The Town of Greenwich Shellfish Commission is hosting an afternoon of free family fun on Sunday, June 26 at “Experience the Sound!” at Greenwich Point. This is a really fun event. Even better, no reservations are required. The event is Free.
Board a boat at the yacht club docks (The Soundwaters Schooner, Greenwich Police Boat, and a clam boat). Check out Greenwich Community Sailing (sailing instruction, canoe rental and paddle boarding).
Explore the Bruce Museum Seaside Center, which will have its season opening. Enjoy a free raw bar with Atlantic Clam Farms and Hemlock Oysters. Learn about crew, scuba, fishing and clamming as well as environmental conservation with several community partners.
Check out Greenwich Free Press photos from last year’s Experience the Sound event!
The Friends of Greenwich Point are sponsoring an art show featuring drawings, paintings, and photographs of the Point. Many of the participating artists contributed work to the book Images of Greenwich Point. The artwork will not be for sale at the show. However, the artists will bring cards with their contact information. The Friends of Greenwich Point will also have a display of before and after photos of their Habitat Restoration Projects!
Steven Fong explained to a curious girl that the crab she found had a hold in its shell from where a seagull must have opened it. Credit: Leslie Yager
At Experience the Sound 2015, Bruce Museum seaside center pulled in a net full of Atlantic Silversides and one baby Flounder. Credit: Leslie Yager
This show is being sponsored as part of Experience the Sound (Sunday, June 26, 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.). Discover the many and varied activities living on or near the Sound provides. Learn about the organizations working to protect, preserve and improve Greenwich Point and the Long Island Sound. There will be over 35 exhibitors:
Seaside Center Opens
Tour SoundWaters Schooner
Discover water related activities
Learn about conservation efforts
Meet community partners
Free raw bar
Greenwich Point Art Show
Experience the Sound is presented by the Greenwich Shellfish Commission. No reservations are required. Free.