Complete Your Last-Minute Bucket List in Norwalk!

Complete Your Last-Minute Bucket List in Norwalk!

Even though Labor Day Weekend has come and gone – you still have time to take advantage of the great weather and check off some of your last minute Summer Bucket List items in Norwalk before the first fay of Fall on September 22nd

Enjoy some outdoor live music. 

Check out The Sono Collection’s Drive-In Rooftop concert series. Brought to you by The Wall Street Theater, get tickets to experience the thrill of live music with The Breakers (America’s Premier Tom Petty Tribute Band)  or Mullett, a band for Hair Band fanatics and lovers of Rock ‘n” Roll! This is the closest anyone can get to classic Van Halen, Def Leppard, Bon Jovi, Journey and Poison without hitting 88 mph in a tricked-out DeLorean.

Eat one last Lobster Roll paired with a sweet salt-water breeze.

Stop by Knot Norms, perfectly located at the mouth of the Norwalk River of the Long Island Sound. The menu consists of staples served up on a warm toasted New England hot dog bun and always fresh. With dishes full of locally sourced seafood, a fine assortment of craft beers, and wines, you will be hard-pressed to find a similarly authentic New England experience.

Pair your fitness routine with some fresh air. 

You’ll have all winter to workout inside, take advantage of the beautiful weather and get out for a run, hike or walk in our nearby trails , grab your mobile device and sign up for one of our virtual classes offered through our friends at Harbor Point, or join The Vital Stretch for a Free Stretch Class outside at Washington Green every Thursday.

Feel the sand between your toes. 

Get one last beach day in at Calf Pasture Beach and Shady Beach. Enjoy the ¾ of a mile of picturesque scenic coastline with gorgeous views paired with the Long Island Sound. Take a deep breath of that refreshing saltwater air and say goodbye to summer the right way. 

The summer may be coming to an end, but luckily North Seven is a community that where you can live, work, and play all year round!

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