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For the First Week After the Holidays, Here's Some Fun for the Week Ahead

Here's a list of fun things to get you through the first full week following the holidays.

The Darien Community Association (DCA) is delighted to confirm that Florence Anglade will again hold two levels of beginning French language classes, starting on Monday, January 6th, 2014. Instructor Florence Anglade - French citizen, native French speaker and Darien resident - teaches these classes in an informal setting. Class sizes are limited to 6 to ensure students have plenty of time for questions and practice under Florence’s experienced eye.

Head on up to the Stamford Government Center's 10th floor Tuesday at 9 a.m. for the unveiling of the next installment of the Mayor's Gallery, titled "Restoration: A Pictorial Journey of the African American Experience by Robin J. Miller." The installment will run from January 7 to February 28, 2014. "In most of my works my goal as an artist is to take you on a pictorial journey of the African American experience. Color, texture and visual rhythms characterize my unique style of mixed media collage," said Miller.

Join Norwalk's Osteria Romana for Live Opera Music Wednesday starting at 6:30 p.m. The Live Music, "Classic Cabaret," features Jodi Keogan, a Soprano. Tables will fill up fast, so book soon: To secure a table, call us at 203-229-0844.

The Greenwich Drawing Room Art Gallery invites two artists Thursday, Rick Shafer & Ali Osborn, to speak about their work exhibited in "Drawn: Exploring Contemporary Drawing." The evening will be filled with dialogue, inspiration and great company.

Head to the Stamford Museum & Nature Center on Friday for Astronomy Nights: Winter Constellations. It's "a real treat to explore the night sky, planets, stars, and
more! Start by enjoying a presentation on winter constellations, followed by a
visit to view the night sky through a 22-inch research telescope."

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