Join Pemberwick Glenville Association’s annual community event on Saturday, September 7, from 12:00 noon to 7:00pm to kick off Valley Jam 2019, at the Field at Western Greenwich Civic Center, 449 Pemberwick Road, Greenwich, CT 06831.
RSVP to Longo Realty Group’s “first look” launch event at The Bruce Park Greens, a new transit-oriented luxury townhouse development in downtown Greenwich. Expect live art, music, games, complimentary drinks and light bites. The event is Wednesday, August 21, 2019 from 4:30pm to 7:00pm.
The third annual Indian Summer Children’s Festival will include There will be live music on the lawn from J & the B Sides with sounds and dancing from DJ Dandis. Participating food vendors include BoxCar Cantina and Joey’s B’s. There will be music, beer and wine tasting in the Audubon’s Barn for those 21 and older. Continue Reading →
“This is not about engaging ‘in rhetoric that is meant to confuse and distract the public,’ as Mr. Kriskey fears, it is about an honest conversation about values and leadership.” – Sandy Litvack, Democratic Selectman, Greenwich Board of Selectmen Continue Reading →
“Triple P – public-private-partnerships – have made this community what it is today.The Greenwich Tree Conservancy is one of the most successful partnerships this Town has seen in some time.” – Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei Continue Reading →
“I knew it would not be a normal local Greenwich election this year when the first question from the media for Rep. Fred Camillo after his Republican Party endorsement for first selectman was will he vote for President Trump.” – Jack Kriskey, Chairman, Fred For First Campaign Continue Reading →
Swimmer’s Itch, also called cercarial dermatitis, appears as a skin rash caused by an allergic reaction to microscopic parasites that are released from snails into fresh and salt water (such as lakes, ponds and oceans). Continue Reading →
You know school is starting soon when the state announces “Tax Free Week.”
Per statute the 19th annual Tax Free Sales Week, which begins on the third Sunday of each August, is right around the corner. This is a great opportunity for some back-to-school shopping and to prepare for the fall season. Certain clothing and footwear items under $100 will be exempt from the state’s sale tax during this time. This year the week runs from Saturday, August 18th – Sunday, August 24th
The one-week event eliminates Connecticut’s 6.35% sales tax on clothing and footwear costing less than $100 per item. Tax Free Week was first enacted in 2000, and applies to most clothing and footwear purchases intended for everyday use. Continue Reading →