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Barbara Perry Bind

160TH NEW YORK YACHT CLUB ANNUAL REGATTA PRESENTED BY ROLEX

In the pink

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Greenwich resident Jon Litt (Riverside Yacht Club) and his Andrews 68 Terrapin finished third in the ORR Navigators Class at the New York Yacht Club Annual Regatta presented by Rolex. The crew sailed with pink jerseys and hats, and Terrapin’s hull, when heeled, showed a pink bow painted on its hull, raising awareness for breast […] [Read More]
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Greenwich resident John Hayden had a great rookie season this as a freshman on the Yale hockey team.  Hayden played his freshman and sophomore seasons in prep school at Brunswick.

Eli’s coming!

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Greenwich native and Yale freshman John Hayden got off to a slow start for the Bulldog’s hockey team this year, but as the season progressed so did Hayden. The 6 foot, 3 inch, 210 lb. forward ended his first year of college hockey with 16 points, scoring three goals and adding 10 assists. Along the […] [Read More]
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Taxes

Help is here for tax filing!

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Free income tax assistance is available at Town Hall every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday through April 15 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Bring the following material: W-2s, 1099s, any paperwork related to income or expenses including real estate and automobile taxes paid, last year’s tax returns, both federal and state, and the amount of […] [Read More]
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You can make a difference!

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Interested in volunteering?   Nathaniel Witherell, Greenwich’s town-owned and operated skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility, is holding  an Open House for people who’d like to volunteer on Wednesday, April 9 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Come and meet  Volunteer Coordinator Sally Van Leeuwen and discover a variety […] [Read More]
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Want to be impressed?

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 ”Pasture to Pond: Connecticut Impressionism,” is on display at the Bruce Museum, One Museum Drive. Drawn from the permanent collection of the Bruce, private collectors, and area museums, the more than 25 works of American Impressionism include Connecticut’s important role in its creation. Want a tour guide program? Bring your cell phone along to the exhibit, which will be accompanied by […] [Read More]
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Relive the Revolution!

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An action-packed  “Revolutionary Days” event will be held by The Putnam Hill Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution at Putnam Cottage, 243 East Putnam Ave., this coming Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. Experience the life and times of soldiers during the American War for Independence. Boys and girls can enlist and drill with the Continental Army, […] [Read More]
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Annual AAA Four and Five Diamond Awards Luncheon

Yum! Thomas Henkelmann showered with diamonds

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Looking to dine out in style? For the tenth year in a row, The Homestead Inn and its dining room, Thomas Henkelmann, 420 Field Pont Road, were both awarded with AAA Four Diamond awards for world-class service, facilities and amenities. At a recent lunch at the Thomas Henkelmann, AAA Southern New England honored area Four […] [Read More]
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It’s Skatepark time!

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The Greenwich Skatepark at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park will open this coming Saturday, March 29, weather permitting. The park will be open on weekends from 12:30 to 6 p.m. and on weekdays from 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. The Greenwich Skatepark is a supervised park for youths 6 years of age and older. Annual memberships […] [Read More]
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Native American massacre in Cos Cob?

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Author, historian and Greenwich resident Missy Wolfe will give a talk on the Great Munsee Massacre of 1644. In a bitterly cold February of 1644, a force of 130 mercenary soldiers, under orders from Governor Kieft of New Amsterdam, arrived at Tomac Cove and began a fateful march in a northwesterly direction. This foray through […] [Read More]
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