The holiday season may be over, but Connecticut is as vibrant and festive as ever. From intimate, romantic concert engagements to exhibitions on race and culture, there is plenty to do and see in the state this month.
Here is a day-by-day guide of things to do in and around Fairfield County, Connecticut this month.
The MoCa Westport’s newest exhibition will showcase more than 2,000 works of art from the Westport Public Art Collections.
The five-time Grammy winner will perform an intimate solo show of his American Roots and country blues hits.
The virtual engagement will cover a variety of topics, including Beiles’ creative process and tips for making your work stand out.
Celebrate Black History Month with local Bridgeport musicians, who will perform a variety of musical styles ranging from African kalimba to hip hop and soul.
The Music Theatre of Connecticut’s newest production tells of the final days of Martin Luther King Jr.’s life.
Visit Zumbach’s Gourmet Coffee to see a variety of new and vintage cars while meeting with fellow auto enthusiasts.
See a live production of the Tony Award-winning Stephen Sondheim musical at the Kweskin Theatre.
Enjoy a brisk nature walk through Sellecks Woods while taking part in a guided meditation led by Maria Allen.
Children can visit the Danbury Library to build their own African American history book by matching portraits to biographies.
Purchase wines from Stamford’s Harbor Point Wines to participate in this fun and engaging virtual class.
Visit Ambler Farm to pick up a special Valentine’s Day cookie kit to enjoy with that special someone.
The famed singer and musician will perform a career-spanning setlist of hits, both from his solo career and from his time in the duo Simon and Garfunkel.
The final installment of the Greenwich Library’s concert series features an ensemble of Vermont-based musicians performing classical standards.
Grammy Award-winner Darlene Love will perform a variety of love songs during this one-night engagement.
See the American Idol star perform a tribute show of Luther Vandross’ biggest hits, including “Endless Love” and “Never Too Much.”
Take part in a group discussion on Charlotte McConaghy’s novel, “Migrations,” led by members of the Earthplace naturalist team.
Attend an opening-night reception for the Stamford Museum and Nature Center’s newest exhibition.
Children ages 2-6 can enjoy a winter-themed program that features guided nature walks and crafts.
Learn techniques to create a variety of realistic textures and effects for transforming clay and paint into miniature food.
See the classic L. Frank Baum tale come to life on the stage of the Downtown Cabaret Theatre through March 27.
This active read-aloud features puppets and finger plays to help your little one become inspired to read.
Learn how antique French decorative arts led to the creation of some of our favorite characters of stage and screen.
The Greenwich Historical Society’s primary curator will lead a guided tour of the society’s permanent collections gallery.
The market takes place every Thursday through March 10 and features a variety of locally sourced food and artisanal goods.
Adult-child pairs of all ages are invited to the New Canaan YMCA for an exciting afternoon of arts and crafts.
The Stamford Symphony’s latest concert celebrates the vibrant, upbeat swing music of the Prohibition Era.
During the first of three festival Sundays, enjoy homemade maple syrup, attractions, and more.
Children aged five and under can visit Earthplace for an educational and supervised encounter with an exotic animal.