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Carol Dixon and Elisabeth Day listen in to the Greenwich Voices exhibit. - Photo courtesy of the Greenwich Historical Society

Historical Society shows off Greenwich Voices

It was a big night for The Greenwich Historical Society on April 21 when it held a member’s preview of its new exhibition, Greenwich Voices. This exhibition features anonymous voices from the community answering questions about life in 2015 Greenwich. Conceptual artists Karina Skvirsky and Liselot van der Heijden compiled answers from residents of all […] [Read More]

Greenwich’s ‘great estates’ on display

Starting Wednesday, Greenwich Historical Society will feature a new exhibit exploring the clothing, photographs and objects belonging to wealthy Greenwichites in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The exhibit, called Enjoying The Country Life: Greenwich’s Great Estates, will run through August. More info from the GHS website: “By 1921 Greenwich, Connecticut had the highest […] [Read More]

‘Willa Cather Slept Here’ topic of historical society talk

  In conjunction with the Greenwich Historical Society’s exhibition The New Spirit and the Cos Cob Art Colony: Before and After the Armory Show, lecturer Laura Winters will give a one-hour presentation from 1 to 2 p.m. Jan. 9,  on the influence that the period leading up to World War I had on Willa Cather […] [Read More]

Fall festival Sunday at Historical Society

Looking to reap some harvest-season fun this weekend? If so, consider the Greenwich Historical Society’s Fall Festival, which will be held Sunday from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The event will include crafts, a scavenger hunt in Bush-Holley House, music and free admission to the Storehouse Gallery exhibition, The New Spirit and The Cos Cob […] [Read More]