Bruce Museum

Greenwich’s Bruce Museum and waterfront Delamar Hotel offering package deal

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They say good things come in threes: a blockbuster show to see at the Bruce Museum, an overnight stay at the neighboring waterfront Delamar Hotel available with an enticing package price made possible with $20,000 Marketing Challenge Grant awarded to the Bruce from the Connecticut Office of Tourism, entitled “Connecticut Still Revolutionary Culture Seekers.” So […] [Read More]
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One of the many hawks released at the end of each Hawk Festival day to go back to the wild!

Great Greenwich Hawk Watch Festival this weekend at Audubon

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It’s the 16th annual “Hawk Festival & Green Bazaar” this weekend at Audubon Greenwich, at 613 Riversville Road, and all eyes will be on the skies as the hawks of so many varieties sail over Quaker Ridge on their way south to warmer climes. Come at 11 and still till 5 p.m. to enjoy live […] [Read More]
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A hot air balloon ride is waiting for you and yours at Go Wild.

Greenwich Land Trust’s Go Wild returns this Sunday

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It’s the Greenwich Land Trust’s 5th Annual Family Field Day of fun and hot air ballooning this coming Sunday, Sept. 28 at the Greenwich Polo Field on North Street. The hours are 3 to 6 p.m. Get there early for that hot air balloon ride, for a ride on the Mechanical Bull, a walk through […] [Read More]
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The Gateway Tree, a one time winner of the Awesome Tree Contest.

Take your pick now for Greenwich’s Awesome Tree Contest

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The Greenwich Tree Conservancy is sounding out the alert for its annual Awesome Tree  Contest. Before our trees lose their leaves, look around in search of special trees, on either private or public properties. Then, take a photo of it, with your digital camera or iphone. See if that special tree meets any of four Contest […] [Read More]
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Greenwich Town Hall is now on Facebook.

Greenwich’s new Facebook page alerts parents on children’s virus

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The Town of Greenwich is now on Facebook, and featured is the news of a confirmed case in Connecticut of Enterovirus D68, a severe respiratory illness among young children. One child was hospitalized, recovered and discharged. The report comes from state official confirmed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Parents and health care […] [Read More]
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Greenwich teachers union president talks time management, teacher observations

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At the Board of Education meeting last Thursday, Carol Sutton, president of the Greenwich Education Association, the district’s teachers union, addressed the board. Her comments focused on teachers’ time management and classroom observations of teachers. SUTTON: “On behalf of [GEA] members, the negotiations team and the GEA executive board, thank you for working with us […] [Read More]
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The latest from Greenwich High’s student government leaders

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At the Board of Education meeting last Thursday, Greenwich High School senior class president Julia Bunte-Mein and student body president Blake Reinken gave updates about key student government initiatives. Here are their comments. BUNTE-MEIN: “One issue that student government recently became aware of is the overcrowding of buses. One particular bus, bus 8, seems to […] [Read More]

Stanwich School celebrates opening of pre-K and Kindergarten center

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Upon starting the new school year, the Stanwich School has celebrated a milestone this month: the opening of Wildwood Cottage, the pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten center at its Stanwich Road campus. Thirty-five students are enrolled at Wildwood this year. Wildwood was unveiled Sept. 5 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Laura Dianis, Stanwich’s director of communications, provided this […] [Read More]