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SONO Farmers Market

SONO Farmers Market

Where: Ryan Park, Day Street, South Norwalk, CT 06854


When: Every Other Sunday, 10am-2pm
9/24, 10/8, 10/22, 11/5, 11/19

SoNo Farmers Market is being held at Ryan park. Come check out locally made seasonal produce, baked goods, gifts, crafts and more. Food, shopping, live music, and fun for all ages makes it the perfect family day.

Sono Kimono will be there with vintage kimono and yukata, as well as clothes and accessories made from vintage kimono fabrics. 

Halloween Night Fair on Washington Street

Where: Washington Street, South Norwalk, CT 06854


When: Saturday, Oct 28, 5pm-10pm &

Sunday, Oct 29, 11am-4pm

Immerse yourself in Halloween thrills on October 28th from 5 - 10 PM, where live music, enchanting performances, and spooky scenes await.  Get your cards read at the Divination Station, explore eclectic vendors, and savor candy apples.  

Cant make it at night?  No worries!  On October 29th from 11 AM - 4 PM, experience a brighter side of Halloween with themed brunch bites, trick-or-treating, and a delightful Pet Costume Parade, as costumed pups and spirits take over the street.


Meet the Sanderson Sisters and Jack Skellington with Sally!  Trick or treat with local businesses, register your furry friend for the Pet Costume Parade, and flaunt your own costume in the Costume Contest!  Feeling brave?  Take part in the Scream Showdown and unleash your inner banshee! 

Sono Kimono will be there with vintage kimono and yukata, as well as clothes and accessories made from vintage kimono fabrics. 

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Stand Up for Justice: Japanese Concentration Camps from a Child's Perspective

Where: Weston Public Library, 56 Norfield Rd., Weston, CT 06883


When: Saturday, Sept 23, 3:00pm

“Stand Up For Justice” honors Joy DeJaeger’s mother, who is currently 95 years old, and was placed in an American Concentration Camp from age 11 – 14 during World War II. The lecture demonstrates the unique challenges faced by Japanese Americans during the second World War and explores positive, peaceful and intelligent action when standing up for justice.

This presentation is part of a World War II Lecture Series organized by the Weston History & Culture Center.

Sono Kimono is honored to be invited to dress Mrs DeJaeger for this event.

CLICK HERE to register. This is a FREE event.


A History & Demonstration

Robyn is proud to give this hour long presentation on “A Year in Kimono”, which starts with the history of kimono from its origins to modern day fashion. It will then be followed by a dressing workshop. Participants will get to experience dressing themselves in yukata, the cotton summer kimono popular at festivals and celebrations. 

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