Every Friday in The Feed Kevin talks to Megan from CampByMama.com about all the great things to do in Connecticut with the family. The first day of fall is TECHNICALLY September 22nd, but you know fall is here when you start to see events with turkey legs, apple cider, and Medieval Marketplaces. There’s even an event where you can learn fencing this weekend!
Hang with Anna Zap from Anna and Raven at the City of Bridgeport Touch-A-Truck Emergency Preparedness Day: Saturday September 17th from 10am till Noon at the Casino Bath Area of Seaside Park.
FREE event for the whole family. Police K9 Unit, Bridgeport Fire Department Extrication unit, Bridgeport Fire Department Zodiac, Hydrant Dig, Eagle 1 Helicopter. Learn CPR, Stop the Bleed, Get a COVID Vaccination and more!
1. Honey Harvest Festival at the Bartlett in Stamford. Sunday September 18th 11am-3pm. Honey tastings, crafts, food trucks, face painting, and live music.
2. Olympian Fencing Studio in Wilton Open House, Saturday Sept 17th and Sunday Sept 18th both 9:30-11:30am. Learn about fencing and take a lesson. All ages welcome.
3. Sound Waters beach clean up, Saturday Sept 17 1-3pm, Cummings Park in Stamford. Gloves and buckets provided, all ages welcome.
4. The Connecticut Renaissance Faire in Lebanon, Sunday September 18 @ 10:30 am – 6:00 pm. An enchanted recreation of the 16th-century harvest festival. Here you can feast like a king on turkey legs and local craft brews for the parents, shop like a queen in New England’s largest Medieval Marketplace. Costumes are encouraged, but not required.
5. Blue Sunday, Westport Library, Sunday September 18 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm. A new monthly series of blues shows featuring musicians from Fairfield County and Beyond!
Megan’s Mom Quote of The Week: “We can’t all look good at the same time. It’s either me, the kids, or the house.”