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An artist, undeterred

A Westport artist whose aspirations were interrupted by a sudden series of health afflictions has…

Genealogy course attempts to piece together family history

Genealogy for Beginners, available through Ridgefield Continuing Education, will help people start researching family history….

Playhouse bash marks 15 years

An evening at Bernard’s/Sarah’s Wine Bar with raffle tickets to a slew of Playhouse shows…

Classes cover a bevy of foreign languages

French, Italian, Spanish, German, Arabic, and Russian language classes start soon through Ridgefield Continuing Education….

A distinguished panel of local history authorities is already working in seclusion on the questions. They include Jack Sanders, retired editor of The Ridgefield Press and local history author, left, with Joe Ellis, retired Ridgefield educator; Ridgefield Town Historian Kay Ables; Keeler Tavern Museum board members Elise Haas, Charlie Pankenier and Karen McChesney, who is not pictured; and Angelo Tartaro, experienced moderator of local trivia contests.

History trivia contest is in the works, coming to Keeler Tavern in March

It’s a second Battle of Ridgefield of sorts. This time, it will be a contest…

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