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February

31 The Cowsills @ Ridgefield Playhouse Ridgefield CT - One of the best rock n roll vocal groups of the 1960s and 1970s. Million selling hits include "Hair", "The Rain The Park And Other Things (I Love The Flower Girl)", "Indian Lake", "We Can Fly", TV Theme from "Love American Style", Movie Theme from "The Impossible Years", etc... The 1994 Jim Carrey Comedy movie classic, "Dumb And Dumber" prominently featured "The Rain The Park And Other Things" sung by The Cowsills. This is the family band that inspired the hit 70s TV series, The Partridge Family. he Cowsills docu drama movie is the Grand Prize Winner of the Rhode Island Film Festival. Family Band: The Cowsills Story has been a major fixture on SHOWTIME on demand. See The Cowsills live. The best! Advance tickets on sale now.

Address: Ridgefield Playhouse, 80 E Ridge St, Ridgefield, CT 06877 , Ridgefield, Connecticut
Ph: (203) 438-5795 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.ridgefieldplayhouse.org/live-events/

May

27CT0101029e020 - Ridgefield Annual Ridgefield Antiques Market - Come celebrate another year of the popular Ridgefield Antiques Market where inside the historic Lounsbury mansion this year you'll find dealers in everything paper related. Included will be graded Mickey Mantle baseball cards and Yankees autographs, Marilyn Monroe original photos, autographed John Lennon “Imagine” and Jimi Hendrix “Electric Ladyland” album covers, Beatles magazines, Country Life magazines from 1900-1913, German and American fashion magazines from 1930's-40's, sports cards, trade cards and postcards, original posters including from rock concerts from the 60's, antique maps and antique prints such as Audubons, a large collection of antique fashion patterns, books including all four volumes of "Remarkable Characters" published in 1819, and large format books on fashion and ephemera of every type Meredith Whipple, a member of the International Society of Appraisers, will be located inside the Mansion from 11am - 3pm doing $5 verbal appraisals. On the lawn under tents and canopies will be dealers offering Oriental carpets; patio and garden furniture and accessories; formal, oak and Moderne furniture; textiles; vintage clothing; antique, estate, vintage costume, Bakelite and Native American jewelry; art pottery and folk art; advertising; paintings and antique lithographs and engravings; tools; quilts; kitchenalia; glass; Americana and primitives; Orientalia; lighting; treenware; perfume bottles; fine porcelain; salt glazed pottery; sterling; sporting collectibles; antique toys; ironstone; tole ware; linens and so much more. An old fashioned carnival will be held on the north side of the Mansion with Ferris wheel and Merry-Go-Round rides, and a variety of foods. This section is free admission. Parking is available on side streets where "limited time parking" signs can be ignored. Additional parking is located behind Stevens Church directly across Main Street. From Route 684 exit 6, go east on Route 35 for about 11 miles. From the Merritt Parkway take exit 38, go north on Route 123 and turn right on Route 35. Bear left at the fountain and the show is approximately one-quarter mile on the right. During the event call 914-589-1355.

Address: 316 Main St./Rte. 35, Ridgefield, CT 06877 , Ridgefield, Connecticut
Ph: 914-273-4667 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: Cordshows@aol.com
Web: CordShows.com
Fee: $8 (12 and under free)

June

14 - 17 March to Victory Weekend - Events and programs in a re-enacted skirmish, grand costume ball, church service modeled after a Catholic service held for the French troops during their encampment in 1781, ghost tours of the Ridgebury cemetery.

Address: Ridgefield, CT 06877 , Ridgefield, Connecticut
Ph: (203) 438-5821 (Always call and confirm events)

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