Sunday marks the beginning of Connecticut’s annual Sales Tax Free Week which runs through Saturday, August 22.
If you’re looking for ways to make your little one’s social distanced birthday a special one, check out our list of ideas for small outdoor celebrations and companies to help execute!
Stamford Downtown is launching a second Farmers Market beginning Wednesday on West Park Place near Columbus Park in Stamford Downtown.
Stamford’s Everyday Democracy is hosting two group discussion on personal thoughts and experiences, information sharing, and action planning surrounding racism in our community.
Author Laura Hankin’s book, Happy and You Know It, shines a spotlight on a rich and hilarious topic—kids music classes. Read about her and her new book, here!
Stamford Public School Superintendent Dr. Tamu Lucero released a statement about recent acts of racism and violence. Read it here and learn about the upcoming webinar to help parents discuss recent events with children.
Stamford Downtown is cancelling the 2020 Alive@Five and Wednesday Nite Live concert series. “It has not been an easy decision to make, but we believe it is the best one considering the present circumstances," said David Kooris, President of Stamford Downtown....
Whether you plan to stay in or go out, there are plenty of ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Here are some options!
The 25th annual Stamford St. Patrick’s Day Parade hits the streets of Downtown Stamford on Saturday! Check out the parade route and other info to maximize your fun!
Fairfield County Giving Day is in its seventh year. It’s a 24-hour online giving marathon designed to amplify the amazing work of the nonprofit community, boost staff and volunteer skills that can be used beyond Giving Day, and encourage important giving to your missions.