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Climate Care’s suggestions for online events about town!

Hello, Norwalk, Connecticut! It’s us again, Climate Care, Fairfield County’s go-to source for furnace tune-ups, duct cleaning, IAQ (indoor air quality) solutions and all things HVAC (heating and cooling). Mother Nature has been throwing around her share of inclement weather in 2021, and we hope you’ve been comfortable and supported by a well-tuned furnace, excellent IAQ (indoor air quality). If not, you know who to call (hint: (203) 354-2020 www.climatecarect.com). It’s also never too early to start thinking (or dreaming) about warm weather and your Spring to-do list. But, before you do, how about donning that big Winter coat one last time, masking up (masks are like hats for your face) and heading out to support some local events and businesses in our sweet little corner of the world?  Here’s a list of some events (both online and off) to get you warmed up (If your house isn’t nice and warm, however, please refer to the phone number/website, above.)

4/4 – Wednesday Night Climbing (every Wednesday)

Climb every mountain. A combination of fitness, camaraderie and goal satisfaction, it’s not surprising that wall rock climbing has continued to grow in popularity. Join the Fairfield Rock Climbing group for good times on a grand scale. No experience is necessary.

Rock Climb Fairfield will provide first-timers with a free orientation and FRC Meetup members will be on hand to help belay (control the ropes). May you enjoy the view from the top.

4/14 – Tower of Power at the Fairfield Theatre

Let the funk/rock/soul combo of these renowned “horn-driven funkateers” transport you to the 70’s as Tower of Power celebrates their 51st anniversary and lays down their ageless rhythms. Originating in Oakland, this pioneering band made some of the most iconic music in history, and they can’t wait to share it with you. We’ve all earned this jam.

https://boxoffice.fairfieldtheatre.org/9660/9661?z=0

4/24 – Women of a Certain Age Comedy

With the tagline, “Comedy never gets old”, this extension of the hit Showtime special comes to the St. Lawrence Society in Cos Cob. Come join hilarious ladies, Carole Montgomery and Vanessa Hollingshead (with more to be announced soon) for a night of laughter. We know it’s the best medicine. Get yourself a dose. Laughter is the closest thing we know to the fountain of youth.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/funny-women-of-a-certain-age-in-cos-cob-tickets-142967602949

April-November – A Season of Virtual and Live Theatre at Town Players Newton

Live theatre has taken a hit this past year, to say the least. Help revive one of our greatest resources and consider a season pass to Town Players in Newton. Their 2021 Season includes a mixture of online (virtual cabarets and one acts) and live events (The Elephant Man and the Fantasticks) and promises to get the heart of the theatre and theatre lovers beating strongly again. Curtain up!

https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4473770

Inside or outside, or on a rock wall, there’s something fun-filled for you to do in Fairfield County. And when you get back home, make sure your heating system is equipped to handle the rest of Winter, and that your IAQ is the healthiest it can be. Call Climate Care at (203) 354-2020, or visit us at www.climatecarect.com to schedule a visit.