Marvelous March Events in Ridgefield

March in Ridgefield is full of exciting events and countless ways to welcome the spring season. Join us to experience the best of Ridgefield with this month’s events around town. From incredible musical performances, to the latest museum exhibits, festive fun for the family, comedy shows, inspiring art at the galleries, and much more. Take a look at all the fun things to do this month #inRidgefield!

Paint ‘N Sip

Friday, March 1st
850 Degrees Wood Fired Pizza Restaurant

Join us for a fun-filled evening of creativity at Paint ‘N Sip in collaboration with RPAC. This in-person event will be held in the private room across the courtyard. Get ready to unleash your inner artist as you enjoy sipping on your favorite beverages and painting a masterpiece.

Rome & Duddy Tour

Friday, March 1st
The Ridgefield Playhouse

Over 15 years of sharing stages and studios with each other’s massively beloved bands, Sublime With Rome and Dirty Heads, Rome Ramirez and Dustin “Duddy” Bushnell have forged a unique creative chemistry that led to unexpected magic that matches the rootsy simplicity and true-to-life storytelling of Americana with the hypnotic rhythms and breezy guitar tones of reggae.

An Afternoon Tea with the Cast of Little Women

Saturday, March 2nd
Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center

In celebration of Women’s History Month and Ridgefield High School’s upcoming production of Little Women: The Broadway Musical, the community is invited to an afternoon tea in the Garden House. The event is inspired by the 1860s setting of Louisa May Alcott’s beloved story of four sisters growing up in Civil War-era New England.

RSO Quartet in Concert

Saturday, March 2nd
Ridgefield Theater Barn

Join the RSO Quartet in concert for a fun evening of great music at the newly renovated and expanded Ridgefield Theater Barn. The quartet, featuring the RSO’s four principal string players, will perform a marvelous selection of chamber music on stage in the lovely, intimate main theater.

First Sunday at Keeler Tavern Museum

Sunday, March 3rd
Keeler Tavern Museum and History Center

This March, activities in the Garden House are all about weaving and DIY lap looms! Other activities include watercolor painting and plenty of children’s books – a perfect afternoon to cozy up next to the fireplace. Drop in any time between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. to participate.

Exploring Local Habitats: Freshwater Streams and Life Within Them

Sunday, March 3rd
The Ridgefield Library

Come learn about the importance of our local freshwater streams and the critters that call them home! Presenters from Woodcock Nature Center and the Ridgefield Conservation Commission will talk about stream ecology and health, as well as share what the Conservation Commission is doing to monitor these habitats in our local preserves.

Camerata d’Amici’s Winter Concert

Sunday, March 3rd
St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church

Camerata d’Amici performs an exceptionally diverse repertoire, featuring both the new and the traditional, the sacred and the secular, the familiar and the surprising. Join them for their winter concert titled “Music in the Air” on Sunday, March 3, 2024 @ 4:00pm at St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church. Tickets are now available!

Take a Peek into Preschool

Tuesday, March 5th
Virtual event with Ridgefield Academy

Landmark Preschool, located on campuses in Ridgefield, Westport, and Bedford, NY, offers a joyful introduction to hands-on learning for ages 2-5. During an informal online visit on Tuesday, March 5th, learn about Landmark’s caring, collaborative school environment, take a peek into a classroom as students engage in purposeful learning experiences.

Hearts of Hope 16th Annual Breakfast

Wednesday, March 6th
The Candlewood Inn

The Hearts of Hope Annual Breakfast allows friends of The Center for Empowerment and Education (CEE) to unite and honor the work done each year to meet their mission. This is one of their major annual fundraisers to raise critical funds to support their no-cost and confidential services. During our Hearts of Hope, supporters enjoy a delicious breakfast overlooking Candlewood Lake and hear a powerful message from survivors.

Little Women: The Broadway Musical

March 8th & 9th and March 15th & 16th
Ridgefield High School

Ridgefield High School Visual and Performing Arts presents Little Women: The Broadway Musical which brings to life Louisa May Alcott’s autobiographical novel about her family during the Civil War featuring her four sisters — traditional Meg, wild, aspiring writer Jo, timid Beth, and romantic Amy.

An Evening of One Acts

Opens Saturday, March 8th
Ridgefield Theater Barn

Following on the heels of their wildly successful and sold out run of Clue, Ridgefield Theater Barn will open their ever popular production of An Evening of One Acts featuring 8 short original unpublished works selected by the One Acts Committee from over 250 submitted plays from playwrights both local and across the globe.

Woodcock Nature Center Open House

Saturday, March 9th
Woodcock Nature Center

All are welcome to swing by for a visit! Check out our indoor animal enclosures and say hello to your favorite Woodcock ambassador animal. Plan a longer visit by enjoying our grounds, trails and playground which are open from dawn to dusk daily free of charge.

The Grand Shanghai Circus

Sunday, March 10th
The Ridgefield Playhouse

China’s most celebrated acrobatic company, the Grand Shanghai Circus has stunned and amazed audiences worldwide as over 40 acrobats showcase a dramatic interpretation of classic Chinese dance and physical performance art with extraordinary and inventive feats of strength, skill, control, balance, grace and charisma.

Beyond Queer Stereotypes Workshop

Thursday, March 14th
The Teen Barn

Join us for food, fun, community, games as well as a special youth workshop, Beyond Queer Stereotypes: a Youth Workshop on Representation in the Media led by Rachel Simon from TCC. This event is FREE and is open to all LGBTQ teens and allies in grades 6th – 12th. Dinner and refreshments will be served. No RSVP is required.

Easter Bunny at Lounsbury House

Hoppy Days Egg Hunt

Saturday, March 16th
Lounsbury House

Families are invited to join us for an “egg-citing” egg hunt for kids ages 3-10 at the historic Lounsbury House! Keep your eyes open for the Easter Bunny, who will be hopping by to spread cheer and pose for photos. Mark your calendars, gather your little egg-hunters, and let’s create magical memories together!

“A JOURNEY” by Kimberly Wilson

Sunday, March 17th
Keeler Tavern Museum and History Center

Kimberly Wilson is coming to Keeler Tavern Museum for a powerful performance of “A JOURNEY” Musical One-Woman Show, followed by an audience talkback. Wilson is the award-winning creator and actor of “A JOURNEY,” where she uses song, movement, and dialogue to tell the stories of seven Black women whose lives span hundreds of years.


Through Saturday, March 23rd

Due to the overwhelming response, ACT of Connecticut has extended MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET through March 23!
This musical tells the story of an extraordinary twist of fate brought Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley together for what would be one of the greatest jam sessions in rock and roll history. Get your tickets for performances on Thursday – Sunday evenings!

An Evening of Funny, Honey and Hope

Thursday, March 21st
The Ridgefield Playhouse

Join the Center for Empowerment and Education for a fun evening featuring comedians Hanna Dickinson, Barbara Miller, and Laurie Newkirk. This fundraiser will help support The Center’s no-cost and confidential services offered to anyone experiencing domestic or sexual violence in Northern Fairfield and Southern Litchfield Counties.

Women’s Forum

Friday, March 22nd
Salem Golf Club

The Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce is delighted to announce the headline speakers for its highly anticipated Women’s Forum dedicated to empowering and inspiring women in the community. Attendees can look forward to engaging with vendors, breakout sessions, and networking with fellow professionals.

The Machine Performs Pink Floyd- Dark Side of the Weekend

Friday, March 22nd & Saturday, March 23rd
The Ridgefield Playhouse

Two showtimes featuring fan favorites on Friday night and greatest hits on Saturday night! The Machine has forged a 30+ year reputation of extending the musical legacy of Pink Floyd. The quartet performs a diverse mix of The Floyd’s extensive 16-album repertoire, complete with renditions of popular hits and obscure gems.

An Afternoon of Casks

Sunday, March 24th
Nod Hill Brewery

Enjoy a convivial atmosphere perfectly suited for the enjoyment of these beers – meet the brewers behind them, hang with like-minded folks who share a love of cask beer, and enjoy a few pints, some great music, and perhaps a few oysters or poutine.

G.E. Smith & Masters of the Telecaster

Wednesday, March 27th
The Ridgefield Playhouse

With three of the most prolific rock guitarists in the world Jim Weider (The Band), G.E. Smith (SNL / Roger Waters band), Larry Campbell (Bob Dylan / Levon Helm band) this is sure to be a historic night with tunes from Roy Buchanan, Little Richard, Sam Cooke, Stevie Winwood and Bo Diddley to the Rolling Stones and more!

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