Berry Picking in Season

photo of strawberries in bowl on table

Strawberries and Blueberries are ripening under the sun, and an early morning trip to Jones Family Farm in Shelton is just the place to pick your own berries. While strawberries wind down in late June, blueberries enter their peak in July. Open hours change as the season and weather changes, so check their website or […]

The Ultimate Guide to Xmas Trees

Christmas trees live farms

With Thanksgiving behind us, we are now into Christmastime meriment. You could take the easy route, order online, or trek to the local parking lot filled with trees. Or you could go all New England, and hop in a car on a field trip for the seaon– cutting down your very own hand-picked Christmas tree. […]

End of Summer Hurrah Weekend

If you are already pining for another summer thing to do, this weekend (September 8, 9 & 10) is one of the classic town celebrations, the annual Norwalk Oyster Festival. The Seaport Association has made this event Norwalk’s flavor of the bar and chill vibe of the late Jimmy Buffet. The tickets raise money to […]

Take A Romp Through Norwalk History

Hello there, Norwalk theater lovers! ūüé≠ Clear your calendar! Crystal Theatre is bringing the curtain down on our debut community theatre season with a bang! Join us for a mesmerizing rendition of the original musical, “Whistleville – South Norwalk, 1907”, an unforgettable journey back in time. Mark these dates: Friday, August 4, 2023 at 8:00pm, […]

The SoNo Collection

SoNo Collection Norwalk, CT

The SoNo Collection opened in October of 2019, and like most of the retail businesses, struggled to find its path forward through the COVID pandemic. These days though, many of the stores have mastered the art of hybrid retail, relying on curbside, delivery and online communication. The mall however is more than just a collection […]

Lockwood Mathews Mansion

Lockwood Mathews Mansion Norwalk CT

Just north of I-95 and on the northern boundary of South Norwalk lies the¬†Lockwood-Mathews Mansion, one of Norwalk‚Äôs iconic attractions. Built in¬†1868, during a period known as the Gilded Age, the 62 room mansion once¬†graced an estate with a commanding view of the Norwalk harbor and seemed¬†destined to establish Norwalk as a retreat for the […]

Troupe 429

Casey and Nicholas are your hosts at Troupe429, as this neighborhood Bar & Performance Space¬†for people of all identities, sexual orientations, genders, races/ethnicity, & spiritual beliefs. There’s always something going on here in the former offices of the Smith Pottery. The building has survived a fire and demolition to become the new home of this […]

Norwalk Historical Society Museum

Mill Hill Norwalk, CT

Most museums tend to stay put, but in Norwalk, history has been on the move. Once housed in the former South Norwalk City Hall, the museum was part of the historic district that denied SoNo. Today the museum has returned to one of its original locations, in the former Lockwood house on East Ave. But […]

A Small Step Can Help Greatly

Getting Food To Others SoNo is home to many restaurants and food-insecure individuals and families, so Beinfield Architecture P.C. and Food Rescue US have launched SONO COOKS to help out both, You can help by making a small donation here: Supportive Housing Running supportive and assistive housing is a tough business in normal times. But during this pandemic, it is […]

Stay Healthy and Well

Many businesses have gotten creative with their offerings during these challenging times of COVID-19. Particularly those who are in the business of keeping us healthy and well. Yoga studios are utilizing technology to keep us connected and grounded during these somewhat isolating and uncertain times. (Plus, it’s good to move our bodies to counteract all […]

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