• Fighting breast cancer: One Darien mother’s battle
• Veterans battle each other in RTM race
• Darien Boat Club hedge project stirs up controversy
• Domestic violence awareness month — why is the crime still so underreported?
• At ‘The Heights’ — community room addition renews neighbor concerns
• Planning & Zoning Department advises on politicial sign use during election season
• League of Women Voters holding two candidate forums
• Darien families, high school, welcome Chinese students
• Local church vandalized with possible Satanic message
• Board of Ed meets with accreditation panel
• Editorial: Domestic violence — you’re not alone
• Letters: Grateful for Big Rig Gig, election letters, Gallivant offers seniors services, Community Fund kicking off campaign
• Cameron: The Gestalt of a Railroad
• Natale: The unexpected benefits of volunteering, and a Shakespeare lesson
• Lady lacers repeat as FCIAC East champs
• Wave volleyball ‘Dig’s Pink’ Friday for breast cancer awareness
• Darien field hockey outscores opponents 48-2
• Kennedy author speaks at DCA
• Rowayton Fire Department to hold open house
• Nicholas Roberts Fine Wines will donate a percentage of one day’s sales to breast cancer center
• Easy economics talk at the library
• Library’s annual meeting features local author Rosencranz Baldwin
• Rowayton preschool offers open house
• Darien Sports Shop to hold fundraising event for YWCA
• St. Luke’s Discovery Hour will explore religion and conflict
• Tilly Pond to hold pumpkin walk
• One-act plays coming up at the library
• ‘Laura Lamont’s Life in Pictures’ will be part of the library’s fall Meet the Author series
• Darien Arts Center hosts ‘An Evening of Dance’
• Tokeneke to hold pumpkin carnival this weekend
• From a teenager’s eye: A teen’s look at autumn
• Math students compete in ‘trimathlon’
• Photos from Royle, Hindley, Holly Pond school events
• This month’s Depot schedule
Arts & Leisure
• Preview of the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum¹s weekend of design, Oct. 19-21, which will honor furniture designer Wendell Castle at the opening of an exhibit of his work
• Spooky Halloween events, including the Great Jack O¹Lantern Blaze, are underway at Historic Hudson Valley sites
• This American Life host and creator Ira Glass will visit Ridgefield on Sunday.
• Greenwich Library and BackCountry Jazz in Greenwich are teaming up to honor the legacy of Louis Armstrong.
• The New Canaan Nature Center¹s Fall Fair is Saturday.
• The Greenwich Symphony¹s season opens this weekend with guest pianist Angela Cheng playing Beethoven¹s Piano Concerto No. 1
• A Raisin in the Sun, directed by Phylicia Rashad, opened this week at the Westport Country Playhouse
• Surprising gems at the New York Film Festival, reports Reel Dad Mark Schumann.
• Fiddler on the Roof opens Oct. 11 at the Westchester Broadway Theatre.
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