STAMFORD, Conn. — Breast Cancer awareness events, high school football and scarecrow making are a few of the events going on this weekend in Stamford. Visit our Events Section to see what else is happening in the area.
Friday, Oct. 12
Butterfield 8 Goes Pink: 5:30 p.m. Starting with Happy Hour, Butterfield 8, 112 Bedford St., will serve pink martini’s and host a DJ Battle to raise money for breast cancer awareness.
Loving Llanview Comes To Stamford: 7 p.m. Head to the Palace Theater, 61 Bedford St., to meet your favorite “One Life To Live” stars. Tickets for the live event range from $28-138, and $125 for the autograph session.
Saturday, Oct. 13
High School Football: 1 p.m. There are two local games with the city rivalry taking place at Trinity Catholic High School where the Crusaders take on Stamford High School, and Westhill will host a team from Franklin, Mass.
Haitian Books And Arts Festival: 1 to 7 p.m. There will be music, art exhibits, food and more at the Ferguson Library’s South End Branch, 34 Woodland Ave., to celebrate Haitian Culture. The event is free to attend.
Girls' Night Out: 8 p.m. Television personality Giuliana Rancic will be at the Palace Theater, 61 Atlantic St., sharing her personal story with breast cancer. Tickets for the event are $47 to $107 and $10 from each will be donated to Stamford Hospital’s breast cancer programs.
Sunday, Oct. 14
Around The Point for STARescue: 9 a.m. Take your dog to Commons Park, 101 Washington Blvd., for a 4k jog/walk with other dog lovers. The event is $10 and free for kids under 13 and dogs.
Scarecrow Making: 2 to 4 p.m. The Stamford Museum & Nature Center, 39 Scofieldtown Road, will host its third annual Scarecrow making program. The event is free with gate admission, and supplies will be provided. People are asked to bring their own clothing.
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