Celebrate Anniversary of Contact Day with Men In Black


On March 15, 1953 Bridgeport resident and UFO researcher Albert K. Bender, with members of the International Flying Saucer Bureau, attempted to contact beings from outer space. The public is invited to commemorate Albert Bender and the 65th Anniversary of Contact Day with a public reading of Bender’s “Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft” proclamation.


Arcade Night!


The festivities will kick off on Friday, 10 November, with Arcade Night!, a launch party that will transform the Arcade into an all-immersive happening


BNT’s 5th Annual Masquerade Ball


Bridgeport Neighborhood Trust (BNT) invites you to join us for a night of enchantment as we celebrate our 5th Annual Masquerade Ball Fundraiser: Once Upon A Time – “A Fairytale Masquerade”.

All proceeds will support BNT’s mission to lead, empower and
change Bridgeport neighborhoods, improving life through affordable housing opportunities.


Prints That Work: Printmaking in the Service of a Bigger Picture


Features the work of four artists offering unique perspectives on printmaking. Roxanne Faber-Savage, Kelsey Miller, John O’Donnell and Neil Daigle-Orians mine a range of subjects including wildlife trafficking and conservation, sexuality, religion, gender and the illusion of domestic bliss. The exhibitionis curated by Leslie Giuliani. Opening reception 2/23 at 5:30pm. HousatonicMuseum.com


Havana Nights 2017 Benefit


One night this February things are going to get hot… Join Habitat CFC for Havana Nights! 2017 Benefit will be on Saturday, February 25, 2017 6:30 – 11:00 p.m. FAIRFIELD THEATRE COMPANY WAREHOUSE 70 Sanford Street, Fairfield, CT.


Lecture: “Art, Crime, and SoHo Sins” Highlighting Debut Novel by Richard Vine, Managing editor of Art in America


Richard Vine, Managing Editor of Art in America, presents his debut novel, “SoHo Sins” followed by a book signing and reception with the author. The lecture on this art world crime novel relates to the museum’s latest exhibition, ‘Rendezvous In Black,’ featuring two solo shows by artists Cindy Sherman and Ann Chernow. The show is on exhibit until December 16.


Century-Old Car of the Future: STEM Night Out at Discovery Museum


Did you know New York City was full of charging stations for electric cars in the late 19th Century?
Join Discovery Museum for The Century-Old Car of the Future:
An evening of cocktails, canapés, and cars!
(Part of the STEM Night Out Series to benefit Discovery Museum education programs for young learners)


Meteorites from Connecticut…and Beyond!


The duPont Lecture Series at The Discovery Museum.
Presentation, Birkmaier Award Presentation, and Reception
Guest Speaker Dr. Stefan Nicolescu, Yale University, Peabody Museum of Natural History, Division of Mineralogy and Meteoritics.


Hands-on Summer programs


Interactive and affordable, hands-on learning fun for grades K-9, June-August at Discovery Museum. New themes each week; full- and half-day programs available, with special Museum Member discounts. June 22-26, discover Things That Fly, Into the Woods, Discovery CSI, Science of Art, and Ocean Science Academy. Many programs for different age groups; visit www.discoverymuseum.org or call 203-372-3521