Ultimate Women’s Only Self-Defense Course
January 15th @ 7:00pm
This will be a comprehensive, realistic self-defense course on how to defend yourself and feel safe and confident in any situation. ONLY 20 SPOTS AVAILABLE! The event should run for 1 hour and 15 minutes. Masks are required and we are following all state safety protocol.
Shake it Up! Member Show
Starts January 16th
Ridgefield Guild of Artists
Guild members, 2020 is nearly behind us now and a new year with better vibes (we hope) is on its way. Our lives may still be out of our control, but we can still be creative, right? So, try something new and different, or stick to your tried-and-true. Either way, let’s all show our true colors and Shake it Up! for our first show of the new year. See this Member Show online!
25th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration
January 18th @ 11:00am
The Ridgefield Playhouse
Every year The Spirit of Dr. King Award is given to a Ridgefield resident for their outstanding commitment to community service and selflessness, as we celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. King. This year will be special, not only because it is the 25th Anniversary of this event, but because, for the first time, it will all be done virtually. In addition to the awards ceremony, which will be available on the Town of Ridgefield’s YouTube channel, the virtual event will include performances by The Ridgefield Chorale, KEYS students (including the Talmadge Hill Choir), The Phil Ramone Youth Orchestra, The Ridgefield Diwali Committee, Poet Laureate Barb Jennes, students from A Better Chance, and actress Kimberly Wilson- who has also been a part of the entertainment every year since the first celebration. Sharing their own reflections on Dr. King, Rabbi Jon Haddon and Deacon Arthur Miller will give the invocation and benediction.