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    The Connecticut Art Trail Pass

    The Connecticut Art Trail Pass is one day admission to all 18 locations on the CT Art Trail. A $75 value for only $25!
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    Ridgefield Guild of Artists

    The Ridgefield Guild of Artists is a regional and community-based art organization promoting the visual arts and arts education.

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    Art Trail members are offering
    exhibits and programming for all ages.

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    Housatonic Museum of Art

    Experience Art

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    Florence Griswold Museum

    The Artist's Garden at the Florence Griswold Museum

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Center for Contemporary Printmaking Workshops

CCP in Norwalk, CT, offers workshops year round in many printmaking disciplines, structured for beginning, intermediate, and advanced artists. Most workshops are structured for artists of all levels.

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Yoga at Florence Griswold Museum

Join Julie Liefeld RN, PhD, Certified Yoga Instructor and Therapist, for outdoor yoga this summer.
This outdoor summer series is designed for all levels of yoga and will focus on celebrating and exploring art and beauty of mind-body connection. The class is designed for all body types (ages 10-100), providing basic connected poses and guided meditation. Please bring a mat, towel, water and any yoga equipment you use (block, blanket, strap).
Takes place every Sunday, July 17 – August 28, from 1-2:30pm. There is no fee for this drop-in program.

About the Art Trail

The Connecticut Art Trail is a nationally recognized partnership between eighteen world-class museums and historic sites, created to promote Connecticut’s rich cultural assets as part of a travel experience.

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Press Releases

Cos Cob, CT, August 19, 2016–At its 85th annual meeting, the Greenwich Historical Society will feature an illustrated lecture by author and curator Estella Chung, who will discuss her book Living Artfully: At Home with Marjorie Merriweather Post. Ms. Chung will touch on Post’s life in three magnificent homes: the opulent glamour of Mar-A-Lago in Palm… Read more »