Many Westporters spin. Many support efforts to help great causes.
Now JoyRide and STAR Lighting the Way are teaming up to raise money for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
A spin class this Saturday (September 26, 12 to 1 p.m.) will help fund STAR programs — and all donations will be matched 100% by an anonymous donor.
This is a great opportunity for new spinners, experienced ones, and everybody in between. It’s an inclusive, no-judgment opportunity.
The cost is $50 per rider, payable to STAR at the door. Space is limited; click here to register.
For 9 years, Nancy Diamond produced the “Short Cuts” festival at Garden Cinemas.
The Norwalk art house theater has closed. But the series soon goes virtual. Its new sponsor is the Westport Library.
The dates are Thursday, October 8 and Thursday, November 12. Both “festivals” run from 7 p.m. to 8:45.
As usual, Nancy will introduce 5 short movies curated from the Tribeca Film Festival. Afterward though, there’s a remote talkback with 3 of the films’ directors. They’ll be live — and around the globe. One is in Switzerland, another from the UK, and a third all the way in Brooklyn.
Anyone can watch at home via computer, or cast onto a big-screen TV. They’ll also be shown on the Remarkable Theater’s even-bigger Imperial Avenue parking lot screen. There’s room for 70 (socially distanced) cars.
Click here to read about the films, and order tickets.
And finally … today is the first day of fall. Happy equinox!