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Football, British-American Fusion and More

Patch helps you get out this weekend.

Monthly Poetry Discussion

Why Go: Retired English professor, Alan Holden, will be hosting the discussion. Attendees will take a look at the collected poems of Richard Wilbur. A Limited number of copies of Wilbur’s collection will be available at the circulation desk.

When/Where: Friday, September 16 from 1-2:45pm  at the

Pricing: Free. A small fee may apply to the copies of Wilbur’s collection. No registration required.

Straightjackets in Concert

Why Go: This cover band enjoys playing a fusion of American pop music and British “invasion.” They want you to rock, roll and dance on Saturday night. Their influences include Tom Petty, Greenday and the Beatles.

When/Where: Saturday, September 17 at 9pm in the Taproom at the Redding Roadhouse.

Pricing: Free. No cover charge and no drink minimum for entry.

Meet a Literary Award Winner

Why Go: Children’s author, Elise Broach, will be speaking about her passion for creating children’s literature and picture books. Broach has been nominated for Connecticut’s 2012 Nutmeg Award. Her books will be for sale after she speaks. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

When/Where: Saturday, September 17 from 3-4pm at the Wilton Library.

Pricing: Free. Donations are accepted. Call 203-762-3950 to register.

Easton Farmers Market

Why Go: Gather next week’s fruits and veggies for a try at new recipes. Many of Connecticut’s Farmers markets will be coming to a close as the fall sets in.

When/Where: Saturday, September 17 from 9am-12pm next to the EMS building on Sport Hill Road.

Pricing: Free.

See every NFL Football Game

Why Go: For all the football lovers out there, there is a bar nearby that is ready to give you a Sunday full of your favorite sport. Enjoy wings, beer, liquor and food specials with good company, while enjoying the overload of pigskin.

When/Where: Sunday, September 18

Pricing: Free.

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