Stamford Museum & Nature Center to Offer Free Program Series for Neurodiverse Students and Families

April 20, 2022

Stamford, Conn. – The Stamford Museum & Nature Center is proud to offer “Animals for All,” a free program series designed exclusively for neurodiverse children and their families. Two different program formats are offered: Heckscher Farm Open Evenings, which allow families to visit the Farm after-hours at their own pace…

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Stamford Museum & Nature Center to hold series of three First County Bank Maple Sugar Fest Sundays in February and March

February 2, 2022

Stamford, Conn. – The Stamford Museum & Nature Center is proud to announce the 2022 dates for its annual series of First County Bank Maple Sugar Fest Sundays. All are invited to celebrate the maple sugaring season at the Center three Sundays this winter: February 27 and March 6 &…

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Stamford Magazine: Now & Then – The Great Outdoors

January 26, 2022

Now & Then BY JOEY MACARI It seems every year there’s something new about this city. A new park. A new mayor. A new, not-so-under-the-radar pizza place. Surely, there’s enough buzz and excitement to go around. Then, there’s the nostalgia factor. The imprints left by those who knew Stamford a little…

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Robert Dash: Food for Thought Exhibition On View at the Stamford Museum & Nature Center Beginning February 18, 2022

January 24, 2022

Stamford, Conn. — The Stamford Museum & Nature Center is pleased to present “Robert Dash: Food for Thought – Micro Views of Sustenance: Threats and Prospects,” a powerful exhibition featuring 36 large-scale color photographs related to the subject of climate change. The exhibition opens to the public on February 18, 2022,…

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After death of partner, lone heritage ox helps Stamford Nature Center teach about the past

January 17, 2022

Verónica Del Valle, Stamford AdvocateJan. 14, 2022 STAMFORD — Moose is an introvert, said Nina Sherwood, a farm manager at the Stamford Museum and Nature Center, but Monty was the natural extrovert. He would eat anything you put in front of him — pumpkins, fruit, you name it. And he…

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Artnet: ‘A Painting Is Never Finished’: Legendary Chef Jacques Pépin on His Secret Life as an Artist, and Why He’s Sharing It Now

January 4, 2022

The French American chef has a solo museum exhibition showcasing 50 years of his art. Sarah Cascone, January 3, 2022 At age 86, Jacques Pépin is tired of writing cookbooks. That’s why his next book about chicken won’t be about how to cook it—instead, it will feature a selection of chicken-inspired…

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Stamford Museum & Nature Center presents “The Artistry of Jacques Pépin”

November 12, 2021

Stamford, Conn — The Stamford Museum & Nature Center is pleased to present The Artistry of Jacques Pépin, a retrospective of the celebrated chef and James Beard award winner’s artwork.  The exhibition will feature over seventy works of art from the past five decades. The exhibition opens to the public on…

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Opinion: Thumbs Up, thumbs down

November 9, 2021

A9 | Stamford Advocate | Tuesday, November 9, 2021EDITORIAL Thumbs up to reinventing the Stamford Observatory. After 40 years, the observatory at the Stamford Museum & Nature Center has been closed to the public for three years. A new proposal would introduce a planetarium with 125 seats, and outdoor observation…

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$10M could turn dilapidated Stamford Observatory into rival for NYC’s Hayden Planetarium

November 9, 2021

Verónica Del Valle | Stamford Advocate Nov. 6, 2021 STAMFORD — Behind a locked fence at the Stamford Museum & Nature Center, there’s a dusty building shrouded by trees. Its whitewashed facade and silo have grown ashen over the years. Next to the front entrance, behind a formidable pillar, the…

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Stamford Advocate: Fall Family Fest at the Stamford Museum & Nature Center

September 28, 2021

by Tyler Sizemore Stamford AdvocateSep. 26, 2021 To celebrate the season, the Museum & Nature Center held a mini festival with added attractions, enhanced programming, and fun offerings for the whole family. The event continues on Oct. 3 and Oct. 17. Read original article here

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Kristin Sinatra

Director of External Affairs
Stamford Museum & Nature Center
ksinatra@stamfordmuseum.org
203.977.6538

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