Connecticut State Archaeologist Nicholas Bellantoni.

Bruce Museum lecture on life, death, after life of a Lakota Sioux Indian

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This Thursday evening at 8 p.m., Connecticut State Archaeologist Nicholas Bellantoni, as guest of the Archaeological Associates of Greenwich (AAG), will tell the tale with slides of “The Long Journey Home for Albert Afraid of Hawk.” Bellantoni, who’s been excavating in Connecticut for over 30 years, will tell the tale of his participation in the exhumation, […] [Read More]
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Jessica Brockington of Greenwich is launching "Seven Trains Baking Collective."

Greenwich resident Jessica Brockington launches Seven Trains Baking Collective

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Greenwich resident Jessica Brockington is an environmentalist, a nature lover, and an entrepreneur. Think Jessica, think Green Drinks, think volunteering for the Alternative to Violence Project. Now think Jessica as a baker of bread. “I just launched the ‘Seven Trains Baking Collective’ a few weeks ago,” she says. “I had been thinking about it for […] [Read More]
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It’s Comedy Night Friday at Greenwich Library’s Cole Auditorium

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The world today is too much claw and bone so how about a little Comedy Night at the Cole Auditorium, Friday, Sept. 19, at the Greenwich Library (101 West Putnam Ave.) courtesy of Community Answers. They’ve got the right answer for these dark times! You can enjoy the best talent on the New York City comedy […] [Read More]
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Saint Paul Afterschool Program

St. Paul’s after-school program to begin Wednesday

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St. Paul Lutheran Church in Byram will begin its weekly Christian Education Program for preschool and school-age children on Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. The program will include an after-school snack, outdoor recreation, crafts, homework time and tutoring, Bible stories and advanced Biblical instruction for interested students. Registration is at the door. Families are encouraged to join their children at […] [Read More]
Odds Harp

Award-winning storyteller to perform in Greenwich

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Master Storyteller Odds Bodkin will present an hour-long family StoryBlast Concert at Round Hill Community Church, 395 Round Hill Rd., on Sunday, Sept. 21 at 4 p.m. Bodkin will tell three stories using different musical instruments and movie-like scores – creating a cinematic experience for the audience. His first story, “The Name of the Tree” […] [Read More]
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Puttin on the Dog

‘Puttin’ on the Dog’ in Greenwich

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Adopt-A-Dog will hold its 27th annual ‘Puttin’ on the Dog’ fundraiser this Sunday, Sept. 21, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park, 100 Arch St. The event will feature activities for dogs, their families and pet lovers; demonstrations, music and competitions. Contest categories include Aged to Perfection, for dogs 10 years […] [Read More]
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The new offices of the Greenwich Education Group's Collaborative Center for Learning and Development

Greenwich Education Group expands specialized learning services site

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The Greenwich Education Group’s (GEG) Collaborative Center for Learning and Development (“TCC”) has a new and expanded site at  78 Harvard Avenue in Stamford The larger facility of 2,500-square-feet was necessitated by student needs. TCC originally referred to Greenwich Education Group’s Specialized Learning Services (SLS), first founded in 2008 by a small team of dedicated cross- […] [Read More]
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Rev. Craig Stevens of Rye

Greenwich’s Men on Fire now Faith on Fire – kicks off Friday

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The Men on Fire group that meets on Friday mornings at the Christ Church Parish Hall in Greenwich has had a name change to Faith on Fire. “We have changed our name to reflect the importance of being more inclusive,” says Men on Fire founder Dick Rutledge, who is a member of Christ Church.” While […] [Read More]
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