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The Avon Theatre presents An Evening with Deborah Goodrich Royce

The Avon Theatre welcomes Deborah Goodrich Royce for an author talk and book signing on Wednesday, June 16, 2021 at 6:00pm. Deborah will be discussing her second novel RUBY FALLS. This special event continues with a film screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s REBECCA (1940) at 7:00pm. Books will be available for purchase at this event courtesy of Diane’s Books. Please call (203) 869-1515 to order a copy now. Continue Reading →

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Elizabeth Cook Peyton Announced as New Leader of Mothers for Others

Peyton’s background in the nonprofit sector includes tenures as the development director at the Port Chester Carver Center, president of the Junior League of Greenwich, and most recently as Principal at Peyton Consulting LLC, which provides strategic support to nonprofit organizations. Continue Reading →

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Vincent Graziano Wants You to Join “The Romeo Club.” It’s a Meal Readers Will Devour

Vincent Graziano has done it again. Having published his first work of fiction, Die Laughing, in 2009, and more recently The Family Jewels in 2018, the stand up comedian turned funeral parlor owner again borrows from memories of his youth in Little Italy and imagined scenarios only a funeral director could devise. Continue Reading →

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Vaccinations rates for Covid-19 are dropping. That is concerning.

“So what can alter our downward trajectory? This would be the COVID variants, the numbers of people in our area who choose not to mask or remain socially separated or to get vaccinated. As of yesterday, 36.6% of people in Connecticut were fully vaccinated and 53.5% have had one dose.” – Dr. Stephanie Paulmeno Continue Reading →

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Temple Sholom Volunteers Fill in the Blanks to Address Childhood Hunger

For Greenwich 7th grader Joshua Katz, selecting a mitzvah project for his Bar Mitzvah was not just about starting a life-long Jewish commitment to Tikkun Olam (repairing the world), but also an opportunity to develop a partnership between Temple Sholom and Filling in the Blanks, an organization that has grown close to his heart. Continue Reading →

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