Art Classes for Kids, Ages 3 to 10, Start This Week, Register Soon

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DAC art classes registration announcement

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These art classes start on Sept. 24 or Sept. 27.

The Darien Arts Center is introducing three new visual arts classes and instructors for children, aged 3 through 10.

— an announcement from Darien Arts Center

The classes are tailored to specific age groups, where students will create developmentally appropriate art projects using the elements of art and a variety of different media.

Techniques will be explored while students create using pastels, watercolor, ink and more.

DAC art classes registration announcement

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These art classes start on Sept. 24, 26 or 27.

Karen Siegel, leads the Art Studio class for 8 to 10 year olds, taking place on Thursdays, from 4 to 5:30 p.m., from Sept. 27 through Dec. 10.

Erika Caputo is teaching Little Artists, for ages 3-5, which takes place on Mondays, from 2:30 to 3:15 p.m., and runs from Sept. 24. through Jan. 14., and Elementary Art Studio, for ages 6-7, which takes place on Wednesdays, from 3:45 to 4:45 p.m. from Sept. 26 through Jan. 9.

Fees for classes are as follows: Art Studio class is $300, Little Artists is $300 and Elementary Art Studio is $260.

For more information or to register, visit the DAC website or call (203) 655-8683. The DAC is located at 2 Renshaw Road, behind the Darien Town Hall.

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Break-in at Mama Carmela’s Deli Involves Tampered Lock, Not Much Taken

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Darien Police Night 03-01-17

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A lock was tampered with in order to break in to Mama Carmela’s Italian Deli sometime overnight Tuesday to Wednesday, Feb. 26 to 27, but not much money was taken, according to police.

At Tuesday’s meeting of the Darien Police Commission, Police Chief Donald Anderson described the burglary, adding additional details to the police announcement issued the same day.

At 5:15 a.m., Wednesday, a police officer on patrol was flagged down by two people in front of Mama Carmela’s at 1981 Post Road. They told the officer that when they arrived at work, they found the front-door lock had been damaged.

Inside, they found the cash register open and cash missing. Detectives went to the scene to process it for evidence.

The burglar or burglars didn’t get much money, Anderson said, although, like the police announcement, he didn’t specify how much.

The break-in didn’t involve any broken windows or other major damage, so no major repairs were needed, he said.

“This is what they call a ‘lock spinning burglary,'” he said. According to a 2003 article in the New Haven Register, “‘Spinning’ refers to use of a tool to remove locks from a door and simply walk inside.”

Anderson gave a general description of the process: “They just grab the lock assembly and kind of spin it, and that opens the door.”

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