What are you up to this weekend? No clue? Lemme help...what about:
- Go see firefighters doing their best Iron Chef impression. It's the Second Annual Fairway Market Firefighters Food Face-Off. It's underway on Saturday, June 16th at noon in the Fairway parking lot (699 Canal Street), and it features a grilling competition between local heroes from Noroton Heights, Darien and Stamford. Go cheer on your favorite and enjoy free samples, music and giveaways.
- Enjoy a fun, outdoor charity event with dad for his big day! Serendipity Magazine is hosting an event called Horsing Around for Charity.
On Sunday, June 17th from 1-5:30pm at the Greenwich Polo Club in
Greenwich, enjoy great food, experts BBQ (the art of summer!), live
music by the Short Bus,
microbrews, shopping events and facepainting for kiddies. There's also a
competition for the craziest pants - how Father's Day-ish! Tickets are
$40 in advance or $45 at the door, but kids 12 and under are gratis! The
event supports the efforts of Pegasus Therapeutic Riding, which offers therapeutic riding for children with physical, emotional or cognitive special needs.
- Do some good in the world! This Sunday, June 17th at 9am, get your hands dirty at Rogers International School doing a little landscaping. Bring your weed-whacker, your gardening gloves, your kids and your community spirit to help put a little polish on a local resource. Meet at 9am on school grounds at the flag poles (202 Blachley Road in Stamford). RSVP to Jeff Cordulack of Audubon Greenwich at 203-613-8813 or at email@example.com.
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