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Saturday, February 4th 11 a.m.: Learn how to master the skills for painting in watercolor from color theory to painting your own fantasy, floral, still life, or beach scene. The 5 week hands on course starts on Saturday February 4th. The course will take place at the Sterling House Community Center and is for Ages: 16+.

Sunday, February 5th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Shakespeare Park: The Shakespeare Market – A twice-monthly outdoor food and craft market on the grounds of the American Shakespeare Festival Theater. FARMERS, CRAFTERS, BAKERS AND MORE!!

Saturday, February 11th from 7-11 p.m., Trumbull Marriott: “Una Noche de Maravilla y Esperanza” Scholarship Fundraiser Gala. Sponsored by the Stratford Hispanic Committee. All proceeds benefit the Scholarship Fund! For Ticket Purchases contact Olga Peña at 203-820-3658. Ticket Presale: 2 for $150, At the Door: $85 each

Tuesday: The Vicki Soto Early Learning Center at Stratford High School is a learning resource lab for our high school students provided through a part-time preschool model that serves children ages 3-6 years on Tuesday, Thursdays, and Fridays. The program will begin February 7th from 9 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. There are still several openings. For more information and to register email: Or

Wednesday, January 25th to February 15th, Pickle Ball, 9:30 – 10:30 a.m., Birdseye Complex Gym: Drop-ins welcome! Stratford Seniors join the latest exercise craze – 4 week courses on Pickle Ball. In partnership with Stratford Recreation and the Baldwin Center, SHCC will be conducting Pickle Ball classes that teach the basic rules, skills, and techniques. There will be short drills, practice time and friendly scrimmages.

Save The Date Stratford Events:

March 25th: Boogie at the Brewery to benefit Sterling House Community Center.

May 20th the Goody Bassett Ball fundraiser for the Stratford Historical Society.

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