the iceberg! There are so many more to tell and my goal is to be able to bring them all to life for you in one way or another.
I would very much like thank all of you who sent me your stories and requests and allowed me to interview you. This has been a long time coming and I’m so grateful for the outpouring of support this idea has gotten.
If you like this piece and know of more stories of Stamford you’d like to see in a future piece, please feel free to let me know: email@example.com Subject: Twisted Tales
Connecting the past with the present is so important; and the past, needs to be remembered.
Keep Halloween Local Stamford!
Dedicated to Dantown
(photo courtesy of Tom Ryan and Stamford History Center)
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The Fall Festival at Designs by Lee goes on for one more day Stamford and with it comes the final day of the Handmade at Designs by Lee pop-up shop!
The annual Fall Festival takes place on Sunday and is a great family friendly event complete with bouncy castle, pumpkin painting, hay rides, food truck, balloon goodies and more. Plus, DbL has tons of beautiful seasonal plants and goodies that take you from Halloween right thru Christmas as well as indoor and outdoor plants to make your home beautiful.
While you’re there, please come and check out our pop-up shop, Handmade at Designs by Lee. We were hard to find last week but I’m here to tell you where we are: behind the food truck in the store front across from the bouncy castle.
So why do I keep saying, “we?” Because I’m proud to say that I too am one of the many local artists and crafters whose work is being showcased at the pop-up! We have such beautiful handcrafted items that would make wonderful holiday gifts or decor for your home.
I’d like to update the hours from the last piece on the shop as they have changed quite a bit…we only have one more day and that’s Sunday during the Festival 12-4pm.
We hope you’ll stop by and check us out! Our artists have some incredible one of a kind pieces just waiting to come home with you.
Fall Festival & Handmade at Designs by Lee
Sunday October 21st from 12-4pm
Goblet Designs Jewelry (that’s me!)
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It’s that glorious time of the year again Stamford when ones thoughts go to ghosts, goblins and things that go bump in the night. Oh and Pumpkin Spice Lattes too!
No? Just me? I didn’t think so! Now, let me get to it…
If you follow WOTM, especially on social, you know that I have a deep love for the history of this city. I’ve written pieces on it here for the site and have posted MANY Stamford history trivia bits as well as worked with the Stamford History Center on occasion. (Check out: Unearthing the Mysteries of the Hoyt-Barnum House)
A few years ago I wrote a story for WOTM called, The Stranger Side of Stamford. I collected some stories that links the history of the city and those who came before us with tales of the strange, the creepy and the ones who still haunt us now.
So what’s with the post here? Well I’m here to put out a call to Stamford folks far and wide for stories of the paranormal around our fair city. What have you heard? Are there legends you know of that can be told around firepits? Do you have an experience you’d like to share???
I’d like to do a compilation story or two that do another tie in with the history. I already have a few more lined up for a new piece, but let’s face it, personal stories make the paranormal that much more interesting.
Email me your stories at: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: “Stamford Ghosts” by Monday 10/22 and I may add your story to the future piece(s). Make sure to let me know if you’d like to remain anonymous;I was planning to just post initials to hide identities but I can certainly keep them off the stories if you would like.
Something of note: if you are looking to get in the Halloween spirit, the Stamford History Center is once again doing their Hauntings & History at Hoyt-Barnum nights on Oct. 25th & 26th. (Click link for info)
So what do you Say Stamford? We have a whole lot of history here and as New England author Jeff Belanger once said: Ghosts are history demanding to be remembered.
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Hi guys, long time no post, eh? Well I’m here with something special to tell you today…there’s a new pop-up shop coming to Stamford and it’s coming just in time for holiday shopping!!
Coinciding with the annual Fall Festival at Designs by Lee, the new shop, Handmade at Designs by Lee will be opening up on Sunday, October 14th and running weekends through the holidays.
The Festival is a great family friendly event taking place two Sundays October 14th & 21st and runs from 12pm-4pm. There will be hayrides to the pumpkin patch, pumpkin painting, face painting, bounce house, entertainment, food trucks and more! (See link below article for more info.)
(The stage is set!)
The shop is the vision of Drinkable Arts Connecticut (and semi-newbie to Stamford), Heather Patterson.
An artist herself, Heather has a history of gathering creative types together to form such ideas as the music and crafts festival that ran at the Playland boardwalk. When she came here to our fair city, she realized (as many of us living here do) that there really is not a lot of options for local crafters and artists to sell their wares.
The two local crafts fests we have here: Arts and Crafts on Bedford and the Harbor Point Crafts Festival, while excellent, are only a weekend a piece out of a whole year and frankly from the crafter point of view, pretty pricey to get into unless you do your work on a larger scale. There are a couple of galleries of course, but the competition is fierce. For others, we end up looking for smaller shows at schools, churches, wherever we can to sell our handcrafted items. Of course the other alternative is online, but especially at this time of the year, we like to get our pieces out there for folks to see in person.
(Wood, glass, fabric…great mix of handcrafted goodies!)
Heather and I met through WOTM. I was promoting her Drinkable Arts (DA) gigs around Stamford (link will be below for you to check out) and she was helping spread the word about WOTM for me. Needless to say, we were a good fit and soon became online friends. That’s when she found out that I also create jewelry on the side. I’d been upping the game on it lately as Itook a hiatus from WOTM and she helped me spread the word about that as well.
Then one day she messaged me and said that inspiration struck after doing a DA gig at Designs by Lee. She was going to go and ask if they would be interested in a pop-up shop for local crafts artists to run for the holiday season. In less than 24 hours, it went from an idea to a reality!
We now have a designated space, the artwork has been hung and there is a great variety of artists selling our one of a kind pieces for you to come and buy as gifts for family, friends or to just treat yourself.
There are plans being discussed to bring in some music on some days and getting ideas for more as the weeks go on and we get closer to the holidays so be sure to like the FB page below to keep up with updates and happenings.
(Some of my own work available)
A few things to note:
- Remember, one of a kind MEANS one of a kind. What you see one day may not be there the next time you come to visit, so be sure to visit often!
- If you have kids with you, they are of course welcome, just be aware of the glass works that are out on the tables please.
I’m personally hoping that this becomes a stepping stone for more of these to open up in our area. It would also be great if folks from local shops, salons, etc come and see what we have to offer and maybe put some of our work in their retail establishments.
I’d also like to thank Heather for coming up with this idea and putting all the work into it that she has and will continue to do. It’s because of her this is all happening and I’m both grateful and excited to be a part of it!
Local work by local artists…isn’t that a great way to Keep it Local Stamford?!
Our FB page, be sure to ‘like’ it for updates on happenings at the shop and more: Handmade at Designs by Lee
Goblet Designs Jewelry (that’s me!)
Hello WOTM followers, this is going to be a rather unusual post…
Happy September Stamford and not only is it the beginning of a new month, but it’s also a 3 day weekend!
Now, before we get to the main list, there are two major events happening this weekend that we’d like to remind you that the St. Leo’s Fair has it’s last day on Saturday and it’s a full day event from 2pm-11pm: Click Here for Info
Also, the Stamford Restaurant Weeks ends this weekend (Sept. 2nd). For participating restaurants and their lunch and dinner menus: Click Here for Info
Time for the list. Please remember that the weather may change any of these listings so be sure to check with the venues before heading out. Also, some places are closed for the Labor Day Holiday. (example: Ferguson Library will be closed both Sunday and Monday) Here we go…
Saturday September 1st.:
Harbor Point–Two Events:
-Cardio Fitness w/JCC at 10am. Click Here for Info
-Top Spin Tennis Meets Group Fitness at 10am on the Boardwalk. Click Here for Info
Michael’s Crafts: Kid’s crafts class at 10am. 2 age groups: 3 & up and 6 & up. Theme this week is Hedgehogs! $2 per kid. To register and for info: Click Here for Info
LaRocca’s Country Wine & Spirits: Wines from the Foothills of the Andes! FREE wine tasting from 1-4pm: Click Here for Info
Sign of the Whale: Kan Jam and Crowler Event 3-6pm. Party on the Rooftop sponsored by Boulevard Brewing and Victory Brewing. Come play some Kan Jam, try some beer and more! Click Here for Info
Lorca: Saturday Morning Muffin Run 9am. 3, 4 And 5 mile options…free to join in. Click Here for Info
Fairgate Farm: Farmers Market 9am-12noon. Click Here for Info
Mill River Park–Two events:
-Bootcamp with Kelvin Smith at 8:30am
-Zumba w/ Christina Rabasco & Tristan Mongollon at 11am. Click Here for Info
Latham Park–Three events:
-Stamford Downtown Farmers Market from 9am-3pm. Click Here for Info
-Free Outdoor Yoga at 8:30am. Click Here for Info
-Chess-Open Play at 1pm. Free; all ages. Click here for info
Stamford Toys: LOL Surprise Trading event 1-3pm! Click Here for Info
Ferguson Library–Main Library: Youth Makerspace Open Hours ages 8 & up. Lower Level 3-5pm. Click here for info
Sunday September 2nd:
Sunday Brunch: See our Sunday Brunch Stamford-Style page right here on WOTM to find a place to grab a mimosa or two! https://onthemenuct.com/sunday-brunch-stamford-style/
Bernadett Feher Fitness Team: Kangaroo Power Class 9am. For location and to contact them about shoe size for rental: Click Here for Info
Harbor Point: Farmers Market Music in Commons Park–LIVE with Retro Express at 12pm. Click Here for Info
Stamford Museum & Nature Center: Market Madness Sunday 10am-2pm Check out Fall products from LOCAL vendors; self-guided craft and animal meet & greet; edible science and of course the Farmers Market will be open as well. Click Here for Info
Bartlett Arboretum & Gardens: Vegetable Garden Tour–FREE event. Meet the Master Gardeners who are respsonsible for the design and maintenance of the Bartlett’s vegetable garden. Also learn about late season/Fall havesting. Kid friendly. 11-11:45am Check out their site for pre-registration and more. Click Here for Info
Williams Sonoma: Wüsthof Crafters Knife Skills Workshop (call ahead to check on class availability) 11am Click Here for Info
Mill River Park—Three events:
-Sunrise Yoga w/Aimee & Tim Elsner at 8:30am.
-Hula Hoop Fitness & Flow w/Sarah Murphy adult class) Free on the Grand Steps at 10:30am. Click Here for Info on All 3 Above Events
Harbor Point–Two events:
-Sunday Farmers Market from 9am-2pm in Commons Park. Info on this and other events: Click Here for Info
-Commons Park: Chelsea Piers Obstacle Course for kids 6 and up! 11:30am-12:30pm (weekly thru end of August) Click here for info
Stamford Toys: Pokémon Trading & Learning Event 1-3pm every Sunday! Trade cards, learn the game and win the raffle! Ages 5-up. Click Here for Info
Monday September 3rd:
-Sign of the Whale: Labor Day Brunch–203-883-8282 to make reservations!
-Barcelona: Labor Day Brunch–for reservations, Click Here for Info
Amore Cucina & Bar: Labor Day Pig Roast and all you can eat BBQ! 12pm-5pm Click Here for Info
Roasted Sandwich Co.: Monday Night Fun Run with 6:30:pm start time. (Weekly event) 3, 4 And 5 mile options. Click Here for Info
Bareburger: Family Friendly Open Floor Monday–comics, musicians, poets, artists come show your talent! 6-9pm every Monday. Click Here for Info
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Stamford History Center: For something different, why not go up and visit the Hoyt-Barnum House?! Learn about life in Stamford in the 1600’s in The oldest house in the city. Recently restored to what it looked like when it was built in 1699, this is the perfect way to Keep it Local! Tours available Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. For info on tours and more: Click Here for Info
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If you like our lists and go to any of the events listed, please let the venues know where you found them and encourage them to advertise here on WOTM. Encouragement from our followers is why we’re still here and for that I am truly thankful.
Have fun, be safe and Keep it Local Stamford!
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