WESTPORT, Conn. Repair work to the retaining wall on Compo Road South and Narrow Rocks Road will begin Monday, so drivers should expect delays. Also this week, catch a choral concert unlike any other during the Spring Choral Festival at Staples High School. Read more about whats happening this week in Westport below.
Monday, April 9
? Daytime work on the retaining wall on Compo Road South and Narrow Rocks Road begins today and continues through April 27. As a result, Narrow Rocks Road will be fully closed and Compo Road South will be reduced to alternating one-way traffic near the railroad bridge.
? 7:30 p.m.: The Board of Education is holding a public meeting at Staples High School, 70 North Ave. View the agenda here .
Tuesday, April 10
? 8:30 a.m.: The Downtown 2020 Committee meets in Room 309. Click here to review the agenda.
? 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.: The Registrars of Voters Office is holding an enrollment session for people whose names were removed from the registry list. The session will also be used for registration and/or enrollment of electors eligible to vote in the April 24 Republican presidential primary.
? 7 p.m.: More than 400 Westport students are taking part in the districts Spring Choral Festival concert at the Staples High School auditorium. This festival features the combined elementary school choruses, Bedford and Coleytown Middle Schools' select Camerata Choruses, and the Staples Orphenians select choir. Admission is free, and no tickets are required.
? 7 to 11 p.m.: The Westport-based nonprofit Als Angels is hosting its second annual 24 Hours of Strikes, a bowling fundraiser. The event raises funds for the nonprofit, which provides holiday meals and gifts to the families of children with cancer, rare blood diseases and financial hardship. The event will be held at Bowlmor Lanes in Times Square, 222 W. 44th St. To register or donate, visit www.24hoursofstrikes.com .
Wednesday, April 11
? Noon to 1:30 p.m.: Westport actress Kimberly Wilson brings to life a handful of prominent black women in her one-woman dramatization A Journey at the Westport Historical Society , 25 Avery Place. The program includes a light lunch. Tickets are $15. Reservations are required. Call 203-222-1424 for more information or to buy tickets.
? 7 to 9 p.m.: Learn about tick bites and Lyme disease prevention at Earthplace, 10 Woodside Lane. The presentation will be led by Kirby Stafford III, vice director and chief entomologist at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station. The presentation is free.
Thursday, April 12
? 7 p.m.: The Board of Selectmen is holding a public meeting in the Town Hall auditorium. It will review a request from the Westport Weston Family Y to connect its planned new facility at Mahackeno to the municipal sanitary sewer system. THIS MEETING HAS BEEN CANCELED.
? 7 p.m.: The Planning and Zoning Commission is holding a public meeting in Room 201/201A at Town Hall. The meeting agenda is available here .
Friday, April 13
? 9:30 a.m.: Join the discussion at the Westport Arts Center during ArtCafé. Using Friday's New York Times Arts Section as a starting point, participants engage in a discussion about the arts and how they relate to the local community. Free refreshments will be served. This program is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the center at 203-222-7070.
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