Wednesday, November 11, 2009

What's Going On This Weekend?

November 13 - Norwalk
Family Fun Night with Winnie the Pooh! Join us for an evening of fun for the whole family with Winnie the Pooh. Evening includes dinner, hands-on activities, storytime and a photo with Winnie the Pooh. Members $10/person. Non-members $12/person. Children under one are free. Call 203.899.0606, ext. 247 or go to for reservations. 6:00-8:30 pm.

November 14 – New Haven
Imagination Movers. Shubert Theatre, 247 College Street. Live From The Idea Warehouse Tour. With a hit Disney Channel series geared towards preschoolers and a newly released Walt Disney Records CD under their belt, the wildly popular kid-pop quartet Imagination Movers will launch “Live From The Idea Warehouse Tour,” their first-ever U.S. concert theater tour! This all-new stage show is based on the hit "Imagination Movers" TV show which airs on Disney Channel's Playhouse Disney. 203-562-5666

November 14 - New Haven
The CT Children's Museum presents Saturdays at 2. This week's book is "I Know an Old Lady who Swallowed a Pie" by Alison Jackson and performed by George Melillo, Musician.

November 14-Brooklyn, CT
Turkey Time at Creamery Brook Bison, 19 Purvis Rd. Take a wagon ride to the bison. Warm up after with hot cider and cookies (children get to decorate them). Complete the day with a turkey demonstration project for children 12 years and under. Admission: $9. 860-779-0837

November 14 - Fairfield
Holiday Train Show Model Building. Hobby Town USA, 847 Post Rd. Build and paint a wooden model train building which will be displayed in Christmas Town as part of the Fairfield Museum's Holiday Express Train Show. 10 AM-2 PM. Admission: $15. 203-259-1598

November 14 and 15 - Essex
Day out with Thomas! 9 am - 4 pm. Take a 25 minute ride on a full sized Thomas the Tank Engine, meet Sir Topham Hatt, enjoy storytelling, live music and much more! Tickets $18 for ages 2 and up.

November 14 - Norwalk
Special storytimes with Winnie the Pooh at Stepping Stones Museum. 11:30-12:00 and 2:30-3:00.

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