The next Walnut Beach Art Stroll will be Thursday, Nov. 21, at Walnut Beach.

The event starts at 6 p.m. at the Firehouse Gallery, 81 Naugatuck Avenue with an opening reception of its final exhibit for the season, “Non-Themed.” There will be artwork submitted by local artists and judged by Milford artist Rick Senft. Cash prizes will be awarded for first, second and third place, with winners announced at 6:45 p.m.

Strollers can proceed to Sobobo, 42 Naugatuck Avenue, and meet November’s artist, Patricia Brundage, a photographer who captures “that moment in time.” There will be artwork by local artists, Judy Ruskin, Ed Steinerts, Sheila Pite, Harold Davis, Mariana Furtney, Allan Dudek and more as well as jewelry by Carlyne Labrecque, Sam Rawls, William Ahern, Claudio Altesor, Sally Ann Endelman, Laise and Anilese.

All artwork will be available for purchase.

Walnut Beach Creamery will offer samples of gourmet ice cream.

At Seaside Wine and Spirits, 38 Naugatuck Avenue, people can taste the spirits of the holidays.

Beach Gallery, 2 Broadway, will host a young photographer, Christopher Haley, whose surreal works are reminiscent of Dali. There will also be acoustic guitar music.

Scoot and Paddle, 28 Naugatuck Avenue, will be open, and people can make an off-season reservation for a kayak or bike rental, and more.

At Wild Expressions, 16 Broadway, Jennifer Harkey, owner of Creativimpulse, will be the guest. She melts glass from recycled wine, gin and vodka bottles, shaping and transforming the melted glass into jewelry and decorative art pieces.

Also at the stroll, there will be music by Tom Ferrara, and a chili contest. To enter, bring chili in a crock-pot. For more information on how to enter, contact Wild Expressions 203-882-WILD.

Taste & See, 17 Broadway, will have a variety of cupcakes on display and for sale.

A food drive will be part of this month’s art stroll. Donations can be dropped off at businesses taking part.