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Arts for Learning CT Annual Fall Showcase

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Arts for Learning CT Annual Fall Showcase

Time: September 27, 2019 from 8:30am to 2:45pm
Location: Fairfield Woods Middle School
Street: 1115 Fairfield Woods Rd
City/Town: Fairfield
Website or Map:
Phone: 203 230 8101
Event Type: artist, showcase
Organized By: John-Michael Parker
Latest Activity: Sep 23, 2019

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Event Description

Are you an educator, administrator, librarian, community center leader, or any other youth services provider looking for great cultural arts and creative engagement for young people this year? 

Arts for Learning Connecticut has a roster of over 100 world-class performance and teaching artists who specialize in delivering high-quality art programming—from music to dance to theater to storytelling—in educational settings across state. Our annual Fall Cultural Arts Expo is the perfect opportunity to come check them out and experience some of the magic... and figure out what's the best fit for your school, library, or community center!

It's free to register, and we'll have a broad sampling of artists performing slices of their programming all day.

Best of all, we're lucky enough to be hosted by Fairfield Woods Middle School, so you can see our artists with students, in their element. 

Learn more and register at For any questions, contact Loraine Brown. 203-230-8101

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