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What To Do: Fireworks, Book Sale, Touch-a-Truck

From our neighborhood to the towns around us, if you're looking for something to do this weekend we've got you covered.

Whether you're in search of something fun to do with the kids or you have a babysitter and are planning a night out, look no further because Patch editors have picked a variety of events taking place today and tomorrow to help you make the most of your weekend. Click on the headline of each for more information.

Brookfield: Annual Book Sale

Brookfield Library is holding its annual Friends of the Library Book Sale this weekend, beginning Thursday, Sept. 27, and running through Sunday, Sept. 30.

Thursday kicks off with a $15 admission for early bird buyers. Those that wait until Sunday can fill a bag with whatever is left over for just $5. Check out the event listing above for more details.

Darien: 'To the Table' Art Show Benefits Historical Society

To the Table is a five-week long juried art sale with paintings, watercolors and photographs depicting the farm to table phenomenon and more: Farms, barns, farm animals, fruits and vegetables, flowers and orchards, roadside stands and markets and fishing. To the Table runs from Friday, August 24 to Sunday, September 30. Free wine and cheese receptions are offered on all Friday nights, except for Labor Day weekend (closed that Sunday as well). These Friday night viewings and receptions are all from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm on August 24 (opening night) and on September 7, 14, 21 and 28.

Southbury: Celebration Fireworks

The Annual Southbury Celebration offers music, food and fireworks. The event takes place at Lake Stibbs at the Southbury Training School. Admission is free and gates open at 5:30 p.m. with fireworks beginning at 7:30 p.m.

Stamford: Paint the Town Pink Campaign Kick-off

Breast Cancer Survivors & Supporters Kick Off “Paint the Town Pink” Campaign on Sept. 29 at 10:30 a.m. at Stamford's Veterans Park. Decked out in pink attire, local breast cancer survivors and supporters will stand alongside Stamford Mayor Michael Pavia and WABC-TV’s Senior Meteorologist Bill Evans to literally “Paint the Town Pink” in Veteran’s Park.This year marks the 8th annual “Paint the Town Pink” campaign. Sponsored by Stamford Hospital and a number of community partners, it stresses the importance of screening and early detection of breast cancer.

Norwalk: Open House and Touch-a-Truck

The Norwalk Fire Department and Department of Public Works will be sponsoring a joint Open House on Saturday, September 29 from 10:00am- 1:00 pm at the Public Works Center and NFD Training tower on South Smith Street. As an early celebration of Fire Prevention Week, the Fire Department will have their trucks on display, give safety trailer tours and teach about the importance of smoke alarms and escape plans. The Department of Public Works will help residents learn what happens to garbage and recyclables, how traffic signals work and how roads are paved. In support of the Food Pantry at Christan Community Action (CCA) in Norwalk, the Departments are sponsoring a food drive as part of this year’s open house. All visitors are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items; especially peanut butter, jelly, soup and kid friendly school snacks.

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