Archive for February, 2015

Stamford St. Patrick's Day ParadeReconnect with your Irish roots at the Stamford St. Patrick’s Day Parade! Now in its 20th year, this community-wide event celebrates Irish history and culture with fun activities for all. This year’s parade will take place on March 7, kicking off at noon at Columbus Park and extending to Latham Park.

As the city’s second-largest parade, the Stamford St. Patrick’s Day Parade is one of the community’s most beloved traditions.This year, the parade will honor Grand Marshals Bill and Evon Malloy, a husband and wife duo located in Stamford. Guests of all ages are welcome to join in the festivities as the performers highlight the history and tradition of St. Patrick’s Day. Read More→

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Taste of StamfordExperience one of Connecticut’s premier culinary events at the Taste of Stamford, returning for its 22nd year this Thursday, Feb. 26! Held at the Stamford Marriott Hotel and Spa, this event provides attendees with the opportunity to sample delicious cuisine from all over Stamford and the surrounding area.

As the city’s leading food and wine event, Taste of Stamford showcases the diversity of the city’s thriving local food scene. Over 30 of Stamford’s top local chefs, restaurateurs and catering companies will gather to showcase their talents at chef-hosted tasting stations. Guests will have the opportunity to sample delicious cuisine, desserts, wine and cocktails while mingling with local foodies while taking a tour of the city’s finest culinary masterpieces. Read More→

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Bearded DragonCome see a collection of real-life dragons at The Maritime Aquarium’s newest exhibit, “Dragons! Real or Myth?” Opening on Saturday, Feb. 14, this exciting exhibit will feature some of the Aquarium’s most unique reptiles and is free with aquarium admission.

If you don’t believe in dragons, The Maritime Aquarium might be able to change your mind – or at least give you a new perspective. “Dragons! Real or Myth?” will include creatures from around the world that have been named after dragons, including dragon moray eels, the weedy sea dragon, dragon wrasse fish, and land lizards such as flying dragons, bearded dragons, frilled dragons and more! Read More→

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