(Correction: In a previous version, the wrong date was given for the concert. The Concert series is Tuesday nights.)
NORWALK, Conn. – Summer is winding down, but Norwalk’s arts activity is still going strong. This week, Norwalk 2.0 offers the closing reception for “Big Art at POP City,” an art show at 68 Wall St., and, next week, a “pop-up concert” Tuesday at Freese Park.
The juried art show, by the Rowayton Arts Center featuring 24 artists from around the region, opened Aug. 15 and will close Sunday, Aug. 25. The reception will include feature a drumming Circle with Kojo Bey, sponsored by the Obey Foundation.
The show hours are 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday and from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday. Artists will be on hand to discuss their work. Admission is free.
The pop-up concert is part of the Tuesday night Freese Park Concert Series in which Connecticut musicians try out new material, reinterpret classic songs or simply jam. Concerts are every Tuesday night through the end of September. In case of questionable weather, or for more information, go to norwalk2.org
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