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Why Pride Matters, Perhaps More Than Ever

“Even in our own town, we’ve been privy to hate and ignorance targeting the LGBTQ community, including people trying to censor free speech and literature in our public libraries and schools, people hosting staunchly anti-LGBTQ elected officials from other states and funding their campaigns, and someone putting up hateful, anti-LGBTQ signs in the veil of night.” – Allison Hope Continue Reading →

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PHOTOS: Crowds Turn Out for Old Greenwich Memorial Day Parade 2024

On Monday the rain held off and the Old Greenwich Memorial Day parade was a cool affair with temps hovering around 65° for most of the morning. The parade featured members of the two political parties, police, fire and other emergency services workers, the OG Garden Club, Boy Scouts and of course the fleet of parents pedaling Dutch cargo bikes full of toddlers. Continue Reading →

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Your GFP Guide to Memorial Day Weekend Events Across Greenwich

This Memorial Day holiday weekend there are numerous events scheduled across town. Saturday, May 25

Saturday, May 25 at 10:30am, The Cos Cob VFW Post 10112 will hold a Memorial Day ceremony in the park on Strickland Road across from the Greenwich Historical Society. Sunday, May 26

The Byram Veterans annual Memorial Day Parade is set for Sunday, May 26 at 1:00 pm. The parade moves down Delavan Avenue, from the Byram Veterans Club to the Byram Shubert Library. On Sunday, May 26, the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company and 9th District Veterans Association parade will begin at 5:00pm in downtown Glenville. Continue Reading →

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