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I hope you and your loved ones have had a relaxing summer. As we continue to enjoy the nice weather, it’s still our responsibility to practice physical distancing and wear masks to keep ourselves and each other safe. 

 To help you stay entertained and engaged, here are some virtual and in-person events and experiences to explore in September.
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Greenwich, CT

Floating Beauty: Women in the Art of Ukiyo-e
Featuring woodblock prints, this Bruce Museum exhibition explores the depiction of women in artwork from Japan’s Edo period.
Westport, CT

Helmut Lang: 41.1595° N,
73.3882° W
See a collection of wall reliefs and sculptures by Helmut Lang at MoCA Westport. You can also take a virtual first-person walking tour of the exhibit.
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NYC

Jacob Lawrence: The American Struggle
Painter Jacob Lawrence’s work depicts “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”
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The Royal Opera: Live in Concert
Streamed live from Covent Garden, London, this Royal Opera House event will feature an incredible cast performing classics of the opera repertory.
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New Canaan, CT

Drive-Thru Farmers Market
Pre-order your produce and pick up at the New Canaan Farmers Market without ever getting out of your car.
Stamford, CT

Magical Beasts Forest Egg Hunt
This child-friendly activity will have you searching trails for eggs and magical creatures.
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Virtual

A Thousand Cuts
This powerful new documentary follows journalist Maria Ressa as she sheds light on the Philiippines’ anti-press government under President Rodrigo Duterte.
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Rising African Poets
Poetry readings will be followed by a conversation between author Kwame Dawes and poet/novelist Chris Abani during this virtual event from The Center for Fiction.
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Virtual

Women + Power
Sallie Krawcheck, founder and CEO of Ellevest and Teresa Younger, president and CEO of the Ms. Foundation, will discuss women’s economic power and the progress that still needs to be made.
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Latinx: Ed Morales in Conversation with Chon A. Noriega
How have Latinx histories and cultures impacted the way race is perceived in the United States? Two experts will discuss at this virtual event presented by The Whitney.
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Harlem Renaissance in Music, Art, and Literature
Professor Robert G. O’Meally will teach this six-week online course on the works of Harlem Renaissance writers, musicians, and artists.
Virtual

 Attend the Hudson Valley Wine & Food Fest
The Hudson Valley Wine Fest goes virtual with two days of wine seminars and cooking demos from regional chefs and wine experts.
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Hoboken Wellness Crawl
This year’s Wellness Crawl will be transformed into a month-long virtual event featuring giveaways, classes, and tips from wellness businesses across Hudson County.
Hudson, NY

Visit Olana
Take an outdoor tour of this historic 250-acre site that once belonged to artist Frederic Church, or explore the grounds on your own and enjoy the panoramic Hudson Valley views.
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Virtual

My Creative Space
During this talk, architect Donald M. Rattner will discuss ways you can transform your home into a space that inspires creativity.
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An Evening for Thrills
Bestselling thriller writers Wendy Walker and L. C. Shaw will celebrate their latest books with this discussion presented by Westport Library.
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Virtual

The New Prognosis for High-Tech Healthcare
How can the government and healthcare and tech industries work together to deliver high-tech medical solutions? Experts will discuss during this virtual NYT event.
Rhinebeck, NY

American Son
Watch Rhinebeck Theatre Society’s outdoor production of “American Son,” which explores the complexities of being Black in the United States through the story of a woman’s missing son.
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Stamford, CT

Farm It Yourself
Join this nature walk and learn about medicinal plants in the area that have been used to treat various ailments. After the walk, you will be able to make your own tea bag to take home.
Virtual

Take a Photography Course
Explore Nikon’s selection of online courses, which cover topics such as the fundamentals of photography, environmental portraiture, and the art of making music videos.
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Stamford, CT

Outdoor Sunset Yoga
Enjoy an outdoor (and socially distanced) yoga class outside of the Stamford Museum & Nature Center.
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The New Zero-Carbon Normal for Cities
This program will explore innovations that will help cities be carbon neutral.
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Virtual

A Conversation About Identity & Justice
Prosecutor, journalist, and TV host Sunny Hostin will discuss her new memoir with her The View cohost Meghan McCain.
Stamford, CT

Knobloch Family Farmhouse Lobster & Clam Bake
Celebrate the end of summer with a casual and socially distanced New England supper that will support the Stamford Museum and Nature Center.
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NYC

Sahel: Art and Empires on the Shores of the Sahara
The first of its kind, this Met exhibition traces the powerful history of the western Sahel, a vast African region that has long cultivated a rich culture.
Virtual

Explore NY Landmarks
Virtually tour some of New York’s most iconic locales as well as some hidden gems through The New York Landmarks Conservancy’s video series.
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Paterson, NJ

Visit Paterson Great Falls
Take a day trip to the picturesque Paterson Great Falls National Park, home to one of the country’s largest waterfalls.
NYC

Around Day’s End
Through the works of 15 artists, this Whitney Museum exhibition showcases Downtown Manhattan between 1970 and 1986.
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Hoboken, NJ 

Hoboken Farmers’ Market
Every Tuesday through November, the Hoboken Farmers’ Market offers fresh-from-the-farm produce and baked goods.
Virtual

Live Stream a Lecture
Broaden your horizons with almost daily lectures and events that cover an array of topics, from literature and visual art to history and politics.
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