News Briefs: Accessibility Day at Stepping Stones, Law Day art and essay contest
at Stepping Stones
NORWALK — Stepping Stones Museum for Children in Mathews Park is hosting an Accessibility Day on Sunday. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., families of children with special needs have free admission to the museum.
Law Day art
and essay contest
NEW CANAAN — The Fairfield County Bar Association is accepting entries for its annual Law Day Art and Essay contest, open to students in kindergarten through grade 12. Entries must be received by April 6.
This year’s theme is “Separation of Powers: Framework for Freedom.”
Students who wish to participate in the contest should submit an original essay or artwork in the medium of their choice portraying their individual interpretation of the meaning of the Law Day theme.
For information, go to americanbar.org.
The winning entries will be displayed at state Superior Court in Stamford. For information, call attorney Lauren J. Mashe at 203-357-1330.
Moms Demand Action
to hold first meeting
NORWALK — Moms Demand Action, a national organization organizing for gun reform, is hosting its first meeting in Norwalk at 2 p.m. Saturday.
The nonprofit was founded the day after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School and originally modeled itself after Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
Moms Demand Action hopes to capitalize on grass-roots organizing to address gun violence, and is not only for mothers. Learn more at facebook.com/MomsDemandActionCTCentral.
NCC summer registration starts early
NORWALK — Due to popular demand, registration for summer courses at Norwalk Community College began March 1, instead of the traditional April 2 start.
Earn academic credits to graduate faster or to transfer to your home college. Summer classes fill up quickly. By registering early, you are more likely to get the professors you want, or the courses you need for program requirements. Classes are offered days or evenings.
To search course offerings, visit www.norwalk.edu and click on “Course Search.”