“Greenwich Braves the Shave” is the 18th St. Baldrick’s fundraiser organized by Kerry Gavin. Cicarelli, a Greenwich native and father of two Maverick players, Antonio (12) and Daniel (10), made a bet with his Junior team in the fall that he would shave his head if they won the championship. The event is March 14 at 6:00pm at Western Middle School.
“Do we want our town to reflect the charm and character of a New England residential community with a uniquely varied landscape of mature trees, hills, mossy rock ledge, and quaint buildings, or do we want a more modern, urban environment like White Plains with all its traffic and congestion? …I am afraid this project will yield basically treeless leveled lots with overpowering commercial buildings and garages on both sides of West Putnam Avenue, creating an unattractive glass and concrete canyon effect.” – Berrin Snyder, Greenwich
The shindig promises an incredible wine auction, boot stompin’ entertainment and a unique Southern barbecue menu designed especially for the event by Chef Phil Iannuccilli. All proceeds raised will help fund the award-winning shelter, counseling and community-based programs provided by Kids In Crisis. Continue Reading →
The Greenwich Tree Conservancy is thrilled to be bringing Peter Wohlleben, noted author of “The Hidden Life of Trees,” to the Greenwich Library Cole Auditorium at 7:00pm on Tuesday, March 12. Continue Reading →
“We encourage kids to not just follow a schedule, but to help push them to find creative ways to entertain themselves unplugged during free time,” – Sandpipers Co-Director Jenna Pelazza Continue Reading →