Greenwich Land Trust and the Greenwich Tree Conservancy invite the public to celebrate Arbor Day, Thursday, April 26 at 2:00 pm with a tree planting ceremony at the newly established Heirloom Orchard at the Malkin Preserve.
The David Noble Theis Memorial College Scholarship was created to honor the late Honorable David Noble Theis, who was a passionate and patriotic resident of the Town of Greenwich. He expressed this passion and patriotism in several forms, whether it was by being a hard-working private citizen, a trust-worthy and positive friend, an intimate and selfless civil servant as Selectman of the Town of Greenwich, or by his membership in the Greenwich Masonic Lodge, Acacia No. 85.
Announcing the Bartlett Arboretum’s 2018 summer camp themes – unplugged and unparalleled. Eight fantastic themes to awaken the wild in you: Animal Tracking; Herbs, Potions & Concoctions; Raiders of the Lost Artifact; Park Rangers; Nature Detectives; Discover Garden to Table; Expedition Leadership; and Wilderness Survival. Continue Reading →
A motion to approve ten one-bedroom units in three buildings behind the Two Door Restaurant submitted under CT’s 830-g affordable housing statute failed to carry at Tuesday’s P&Z commission meeting. Continue Reading →
“Greenwich has become a caricature of the classic shortsighted miser who boasts always paying cash and never borrowing from a bank, but because of his myopic aversion to loans, drives a 30-year-old car that continually breaks down and who lives in a house with a leaky roof.” – Mike Warner Continue Reading →
Keynote speaker is Zeke Thomas, son of Detroit Pistons basketball legend Isiah Thomas, who will talk about coping with anxiety related to life’s stresses. The April 30 event coincides with Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Continue Reading →