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Author: Anne W. Semmes

Robin Hood Foundation founder Paul Tudor Jones lends a hand to a group of Lemonaid volunteers out to raise funds selling lemonade to help the needy of New York.

From Greenwich to Scarsdale – look for the Lemonaid!

The Lemonaid gang are at it again this weekend. This Saturday, there will be hundreds of them – kids, teens, families – scattered about the neighborhoods of Greenwich and Scarsdale, manning their
Greenwich native Will Duncan on retreat last year.

Greenwich native to share lessons learned in “Three Years of Silence”

On Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., in the Chapel of Christ Church Greenwich, Will Duncan of Greenwich will share “Five Lessons Learned in Deep Solitude.” Duncan began his spiritual journey at 13 when he met The
Area students viewing the art work of students at a previous iCreate exhibition at the Bruce Museum.

Bruce Museum to showcase area students work

From June 13 through July 26, expect to see the art work of area high school students at the Bruce Museum as it will showcase their work in its sixth annual iCreate art exhibition. Approximately 40
Greenwich volunteerChitra Ramcharandas has been honored with the Laurel House's

Greenwich volunteer Chitra Ramcharandas honored by Laurel House

Chitra Ramcharandas is known for her artistic gifts, her paintings, her jewelry and her generous nature. Those gifts have come to those affected by mental health disorders served by Laurel House by
Stuart Coan

Honoring Greenwich Vets on Memorial Day with their oral histories

On the eve of the true Memorial Day, May 30,  the Greenwich Library’s Oral History Project (OHP) brings the heart of the holiday into close focus with the spotlight on who some of our veterans were
The Pemberwick/Glenville Historic Rail-Bed-Trail Tour will include a visit to the site of the former American Felt Mill and Dam.

Greenwich 375th Anniversary Neighborhood Tours begin

Residents are being offered the opportunity to walk and/or minibus the history of the neighborhoods of Greenwich as a way to celebrate the town’s 375th anniversary. On Sunday there is an all-day
Purple Martins are migratory and come to Greenwich for the summer.

See Purple Martins on First Sunday Greenwich Bird Walk

The Purple Martin condominium unit of gourds is to be on the First Sunday Bird Walk at Greenwich Point, June 7,  sponsored by the Friends of Greenwich Point. Naturalist Mike Aurelia, who once headed
Greenwich resident Audrey Appleby uses her longtime dance and music specialties to unlock embedded memory in persons with Alzheimer's.

Documentary film on Greenwich woman with Alzheimer’s showing in New Haven

It’s called “Tiny Miracles – Awakening Memory and Emotion in an Alzheimer’s World,” produced by longtime dance and music specialist and Greenwich resident Audrey Appleby who uses her work as a dancer
The 1967 Ferrari P3/4 is the only one ever made.

Greenwich goes car-crazy with Concours d’ Elegance

A total of 250 wonders on wheels will be gracing the lawn of Roger Sherman Baldwin Park overlooking Greenwich Harbor on Saturday  and Sunday with some bought at the Bonhams Auction of rare and

Greenwich backcountry trespassers arrested

On Sunday evening at 6:55 p.m. Greenwich police were alerted to two “suspicious” looking persons, a male and a female walking near an abandoned property on the western end of Old Mill Road, reported