Throughout the challenges of COVID, Ridgefield’s creative community has been there for you, providing a wide range of entertainment to enjoy at no cost.
The Ridgefield Playhouse and Theater Barn collaborated with others to bring you drive-in movies at the high school and have offered free performances outside. The Ridgefield Guild of Artists distributed over 200 free canvases to the community and exhibited the collective work during Art Walk. Keeler Tavern, The Lounsbury House, and The Aldrich Contemporary Museum of Art were hosts to the music of Make Music Day. CHIRP brought you music in Ballard Park this summer, members of the Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra have performed throughout the town and many more remote choices by ACT and the Ridgefield Library, to mention only a few of the more than 20 nonprofit arts and cultural institutions that call Ridgefield home.