This Weekend in Black Rock - February 17, 2017

ACOUSTIC CAFE - 2926 Fairfield Avenue, 203-335-FOLK.  Black Rock Social, Jen Durkin and the Business, Friday, 8 PM.  Skeleton Keys, Saturday, 8 PM.  

BRYAC RESTAURANT - 3074 Fairfield Avenue, 203-522-4777.  Serene Green, Friday; The Wool Hats, Saturday; BRYAC Funk All-Stars, Sunday

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This Weekend in Black Rock - February 9, 2017

ACOUSTIC CAFE - 2926 Fairfield Avenue, 203-335-FOLK.  Tom Hamilton's American Babies, Friday, 8 PM.  Tim Palmieri Solo Acoustic, Saturday, 8 PM.

BRYAC RESTAURANT - 3074 Fairfield Avenue, 203-522-4777.  Formula 5, Friday; Shakedown, Saturday.

This Weekend in Black Rock - January 3, 2017

ACOUSTIC CAFE - 2926 Fairfield Avenue, 203-335-FOLK.  Penque-Diomede Band, Friday, 8 PM.  Reed Mathis & Electric Beethoven, Saturday, 8 PM.  

TAUTOG TAVERN - 2926 Fairfield Avenue, 203-916-7500.  Acoustic Open Mic, Sunday, 8 PM

Poetry Reading - Saturday, February 11th

The Black Rock Art Guild presents a Poetry Reading on Saturday, February 11th from 3 to 5 PM at the Black Rock Library, 2705 Fairfield Avenue.  Refreshments will be served.

Date: 
Sat, 02/11/2017 - 3:00pm

This Weekend in Black Rock - January 27-30

ACOUSTIC CAFE - 2926 Fairfield Avenue, 203-335-FOLK.  Erick Krasno Bank, Marcus King Band, Friday, 8 PM.

BRYAC RESTAURANT - 3074 Fairfield Avenue, 203-522-4777.  Bear Tread, Thursday; Oh  Who Dat, Friday; Ed Mann & Friends, Saturday; James Dalton & Mark Diomede, Sunday

TAUTOG TAVERN - 2926 Fairfield Avenue, 203-916-7500.  Acoustic Open Mic, Sunday, 8 PM,

Ash Creek Pedestrian Bridge - Community Meeting

You are invited to a community meeting on the Ash Creek Pedestrian Bridge on Thursday, February 2, 2016 from 6 PM to 8 PM at the Burroughs Community Center.

Date: 
Thu, 02/02/2017 - 6:00pm

Ash Creek Pedestrian and Bike Bridge to Be Completed 2019

< The pedestrian and bike bridge over Ash Creek will connect Black Rock with the Fairfield Metro train station.  The 160 foot bridge will double the number of residents who will be with in a half-mile walk of the station.

Black Rock Featured in New York Times

The Black Rock section of Bridgeport was featured in the Real Estate Section of the New York Times on Sunday, December 25, 2016.  This time the NYT used the boundaries as defined by the NRZ to delineate Black Rock from the rest of Bridgeport.  This means that Black Rock ends at I-95 and right after Captain's Cove.  The article described a dense, walkable neighborhood with a down-to-earth niche of diverse, community-minded residents.  The Black Rock Farmers Market was mentioned.   The market is open on Saturdays from June through October, and has expanded to include artists and music.

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